Target, your favorite store for killing time and spending money you don’t have, is officially getting in on the grocery delivery game. In eight states, you can now order your groceries ahead of time on the Target app with the Drive Up feature and have them brought to your car when you get to the store.
Okay yes, technically you still have to leave your house and like, put on pants, but it still beats having to actually venture into the potentially crowded store. Target tested the feature in the Twin Cities area last year, to rave reviews, so now they’re bringing it elsewhere.
You can use Drive Up in Florida and Texas, and in select stores in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and South Carolina, it’s about 270 stores in total. The plan is for Drive Up to come to 1,000 stores by the time 2018 is over.
Basically, you fire up the Target app and order your groceries. The app will notify you when your order is ready, and then you can hit the “I’m on my way” button whenever you actually get into your car. When you arrive at the store, you pull into a ~designated parking spot~ just for Drive Up.
This is gonna be you with all the time you’ll save by not having to enter a Target store:
Don’t worry, you can still go inside for those times you’re “just grabbing toothpaste” but mysteriously veer off into the throw pillow aisle.
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