COFFEE lovers should be able to get their caffeine fix from Costa over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The summer bank holiday is on Monday August 30 and you can still meet up for a flat white or latte at Costa Coffee shops across the UK.
Is Costa open over the August Bank Holiday?
All Costa coffee shops should be open over the bank holiday weekend, although there have been warnings about shortages of items on the menu due to delivery delays.
Costa branches usually open between 6am and 7am on Monday to Saturday, and close between 7pm and 9pm.
Sunday hours are then often reduced to 10am to 4pm but some are open for longer.
Opening times though may vary due to the bank holiday but most Costa Coffee shops will be open on Monday August 30.
You can use the store locator tool to find your nearest branch and check its opening times.
Costa's coffee machines will be operating as normal such as in petrol stations and supermarkets.
Can you get Costa coffee delivered?
Deliveroo and Uber Eats will bring Costa Coffee to your door if you don't fancy going out.
There is a £10 minimum charge to order from Costa on Deliveroo and it's around £3 to have your order delivered.
The delivery charge on Uber Eats can be lower but they have a small order fee of £2 so you'll have to put a few things in your basket to avoid that.
How much you're charged for delivery depends on how far away you live from the cafe.
Alternatively, you can use Costa's free click and collect service by downloading its app.
What are the upcoming bank holiday dates for 2021?
Here is the full list of 2021 remaining Bank Holidays in England and Wales.
- Monday, August 30 (Summer Bank Holiday)
- Saturday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
- Sunday, December 26 (Boxing Day)
Dates in Scotland and Northern Ireland vary.
Brits get two extra bank holidays on December 27 and December 28 as Christmas and Boxing Day are on the weekend this year.
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