What Is the Difference Between a SuperTarget and a Regular Target?

SuperTargets are Target stores that opened in November 2015 and are larger than conventional Target stores. SuperTargets, which first opened in 1995, were the only Target stores to sell food until 2009, when thousands of regular Target stores around the country began stocking the same products.

Over the next decade, more than 200 other SuperTarget stores followed, with the first one opening in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1995. These stores sold everything a standard Target does, plus groceries, and were significantly larger (the largest one was 204,000 square feet), until 2009, when Target began adding grocery sections to all of its locations.

Pfresh stores are simply regular Target stores that have added grocery selections. In order to avoid the hassle of charging customers based on the weight of their purchases, some supermarkets do not have their own bakeries or delis but instead sell pre-packaged goods. However, Target stores that sell only general products and no food are still open, despite being on average 1,500 square feet smaller than PFresh stores.

Starbucks Coffee, Pizza Hut Express, Taco Bell Express, Target Pharmacy, photo studio, Target Optical, Target Mobile, and a Wells Fargo or U.S. Bank office are just few of the extras found in many SuperTargets. The PFresh Target stores also offer a lot of similar amenities.

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