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Asda May Bank Holiday 2021 opening times: What time are stores open on Monday?


ASDA stores are open over the Bank Holiday weekend but some stores may be operating with reduced hours.

We explain how to check your local store time.

Store opening times can vary at Asda so you'll have to double check your local one

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Store opening times can vary at Asda so you’ll have to double check your local oneCredit: Alamy

When is Asda open over the early May bank holiday?

Asda has said opening hours vary for each store, but you can find the opening times of your nearest store by using the online store locator.

On Monday the hours will be 8am to 8pm, but don’t forget to check with the store locator for your nearest Asda just in case!

From Tuesday, opening hours will return to their usual timings which will be from 7am to 12am in various stores, and some are even open 24 hours.

Is Asda delivering over the bank holiday?

Asda is conducting delivery services over the bank holiday weekend.

You can book delivery slots up to a day before you want your groceries brought to your door and the slots can range from £3 to £4.50 depending on the time of day you go for.

If you’re in a rush though, you can browse groceries online, add them to your basket and pick them up same day if a click and collect option is available for you.

There’s a £3 charge on delivery orders under £40 and the same for click and collect orders under £25.00.

When are the bank holiday dates for 2021?

Here is the full list of upcoming 2021 bank holidays in England and Wales.

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Dates in Scotland and Northern Ireland vary.

  • Monday, May 31 (Spring Bank Holiday)
  • Monday, August 30 (Summer Bank Holiday)
  • Saturday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
  • Sunday, December 26 (Boxing Day)

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