HomeGoods Is Making a Major Change and Fans Are Devastated

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HomeGoods Is No Longer Offering Online ShoppingJohn Greim - Getty Images


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There's no shopping experience comparable to the joy of strolling the aisles of your local HomeGoods, hunting for the lowest prices and the chicest finds — and, it seems the popular home retailer understands. Coming only two years after launching its online shopping experience, HomeGoods will shift its focus entirely to its in-store experience.

"We can confirm that we will no longer offer online shopping on HomeGoods.com after October 21, 2023," writes the brands official statement. "We will stop taking orders from customers at that time and complete our final shipments."

While the website will live on to provide decor inspiration and home trends to customers, it will no longer sell its current collection of kitchen gear, statement rugs, beautiful bedding, affordable furniture and home decor accessories (think candles, vases and mirrors).

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Customers may continue to shop at the 900-plus brick-and-mortar locations across the United States. China News Service - Getty Images

"We are excited to continue focusing on that 'treasure hunt' shopping experience that our customers love, and delivering incredible value on an ever-changing in-store selection of exciting top brands and home fashions from around the world, all at amazing prices," reads the retailer's official statement.

Much of the company's success can be attributed to the unique in-store shopping experience, which helps explain the home retailer's decision to shift its focus. According to the brand's official statement, we can expect "many more" brick-and-mortar stores to come... whether that means in 2024 or in the next few years, only time will tell.

In the meantime, HomeGoods' sister sites www.tjmaxx.com, www.marshalls.com, and www.sierra.com will remain shoppable — and you may even be able to track down some similar finds.

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