Alcohol Delivery & 24 Hour Off Licences in Oxford

This page is dedicated to providing you with information about the late night off licences in the Oxford area. Always drink responsibly and never be tempted to drive while under the influence of alcohol.

24 Hour Drinks Delivery

Although there are no 24 hour off licences in the Oxford area, there are some late night off licences where you can go if you run out of alcohol in the middle of your party or gathering.

Kay Gee’s Off Licence delivers within the Didcot, Oxfordshire area, providing your order is placed before 10:45pm. Payments must be made in advance and there is a delivery charge of £5. Kay Gee’s sell a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks and are open until 11pm, 7 nights a week. To find out more about the products and services offered by Kay Gee’s Off Licence, please call them on 01235 813225.

If you cannot find what you need at Kay Gee’s, Supa Sava is another off licence that is open until 11pm every night of the week, including Sundays. They also sell cigarettes and groceries, should your party run out of snacks. For more information on what products Supa Sava offer, please give them a call on 01865 20o002.

Post code areas covered in Oxford: Oxford (OX1 to OX4, OX33, OX44), Kidlington (OX5), Chipping Norton (OX7), Thame (OX9), Wallingford (OX10), Didcot (OX11), Wantage (OX12), Abingdon (OX13, OX14), Banbury (OX15 to OX17), Bampton, Burford and Carterton (OX18), Woodstock (OX20), Bicester (OX25, OX27), Witney (OX28, OX29), Chinnor (OX39) and Watlington (OX49).

Late Night Off Licences in Oxford

If you are able to travel safely to and from your chosen late night off licence, you will save yourself some delivery costs. Here are the full details of the late night off licences mentioned above.

Kay Gee’s Off Licence, 196 Broadway, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11 8RN, Tel: 01235 813225
Opening Times: Monday-Sunday: 11:00-23:00

Supa Sava, 61 Botley Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 0BP, Tel: 01865 200002
Opening Times: Monday-Friday: 11:00-23:00

Don’t Be Tempted…Leave Your Car at Home

There are reasons there are laws around drinking and driving – they are there to protect yourself as much as they are to protect the people around you. Don’t be tempted to drive to your nearest off-licence if you’ve already been drinking. Have your order delivered to your door, or take a taxi or use public transport to collect it safely.