When is Iceland open over Christmas and New Year? Supermarket opening hours for the festive period

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The frozen supermarket is only closing on the big day itself and New Year's Day - meaning there's plenty of time to top up your canapé supply or pop in to pick up a hangover solving mac and cheese pizza over the festive period CHRISTMAS is all about canapés - but don't worry if you need a freezer-load more come Boxing Day... Iceland will be open. With the festive season mere weeks away, people are already starting to plan their big Yuletide food shops and top-ups. If you're an Iceland shopper here are the times you need to know for Christmas week. When is Iceland open over Christmas and New Year 2017? Iceland is only closed on Christmas Day and New Year's Day. On Boxing Day it will open as normal, with Sunday hours only on New Year's Eve. Be double sure your local branch is open by checking before you visit. . Christmas eve – Normal Sunday trading hours Christmas Day – Closed Boxing Day – Normal trading hours 27th-29th December – Normal trading hours New Year’s Eve - Normal Sunday trading hours New Year’s Day – Closed 2nd January – Normal trading hours . What special food is Iceland bringing out for Christmas? The Sun previously revealed a new melting middle pudding that is just like Marks and Spencer's one - and half the price. We also visited the supermarket's secret test kitchen, where chefs have been busy inventing all sorts of delicious new items for the festive period. One of the most showstopping dishes was a GOLD turkey, and there were trendy sprout and bacon skewers, too. There is also a £40 wine advent calendar, which is sure to make December an even boozier occasion than usual. When will the Iceland Christmas advert air? If previous years are anything to go by we've got a bit of a wait ahead for the Iceland Christmas. Last year it held off until the beginning of December to release its advert in order to try and avoid "festive fatigue". If it does the same this year we reckon we'll get a first glimpse of the festive ad on December 1 or 2.So eager beavers will just have to contain their excitement until then. Mel Matson, Marketing Director for Iceland said: "At Iceland we’ve had a fantastic year, with loads of new customers shopping in our stores and online for the very first time. Our Christmas campaign is a celebration of the fact that more and more people will be enjoying the Power of Frozen this Christmas."

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