Target announced today that it’s going to expand Drive Up to almost a thousand stores in the US this year. Its Drive Up program allows customers to have their online orders on the Target app brought out to their cars by a store team member minutes after arriving.
The company first tested the service last fall near its headquarters in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul region. Target declined to elaborate what specific cities the service is expanding to. Target suggests the service is useful for those with small children that they need to keep occupied while running errands or those purchasing bulk orders of bottled water or large home electronics.