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SUPERMARKET opening times are slightly different over the bank holiday weekend.
But if you need to stock up on supplies, we explain everything you need to know.
Aldi has confirmed its May Bank Holiday shopping hours for this weekendCredit: PA:Press Association
It’s worth checking shopping hours over the weekend and on bank holiday Monday itself (on May 31) so you’re not caught out.
Opening times will vary between stores.
Aldi opening times
Aldi is keeping its doors open over the bank holiday, although opening hours have been reduced slightly.
On the bank holiday Monday, it will open from 8am and close two hours early at 8pm.
Times in Scotland can vary so it’s best to check with the store locator tool that Aldi provides to be on the safe side.
But you can use its store finder tool to double-check opening times for your nearest branch.
Aldi has around 900 shops in the UK. Here’s when you can expect them to be open:
- Saturday May 29: 8am – 10pm
- Sunday May 30: 10am – 4pm
- Monday May 31: 8am until 8pm
Asda opening times
Asda opening times over Bank Holiday Monday are different from the usual opening hoursCredit: AFP
Asda has more than 600 shops in the UK.
Some stores run 24 hours but it’s unclear whether this will be the case over the bank holiday weekend.
The majority of Asda stores will be open:
- Saturday May 29: 7am – 10pm
- Sunday May 30: 10am -4pm
- Monday May 31: 8am – 8pm
But don’t forget to check with the store locator for your nearest Asda just in case.
Co-op opening times
Co-op opening times may vary to its regular hours over the bank holiday weekendCredit: Alamy
The Co-op also hasn’t published its opening times for the bank holiday weekend.
We’ve checked a few branches using its store opening times tool online to give you an idea of what to expect.
It appears its shops will be open over bank holiday Monday and run like Sunday hours.
The Co-op has more than 2,000 stores in the UK.
- Monday May 31: 10am – 4pm
Iceland opening times
Here’s when you can shop at Iceland over the long weekendCredit: Getty – Contributor
Iceland is definitely keeping its doors open this bank holiday Monday.
The supermarket hasn’t confirmed exactly when it will be opening over the long weekend.
But you can check its locator tool to know if your nearest branch is closing any earlier than normal.
Iceland has over 900 shops in the UK.
- Monday May 31: 8am or 9am and shut between 6pm and 9pm
Lidl opening times
Lidl will shut early on Bank Holiday MondayCredit: Alamy
Lidl will be closing two hours earlier than it usually does at 8pm on bank holiday Monday.
The supermarket has around 800 shops in the UK.
You can use its store finder tool to find out where your nearest branch is.
M&S opening times
Here is when M&S shoppers can browse stores this weekendCredit: Alamy
While some stores are shutting early, M&S is giving shoppers more time to shop over the long weekend.
In some stores, shops are opening for an extra hour on Bank Holiday Monday.
So instead of opening at 8am on the weekends, it will still open at its usual time of 7am.
Not all stores are extending opening hours though – it’s best to check using the M&S opening times tool to see when your nearest is open.
M&S has more than 1,000 shops in the UK.
Morrisons opening times
Morrisons opening times could be different this weekendCredit: PA
Morrisons opening times over the Bank Holiday could vary across the country.
When we checked opening times for stores using Morrisons’ locator tool, it didn’t look like times were set to change much.
Stores usually open from around 6am to 11pm on a typical weekday or Saturday.
Again, it’s best to check ahead with your local store to see if there are any changes.
There are around 500 Morrisons in the UK.
- Monday May 31: 6am – 11pm
Sainsbury’s opening times
Here’s what Sainsbury’s shoppers need to know ahead of this weekendCredit: Alamy
Sainsbury’s opening hours this Monday could be different to what they usually are for some stores.
Stores usually close around 11pm on a regular weekday.
But on Bank Holiday Monday, most larger stores will only be open from 7am to around 9pm.
This means you’ll have, on average, three hours less time to shop.
Check the Sainsbury’s opening times page on its website for your nearest branch.
The supermarket has 600 supermarkets and 800 convenience stores.
- Monday May 31: 7am – 9pm (larger stores) or 7am – 11pm (convenience stores)
Tesco opening times
Tesco opening times for the Bank Holiday are explained belowCredit: Alamy
Most Tesco stores are operating slightly reduced hours over Bank Holiday Monday.
Opening times are typically 6am to 11pm or midnight.
But on Bank Holiday Monday, most Tesco stores will be open 8am to 6pm.
You can use its store finder to see when your nearest is open.
There are just shy of 4,000 Tesco branches in the UK.
- Monday May 31: 8am – 6pm.
Waitrose opening times
Waitrose shoppers can still shop over the long weekendCredit: Alamy
On Bank Holiday Monday, Waitrose will be closing at 7pm, giving shoppers two hours less time to shop in the evening.
The store is also opening an hour later than usual at 8am, so still ok for all you early risers!
Use its shop finder tool to check exactly when your store is open.
There are just under 400 Waitrose shops in the UK.
Waitrose topped the charts in the veggie category of Good Housekeeping’s BBQ taste test this year.
We’ve also tested oven chips from the store as well as including Aldi, M&S and Aunt Bessies to see which ones are best.
And we can tell you how to get almost £600 worth of food for free using Healthy Start vouchers.