Sainsbury's August bank holiday 2023 opening times: What time are stores open? | The Sun

SAINSBURY'S shoppers will be keen to know the supermarket's opening hours over the may bank holiday.

The vast majority of the supermarket giant's larger stores will be open as usual on August 28.

However, customers are urged to check their nearest branch's opening hours as they can vary.

To find your nearest store's specific opening hours, you can use the locator tool on Sainsbury's website.

Is Sainsbury's open over the bank holiday?

You will most likely find your nearest Sainsbury's store's opening hours are slightly different to normal on August 28.

But it's best to check ahead by using the retailer's store locator on its website.

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You just have to type in your town or postcode and it will show your closest store's hours.

Are shops closed on the bank holidays?

Retailers' opening hours vary so it's worth checking for each specific branch.

Most supermarkets and large high street chains have store locators on their website which you can use to find the opening hours for your nearest store.

In most cases you just have to enter your postcode into the search bar and it will tell you what time that store is open and closed.

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There are plenty of bank holidays throughout 2023 – here' are the remaining ones:

  • August 28, 2023 – Summer bank holiday
  • December 25, 2023 – Christmas Day
  • December 26, 2023 – Boxing Day

What are other businesses doing?

Most businesses – including shops, attractions and restaurants, will remain open across the bank holiday.

Supermarkets, department stores and smaller retailers will have their doors open, but times may change.

Most retailers will have their opening times listed on their websites, so make sure to check before heading out.

The opening times of stores generally vary depending on the location and size of the store.

Public transport timings also vary on a bank holiday weekend, so ensure you check the timetables to avoid any travel troubles.

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