Toys R Us is back online with Target’s help — but you can’t actually buy anything on its website (TGT)

ToysRUs.com Toys R Us relaunched its website with help from Target on Tuesday — however, shoppers looking to make a purchase will be redirected to Target.com.  Instead, ToysRUs.com will serve to provide "in-depth product reviews" and "hot toy lists to help shoppers pick out the perfect toys and gifts for kids of all ages," according to Target's blog.  Target will also help with fulfillment at Toys R Us' forthcoming experiential retail stores, slated to open later this fall in Houston, Texas, and Paramus, New Jersey.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Toys R Us relaunched its website on Tuesday, but you can't actually buy anything directly from the site.  Instead, when shoppers are ready to make a purchase, they will be redirected to Target.com, which has teamed with Toys R Us to power the new site. While users can't actually shop ToysRUs.com, they can browse "in-depth product reviews" and "hot toy lists to help shoppers pick out the perfect toys and gifts for kids of all ages." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This animated map shows where Starbucks, Dunkin', and McDonald's coffee comes fromSee Also:A new drink combines cold brew coffee and malt liquor. Here's what we thought of it.Target stores are getting surprise visits from company inspectors and managers following workers' reports of unsafe backroomsHow McDonald's is spending millions of dollars to regain its crown as drive-thru kingSEE ALSO: The top 10 toys of the holiday season sold at Walmart, Amazon, and Target according to experts