The retailer will continue to use Shipt, which it acquired in 2017, to fulfill orders for same-day delivery in 47 states.
Target's revamped same-day shopping service won't require a Shipt account.
Target is going all in on same-day delivery.
This isn't Target's first foray into the same-day fray; the retailer acquired same-day delivery service Shipt for $550 million in 2017.
In January, Target expanded its Shipt service to include all major product categories.
In a presentation provided to Business Insider, Target said that one out of five of its same-day orders were placed by customers who'd never put in a digital Target order before.