Due to the pandemic, supermarkets in the UK are facing a major impact. At first, they had to deal with panic buying which exhausted almost all the essentials. Now, the continued lockdown is only making them brace for changes in the buying habits of the people. Since Easter is around the corner, these supermarkets are introducing priority hours and specific times to cope with the inflow of customers. There are still queues forming outside the supermarkets, and there is a demand for specific goods.
The Easter Holiday hours for the top supermarkets in the UK are as follows:
Tesco will close down all its stores at 10 pm across the UK. Metros and Tesco Extra Superstores will remain closed the entire Easter Sunday. The express stores will stay open as the usual Sunday hour but there might be variations of the opening time from one store to another. On Easter Monday, the Tesco supermarkets will stay open from 8 am to 6 pm while Express stores will follow the normal timing.
Asda supermarkets will remain shuttered on Easter Sunday but will stay open from 8 am to 8 pm on Easter Monday.
The main supermarkets of Sainsbury will not open on Easter Sunday. Local stores will be open as per standard hours on Sunday, but timings can vary from one store to another. Supermarkets in Sainsbury will operate from 8 am-8 pm on Easter Monday with the local stores following the usual timing.
Stores will remain closed throughout the UK on Easter Sunday but will remain open from 8am-8pm on Easter Monday.
On Easter Sunday, supermarkets of Aldi will stay shut but on Easter Monday, it will stay open from 8 am-8 pm.
On Easter Sunday and Money, Co-op stores will stay open but individual store timing can vary.
Morrisons stores will stay shut on Easter Sunday. On Easter Monday, they will open for the 8 am-8 pm time slot.