Target Now Offers Speedy 2-Day Shipping, Thanks to Google Express
Delivery is free for orders over $35.
If you were excited about the launch of Target’s stylish new home line Project 62 and were thrilled to hear that Joanna Gaines is also bringing her signature style to the big box store, get ready for the best surprise of all: Target is partnering with Google Express so you can get all of these finds delivered to your door in just two days.
For those who aren’t familiar, Google Express is an online home shopping delivery service that lets you shop popular stores—such as Walmart, Costco, Fairway, and now Target—and offers free home delivery as long as you meet the order minimum for that store (Target’s minimum is $35). Depending upon your location, average delivery times can range from same-day to three days, and you can often schedule a specific day for delivery. New users can also get 20 percent off their first order with the code FIRSTORDER20 from now until October 16.
After checking out the Target selection on Google Express, it seems that a huge range of products is already available for purchase. We’re most excited about the vast assortment of Project 62 home decor already offered, and while few items from Joanna Gaines’s Hearth & Hand line are up yet, we’re hopeful the selection will grow quickly. Besides these home lines, all of the basics you typically pick up at Target are listed, including aluminum foil, printer paper, and cough drops. And if the thought of never getting to stroll Target’s aisles has you a little disappointed, don’t worry, the company has plans to offer in-store order pickup starting next year. “With orders ready for pickup in two hours, you’ll quickly be on your way, leaving you more time to stroll the aisles,” the press release says.
If you’re not already a Target REDcard member, you may want to consider signing up ASAP: Starting next year, members will receive five percent off most Target purchases, along with free shipping when you use Google Express. And good news for Google Home owners: Starting today, you can use the voice-activated device to order everything on your Target shopping list, without clicking a single button or stepping foot in a store.