Target to roll out "Drive Up Returns"

Expected at all Target stores by end of summer
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Things are about to get a lot easier if you need to return something to Target.

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The giant retailer is launching "Drive Up Returns" at stores across the country after a successful test at Target stores in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

"You'll soon be able to skip the line or the mailbox and pull right in - to your nearest Target Drive Up Spot," Target said in a statement.

The statement reads in part...
"First, there's the convenience. Drive Up Returns are a no-stress option for guests with kids or pets in tow, those with disabilities — or anyone who wants or needs to stay in the comfort of their car and keep moving to their next destination. Then there’s the speed: Instead of dropping off a package at a mail carrier to be shipped and then processed, you can hand it over directly to a Target Drive Up team member and get your refund that much faster. And even better: There’s no charge to take advantage of our Drive Up Returns service.

"Drive Up Returns" will be available at all Target locations by the end of the summer.

Featured Image Photo Credit: (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)