The retailer said Wednesday that it will start to add those services to Drive Up, its curbside pickup option, at select stores in the fall. It declined to share store locations or give a more specific timetable.
A company spokeswoman said Target will begin testing with employees and then serve customers. She said the company plans to scale the features across the country.
Curbside pickup has been a significant growth driver for Target during the pandemic, as consumers look for quick, safe ways to shop. Shoppers can also pick up online purchases inside of Target stores or get them dropped them off by Target-owned home delivery service Shipt. Those same-day online services grew nearly 60% in the third quarter, on top of 200% growth in the year-ago period.
Target will report its fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday.
The discounter has been adding more merchandise and features to the service, including hundreds of fresh and frozen groceries and alcoholic beverages.
Target said in a news release that customers requested Starbucks pickup and returns. Target has a Starbucks cafe in many of its big-box stores. Shoppers will not need a pick-up window to get a drink or make a return, the company said.