T.J. Maxx FINALLY Relaunched Its Online Store, and We’re Filling Our Virtual Carts

Calling all Maxxinistas!

On a hypothetical list of the most magical department stores, T.J. Maxx would certainly be near the top. Seriously, it’s a one-stop shop with deals on everything from designer duds to housewares and random gourmet foods. It’s impossible to walk out of there without buying something.

But lately, because of COVID-19, we haven’t even been able to walk in. For us Maxxinistas, that’s been difficult, and since T.J. Maxx shut down online ordering, too we just… couldn’t shop there. Thankfully, that’s soon to change, because T.J. Maxx relaunched its online store!

Get Your Hands on Unbelievable Deals

You can shop all the same categories as the in-person stores, including housewares and home goods. If you’re seriously searching for deals, you can try Marshall’s online site, too, since they’re part of the same company and back up and running.

In-person stores were forced to close in late March because of the pandemic, and there’s no official word on when they’ll reopen. However, when they do, they’ll be implementing changes like asking customers to wear face masks and installing plastic shields at the checkout counters. But in the meantime, this is an awesome alternative that’s safe for everyone.

Beware the Order Limit, Though!

Unfortunately, there’s a catch. T.J. Maxx is only allowing a certain number of orders every day, so once the limit is reached, no one can buy anything online until the next day.

Yeah, it’s frustrating. But there are ways to purchase within the retailer’s limits; we think it’s best to place orders as early as you can in the day, in order to improve your chances of being able to buy your stuff. And hey, if today’s not your day, you can always try again tomorrow or check out incredible deals on Amazon.

Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.