Aldi Opening Hours in Canberra

If you're looking for the aldi opening times in Canberra, here's how to find out. Aldi stores in Canberra follow the same hours as those in Melbourne, opening at 8:30am and closing at 8pm, except for Saturdays. Sundays are closed. Monday through Friday, Aldi stores are open from 8am to 8pm and on Saturdays they're open until 8pm. Aldi also operates in Perth and Adelaide.

The hours vary from store to store, but generally speaking, they're open from 8am to 7pm on weekdays and from 9am to 8pm on weekends. Holiday hours are also flexible, with many stores staying open late on major holidays. You'll find out exactly what the hours are for the store closest to you by using the Aldi branch locator. For example, if you live in Brooklyn, you can find the Aldi store on 117th Street.

If you live in London, the hours for Aldi stores are typically 8am to 8pm. Alternatively, Aldi stores are open 8am to 8pm on Bank Holiday Monday. As with most supermarkets, the hours will vary based on location, so make sure to check the website before travelling. For general information about Aldi store hours in London, you can visit the website. Alternatively, you can use the store locator to find the hours of your local Lidl store.

As with most other supermarkets, Aldi opens at 8am on Fridays. It opens at 8:00am on bank holidays. It remains open until 4pm on weekends. And lastly, Aldi stores are open on Sundays from 10am until 4pm. These hours are subject to change. If you're looking for the Aldi opening hours in your area, you can check the list below. So you know when to shop and when to go, you can make the most of your time with Aldi supermarket.

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