Aldi has revealed when its stores will be open over the festive period.
In the run-up to Christmas, Aldi are extending their opening hours, providing more time to pick up last-minute food and presents before the big day.
Stores will also be opening until 6pm on Christmas Eve, but customers should check local store details online to avoid disappointment.
Aldi will close its stores as usual on Christmas Day, and will once again keep all stores shut on Boxing Day as a thank you to colleagues and in recognition of their hard work throughout the year. The supermarket has always remained closed on Boxing Day, ever since opening in the UK over 30 years ago.
The majority of stores will also be open from 8am until 8pm in between Christmas and New Year, and until 6pm on New Year’s Eve to help shoppers get everything they need to ring in 2022.
Aldi has everything customers need to make this Christmas and New Year unforgettable, thanks to its award-winning range of delicious food and drink, and an array of gifts for all the family. Details of Aldi’s amazing Christmas range can be found
The supermarket also offers a Click and Collect service in over 200 stores, meaning thousands of shoppers across the UK will be able to get quality Aldi groceries online at unbeatable prices in time for Christmas. Shoppers will be able to choose from a range of grocery items online here, then drive to their local store where their shopping is brought to their car by Aldi colleagues contact-free. Pre-order slots for Christmas will be revealed soon.
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Aldi Scotland has shared three recipes to showcase the versatility of the Christmas dinner staple that is often left behind on our plates
Aldi Scotland has created three tantalising recipes that will leave the boiled, mushy brussels sprouts of our youth with a lot to answer for.
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