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Aldi is changing its opening hours this summer Sunday to match the euro

Supermarket chain Aldi has confirmed that it will change Sunday shopping hours to match the euro.

Discount stores want more time for shoppers to pick up food and drink during an iconic football tournament.

Shoppers also have the opportunity to visit local stores during quiet times.

Starting this Sunday, which coincides with England’s match against Croatia, the England and Wales stores will open 30 minutes earlier than usual.

Aldi told Miller that Sunday business hours vary from store to store, but most are open at 10 am.

Therefore, if it normally opens at 10am, it will open from this Sunday at 9:30 am.

However, you cannot go to checkout for more than 30 minutes as it is for viewing purposes only.

Euro starts this weekend

The shop also closes at normal times (4 pm or 5 pm).

According to Aldi, the new opening rules will be maintained throughout the summer and no exact end date has been set by the supermarket.

The Scottish Aldi Store will be open as usual at 8am on Sundays in accordance with Scottish Sunday Trading regulations.

You can find your local Aldi business hours by entering your zip code on it Store finder tool Web page.

Other supermarkets have not announced changes in business hours. This means that for Tesco, Morrisons, Asda, or Sainsbury shoppers, the local store will be open as usual on Sundays.

Richard Thornton, Communications Director at Aldi UK, said:

“Opening early gives fans more time to stock up on the high-quality Aldi bargains they need to enjoy football.”

The change in business hours will be as follows Aldi launches its own Euro England and Wales kit, Prices start at just £ 2.99.

so Coronavirus Due to the delay of Euro 2020 last year, the huge football event has been postponed to this year and both England and Wales have been qualified for the tournament.



Aldi is changing its opening hours this summer Sunday to match the euro

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