HomeGoods is Launching an Online Store in 2021

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We can’t wait to score HomeGoods deals from the couch!

TJX Companies, Inc. (which also owns TJ Maxx, Marshalls, and Sierra) recently announced that they’re planning to launch a HomeGoods online store expected to go live in 2021. Currently, the off-price retailer operates 821 brick and mortar HomeGoods locations across the US, where they sell home fashion accessories and décor.

“We are excited about our plan to add HomeGoods to our U.S. e-commerce offerings later next year. We believe that current HomeGoods customers and new customers alike will love having the opportunity to shop our unique selection, great brands, and incredible values not just in store, but also from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.” – Joanna Howarth, PR Manager 


HomeGoods cart filled with merchandise

Currently, the HomeGoods website is purely informational, featuring details on store closures, hours of operation, safety precautions, etc. Although a launch date has yet to be announced, the company has hinted that the e-commerce aspect of the HomeGoods website won’t be functional until late next year.

Just add this news to the long list of reasons we’re excited for 2021! As much as we love cruising the aisles at HomeGoods in person, we can’t wait to hunt for deals from the couch. 🎉


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Comments 8

  1. SaraJT

    Where I live, there is no Home Goods store. We need one in Bend, OR. So I’m actually very excited that I’ll be able to purchase from Home Goods online.

  2. tipaye

    Yes!

  3. Carrie M.

    So excited!!

  4. Christy

    Yay! Hopefully they keep the B&M stores open. I love walking through and seeing what I am buying.

    • Leslie

      I agree. I’m scared for retail stores. It was already an issue before pandemic. Those are a lot of jobs.

  5. Karen

    I shopped online at TJ Maxx for the first time in October. It took 28 days to receive the shipment. The item I ordered was damaged. You are only allowed 40 days to return an item. They have to receive it within 40 days, which was tough given how late it was in getting to me. I had to take it to a FedEX location because TJ Maxx won’t pick up the package. I won’t shop online with them again. Be careful if you think you may return something!

    • Marie

      You can return to a retail store if that helps. That’s what I do to save myself the grief. But yeah their shipping can be a disaster.

  6. Marie

    I was literally looking for an online site for them today! I swear you all read my mind sometimes.

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