AS another bank holiday weekend approaches, it’s important to know if the opening and closing times of your favourite supermarket are effected.
Let’s take a look at whether your local Sainsbury’s is open.
Getty Images Make sure you know the opening hours for your local Sainsbury’s for the bank holiday
How can I find the opening hours for my local Sainsbury’s store?
Closing times can vary from store to store, so it’s always important to check your local branch.
Many supermarkets are not changing their hours for the May bank holiday, but it is best to check first.
You can do this using the store finder on their website.
But before planning that BBQ, you might also want to catch up on the decidedly changeable weather forecast for bank holiday Monday.
What offers does Sainsbury’s have for the May bank holiday?
Sainsbury’s is offering motorists 10p a litre off fuel before the Bank Holiday.
Drivers can save a few quid on petrol or diesel when they spend at least £60 on groceries in a single transaction in-store.
You’ll also get a voucher if you have an online grocery order delivered over the same period.
Ten pence off per litre doesn’t sound like a lot but the average driver could save about £5 when re-filling a tank.
Once you’ve spent more than £60 in stores, you’ll be handed a voucher at the till.
To get the deal, you have to do your shopping between Wednesday May 1 and Tuesday May 7.
The voucher will be valid for 14 days from the date of issue.
You can only redeem the vouchers at Sainsbury’s-branded forecourts – not at ‘pay at the pump’ transactions or at ‘pay at the pump’ stations, MoneySavingExpert reports.
Find out more about this offer here
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