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True HomeGoods fans — or people who don’t live anywhere near a HomeGoods — have been waiting a LONG time for HomeGoods to set up shop online.
Wait no longer! The TJMaxx-affiliated store has launched a brand-new homegoods.com, and the HomeGoods faithful are freaking out!
Here’s what you need to know:
HomeGoods has hand-picked more than 2,100 products for their website.
You won’t find everything that’s at your local HomeGoods store, but the new website offers curated lists of seasonal, decor/pillows, bed/bath, kitchen and pet products.
You can sort by price at HomeGoods.com.
Like TJMaxx.com, the HomeGoods website has a few advantages over shopping in stores.
The biggest upside? You don’t have to scour inventory piece by piece; the site lets you filter by price range and sort from lowest to highest price, if you choose.
No clearance, but 69% of the inventory is $25 or less.
One of the big strengths of sister company TJMaxx’s website is the abundance of clearance items.
HomeGoods.com doesn’t have a clearance section; the lowest priced item we could find was $4.99 — and that was for two different dog teething rings.
That said, 69% of the 2,170 products listed on the website fall within the “Under $25” price range. The next largest price group is $25-$50, with 24% of the total inventory.
Spend $119 to get free shipping.
While TJMaxx only requires $89+ orders for free shipping, HomeGoods needs another 30 bucks.
Once you get $119 in your cart, check out using coupon code SHIP119 for free shipping.
Otherwise, shipping costs $14.99.
Allow 5-10 days for standard shipping, and if you want to pay $35-$47 extra, you can get express shipping (3-4 days) or expedited shipping (2-3 days).
You can return your online purchases to HomeGoods stores.
Save yourself the hassle of re-shipping! Just bring the item in with proof of purchase.
HomeGoods.com accepts TJX stores’ gift cards.
One of the best things we learned while finding TJMaxx shopping hacks was that all of the stores of the TJX parent company play nice when it comes to gift cards.
Of course you can use your HomeGoods gift card at HomeGoods.com, but if you have a TJMaxx or Marshalls gift card, those will work, too.