HomeGoods fans, rejoice! 

The cult favorite store where you can find extremely affordable wares for your, well, home has only been a brick-and-mortar retailer. Until now.

Yes, that’s right: HomeGoods is finally launching online shopping in 2021. “We believe that current HomeGoods customers and new customers alike will love having the opportunity to shop our unique selection, great brands, and incredible values not just in-store, but also from anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.,” the brand said in a statement to People. “We look forward to bringing our treasure hunt experience online and hope our customers will enjoy this new way to ‘Go Finding.'”

“To both leverage our strength in the home category and capitalize on our market share growth opportunities, we are pleased to share that we plan to rollout e-commerce on later next year,” Ernie Herrman, CEO and president of The TJX Companies, Inc. (which owns HomeGoods), said in a press release. TJX Companies also houses other fan-favorite brands like T.J. Maxx and Marshalls. 

Fans online are very excited about this news. “Yaaaaaassssssssss!!!! Thank you HomeGoods Gods! Now I don’t have to walk into a different HomeGoods store everyday and just shop from home!!” one person tweeted. “About damn time! Getting my credit card ready as we speak,” another wrote. 

Someone else wrote, “I’m so hyped about homegoods making a website where we can now do online shopping,” while a fourth posted, “@HomeGoods is launching an online store in 2021. There is hope!!!! #homegoods.”

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We don’t have an exact date for the launch of the HomeGoods website, but you should probably start saving money now—and throwing out your old pots and pans. You’re going to want to buy everything. I know I will. New kitchen, new year, am I right? 





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