ALDI stores across the UK will remain open during this bank holiday weekend, but shoppers should expect slightly different opening hours.
We explain all you need to know if you need to pick up some essentials at the discounter.
What time is Aldi open over the bank holiday weekend?
Aldi hasn’t yet confirmed its opening hours for this bank holiday weekend, but we expect them to be similar to the last bank holiday on May 8.
At the time, the stores were open from 8am to 8pm on the bank holiday Friday, so we reckon they’ll be the same this Monday, May 25.
Its shops were then open from 8am till 10pm on Saturday, and from 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
Aldi usually opens half an hour early for vulnerable and elderly customers Monday to Saturday and this also applied during the bank holiday.
Closing times can vary from shop to shop though, so it’s always important to check your local branch.
You can do this by using the store finder on Aldi’s website.
On April 14, Aldi extended its opening hours so shoppers can nab groceries until 10pm Monday to Saturday during normal weeks.
Does Aldi offer online delivery?
Yes, Aldi’s online delivery service is currently running as normal, although it only sells non-food items on its website.
Due to increased demand, the timeframe for deliveries has also been delayed in some areas so make sure you double-check this in advance.
A standard delivery is free for orders over £20 and costs from £2.95 for orders under £20.
When are the bank holiday dates for 2020?
Here is the full list of upcoming 2020 bank holidays in England and Wales.
Dates in Scotland and Northern Ireland vary.
- Monday, August 31 (Summer Bank Holiday)
- Friday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
- Monday, December 28 (substitute Boxing Day)
Several shops are reopening branches for the bank holiday including Furniture Village, Poundland, and Ikea.
Changes to pubs and restaurants have also been announced, in preparation for them to reopen.
While fast food chains, including McDonald’s have also started reopening.