ALDI is extending its opening hours on a Sunday so shoppers can pick up Euros and heatwave supplies
Aldi stores are set to open half an hour early from this Sunday, ahead of England’s Euro 2020 match against Croatia.
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After that stores across England and Wales will continue to open earlier than usual for browsing every Sunday, to give football fans more time to stock up on food during the rest of the Euros.
The early opening time over the weekend will carry on throughout the summer to also give shoppers a chance to visit their local store at a quieter and somewhat cooler time too.
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It doesn’t apply to stores in Scotland though as they will continue to open at 8am as usual.
Richard Thornton, communications director at Aldi UK, said: “We can’t wait for the football to kick off this weekend and want to help our customers enjoy the tournament as much as possible.”