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Primark's £10 T-shirts are so popular, they're being sold for £150 on eBay. The high street giant operates the world's largest branch right here in Birmingham.

Primark's new Hellfire Club raglan tees - based on the Dungeons and Dragons club in Stranger Things season 4 - have become wildly popular. Despite retailing at £10, they are being sold for £150 on eBay.

The tees are worn by Eddie Munson, Mike Wheeler and co during the fourth series. The Netflix behemoth debuted two weeks ago, and returns for two more episodes in volume 2 in July.

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According to the listing: "From a smoke-free, pet-free home. This has been packed and stored ready for delivery. Will be posted first class recorded delivery. Sold out in the store and no restock as advised. This is sold in the men's department so sizing is men's sizing."

It comes after Primark fans took to social media to moan they couldn't spot the Hellfire Club tees anywhere. There's still a few weeks left before season four culminates, though, guys.

(Image: Primark)

The final episodes are due to run at feature length, with episode 408 running one hour 25 minutes and 409 running at two hours and 19 minutes. Sharing the trailer online, series star David Harbour posted: "Y'all aren't ready. Wait, you've binged it all, haven't you. We gave you 7 episodes and you already binged them all didn't you?

"Ok, then, you're sorta ready. See ya July one for the epic finale."

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Primark £10 T-shirts now so popular they're selling for £150 on eBay - Birmingham Live
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