Target is getting ready for the holidays with a big multichannel push that includes expanding its in-store pick-up program for products ordered online to all of its U.S. stores by Nov. 1 — a service that is now available in about half of the chain’s locations.
Target will run an ad campaign Dec. 1 through Dec. 3 that promotes deals during Cyber Monday and the rest of Cyber week.
Target’s overall holiday campaign, themed “My Kind Of Holiday,” will extend across all channels, including broadcast, radio, in-store, catalogs, digital and social media.
Beginning in November, Target will invite consumers to join the conversation by using the hashtag #MyKindofHoliday. The company is also bringing social media into its stores and its catalogs. Starting Nov. 18, Target will highlight about 100 holiday products across all areas of its stores that have been trending well on Pinterest. It will also make reference to Pinterest in its holiday catalogs.
In other key initiatives, the discounter is extending the timeframe of its price match policy for the holiday season beyond the typical-seven day window. If a customer purchases a qualifying item at Target between Nov. 1 and Dec. 21 and then finds it for less at Target.com, a local competitor’s printed ad or at select online retailers, Target will match the price.