Target’s same day Drive Up service is currently available across all 50 states in the USA. If you have never used Drive Up, the service allows you to order products through the retailer’s mobile app and then pick them at an assigned parking space at your nearby Target store. When you’re at the store, a Target representative will bring your order to your vehicle.
With the present development, Drive Up is available at 1,750 Target retail stores across the country, including at stores in states where the service was previously unavailable: Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, Washington, South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming. As part of the development, first-time Drive Up customers will get free item samples, while supplies last, as a way to encourage people to try out the service.
After a pilot in Minneapolis and St. Paul in 2017, Target officially launched Drive Up in 2018. From that point forward, the impression of the services has developed drastically, with the organization’s latest development before today making Drive Up available at 1,550 stores across the country. Also, what began as a two-hour delivery service now has orders prepared inside 60 minutes. Drive Up has been effective to such an extent that Amazon has felt pressure to match Target. In June, the organization announced a partnership with Rite Aid that will offer Amazon customer free in-store pickup at 1,500 Rite Aid medicate stores across the US before the year’s end. By then, Target plans to turn out Drive Up to most of the 1,855 stores the organization works over the US.