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An Ontario Costco is getting completely transformed into an even bigger bulk buyer's paradise, and you can shop for all sorts of mind-blowing items that you won't find at any old regular Costco.

In an email to Narcity, a Costco spokesperson said that the St. Catharines Costco Business Centre will finally open its doors on April 8, 2021.

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This means you'll be able to fill your cart with insane bulk items that you can't find at regular Costco stores.

These locations are known for carrying products like 3-kilogram tubs of Nutella, massive 4.5-kilogram Toblerone bars, and, 4-litre bottles of maple syrup — so you can only imagine what goodies you'll be able to find at this spot.

The St. Catharines' location first closed its doors back in November, after the opening of the Costco Wholesale in Niagara, and has now been totally revamped. It will be the fifth Business Centre in Canada and the third in Ontario, with more set to open across the country over the course of 2021.

St. Catharines Costco Business Centre

Price: $60 annual fee

When: Opening April 8, 2021

Address: 3 North Service Rd., St. Catharines, ON

Why You Need To Go: Step into bulk paradise at this unique Costco centre opening soon! It's open to all members.

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