Six new discount supermarkets – similar to retail giant Costco – are opening across Sydney, with IGA opening its own ‘Supa Value’ stores with low-cost items.

Unlike Costco, the store specials will last for three months, and you won’t be required to sign up to a loyalty or membership program.

“When you first walk in, it makes you feel like you’re in a Costco-type store,” IGA’s Joseph Romeo told 7NEWS.

The supermarket chain has been testing the market at its Doonside store.

Due to its success, there are now plans for six new Supa Value stores across Sydney.

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