Order from Target nationwide by chatting with Google Assistant

From Engadget - October 12, 2017

Google Express is a delivery service that is somewhat of a competitor to Amazon Prime. You can shop from local stores and pay a per-order delivery fee, rather than Amazon's flat yearly fee. It also promises same-day delivery, rather than a two-day wait.

Google Express's partnership with Target, which follows their team-up with Walmart, does not stop with this nationwide expansion. Target has already announced that, starting next year, REDcard members will receive 5 percent off their orders along with free shipping when they use Google Express. You will also be able to pick up your Google Express order from a Target store, if you prefer. It's just another way for brick-and-mortar stores to complete with Amazon.


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