Lidl Queen's Jubilee Bank Holiday 2022 opening times: What time are stores open today?06/01/2022
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THE Queen's Jubilee Bank Holiday is fast approaching, and some supermarkets are changing their opening hours – here's what's happening at Lidl.
Here is what you need to know about shopping at Lidl during the bank holiday.
What are Lidl's opening times?
Lidl's opening hours vary from branch to branch, so your best bet is to look at its store locator.
This will let you find your nearest shop and give details of its opening times.
You can also use Google, to search your nearest store's opening hours.
Can I order my shopping online from Lidl?
No, Lidl does not offer delivery or a click and collect service for its customers.
That means you'll have to venture out to stock up from your nearest store.
You can, however, browse some of its deals online if you want to make a list before you head out.
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Is Lidl running any promotional offers over the bank holiday?
Yes. The supermarket has a number of "Super Weekend" offers on a range of products.
Some of the offers include a Deluxe Italian Antipasto Platter for £1.14 instead of £2.29 and Australian Shiraz for £2.99 instead of £3.99.
The Middle of Lidl is famous for its bargain buys too, and this weekend will be no different.
For more details of all the latest deals head to its website.
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When are the Bank Holiday dates for 2022?
- Thursday, June 2nd (Spring bank holiday)
- Friday, June 3rd (Platinum Jubilee bank holiday)
- Monday, August 29th (Summer bank holiday)
- Monday, December 26th (Boxing day)
- Tuesday, Christmas day (substitute day)
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