Here’s How You Can Make Your Target Run Even Safer
A Bullseye View | December 7, 2020
Since the pandemic first began, guests have turned to Target for essentials including groceries, medicine, cleaning supplies and work-and-learn-from home gear. Target's goal is to create a convenient, flexible shopping experience for guests and team members. While Target does their part, they encourages guests to follow these tips to make everyone's shopping experience even safer.
Make a list and check it twice. With a shopping list you are able to move quickly through the store and limit your number of trips.
Wash up. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after you shop, and use the hand sanitizer available in-store.
Mask up. The CDC notes that masks play a role in preventing the spread of coronavirus. Based on that guidance, masks are required in Target stores with the exception of those with underlying medical conditions and young children.
Shop solo—and skip the lines. If you can, please shop alone. Target continues to monitor—and when needed, meter—how many people are in stores at a time to help promote social distancing. Save a spot in line on Target.com/line and we'll text you when it's your turn to come inside.
Look and listen for—and follow—signs and announcements. Throughout the store, you’ll find signs and hear announcements reminding guests of the CDC’s guidance to give others 6 feet of space.
Consider contactless payment options. Pay via Wallet, the mobile payment option in the Target app, for quick and easy checkout in-store. Target also offers same-day-pickup and delivery options to order from home.