Target (TGT) has expanded its Drive Up service to customers in all 50 states, offering consumers the option to order online and pickup orders from their car at no additional charge.

The Drive Up service is touted by Target as a “no membership required” delivery service that may be the retailers answer to Amazon’s announced one-day shipping. According to Target, it is the first retailer to offer a drive-up ordering service in every U.S. state.

“We’ve heard the message loud and clear from our guests: They absolutely love the ease and convenience of Drive Up, whether they’re shopping for household essentials, road trip snacks or baby gear,” Dawn Block, senior vice president, digital at Target said.

“So our team has worked hard to rapidly expand the service since its introduction less than two years ago to all 50 states. And the work’s not done. The team’s continuing to find ways to make the service even better,” she added.

To use Target’s Drive Up service, customers can shop the Target app and select Drive Up at checkout. Once Target notifies customers that their order is ready for pickup, which the company said is “often within an hour,” shoppers just need to notify the store that they are heading out to pick up their order.

There are designated parking spots at stores for Drive Up customers, where Target promises to load up shopper’s vehicles in “less than two minutes.” As an added bonus to customers, Target hints at free product samples for customers that choose its Drive Up service, which it calls “another perk” of shopping online.

The Drive Up service is now offered at Target nearly 1,750 store locations, rolling out most recently in Alaska, Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming, the company said.

In2019, Target filled almost 5 million orders as part of its Drive Up service, more than doubling its orders in 2018.

Shares of Target stock were down 0.26 percent as of 12:58 a.m. ET on Friday.