Target saw same-day pick-up and delivery soar by 278% last quarter as Americans flocked to stock up amid pandemic

Online sales at Target soared by 141% during the first quarter of 2020.  Demand for its same-day services, such as buy online pick up in-store, also grew by 278%. Operating income was down 58.7% thanks to the increased cost of being able to stay open during this time.  Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Online sales at Target have skyrocketed during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The big-box store reported its first-quarter earnings early Wednesday morning – digital sales were up 141% during the quarter versus the year before; soaring 282% in April alone. 

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