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For decorating and design enthusiasts, few things hit the spot like a HomeGoods run. There’s just something magical about wandering those aisles — you never know what you’re going to stumble upon. For a long time, those in-person visits were the only way to score amazing home items for a steal. But starting today, HomeGoods fanatics can finally get their digital fix. Earlier this month, HomeGoods parent brand, the TJX Company, announced that HomeGoods would be opening for online business sometime in 2021, and fortunately, that day has come.
“We are thrilled to bring a second way for our passionate shoppers to discover and shop an assortment they know and love,” says John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods, in a press release about today’s online grand opening. “We hope our customers find the same excitement shopping HomeGoods online as they do exploring the aisles of our stores.”
Shoppers can expect HomeGoods’ most popular departments to have some kind of presence online, from bedding and bath to cookware and pets. Smaller decor items like pillows, throws, and faux plants will be stocked, too, and seasonal harvest and Halloween finds are available for purchase right now as well. You don’t have to worry about returns being an issue, either. Online orders can be mailed back for refund via return label or dropped off in-store for exchange or return at any of HomeGoods 820+ locations across the U.S.
HomeGoods also plans to keep expanding its online offerings, starting with a collection of gifts and festive decor for the holidays. Who knows — maybe even larger pieces of furniture will be available for purchase some day, too? You can also browse by curated collections in the “Idea Shop” area of the site.
Similar to the thrill of the find with in-store offerings, you can expect lots of product drops and inventory additions online weekly. My advice? If you land on something you like, scoop it up immediately! There’s no guarantee something you see today will be available tomorrow, and often the most exclusive, big brand merchandise is available in very limited quantities.