Retail therapy is great, but it’s even better when you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to get what you need (or just want). That’s why people love T.J. Maxx — and why they were understandably disappointed when the retailer shut their doors in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, including their online store. Thankfully, the company is now welcoming customers back to shop the deals on their website… with a few necessary adjustments.
A spokesperson for the company told TODAY that they’ve reopened the online stores for T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and Sierra. However, to keep their employees safe, those websites will limit the amount of orders they accept on a daily basis. That means you need to hit the site early if you want to nab some great discounts before they shut down. You can still browse their inventory after the window closes, but won’t be able to purchase until the next day.
As for all of the physical stores under the company umbrella, those are slowly being reopened as states lift their quarantine procedures across the country. In those cases, they are adding extra safety precautions for employees and customers alike — including face masks for all their staff and requesting shoppers also wear them while in the store. Some stores will also provide hours just for seniors above 60 years old who are more vulnerable to the virus. You can also expect stores to limit the amount of people they allow inside at the same time in order to continue social distancing measures.
If you’re worried about items you want to return before the regular amount of time they allow runs up, the company has adjusted those time limits to 30 days after your local store reopens and 40 days after the site reopens, rather than basing on the day you bought it.
You can check whether your town’s T.J. Maxx is opening their doors on the website’s store locator. In the meantime, we recommend checking out all of the budget-friendly finds you can get your hands!