Iceland opening times

Iceland opening times: A Detailed Expose

Netizens are eager to know the opening times in Iceland. In this piece, we have meticulously explained the concept as well as the times businesses/stores open. Join us in this detailed expose.

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What is “Iceland opening times”?

This refers to reduced hours or closed periods for Iceland business on public holidays. Basically, these public holidays are either national (based on your location/state alone) or international (A public holiday “everyone around the world celebrates”); truely, public holidays like christmas are celebrated in most parts of the world however, some countries kick against this celebration as it is not recognised in their religion or culture, hence, the reason for the quote.

 This holiday is aimed at giving employees of organizations  a time off. More importantly, these businesses have to abide by this because of trading laws.

Consequently, Iceland in general could make a change in work hours in numerous stores.

Iceland has about 1k (one thousand) stores spread around the country. It also happens to be one of the most conspicuous or simply put most popular superstores in the United Kingdom.

When are Iceland opening times?

Majority of Iceland supermarkets open from 7 in the morning or 8 sometimes, and close at 7 in the evening. However, this may vary from city to city.

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From our research; in some cities, Iceland stores close at 9 at night.

During weekends, its stores are open as usual: May 4th (Saturday) and 5th of May (Sunday). It is important to note that they open on bank holidays too.

With all this said, bear in mind that this information varies from city to city, so do well to check opening times in your city. Regardless, we have elucidated some cities’ opening time, that is, generally speaking.

Disclaimer on our expose

The information you are about to read is used in general. Meaning, it may not apply to your city. Kindly call the store in your local area or make judicious use of the Iceland store location app on Iceland website.

Opening structure for other services and business

Some businesses have formally said they’ll reduce their opening hours because of the bank holiday.

Due to this holiday, Aidi shops in Wales and England have declared that they would be closing by 8pm on Monday rather than the normal 10pm.

The multinational company Tesco has also said they’ll operate reduced hours too. More importantly, they’ll also close by 8 in the evening. However, Tesco’s express shops retain their usual opening hour.

Bank Holidays happening in the year 2024 

Constituent countries of England and Wales

6th of May: This is the Early May bank holiday. It starts from the first Monday of May. Shares holidays with Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland.

27th of May: This is the late May bank holiday. I happens on the last Monday of May putting an end to spring season

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26th of August: August Bank Holiday is observed on the last Monday of August and signifies the end of the summer season

25th of December: Christmas Day Holiday

26th of December: Boxing day Holiday

Northern Ireland Constituent Country

6th of May: This is the Early May bank holiday. It starts from the first Monday of May. Shares holidays with England, Wales and Scotland. 

27th of May: This is the late May bank holiday. It happens on the last Monday of May, putting an end to the spring season. Shares holidays with England, Wales and Scotland.

12th of July: This is the Orangemen’s Day. 

26th of August: August Bank Holiday is observed on the last Monday of August and signifies the end of the summer season. Share holidays. Shares holidays with England, Wales and Scotland.

25th of December: Christmas Day Holiday

26th of December: Boxing day Holiday

Scotland Constituent Country

6th of May: This is the Early May bank holiday. It starts from the first Monday of May. Shares holidays with England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

27th of May: This is the late May bank holiday. It happens on the last Monday of May, putting an end to the spring season. Shares holidays with England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

5th of August: August/Summer bank Bank Holiday.

25th of December: Christmas Day Holiday

26th of December: Boxing day Holiday

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