Target (TGT) is now offering same-day delivery service 65,000 items through Shipt. According to Target, purchases may arrive as soon as an hour after placing an order online.

Customers will also be able to pay with their Target REDcard to receive five percent off their purchases in addition to taking advantage of weekly ad promos, where Target gift cards are presented.

The same-day delivery service is eligible on items such as groceries, household essentials, pet products, baby items, and more. Target purchased delivery service Shipt in 2017 for $550 million.

Customers can sign up for a free four-week trial of Shipt’s delivery service or pay a $9.99 delivery fee for each order through Target. The company said this will give shoppers the “benefit of same-day shipping without having to commit to an annual membership.” Annual memberships with Shipt are $99.

“With same-day delivery now available directly within the experience, we’ve made it even easier for our guests to shop at Target—while still getting the great value, curated product assortment and helpful guest service they’ve come to expect,” Dawn Block, senior vice president, digital, said.

Target’s same-day delivery service comes as Walmart and Amazon announced one-day delivery service options.

Shares of Target stock were up 0.33 percent as of 10:52 a.m. ET on Thursday.

Pictured: Customers leave a Target store on Aug. 14, 2003 in Springfield, Virginia. Alex Wong/Getty Images