Schools start up again very soon, which means back to school shopping has already started. The National Retail Federation estimates parents will spend $688 on each child for back to school. Clothes and supplies are the biggest items that people are looking for and that have made some department stores extra busy. Target is one example of this, but they have developed a way to help themselves, and their customers. The method is called “pay on-line and pick-up in store.” Their guests can shop for items online and as long as they are available in store. Then Target employees will go find their items on the floor, all the customer has to do is come to the store and pick their items up. This should make for a less strenuous back to school shopping experience.