This means at peak times, queues may be likely with Tesco introducing a traffic light system to monitor customer numbers.
According to a former Tesco employee, you’re more likely to avoid queues in the morning or evening.
“As soon as it opens or near closing time is when it is the most quiet,” he told My London.
With money being tight for many people at the moment, searching for reduced food items is a great way to help cut the price of your grocery shop.
However, yellow sticker labelled food comes out at certain times throughout the day, depending on when the food product goes out of date.
Bryan explained: “In theory, you get the final reductions going out at about 3pm or 4pm.
“Late afternoon and evening is usually when the final reductions go out; if you are desperate for a bargain that is usually the best time.”
However, this can vary between different supermarkets and it may be best to visit at different times to see when the cheapest foods go on the shelves.
For those wishing to pick up the freshest possible produce, the ex-customer service assistant revealed that the best time to visit is as soon as the supermarket opens.
This is because shelves are typically replenished overnight so visiting a Tesco first thing would give customers the best choice of fruit and vegetables.
As lockdown restrictions ease from April 12, supermarket rules are still in place to ensure the safety of customers and colleagues.
Tesco said: “Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve focused on ensuring everyone can get the food they need in a safe environment.”
This means customers must wear face coverings when shopping as well as observing social distancing with other shoppers.
The retailer is also still asking people to shop alone unless they are a carer or with children.
Tesco recently removed one-way systems in store but is monitoring the situation and will make any necessary changes.
Supermarkets have regularly updated guidelines throughout the pandemic to keep in line with government guidance.