are Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Aldi open today?

SUPERMARKET opening times could be affected by the Easter Bank Holiday.

We reveal which supermarkets are open on Easter Monday.

Supermarkets often change opening hours on bank holidays – check before visitingCredit: Getty

This year, Easter Monday is today (April 18), and the Bank Holiday means some supermarkets will be operating with different trading hours.

Supermarkets usually open as normal on Good Friday and the Saturday of the Bank Holiday.

Most big supermarkets were closed yesterday on Easter Sunday and have different opening hours on Easter Monday, too.

Make sure you double check opening hours before leaving home to avoid a wasted journey.

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Here’s which supermarkets will be closed today, and over the rest of the Easter break.


Tesco closed all of its large stores yesterday but will reopen them today.

On Easter Monday, opening hours will vary depending on location and store type.

So customers should check local branches using its locator to be sure.

Tesco Express stores will remain open throughout the Easter weekend, as will Scottish stores.


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Morrisons told us that the majority of its branches will be open Easter Monday between 7am and 8pm, with the exception of a few that will be open until 10pm.

You can find your local store with this locator to check the specifics.


Large Co-op stores were closed on Easter Sunday, with Co-op convenience stores operating usual hours.

The shops will reopen from today.

Co-op opening hours can vary, but they typically range from 7am to 11pm.

The Co-op also has a store locator that is worth checking beforehand.


As with previous years, Aldi shops closed on Easter Sunday but are back open until 8pm today.

Aldi shoppers can visit between 8am and 10pm normally.

The opening times of some stores may vary, so customers should check details on Aldi’s website before making a trip.


Large Sainsbury’s shops are typically open between 7am and 11pm and the supermarket confirmed it will be open as normal on Easter Monday.

It’s always a good idea to check Sainsbury’s store locator for the latest details though.


Most Waitrose stores will be open between 8am to 8pm today with some Little Waitrose shops opening from 6am to midnight.

Use the branch finder to be certain before you head out.


On Easter Monday M&S stores will operate as normal, but a small number may have slightly reduced hours.

Customers can browse between 7am and 8pm on normal weekdays.

You can find out nearer the time using the store searcher.

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Opening times vary at Lidl stores across the Easter weekend, so it’s best to check your nearest store hours via the online locator.


Those with a Costco membership can expect to shop between 10am to 6pm on Easter Monday.

Specific warehouse opening hours and locations can be found at Costco’s website.

Asda and Iceland

The Sun has asked these supermarkets when it will be opening over the Easter period, and we will update this article when we hear back.

Though last April, standard opening times remained in place for Good Friday, the Saturday, and Easter Monday.

Based on previous year’s Easter opening hours, all Asda stores will be back open on Easter Monday between 8am and 8pm.

You should find details about your local branch on its website.

Based on Iceland‘s 2021 Easter hours for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, stores are likely to be back open today.

Depending on the location, freezer fans can typically visit Iceland between 8am and 11pm throughout the week.

Meanwhile, flatpack furniture fans should be aware of these Ikea store closures.

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