Target to Expand Same-Day Delivery


Minneapolis-based retailer Target has revealed it will expand its same-day delivery platform to shoppers in its hometown next month. The company recently introduced the program in Florida, following its $550 million acquisition of Shipt. According to the Star Tribune, the delivery service will be available via 50 locations in the Twin Cities market, supporting up to 1.2 million households for orders of $35 or more. An estimated 55,000 items will be available for delivery during the early stages of the rollout, which will serve customers who pay a $99 membership fee for unlimited deliveries. Target’s expansion of its collaboration with Shipt will see the end of its partnership with Instacart, the platform through which it previously managed its deliveries.

Target oversees roughly 1,800 stores.

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