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HomeGoods’ Online Store Has Finally Gone Live

A set of cookware, a fall blanket, and two his and hers wine mugs.
HomeGoods

We’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is HomeGoods’ highly anticipated online store is officially open. The bad news is all your expendable cash is probably going to be gone.

Last year, the retailer known for its budget pricing on everything from pots and pans to furniture, announced it would be launching a virtual shopping option for customers. While HomeGoods already had a website, it was basically just for information purposes, not shopping.

Now, the retailer has caught up with its sister store, T.J.Maxx, which launched its website way back in 2013.

As for what to expect from the site, nearly every section (except food and beverage) is now also online. Currently, there’s also a plethora of seasonal décor, including pillows and throws, a cornucopia of Rae Dunn drinkware, and tons of cookware.

New merchandise will be added weekly, so keep checking in if you’re looking for something specific. If you order something you don’t love, you can return it via a return label for a refund or take it back to your local store.

So, if you’re still decorating for fall or Halloween, be sure to check HomeGoods online.

[Via Apartment Therapy]

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