Aldi opening hours for Christmas Eve, Christmas and Boxing Day

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Aldi will not be open as usual at Christmas. (Image: Akos Stiller / Bloomberg through Getty Images)

Are you planning a trip to Aldi on Christmas Eve, Christmas and Boxing? Be sure to check store opening hours first.

It would not be Christmas without realizing that someone has forgotten to buy sprouts or run to stores to buy a last-minute gift that he had not yet bought.

Since both Christmas Day and Boxing Day are bank holidays in the United Kingdom, many banks and businesses will be closed and this includes shops and supermarkets.

If you plan to visit your local Aldi in the next few days, here we show you if you can expect the store to be open for your holiday shopping needs.

What are the Christmas schedules of Aldi?

Aldi has been open as usual since 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. from Monday to Friday on the eve of Christmas Eve and that includes today, Monday, December 23.

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On Christmas Eve, Aldi will open for slightly reduced hours, opening from 8 a.m. and closing at 6 p.m.

Aldi is closed on both Christmas day and boxing day for holidays.

The supermarket will reopen as usual from 8am to 8pm on Friday 27 and Saturday, December 28.

To know the most accurate opening and closing times for your local store, you should consult the Aldi store search engine, where they have all the latest information about their Christmas opening hours.

Aldi Christmas Hours

Monday, December 23 – 8 am to 10pm

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Good night – 8 am to 6pm

Christmas day – CLOSED

Boxing day – CLOSED

Friday, December 27 – 8 am to 8pm

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