Primark’s sold out £30 bar cart is back in stores this weekend

Primark’s famous bar cart is coming back into stores this weekend – and it will only set you back £30.

The gold, vintage inspired bar cart is circular in shape and first made an appearance last November.

With it being on wheels, it makes it much easier to manoeuvre around the house. It also has two shelves so plenty of storage space for glasses, bottles and mixers. Just add the cocktail shaker.

Not only is its appearance attractive but the price tag too – a snip at just £30.

That’s £169 cheaper than the Halo Drinks Trolly from Atkin and Thyme and £365 cheaper than than the Luxe Round Bamboo Gold Drinks Trolley Bar Cart from Oliver Bonas which both look very similar to Primark's version.

Picture this stunning solid gold beauty in your living room or kitchen, storing all your precious beverages on.

This would even look gorgeous in your bedroom – fresh flowers, candles and maybe storage boxes of beauty bits delicately placed on the shelves.


  • Primark are selling new bridal range in their stores – and women are loving it

  • Primark insider secrets – from when to shop to the book of banned customers in stores

Primark originally announced it’s arrival on Instagram back in November and warned it would sell out fast and boy, did it.

The post read: “Make yourself the talk of party season when you wheel one of these bad boys in. And all for just £30/€35!! Swipe right to see where you can get your hands on the bar cart that everyone’s been talking about.”

“Due to popularity of product, we recommend calling your local store ahead of your visit for updates on stock availability.”

So if you missed out last time, make sure you head in store fast – you've been warned.

What Primark stores are stocking the bar cart:

  • Belfast Donegal
  • Bromley
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle    
  • Bristol
  • London Oxford Street West
  • London Oxford Street East
  • Glasgow
  • Liverpool
  • Leeds
  • Manchester
  • Cardiff New
  • Birmingham

We’ll see you in the Primark queue then?

Source: Read Full Article