Shoppers can place their orders in the Target app, wait for a notification on same-day pickup and drive to a designated spot in the store parking lot. Their orders will be delivered to their cars within two minutes of arrival.
The free service is available at 1,400 Target stores in the United States and should be available in most Targets by the end of the year. The mass discounter added drive-up service earlier this year in its Ellicott City, Glen Burnie, Annapolis and Gambrills stores.
The service also is being expanded in Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York, and being offered for the first time at selected stores in New Jersey, Delaware and Connecticut.