Decor, bedding, kitchenware, and more are available in HomeGoods’ new online store.
is now available online so you don’t have to leave the house.
HomeGoods.com, which has mostly acted as a location finder before, has now launched as an online store for the off-price home décor company.
HomeGoods president John Ricciuti said in a statement, “We are happy to introduce a second avenue for our committed shoppers to discover and purchase an assortment they know and love.” Customers should have as much fun browsing HomeGoods’ website as they do browsing the aisles of the physical store.
In addition to bedding, bath, kitchen supplies, seasonal décor, storage and organizing, the website features a pet department and categories similar to HomeGoods’ 820+ shops.
HomeGoods stores across the country offer free returns on most goods and free shipping on orders over $119. In-store returns have some limitations, but you can also send things back.
TJX Companies, the business behind T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeSense, and Sierra, owns HomeGoods. T.J. Maxx and Sierra already had online storefronts when Marshalls started its own in September of last year.
HomeGoods has a constantly changing inventory, which makes finding what you’re looking for like a treasure hunt.
TJX Digital US President Mark DeOliveira stated in a statement that the new website “would give a complementing experience to our shops, allowing shoppers to mix in-store purchases with online finds to bring their vision to life.”
The firm has stated that it intends to keep growing its online store, starting with holiday presents and décor.
HomeGoods shoppers, according to TJX president and CEO Ernie Herrman, are among the company’s most ardent customers. In August, authorities signaled the site would launch soon.
Herrman stated this on the company’s quarterly results call with analysts on August 18 that “we believe this is something our existing customers have been waiting for and is another method for us to attract new shoppers.”
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HomeGoods’ new online store launches with decor, bedding, kitchen goods and more