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I don't understand you.
Just over £26 pounds each
Primark is a subsidiary of Associated British Foods (ABF) and is not listed separately on the Stock Market.

ABF shares closed today at £23.75, having risen £1.25 today. The share price has varied between £20.00 and £26.50 in the last twelve months.
I assume that we're being asked for a share price (but I wouldn't like to guarantee it!)

You can't buy shares in Primark, per se. It's part of Associated British Foods. Their share price can be viewed in the Stock Exchange website:
https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/stocks/summary/company-summary/GB0006731235GBGBXSET1.html
(The figures are in pence).

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