PLANNING on finding some home inspiration on a shopping trip to Home Bargains this bank holiday weekend?
Shoppers might be wondering if they can still visit the discount store today, and if there are reduced hours.
The summer bank holiday falls today, August 31.
For most Brits, it means a day off work and the opportunity to see family and friends.
Here's what to expect if you plan on visiting Home Bargains.
Home Bargains August bank holiday opening hours
Some of Home Bargains opening hours have been updated on its store finder tool, but not all of them.
For the ones that do list their bank holiday opening times, the website says they'll be shutting earlier than normal.
Saturday, August 29: Normal shopping hours (8am or 9am until 6pm or 8pm)
Sunday, August 30: Normal shopping hours (10am until 4pm for most stores)
Monday, August 31: Reduced shopping hours (8am until 6pm for some shops)
The above opening times are just a rough guideline – we've asked Home Bargains for more information and we'll update this article when we hear back.
To find out when your nearest Home Bargains is open, use the store finder tool by entering your postcode.
Home Bargains has more than 500 stores across the UK.
When is the next bank holiday in 2020?
Households in Scotland will enjoy a bank holiday for St Andrew's Day on November 30.
The next bank holiday then isn’t until December when families across the UK will celebrate Christmas.
- Monday, November 30 (St Andrew's Day – Scotland only)
- Friday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
- Monday, December 28 (substitute Boxing Day)
The last bank holiday of the summer is unlikely to be scorcher. Brits are braced for flash floods and heavy downpours this weekend.
Home Bargains' £99 hanging egg chairs are back in stock just in time for the bank holiday.
The discount store is also selling storage box stickers just like Stacey Solomon’s for 79p.
Parents are going wild for Home Bargains' school uniform range.
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