How many stores does Target have – An analysis

Update on June 17th, 2018 

Target has 1849 stores in the USA.

Here is an updated map (click on the image for high resolution) :

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Store locations give a lot of insights on retail location planning and research for marketing professionals. We gathered data from Target.com and analyzed store listings found across cities in the U.S : 

Number of Target Stores in the US by State

Target TGT 87.9 -0.5 -0.5% stores are located across 1,249 cities, with California having the highest count of 278 stores.  The graph below shows the top 20 states with the largest number of target stores. 

 

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19.03% of Target stores are located in California while Texas comes second with 10.13%, followed by Florida with 8.35%.

 Stores Across Cities

Although California may have the highest number of stores, the city with the highest number of stores is Chicago, IL followed by Houston, TX and San Antonio, CA. 

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Take a look at the map of Target stores in the U.S. :

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Target stores are open for extended hours with 21% of stores (391 stores) having their opening and closing times from 8 AM to 10 PM. Most Target stores are open every day with only five stores closed on Sundays.

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