May Day Bank Holiday 2021 Supermarket Opening Time

The first of the May Bank holidays is here, and we can not be excited. Now we can welcome up to six friends or family, set to be a nice one this weekend.

If you forget that this weekend is really a bank holiday, don’t be afraid if your fridge is a little empty, as all the major supermarkets will be open this weekend and on Mondays – with slightly reduced trading hours.

So if you need some picnic nipples, ice for those important beacons or some BBQ meats – your favorite supermarket will be open for everything you need.

To make sure you are not empty and hungry, we have put together a complete list of start times below for all major supermarkets.

If you’re interested in blocking some DIY and home improvements this weekend, we also have our list when you open your local wikis, B&Q, Arcos and more. You can find that information here.

Supermarket opening time

Morrisons


Morrisons Bank Holiday Opening Hours:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK are normally open from 7am to 8pm.

You can check your local Morrison start times with the online store finder tool, Here.

Sainsbury’s

Sainsbury’s Bank Holiday Opening Hours:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK are normally open from 8am to 8pm.

You can check the opening hours of your local Sainsbury’s with the online store finder tool, Here.

Asta

Asta Bank Holiday Opening Hours:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK will be open, but times will vary due to store size.

You can check the start times of your local Asta with the online store finder tool, Here.

Waitrose

People line up outside the Waitros supermarket in Harrow, London

Vaitros Bank Holiday Start Time:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK are normally open from 10am to 7pm.

You can check the start times of your local waitress with the online store finder tool, Here.

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Alti

Alti Bank Holiday Start Time:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK are normally open from 8am to 8pm.

You can check the start times of your local Aldi with the online store finder tool, Here.

Little

General view of a Little store in Dublin

Little Bank Holiday Start Time:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK are normally open from 8am to 8pm.

You can check your local Little ‘start times with the online store finder tool, Here.

Iceland


Icelandic bank holiday start time:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK will be open, but opening hours will vary by branch

You can check your local Iceland start times with the online store finder tool, Here.

Tesco

Tesco Bank Holiday Opening Hours:

  • Saturday May 1 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • Sunday, May 2 – Normal opening hours for all UK stores
  • On Monday, May 3, all stores in the UK will be normally open from 9am to 8pm.

You can check your local Tesco start times with the online store finder tool, Here.

Do you have any exciting plans for this bank holiday weekend? Let us know what you get in the comments box.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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