In an effort to meet the skyrocketing demand for social distancing supplies, Amazon is only restocking essential goods in its warehouses through at least April 5. Some customers hoping to take advantage of convenient Prime shipping can expect to wait up to a month for many items, meaning it’s time to diversify your online shopping habits.
To help, we’ve rounded up a long list of stores to fill the Amazon-shaped hole in your heart. Though many of the retailers below have shuttered their physical locations, all are still fulfilling online orders at this time and can deliver essential and nonessential goods alike. Most big box stores like Target, Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Overstock are still up and running online, and offer a huge variety of products in the categories below.
The unfortunate truth is that pretty much all retailers are experiencing some shipping delays due to the pandemic, but you will still get what you need delivered within a few days.
But if you have a favorite clothing, game, or homegoods shop nearby, this is a great time to check if it’s completing online orders; many small stores are waiving or reducing shipping fees in the wake of social distancing, and you’ll be supporting your local economy.
Without further ado, here are stores to supplement your Amazon shopping in the coming weeks.
You can still shop Overstock’s huge selection of furniture and home goods, including rugs, pillows, curtains and more. Plus, shipping is free on everything sitewide.
Wayfair is continuing to offer free shipping on orders over $49 and has increased cleaning frequency across its facilities.
World Market is still delivering its eclectic inventory of pillows, rugs, knickknacks, lamps and other decor items.
New York’s Museum of Modern Art may be closed, but its beloved design store is still taking online orders.
Article is shipping its modern designs out as usual, though the company has switched over to totally contactless delivery (meaning there are no in-room assembly services).
The superstore is continuing to deliver as usual.
Target has a famously huge and affordable home decor section. In addition to continued shipping, it’s offering drive-up options for goods purchased online to be brought to your car.
Crate & Barrel’s hip younger brother will continue to offer in-home furniture delivery and has taken added precautions when it comes to sanitizing its facilities.
West Elm will still deliver its midcentury modern decor to your home despite physical store closures.
Shop a gorgeous (though pricey) collection of unique decor, now with a longer 60-day return period and free mail-in returns.
UO has a large selection of chic and (slightly more) affordable decor that we promise won’t make your home look like a dorm room.
Serena & Lily is fulfilling orders as usual, and it’s also offering the option to postpone delivery for 30 days free of charge for items eligible for white glove service.
H&M has a very chic, affordable home section, and is offering free returns on everything and free shipping on orders over $25.
Tools and home improvement
Home Depot is still open for in-person shopping with reduced hours and delivery. The company is also prioritizing frequent restocking of cleaning supplies.
Lowe’s is also continuing to deliver home supplies and keeping physical stores open with reduced hours in order to clean the store.
Sears has a large tool section and is shipping as usual.
Acme Tools is still touting next-day shipping, free for orders over $199.
Tool Barn is an online-only retailer with a huge selection of products. Snag free shipping on most orders over $199.
Harbor Freight stores are opening with limited hours and offering online shopping.
Tool Nut offers free shipping on orders over $99, and a flat-rate shipping fee of $8 on all other orders.
Physical stores remain open and shipping across the country. Curbside pickup is also available.
Stores remain open with limited hours, and delivery and curbside pickup are available as well.
Plenty of containers, plus cleaning supplies, storage options and other household goods are available online.
Low-cost furniture, bedding, decor and supplies are all still being sold online.
Both Home Depot and Lowe’s have large selections of large and small appliances.
The store is still doing online orders, though demand and New York’s mandatory shelter-in-place order may delay ship times.
Costco is still including free basic hookups and haul-aways with its appliance deliveries.
Sears is still shipping its huge range of refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens and more.
Best Buy is offering doorstep delivery, curbside pickup, as well as drive-up pickup (meaning the goods will be brought to your car).
Staples sells toasters, refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves and other appliances in addition to office supplies, and is offering free delivery with no shipping minimum.
Best Buy, of course, also has a huge selection of home electronics.
Newegg is still shipping everything from webcams to massage chairs.
Costco sells pretty much everything, including TVs, computers, tablets and speakers.
The B&H NYC retail location along with its online store will be closed April 7 to April 17. After that the electronic superstore will only be accepting online orders.
The video game superstore also has a healthy selection of monitors, media players and other electronics.
Fishpond lists thousands of electronics for sale on its website (in addition to products in just about every category on this list).
Clothing and apparel
Most department stores are still fulfilling orders, as are many smaller boutiques. Check with your favorite indie designers to see if you can place an order online.
Shipping times may be longer than Zappos’ typical lightning-fast turnaround, but you’ll still get your goods.
Nordstrom is still shipping online orders but has shut down all retail stores in the U.S. and Canada, which means no curbside pickup for the time being.
Shop this trendy women’s online boutique offering free shipping on orders of $75 or more and “easy returns” within 30 days of purchase.
The popular site claims things are “business as usual” while “working hard to make deliveries as safe as possible.” It has also extended the return period to 90 days.
Revolve offers tons of designer and mid-range pieces, always with free shipping and returns.
Shopbop has thousands of name-brand shoes, coats, clothes and accessories, often with two-day shipping.
Lulus’ affordable and very on-trend women’s clothing is shipping as usual.
The hip boutique offers free shipping on all US orders.
Hundreds of name-brand shoes for adults and kids alike, with free shipping on all orders.
REI is offering free standard shipping on all online orders, even as its physical stores remain closed through March 27.
Dick’s is offering free shipping on orders over $25, plus the option of contactless curbside pickup.
Backcountry is continuing to ship its large selection of outdoor gear and clothing.
Moosejaw is still offering free two-day shipping on orders over $49.
Spend $50 and get free two-day shipping.
As with Cabela’s, Bass Pro Shops is offering free two-day FedEx delivery on orders over $50.
Chewy has a huge selection of pet products and excellent customer service. Shipping is free on orders over $49, though Chewy warns that delivery times are longer than the usual one- to two-day timeframe due to increased demand.
Petco is still touting free one- or two-day shipping on orders over $35.
Grooming salons are closed, but PetSmart is still shipping all the supplies for your pet. Plus, it’s offering curbside pickup with updated store hours.
Its supply isn’t as extensive as the three sites above, but 1-800-PetMeds is still offering free two-day shipping on orders over $49.
Pet Mountain offers free shipping on orders over $49, as well as a selection of bulk deals.
Lots of home stores also have surprisingly robust dedicated pet sections. Try your luck at Target, Walmart, Overstock, and Kohl’s (even though Kohl’s physical stores are closed for now). Fresh food delivery services like NomNomNow and The Farmer’s Dog are also still delivering as usual with no anticipated service disruptions.
Buy Buy Baby is still offering same-day delivery on many items and curbside pickup available at all stores.
Another option for registering or buying one-off baby products from a large inventory.
Subscribe for diaper and wipe deliveries and get 17% off every month.
The company offers free shipping this whole week, plus an extended, 60-day return period.
Physical stores are closed, but the company continues to restock items online as quickly as possible and has also upped its return policy to 240 days.
Ulta offers a huge range of beauty products, from drugstore to high-end, and is still offering free shipping on orders over $35.
Retail stores are shuttered through April 3, but you can still shop online (and get fully sealed free samples with your order). Plus you can get free shipping on every order until May 1 with code FREESHIP.
Dermstore is still shipping orders and has bumped up its return window to 90 days.
Shop a wide selection of K-beauty supplies with free shipping on orders over $35 and a free gift with orders over $75.
Oh Lolly is another retailer that specializes in K-beauty products. Snag free US shipping on orders over $50.
Nordstrom stocks and delivers many high-end makeup and skin care brands.
Birchbox subscriptions are continuing as normal, and you can also shop full-size versions of all products.
Health and drugstore items
Tons of vitamins and supplements, plus containers, apparel and skin care products, are available online.
Most drugstores are remaining open (though often with altered hours). If you can’t (or don’t want to) go in person, CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart, Health Warehouse and Target all sell hundreds of drugstore and pharmacy items online.
Staples is currently offering free delivery on all orders.
Everything you need to work remotely, shipped as soon as the next day on orders over $45.
Office Supply is offering free shipping when you spend $45.
Paper Source sells stationery, pens, calendars, craft supplies and gift packaging. Free shipping on orders over $50 and $7 flat rate 2-day shipping on all other orders.
All orders ship free with no minimum.
Toys and games
GameStop carries thousands of video game titles, plus other toys and electronics. The company is offering free shipping on orders over $35, plus contactless pickup at its stores.
Games, toys and, of course, books are still shipping, with free shipping on orders over $35. Curbside pickup is also available.
Fat Brain specializes in educational toys, and offers a flat rate $3.99 shipping on all orders.
The site seems to have everything, including thousands of toys and games.
This woman-owned and -operated shop based in Brooklyn sells handcrafted toys and is still fulfilling online orders.
This NYC-based shop with a huge selection of board games is continuing to fulfill online orders.
Yes, it still exists, and yes, it is still shipping.
Note: The prices above reflect the retailer’s listed price at the time of publication.