The retail chain is looking to help shoppers stopping in for a few quick items by designing an entrance just for them that gets them in and out in minutes

There's nothing worse than popping into the store for one or two quick items, only to be stuck in a long line on the way out. Target is looking to give customers in a time-crunch a better shopping experience by building them their own newly redesigned grocery department with self check-out stations, online order pick-up, and even special parking spots, all set up to cut down on waiting time. The other entrance, meant for shoppers coming in to browse at their leisure ,will feature merchandise from several different departments including apparel and jewelry. 40 Targets will be updated with this new design by October 2017, with 500 stores in total getting the model upgrade within the next two years.

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There's nothing worse than popping into the store for one or two quick items, only to be stuck in a long line on the way out. Target is looking to give customers in a time-crunch a better shopping experience by building them their own newly redesigned grocery department with self check-out stations, online order pick-up, and even special parking spots, all set up to cut down on waiting time. The other entrance, meant for shoppers coming in to browse at their leisure ,will feature merchandise from several different departments including apparel and jewelry. 40 Targets will be updated with this new design by October 2017, with 500 stores in total getting the model upgrade within the next two years.