Good Friday opening hours: What time does Tesco, Morrisons and Asda open today?

All major supermarkets alter their hours on Good Friday, which marks the start of the Easter weekend. Britons up and down the land will be looking to make the most of the celebrations given there are very few if any Covid rules left in place across all of the UK. If you are planning a big shop on Good Friday, it’s important to know when you’ll be able to go and fill up your trolley.

What time is Tesco open on Good Friday?

Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket chain, is open on Good Friday between 6am – 10pm.

On Saturday, doors open at 6am and close at midnight, while on Easter Monday the retailer will be open from 8am – 6pm.

As is the case with every other supermarket, Tesco will be shut on Easter Sunday.

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These types of shops are also affected by strict trading rules on Sundays, which state that they can only be open for six consecutive hours between 10am and 6pm.

Stores which have restricted trading hours on a Sunday must clearly display what they are inside and outside the premises.

In comparison, small shops in England and Wales – defined as measuring up to and including 280 square metres – can open any day or hour.

Measurements of a small shop include all parts of the store which are used to display goods and serve customers.