Aldi’s new supermarket opening hours bring key changes to stores


The economic supermarket Aldi has confirmed that it is changing its opening hours from today.

The news was originally announced by retail CEO Giles Hurley last week, where he also detailed other changes that are also in place as of today.

The majority of Aldi stores will now be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., which includes its Bootle, Netherton and Old Swan stores. You can find your nearest store here.

Due to longer opening hours and the fact that customers now have more time to shop, they are encouraged to make the most of the time and shop later in the day when stores tend to be more calm.

Giles Hurley, CEO of Aldi, said, “Our shelves are now well stocked throughout the day, so there is no need to visit stores in the morning.

“In fact, starting Tuesday, April 14, we will extend our hours of operation in almost all of our stores so that you can shop until 10 pm Monday through Saturday when our stores are quieter. Normal Sunday business hours remain in place. “

Starting today, Aldi is also extending priority shopping time for emergency workers, which will now include all groups eligible for a Blue Light card, such as social workers, first responders and staff from the ambulance in St John’s.

These groups, along with the NHS, police and firefighters, will have exclusive access to stores 30 minutes before the normal Sunday opening.

In addition, they will continue to have priority access to stores 24 hours a day.

Yesterday, Aldi also removed all of its product restrictions. Aldi says he was able to remove them thanks to the conscious customers of what they buy and to his hard-working suppliers and staff.


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