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Saturday 14th December 2019

Primark is selling festive Mickey Mouse rugs and matching bedding

There is a whole range of Mickey-themed products available

With Christmas just around the corner, the big supermarket chains are pumping out plenty of festive-themed products.

Primark has good news for Disney-loving customers on the hunt for Christmas presents: it's selling not only furry Mickey Mouse rugs, but also matching Mickey bedding.

The clothing and home goods chain is known for its bargains, and it looks as though it has products that will make fans of the iconic animated character want to rush out and buy.

The company featured the products on its Instagram feed, and captioned the image: "Just what your clubhouse has been calling out for."

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The furry rug, which comes in the shape of Mickey's instantly-recognisable head and ears, costs £12.

One excited shopper commented on social media: "Can't wait to get this for my daughter's bedroom!"

Can't wait to get this!

The duvet and pillowcase set - which costs £14 - is a full-on festive treat, featuring Mickey and Minnie putting presents under their tree.

But that's not all. The store has also launched two sets of Mickey and Minnie Mouse pyjamas.

Mickey and Minnie PJs are also available (Credit: Primark)

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The sets - which retail at £13 per pair - feature Mickey on a blue design and Minnie with the caption 'The Real Boss' beneath her.

It's a busy time of year for Disney right now, with the follow-up to animated hit Frozen being released in cinemas.

And in a marriage seemingly made in frozen food heaven, supermarket chain Iceland has announced that it will be selling a new range of products based on the film.

With prices starting at just £1, the range includes everything from Olaf-shaped potato shapes to Frozen-themed lollies.

Iceland has a range of Frozen II-themed food to buy (Credit: Iceland)

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