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The smarter way to get what you need delivered by Target

Target Fetch is a convenient subscription service designed to automatically reorder select household essentials through the use of three smart products: toilet paper spindle, paper towel holder, and soap pump. Leave reordering to Target Fetch, and get precious time back wherever you need it most.

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AI powered shopping list: Never forget anything at the store

Capitan is a first smart grocery shopping list app to help you save time, make smart suggestions and sync your family’s requests whenever you are located within or near the stores.

A smooth, breezy interface allows you to easily create and share shopping lists with friends or family in a matter of seconds.

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On-demand grocery delivery

Shipt connects members to fresh groceries and everyday essentials. Saving time, fuel and headspace, next-hour, same day grocery delivery is quickly becoming an everyday necessity for people looking for an extra few hours and intentional food choices.

Another domino just fell in the wake of the Amazon - Whole Foods acquisition. Target announced on Wednesday morning that it plans to make one of its biggest acquisitions in recent history by purchasing Shipt, a startup that delivers groceries on the same day customers place an order, for $550 million in cash.
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Warehouse Club Shopping On Your Phone Or Tablet

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I'm a huge fan of Boxed. It's basically if Amazon and CostCo had a baby with the world's best work culture. I'm proud to support them and it makes it easy to get things like dog food / treats in bulk without having to haul it through the store / to my car / up the stairs, etc. or go out of my way to any pet stores (not usually central to my other errands).
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