Target expands curbside pickup

BY Marianne Wilson

Target Corp. wants more customers to take advantage of its time-saving pickup option.

The retailer has expanded its “Drive Up” service to 200 additional stores across the Midwest and select other states. The service allows shoppers to place orders via the Target app, then have their items brought out to the car by a store associate.

With the latest round of expansion, more than 800 Target stores in 25 states now offer curbside pickup, with expansion to more markets planned for late August. Nearly 1,000 Target stores will offer the service by the holidays, the company said.

“Drive Up has quickly become one of Target’s most popular pickup options thanks to its speed and convenience, with everything from home essentials to clothing to electronics orders brought out to cars within two minutes of when a guest pulls into the store parking lot,” the retailer stated.


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