Your time is precious and Target knows it! The bullseye retailer recently expanded its Drive Up program, bringing same-day service to more shoppers across the country.

Target is no slouch when it comes to making shopping convenient for its’ customers. Between the company’s home delivery service Shipt, free in-store Order Pickup and the no-fuss Drive Up pickup option, you’ve got options galore.

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Unbuckling the littles, toting them into the store and standing in a long checkout line probably sounds less than appealing. If you’d rather keep the kiddos comfy in the safety of your own car, Drive Up is for you. Just shop in the Target app, wait for a notification and drive up to the designated parking spot. A Target employee will bring your purchases to you.

If you’re wondering whether this service is available at your local Target, the company just expanded it to include more than 1,250 stores. This includes new additions in Maryland (Annapolis, Frederick, Hagerstown, Salisbury, Silver Spring), Virginia (Charlottesville, Fairfax, Falls Church, Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Richmond, Roanoke), Texas (Galveston, Laredo, McAllen, San Marcos), Georgia (Albany, Valdosta), Florida (Fort Meyers, Sarasota/Bradenton) and California (Redding, Santa Rosa, Simi Valley).

According to senior vice president, digital at Target, Dawn Block, “This expansion brings us one step closer to offering Drive Up at most Target stores by the end of the year.” Block went on to add, “It continues to be our fastest and top-rated same-day service, and we can’t wait for more guests to experience this added ease and convenience across the country.”

—Erica Loop



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