The newly launched e-commerce site lets you score affordable finds without leaving the house.

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The treasure-hunt experience of shopping at HomeGoods just got a lot more convenient. The retailer where you can spend hours perusing aisle after aisle of affordable home accessories just launched an e-commerce site, so you can shop its amazing deals online for the first time ever.

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Although the brand has had an online presence at HomeGoods.com for some time, the site previously didn't offer any merchandise for purchase. The newly revamped, shoppable site now offers a similar selection of throw pillows, bedding, seasonal decor, storage solutions, and more that you can typically find in stores. New items are expected to drop regularly, including a collection of gifts and festive decorations launching just in time for the holiday season.

Best of all, you can score the online merchandise at the brand's signature budget-friendly prices, which are usually about 20-60% less than department store prices. And if you're not quite satisfied with an online purchase, you can return items via mail or in-store at one of the retailer's 800-plus locations nationwide.

"We are thrilled to bring a second way for our passionate shoppers to discover and shop an assortment they know and love," said John Ricciuti, president of HomeGoods, in a press release. "We hope our customers find the same excitement shopping HomeGoods online as they do exploring the aisles of our stores."

The launch comes after shopping habits drastically changed amid the coronavirus pandemic, with concerns about health and safety making online shopping more attractive than ever. Until now, HomeGoods had offered strictly in-store shopping since its launch in 1992, and the retailer was effectively closed during the nationwide shutdowns in spring 2020. However, as stores opened back up the following summer and fall, HomeGoods reported a 15% increase in sales compared to the same period last year.

The online store is now live and ready to shop, but if you prefer perusing in person, you can always head in-store to get your HomeGoods fix the old-fashioned way. Check the brand's website to see the hours of a location near you.

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