TARGET has just launched a handful of new and affordable products to its travel line.
Its Open Story travel brand added new luggage options and some must-have accessories mostly under $30.
The giant retailer has designed the products to make travel “streamlined, seamless,” and easier for solo travel or for the entire crew, according to Target.
Catering to its customer needs, Target said that the new offerings will have organization solutions, space-maximizing designs, a range of sizes, and smart technology.
Some details include 360-degree Hinomoto wheels, YKK zippers, and sustainably sourced materials.
“The Target-exclusive brand combines reliable performance and trend-forward design at an incredible value,” the company said in a statement.
SHOP OPEN STORY
Open Story has added a matte Hardside Carry-On Spinner Suitcase suitable for one to five days of travel.
Additionally, its Weekender Bag and duffel are also a great find for short trips.
Next up is the Hardside Large Checked Spinner Suitcase with a faux-leather luggage tag accessory.
Shoppers can also score the new Hardside Carry-On Suitcase to keep their smaller items and toiletries together.
Target recommends grabbing the Commuter Backpack – it comes with a laptop sleeve, a key holder, and is water-repellent.
For more information on its new products and accessories, head to the Target website.
IN THE NEWS
In addition to new offerings, the giant retailer has made changes to its rewards program.
Members are given one percent of every purchase in cash back for future Target purchases.
Plus, the money lives on its app where users can scan and take the previous earnings off following purchases.
However, shoppers now have a time limit before the rewards disappear.
The Target Circle rewards must be used within one year or they’ll expire, according to the company webpage.
Another change shoppers can now expect to see is with returns.
Customers can return items directly from their cars using Returns with Drive Up at no extra charge.
The popular Drive Up service already allows guests to pick up orders placed through their Target.com account without leaving their vehicle.
To make a Drive Up return, guests should see the option in their Target app depending on their store location.
A bargain hunter reveals nine new Target must-haves starting at just $5.
Plus, Target axed a popular candle after reports of cuts and burns.