Asda Queen's Jubilee Bank Holiday 2022 opening times: What time are stores open today?

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ASDA has 633 stores in the UK and you can order items online to be delivered or collected – even on a bank holiday.

Here is what you need to know about shopping at Asda during the bank holiday to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

What are Asda's opening times?

Asda stores' opening hours vary between each branch so it's best to check ahead.

If you're heading to an Asda, use its store locator tool to find out the local opening hours. 

Superstores usually open around 7am and close in the evening at 10pm or 11pm.

However, some branches in London are open 24 hours a day.

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What is the best time to shop at Asda?

Google has a handy tool that can help you find out when the store will be at its busiest and its quietest.

This helps you decide when's best to go do your shopping. 

If you search Asda using the search engine, it will reveal your nearest local store.

If you click on your local store, you will find a detailed chart dictating the stores busiest hours.

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Can I order my shopping online from Asda?

Yes, Asda offers both delivery and click and collect services for its customers.

Just go to the website and start shopping, and select your delivery method of choice.

When are the bank holidays 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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