Primark Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday 2022 opening times: What time are stores open today?

BRITS enjoying a four day bank holiday weekend to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee will be hoping to hit the shops.

But will stores be open? Here is what you need to know about Primark's opening store times as we celebrate the Queen's 70 years on the throne.

What are the Primark opening times over the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday?

Primark will be opening its doors to the public during the Platinum Jubilee four-day celebration.

Primark told The Sun that all stores will operate at normal trading hours.

But they did also confirm that some stores may change their times because of the bank holiday.

Primark indicated that it is best to access their Store Locator tool and search for the shop you are hoping to visit before heading out to the shops.

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You can search for a store by entering the city location or your postcode.

If you want to find out which store is closest to you, simply type in your postcode, and it will show you which one is nearest.

Many Primark stores open at 8am or 9am and close at 8pm or 9pm.

Its flagship Oxford Street store in London is open from 8am-10pm.

All stores are subject to Sunday trading laws in England and Wales which mean they cannot remain open for more than six continual hours between 10 am and 6pm.

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When are the bank holiday dates for 2022?

England and Wales are enjoying nine bank holiday days in 2022.

In 2021, the government announced that the Whitsun bank holiday, usually enjoyed on the last Monday in May, would be moved to Thursday, June 2, 2022.

An extra day was added on Friday, June 3, 2022, allowing for a four day celebration of Her Majesty's historic milestone.

The first bank holiday celebrated in 2022 was on January 3, which was a substitute holiday for New Year's Day which fell on a Saturday.

In April, the UK enjoyed a hot bank holiday weekend with Good Friday and Easter Sunday.

Brits went into holiday mode again at the beginning of May, with the Early May Bank Holiday.

You still have five more bank holidays to look forward to in 2022, which are:

  • June 2, 2022 – Spring Bank Holiday
  • June 3, 2022 – Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday
  • August 29, 2022 – Summer Bank Holiday
  • December 26, 2022 – Boxing Day
  • December 27, 2022 – Christmas Day (Substitute Day)

Don't know what to do to get the most of these holidays?

Well, we have you covered.

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If you want to visit a sunny beach during the June bank holidays, you could consider tourist destinations like Malta and Bulgaria.

Or if you want to stay local, you can book a staycation – we also have some tips on how to try and make your holiday as cheap as possible.

Get a £10 cashback Jubilee bonus

Shoppers can claim a £10 cashback bonus when spending £10 or more.

TopCashback is offering the special deal to all new members who sign up before 6 June to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee.

The deal is valid on purchases made from any retailers featured on site (excluding any takeaway brands). Find out how to claim below:

  1. Simply head to and create a free account.
  2. Click on the £10 cashback bonus deal.
  3. Find the retailer you want to make a purchase from and click to shop via the TopCashback site.
  4. Shop as normal at your chosen retailer, spending £10 or more to qualify for the bonus.
  5. TopCashback will process your order and pay out your £10 bonus to your account within 30 days.

You can check the full terms and conditions here at

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