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Aldi Ireland To Extend Opening Hours

By Sarah O'Sullivan
Aldi Ireland To Extend Opening Hours

Aldi Ireland will be extending its store opening hours starting 25 March, it was announced today.

The retailer will open its doors at 8am Monday to Saturday, and will extend its Saturday closing time by one hour to 10pm.

Sunday hours will not be changed.


The company announced the move by saying it intended to offer greater convenience and flexibility to customers.

Aldi have also reminded shoppers of their click and collect service available at 20 locations for further ease of shopping.


Customers purchase items online and when they arrive at their local store staff bring their shopping to the car.

Donald Mackay, managing director and operations head at Aldi Ireland said of the change, “We are excited to announce our extended opening hours.

“They will ensure our customers have even more time to explore the wide range of offerings available in-store.”

‘As Convenient As Possible’

Mackay continued, “We know our customers have busy lives, and we want to make shopping with Aldi as convenient as possible.

“We’re as committed as ever to providing quality products at unbeatable prices whilst also offering more flexibility to our customers.”


Customers are advised to check with their local stores, as there are a few exceptions to opening hours.

These include Ballyphehane and Blackrock in Cork, Swords, the Frascati Shopping Centre and Blanchardstown in Dublin, and Laytown and Dunshaughlin in Meath.

Aldi currently has the fifth largest market share of Irish supermarkets, based on data from Kantar released last week.

The discount retailer trails just behind Lidl with 10.9% of market share.

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