Find & Save Review

#sponsored I recently had the chance to review the Find&Save website. If you like to shop sales this is the site for you. I’m always using coupons and trying to find the best deal so when I was given this opportunity I jumped at the chance. I thought this would be great for my readers as well, as I know a lot of you are couponers and deal finders as well.

As soon as I went to their website, it recognized the area I was from and brought up all the ads for the week from my area! I thought that was wonderful to have them all in one place. Since I coupon and sit down to figure out my plan for the week, I usually have to go to each retail website to pull up each ad. To have all of the ads in one place is super convenient.
findnsavescreenshotOnce you find the ad you’re looking for you just click on it, and it opens right up. You can view it just like viewing the flyer or in a grid set up. When you click on the ad, it will also pull up a map to where the store is near you, even more than one location if there is one. This feature is really convenient if you’re out of town and looking for a store without having to hunt all over the place.

I’m actually getting ready to go to Target, so I was able to pull up the Target ad and flip through each page of the flyer.
findsavetargetAs you can see on the left is the map I mentioned above, and the blue arrows shows where you can flip through each page of the flyer. On the left it also tells you what dates the ad you’re looking at will run through.

I liked how all of these were in a pin board type layout, the sales/stores were super easy to find and had all of the main ads that I need. CVS, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Rite Aid, and many more. There are even items pictured that are on sale at stores near you that don’t really have an ad, like Ann Taylor, Pier 1 Imports, Dick’s, Dillards, Old Navy and more. Once you click on a picture of something for sale, you can see other items that are on sale as well. You can also make lists, receive emails with sales that are ending, and share sales over various social media platforms.

Find&Save is also viewable on mobile, android tablets, and iPads.

Find&Save will be a site that I use regularly and I highly recommend it. I’m so glad I had the chance to review this site because it’s a great resource for a couponer and deal finder such as myself. I can’t wait to use this when Black Friday comes around.

Disclosure: I received compensation for my review of the above mentioned product. All opinions and words are 100% my own and were not influenced in anyway. I only share products that I believe my readers would be interested in.


  1. Bianca Rivera says:

    Do you show them the ad on your phone to recieve the discount?

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