Home Bargains Introduces New Coronavirus Lockout Rules For Buyers


Home Bargains has introduced new rules for buyers as part of the coronavirus lockdown.

The discount store chain, which sells everything from furniture to food, remained open during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The channel is currently enforcing a customer limit, with buyers asked to wait outside once the limit is reached.

By respecting the limit, this means that each client can stand at a distance of two meters from each other – in accordance with government guidelines on social distancing.

And now, in the seventh week of the government lockout, Home Bargains has advised its customers to shop alone.

Signs at the entrance to stores indicate that only one family member per household is allowed inside – similar to the rules in effect at Sainsbury’s stores.

There are a multitude of Home Bargains stores in Scotland, with branches in Cumbernauld, Falkirk, Stirling, Perth, Tillicoultry, Airdrie, Kilsyth, Milngavie, Bishopbriggs, Dunfermline, Fort William, Clydebank, Greenock, and a number in Glasgow.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here