So far this week we've witnessed massive queues outside both Ikea and McDonalds but the biggest queues could come when high street giant Primark reopens its doors.
Following the Government's announcement last month, non-essential stores are allowed to reopen from June 15 and this includes Primark.
On Monday, owner of the Primark brand, Associated British Foods (ABF), said that it expects to have reopened 281 of its stores by that date, having already reopened 112 of its sites across mainland Europe.
In a statement, the company said: "As European governments have begun to ease restrictions on clothing retailing we have been able to reopen stores.
"Safety has been our highest priority in our detailed preparations to welcome our customers and employees back to stores. We are following government safety advice in all markets.
"Importantly, we will apply the valuable experience gained from more than 100 stores which are already open as we open the remainder of our estate, including stores across the UK.
"Social distancing protocols, hand sanitiser stations, perspex screens at tills and additional cleaning of high frequency touch points in the store are among the measures we are implementing."
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The retailer said trading has been "reassuring and encouraging" in its recently reopened stores, with queues outside most sites.
However if you want to avoid these queues, there are ways you can buy Primark products online through third-party companies.
Primark on eBay
One of the main places you can expect to find Primark products online is trading online store eBay.
The minute there is a surge of shoppers wanting to get their hands on the latest popular product sellers take to eBay to list the items, often at inflated prices.
Currently you can find its clothing and even its perfumes online.
Primark at ASOS
Previously online store ASOS Marketplace listed Primark items as part of a collaboration between the stores.
Primark at Amazon
Amazon also continues to stock some Primark essentials - with the page being packed with men's, children's and women's clothing.
Once on Amazon's website if you search 'Primark' a whole range of homeware products and pyjamas comes up and even some clothing by its instore brand Atomsphere.
We've found many of the retailer's Disney ranges are on there too including its Christmas baubles, and beauty products are available as well.
However it is worth noting that Primark does not have a “commercial relationship” with Amazon so any items are being sold through a third party.
Primark posted a statement about its products on Amazon on its Facebook page saying: "We do not have a commercial partnership with Amazon and any Primark products which appear on the site are being re-sold by third parties, at higher prices. We encourage our customers to visit us in our stores to find the best value."