Target Drive Up :: Game Changer

Disclaimer :: This service is new and not available in all areas yet. They are testing it out and learning as they go! To read more about it, click here.

Attention all Moms, I repeat attention all Moms!

BIG news from Target that will be a huge game changer…

Target Drive Up now is letting you pick up COLD ITEMS! Oh, and perishables!

You need some bread and milk? They can bring it out to you. In desperate need for some Lunchables for the upcoming school year? Yep, they can bring that out as well.

What about adding frozen meals to your order? Yea! They will bring that out to you in your car with all of you regular items. You can even add some fresh fruit and veggies if you shall please.

I feel like my life has just got better during this crazy “new normal” and I’m here for it.

If you are anything like me, I am a huge fan of all things curbside and drive up. I’ve loved Target drive up now for years, but at times, I wish I could get a loaf of bread or a cold item. I would have to make a few stops here and there to get everything I needed. But now? NO MORE!

I know you may be thinking that there is another big box store that does drive up, so what’s the big deal. Well, a few things! First off, your order is ready within 2-4 hours. This is a huge plus for me! As far as the other store. I would have to schedule out days in advance at times and sometimes you need something NOW. Another difference, there isn’t a price minimum. You don’t have to throw in random things to get to a certain dollar amount. So if you just need some butter, you can order just that!

Wondering how to place your order? It’s very simple. To see if they are offering these items for pick up in your area, do the following.
-Open up your app
-Type in an item you know is frozen and/or perishable (example, ice cream or bread)
-On the bottom right where it says pick up, that means this service is in your area

So Moms, rejoice! Target for the win!

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Mary is a caffeine addicted boy mom to Noah, Liam and Luke. This “stay at home” mom can typically been found cruising in her minivan, jamming to Beyonce with a Starbucks in hand on her way to carpool or after school activities. Mary has been married to her high school sweetheart since 2007. She is a founder of Delivering Hope NOLA and the Vanessa Wolff Scholarship Fund at her Alma Mater. Mary is passionate in the local preemie community and has been heavily involved with the March of Dimes since her sons Liam and Luke were born premature.

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