Hold the Presses: *Hot* Deal on Leapster2

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Last night I told you about the Amazon deal on the Leapster2 for under $40. That’s a pretty good price, especially considering that two-day shipping is FREE.

But this morning, I saw that Leap Frog is offering an even better bundle deal. You will need to spend a little more out of pocket, but you will get the Leapster2 Game System with three games and free shipping (standard, not two-day) for just $56.47.

Here’s how to work the deal:

Select either the Disney Fairy Tale Learning Pack or the Disney Pixar Gift Pack, both of which come with the Leapster2 Game System and three games. The sale price on both gift packs is $89.99.

You will automatically get $20 off for spending $75 of more.

Then use the coupon code 15EMAILQ3 to save an additional 15%. Your total before tax will be $56.47. Shipping is free when you spend over $50.

When compared to the Amazon deal, that’s like getting three games for just $16.51 — when they normally retail for $20 – $25 each!

You can further sweeten your savings by clicking to Leap Frog through Ebates, where they are giving away 3% cashback.

If you’re new to Ebates, you will also get a $5 sign-up bonus, making your total for the Gift Pack just $49.78. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this is the best deal you will find this season on the Leapster2 and three games!

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  1. I have an email saying if you use coupon code SAVE20 you can save an additional 20%.


  2. When I first found your blog, I really enjoyed it- it was great to read tips for saving money and how to live a thrifty but fulfilling life.

    Lately, though, it seems that most posts are about fun items that are on sale. Yes, I realize they’re cheaper than usual, but it’s still just showing people how to spend more and more money- $20 on a game here, $20 on a toy there. Is this just because of the holiday season? If so, that’s understandable and I will look forward to your “old-time” posts once the season is over.

    • Sherri — Thanks for your comment. I started answering your question and it was turning into a novella. So instead, I will include this in an upcoming Reader Q&A.

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