Lidl Easter 2022 opening hours including Sunday and Easter Monday

Lidl opening times vary during the Easter holidays, which means you should check in advance if you need any essentials to ensure you don’t miss out on this bank holiday weekend.

Lidl shoppers will want to check Easter hours

The long Easter weekend means Lidl shoppers will need to check the opening hours of their nearest store.

Retailer opening hours usually change when there are two public holidays.

This weekend most Britons will enjoy four long days off as the Easter holidays finally arrive.

This means planning your trip to the supermarket carefully so that you have everything you need for the long break.

Lidl opening hours vary from country to country. So it is always best to use its online checker tool to find the nearest store.

There are over 800 Lidl stores in the UK.

What time is Lidl open at Easter?

Lidl opening hours will change from store to store, but they shouldn’t change too much over the Easter weekend.

When we checked several branches today, stores are expected to open at 7am or 8am on Good Friday (April 15) and Easter Saturday (April 16).

These are their usual opening hours. The majority of stores will then close at their normal 10 p.m. time on those days.

Do you think supermarkets should be open at Easter or stay closed? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Lidl stores are then closed on Easter Sunday (April 17) according to its online checking tool.

As for Easter Monday (April 18), the Lidl stores we looked at used to be open at 7 or 8 a.m. They are then scheduled to close at 10 p.m.

If you’re still on the hunt for cheap Easter eggs, we’ve rounded up the best prices, including Cadbury, from stores such as Asda, Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

How to save money in supermarkets

If you’re looking to save money at the supermarket, check out these tips…

  • Keep an eye out for offers and discounts on yellow stickers.
  • Look for discounts and coupon codes online and join the mailing lists of the brands and retailers you use.
  • Get free supermarket magazines – they often contain vouchers.
  • Try the Downshift challenge; this is where you trade branded goods for supermarket labels.
  • Preparing meals to reduce impulse purchases and spending on what you already have in the cupboard.
  • Freeze leftovers that can be eaten later to avoid food waste.

Saving money at the supermarket has never been more relevant, with the cost of living crisis driving up the prices of goods.

Kantar data showed grocery prices rose 5.2% in March, with cost increases already hitting consumers.

Producer prices for staples such as milk, barley and pork had risen by a fifth by the end of March.

The cost of wheat and cooking oil has also skyrocketed due to the war in Ukraine – but experts say further rises are on the way.

Butter could skyrocket 60% by the end of the year, they warned.

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