Target is continuing to expand its Drive Up service to new markets in several states, with the program now available at stores in California and Colorado.
The service lets consumers place orders in the Target app, then have their items brought right out to their car by a store team member.
Consumers can select Drive Up as the fulfillment option when placing an order through the Target app. Target will notify the customer when the order is ready, usually within one hour. Hit the “I’m on the Way” button when ready to head to the store. The customer can then park their car in a designated Drive Up spot, and a team member will bring the order out.
The company said it is on track to offer Drive Up at nearly 1,000 stores by the holiday season.