Do you love the convenience of Amazon Prime ordering, shipping and it's at your door the next day or within a couple of days, depending?  Do you wish all shopping could be this easy? Even easier than the whole curb-side pick up system?

You may be in luck.

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Or - you may not want to pay to have this convenience.  It seems that not everyone wants to pay to shop somewhere, as we have found out with warehouse membership stores like Costco and Sam's Club.  But, if you do like some of the perks that you can get with a membership program, this may be coming very soon to Target stores.

Apparently Target is considering this program to help boost some of their lagging sales from the last few years.

Target (TGT.N), opens new tab is weighing a new paid membership program for its customers similar to Amazon (AMZN.O), opens new tab and Walmart (WMT.N), opens new tab, Bloomberg News reported, opens new tab on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The new program, internally titled as Project Trident, could launch as soon as this year, the report said, without giving details about the pricing of the membership program
If this program is implemented, there is no word on what the cost will be per year, or if you can also have the option to pay monthly.  Right now, Amazon Prime will charge monthly, with a yearly total of $139.  WalMart does have a membership program - Walmart Plus which costs $98 per year.
With free shipping, which is rumored to be part of the program, would consumers be more apt to shop with Target instead of Amazon?  It probably also depends on a return policy as Amazon makes it extremely easy to return through either Kohl's or the UPS store.
Right now, plans have not been officially finalized, but expect this to happen likely at some point this year.

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