Alberta Is Getting A Giant New Costco With Thousands Of Products You've Never Seen Before

It will be the first of its kind in Western Canada!

If you love buying in bulk then you are going to be obsessed with Edmonton's Costco Business Centre, slated to open on April 6, 2021. 

The new Costco will be located in West Edmonton and it will be different from all of the others in the province as it's Alberta's first Business Centre. While the location was initially scheduled to open on March 18, a Costco spokesperson told Narcity it has now been postponed until April.*

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This location will be the fourth of its kind in Canada, with another scheduled to open in St. Catharines, Ontario this year. In an email sent to Narcity, a Costco Wholesale spokesperson explained the Business Centre concept. 

You can expect to find thousands of products that are completely unique to this type of store and made specifically to target the needs of businesses of all sizes. 

So, if you thought Costco sold bulk items before, you're about to be blown away. 

You can literally get 10-kilogram jars of peanut butter and 4.5-kilogram Toblerone chocolate bars at the other business centres across Canada. 

This new Costco is open to all members and, business owner or not, you can get everything you might need in mind-blowingly large quantities. 

Costco Business Centres are popping up all over Canada and we can't wait for Alberta to get its own. 

According to the Government of Alberta, the new store will be located along Stony Plain Road and it will have a massive footprint of 127,000-square-feet.

Edmonton's Costco Business Centre

When: Opening April 6, 2021

Address: 10310 – 186 St. NW, West Edmonton, AB

Why You Need To Go: Shop big-time bulk products at Western Canada's first Costco Business Centre! 

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