Asda Paignton Asda Paignton Supermarket

Borough Close,

Paignton, TQ4 7EP

Tel: 01803 353210
Opening times...
Monday 7am - 11pm
Tuesday 7am - 11pm
Wednesday 7am - 11pm
Thursday 7am - 11pm
Friday 7am - 11pm
Saturday 7am - 11pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm
To check opening times for specific days or dates, please feel free to contact the store using the details above.

At this store...

PayPoint
Service information
  • PayPoint service available at this store. Need to pay bills, top-up your gas or electricity or get your TV license? Drop into store and pay simply and easily. If you're not sure whether you can pay at PayPoint, check your bill or talk to your provider. Other transactions are available – dependant on store.
  • Find out more at www.paypoint.com
Disabled Facilities
Service information
Disabled Access
George
Click & Collect
Service information
Go to the Click and Collect desk located at the kiosk at the front of the store
Grocery Click & Collect
Baby Changing
Electric Car Charging

Facilities...

  • Car Park
  • Cash Machine
  • Customer WC

Product ranges...

  • Pizza Counter
  • Bakery Counter
  • Food to Go
  • Electrical goods
  • Hot Chicken
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Welcome to Asda Paignton

The manager of your Asda Paignton Supermarket is Paul Morris. You'll find everything you need to do a full weekly shop at the same everyday low prices as our bigger stores. If you need to contact the store for any reason, please use the number on the left.

Happy 80th birthday to our long-serving colleague Sheila

A very happy 80th birthday to our popular checkout colleague Sheila Gill who's worked at our Wrexham store for 40 years!

Colleagues presented great-grandmother Sheila with gifts and a cake and decorated her till to mark her big day – and lots of customers stopped by to wish her many happy returns. Read more

Young Jude loves helping out Kirstie and the team at our Antrim store

13-year-old Jude Patton has struck up a great relationship with Kirstie Ainsworth and other colleagues in our Antrim store – and every Saturday they give him his own Asda work top and name badge so he can help them out while his family are doing the shopping.

They met when his aunt Elizabeth asked Kirstie if Jude, who has autism, could help her tidy up some of the shelves. They've now formed a firm friendship, so he helps her during the family's regular visits – and the top and name badge make him feel like part of the team when he comes in. Read more

We've teamed up with Drinkaware to offer free alcohol advice to our customers

We're joining forces with alcohol education charity Drinkaware to provide customers with free information and advice on alcohol.

On Friday 12 January, Drinkaware ambassadors will be on hand in 100 Asda stores nationwide to hand out thousands of specially-created alcohol assessment scratchcards which use a factual, non-judgmental approach to invite consumers to reflect on their drinking habits. Read more

Christmas surprise from Asda Kilmarnock for homeless care volunteers

"It was absolutely overwhelming. We were shocked, mesmerised and so appreciative" – that's what homeless charity volunteer David Quinn said after colleagues from our Kilmarnock store surprised him with a £10,000 Asda Foundation grant.

Store manager George McFarlane and community champion Emma Wylie Springer regularly volunteer with East Ayrshire Churches Homeless action, which has been providing crisis care, advice and practical support for people in need in the area since 2004. They presented the cheque to David, who's pictured above with George, Emma and EACHa secretary Janice Grant at the charity's Christmas party. Read more

Mum who set up playgroup moved to tears by surprise Christmas grant

A mum who set up a playgroup in Leicester to help children with learning disabilities better integrate with other kids was moved to tears when colleagues from our Thurmaston store presented her with a surprise £2,000 grant from the Asda Foundation.

Amy Dye set up Happy Smiles with her partner Adam Coombe's grandmother Sandra in April 2015 after finding there were no groups in the area for her son Ryley, who has learning disabilities, epilepsy and asthma, to mix with other pre-school children. The aim of the group is to provide activities for pre-school children and a support network for their families. Read more