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Supermarkets plan to stay open during Easter

With the exception of Sunday all big supermarkets will be open during the weekend.

(Source: Sme)

People who need to buy missing ingredients for their Easter meals during the holidays do not need to worry. With the exception of Sunday, March 27, all of the big chains of supermarkets will be open this weekend. However, they may have different opening times, according to the Aktuality.sk website.

Tesco will have standard opening hours on March 25 for all their supermarkets and for hypermarket MY Bratislava while hypermarket OD Košice will be open from 7:00 to 20:00. On March 26 supermarkets will stay open until 22:00 but hypermarkets will have standard opening hours. All Tesco supermarkets will be closed on March 27. The next day supermarkets will be open from 8:00 until their normal closing hours and all hypermarkets will be closed with an exception of MY Bratislava which will be open from 10:00 – 20:00, aktuality.sk writes.

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All of Kaufland’s stores will be open as usual except for on Sunday when they will be closed as it is a state recognised holiday. On Monday, March 28, all Kaufland stores will be opened between 7:00 and 18:00.

Lidl will close its stores on Sunday and Monday. On other days stores will have standard opening hours.

Billa stores will have standard opening hours on Friday and Saturday. They will be closed on Sunday. On Monday, opening hours will copy the standard Sunday opening hours. Billa stores which are in shopping centres will adjust their opening hours to those of the centres. 

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