Rite Aid: Free Physician’s Formula products, Nivea for Men and more deals

Here are some additional deals at Rite Aid deals this week, with thanks to For the Mommas and The Thrifty Couple:

Physician’s Formula products – Prices start at $5
Use $1/1 coupon from the 4/18 or 5/23 SmartSource insert
Stack with $5/1 Rite Aid printable
Free plus overage after coupons

Nivea for Men – $5.99
Buy 6 and use 6 $3/1 coupon from the 5/2 RedPlum insert
Get instant discount of $18 ($3 per bodywash)
Plus, submit for $5 Single Check Rebate (#555)
Free plus $5 overage after coupons

Clearasil – $5.29
Use $2/1 printable
Stack with $3/1 Video Values Coupon
$0.29 after coupon

Veet – $6.49
Use $3/1 printable
Stack with $3/1 Video Values Coupon
$0.49 after coupon

Bengay Pain Relief & Massage – $7.49
Use $5/1 printable
Stack with $1/1 Video Values Coupon
$1.49 after coupon

See more deals at Rite Aid this week here.

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  1. Michelle says

    I think there’s a problem with the Nivea for Men deal above. Isn’t this what you said:

    Buy 6 bodywashes @ $5.99 each=$35.94
    Use 6 $3 coupons-$18
    Total $17.94
    Get back $5 rebate
    You pay $12.94 out of pocket.

    Even if you use a $5/$25, it would still be $7.94 out of pocket. You would qualify for the $5 rebate just by buying 3 bodywashes. And if you use a $5/$20 and get a small free filler item, it would be a better deal, right?

    • says

      From what I understand, you get an instant discount of $3 per body wash, plus a $5 rebate for spending $15 on Nivea *after* coupons — which should add up to being a $5 overage. I think… but my math could be off!

      5.99 x 6 minus $18 for the instant discount, minus $18 for the 6 $3/1 coupons = $0 out of pocket and a $5 rebate.

      • Michelle says

        @Crystal, I wonder if the instant discount is regional, because I tried to buy the body washes yesterday in GA, and they rang up $5.99 each. Your math would be correct if the body washes are $2.99 each, though.

  2. says

    Hi!
    I am trying to figure out how the Nivea Bodywash is free w/ $5 overage if it is $5.99, or $2.99 after the coupon… and I am trying to figure out why you would have to buy 6 of them instead of just 3 to get to $15… can you explain? Thank you! :)

  3. Jessica says

    I *believe* these are b1g1 50% off, so $2.99 comes off 1 for every 2 you buy. So you pay $9 for 2.

  4. Jessica says

    Sorry was thinking of another store’s ad. Here is the details about Nivea…

    NIVEA Skin Care or Nivea for Men Regular Retail $5.99 – $19.99 $5 REBATE AVAILABLE ON $15 NIVEA FOR MEN PURCHASES, See in-store Single Check Rebates Directory for details Single Check Rebate offer requires sign up at riteaid.com/SCR or by mail.

    Price: $3.00 Off
    Valid Until:06/05/2010

    So it should be $2.99 after sale!

  5. Maggie says

    Does anyone know if there still is a 20% off purchase on every first Tuesday using the Rewards or Wellness card?

  6. Jessica says

    Just to let everyone know apparently these are not part of the sale. Most stores have these from $4.99 to $5.49 so therefore not in the price range and not taking the $3 off.

  7. Felicia says

    I just wanted to give everyone a tip about the physicians formula most of the new bronzers have five dollar coupons on them

  8. Suz says

    The Physicians Formula coupon you have a link for here is a manufacturer’s coupon, so it would not stack with another man. coupon.

    • says

      @Suz,

      according to their policy though, the wellness coupons are concidered Rite Aid coupons even though they have “manufactor” written on them, therefore you can stack w/ manufactor coupon. :)

  9. Lorie says

    Your link to more Rite Aid deals is linking back to this page. Thought you might want to fix it. ;-)