Exciting Service Coming to New Jersey Target Stores is a Gamechanger
The Target bullseye. It hypnotizing, isn't it?
It sucks you in and have you repeating the words "buy all this stuff you don't need."
You know what I'm talking about.
How many times have you gone into Target for just a few things and ended up walking out with $100 worth of items?
It's so easy to do, right? All those little things at affordable prices add up quickly.
While other brick-and-mortar stores continue to struggle, Target is thriving.
I don't know about you, but there is never a time that I stop into The Targ when it's not busy.
Weekends - forget about it. Plan on being in the self check out line for a good 30 minutes.
Smart shoppers that don't want the hassle of crowded stores and long lines have already started taking advantage of Target Drive-Up.
This feature made popular during the pandemic allows you to order items on the Target app and then just pull up and get your order.
The concept has become very popular. So popular, in fact, that Target decided to expand on the idea.
What changes are coming to Target in 2023?
Technology tends to make things smaller. That's not the case with Target.
The retailer is expected to expand many of its locations when they undergo facelifts.
New locations will be larger as well.
Another big change has been in the works for quite some time.
Target has been testing Drive-Up Returns in Minneapolis for months.
It's worked out so well that they announced that Drive-Up Returns will be rolled out to all New Jersey stores by the end of the summer, according to CBS News.
The service will be free to use. Customers will be able to pull up and return new unopened items within 90 days all while sitting in the comfort of their vehicles.
This is huge. Our lives are crazy busy. Some of us have kids and chaos in the car. This will make Target returns so much easier and more convenient.
How many of these popular brands do you have at home?