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Aldi Ireland Announces Opening Hours For May Bank Holiday Weekend

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Aldi Ireland Announces Opening Hours For May Bank Holiday Weekend

Aldi Ireland has announced that the May Bank Holiday weekend will see almost every store open as normal on Saturday and Sunday.

Monday opening hours will slightly vary, so customers should check their local Aldi’s website.

The discount retailer’s Irish stores will be open as normal on Saturday 4 May, 8am-10pm, and Sunday 5 May, 9am-9pm.

Many stores will open on Monday 6 May, 9am-9pm, and return to normal hours on Tuesday 7 May.

Stores in Swords, Laytown, Dunshaughlin and Mulhuddart will operate different hours on Monday 6 May, as listed below.


Stock Up

Aldi has everything customers need to make the most of their Bank Holiday weekend.

It has an award-winning range of food and drinks, including Bord Bia Assured Irish beef burgers and new season Irish strawberries.

The retailer also carries camping equipment and sun protection to help get the summer started.

Aldi also offers click and collect services in 20 stores. Customers can visit the click and collect page to find everything they need for the long weekend.

After ordering, drive down to your local store where the shopping is brought to your car by Aldi staff.


To find out more about click and collect, visit Aldi Ireland’s website.

Other Opening Hours

Below are the Aldi stores with irregular opening hours for Monday 7 May:

Swords – 10am-9pm

Laytown – 11am-7pm

Dunshauglin – 10am-9pm


Mulhuddart – 10am-7pm

Be sure to plan ahead and check your local store’s website for its Bank Holiday opening hours.

Read More: Aldi Ireland Launches Call For Community Grants Programme 2024

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