Tesco: Supermarket to open for 24 hours in run-up to Christmas as shopping rules change

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Tesco prides itself on helping its customers – and now it’s doing so no matter what the time of day. The supermarket giant has unveiled huge changes to its opening hours to help customers. Over 300 of Tesco’s largest-format stores are to stay open 24/7 in the run-up to Christmas.

Tesco has not yet confirmed its Christmas opening times for 2020.

Last year, Tesco Extras, Superstores and Metro stores opened as usual on Christmas Eve and closed at 7pm. Express stores closed at 10pm.

All Tesco stores were shut on Christmas Day and this is likely to be the case this year.

NHS, emergency service and care workers have priority access to Tesco supermarkets at any time.


“If there’s a queue, please come to the front with your valid ID. Check store details for new priority hours for vulnerable and elderly customers,” said Tesco.

Tesco is urging customers to buy only what they need at this time.

However, the grocery behemoth says it has “good stock levels.

It also encouraging shoppers to buy in-store rather than online.

“This helps to free up online slots for more vulnerable customers,” said Tesco.

What’s more, to make sure more people have access to everyday essentials, the company has introduced a limit of 95 items per online order.

Tesco has more than doubled the number of online slots available each week.

They have also ramped up cleaning and hygiene measures.

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