In the wake of the Christmas season, the retail chain Goal Implemented some measures to make last-minute purchases easier and more convenient.
In this sense, customers will have many options that will facilitate their experience in the facilities. The first thing they will do is extend business hours to provide greater flexibility to buyers.
So most Target stores will extend their hours from 7:00 a.m. to midnight. Starting from Friday until December 23.
Meanwhile, on Christmas Eve, they will be open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM local time. Additionally, all stores will return to regular business hours on December 26.
What other facilities will be available by the end of the year?
Online orders and same-day pickup will be other options for customers. To do this, they can use Drive Up or Order Pickup services.
Thanks to this method, orders can be placed on December 24 until 6pm local time in most stores.
Its advantage is that there is no need for a membership or specific delivery time. Therefore, customers can receive their items on the same day.
In addition, thanks to 27,000 new parking spaces for the Drive Up service, the shopping experience at this service has improved during this season.
On the other hand, Target offers a same-day delivery option with Shiptlos, for those who prefer to receive products at home.
That is, on December 24, orders placed before 4pm will be delivered to the customer’s door within one hour.
Additionally, deliveries for orders of $35.00 or more are free for Shipt members. However, for customers who do not have a membership, it costs $9.99 per order. Finally, Target is also offering 50% off new Shipt Annual Memberships from December 17th to December 30th.
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