Free codes for Leap Pad apps!

Added 4/9/14 from a reader: Enter promo code EASTEREGG at the checkout page to receive a 25% off apps, books, games & accessories. Limit one discount offer per order.

Added 3/19/14: Awesome LEAP deals on Zulily today! The Monster University bundle is a great price, plus a Hello Kitty case is only $10.

Added 2/23/14: Get 15% off your app purchase direct from the Leap website. I have not tried to pair this offer with a Leap app card–but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. After all, one is a discount code/link, and the other is a form of payment or tender. So I think you probably could purchase a discounted app card from Amazon or some place, then use the discount code to buy the apps at 15% off and use your card to pay for it. Please leave a comment if you try it and let us know. Use THIS LINK and code FAMILY.

Added 2/14: Get a Leap Pad 2 for $79.99 shipped!

Added 11/30: Right now on Amazon, all Leap stuff is 40% off! (prices change quickly, sometimes hourly)

Remember prices change often on Amazon, so prices may not be valid when you see this post! Let me know and I will update.

We love our Leap Pad! But, the apps are more expensive than other apps and free apps are very hard to find. That’s why I really wanted to share these codes! I can’t even remember the last time they tossed out a freebie, it’s been many months.

Just $14.99 today! Click to see more!

Just $14.99 today! Click to see more!

Use the below codes to get 2 FREE apps and save $15 through your LeapFrog Connect account for your Leap Pad

Alphabet Stew – Regular Price $7.50 – FREE with Code  5813-0790-4610-4973

The Book of Super Awesome Stuff – Regular Price $7.50 with Code 5813-1140-1518-1413

Redeeming these codes is easy. Just go to your account and look for the orange or yellow button on the left hand side that says “redeem codes.” Enter the codes and voila, they’ll be added. I just did this myself prior to posting this and it worked. Hopefully you will get yours before the limit is reached. I loaded ours onto our account but not onto the device yet. We have to shuffle around to make room, ours is full.

Updated 11/30: Right now you can get the Leap Pad 2 Doc McStuffins setup for just $65! Thanks Saving By Design!

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If you are looking for deals, discounts and coupons for Leap stuff, make sure you are following me. I post stuff like this quite often, because I’m always searching for it myself. Right now you can use the code LEARN4FUN to get a $5 off $25 for your next purchase at Leap.

Also, if you want to load up on new apps and videos for summer road trips, the $20 app download card is just $16.26 today! Remember, prices on Amazon change all the time, so don’t delay if you think you want one.

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  1. amanda says

    go to the app center, in the right top corner next to your email there is an arrow click it and the redeem code should be in the list of options, tried it 12/9/2013 and the code still worked

      • Amy K says

        Walmart will price match with themselves. Print out a screen show of the $20 app card from their website and bring it to the store with you.

    • radekbosniak says

      I’m from Poland (EU) and both codes still working (download in 12 january). Maybe it’s technical problem.

  2. says

    25% off apps, books, games & accessories.

    Offer valid through 11:59PM PT 4/14/2014. Use code EASTEREGG.

    Enter promo code EASTEREGG at the checkout page to receive a 25% off apps, books, games & accessories. Limit one discount offer per order. This offer may not be combined with other offers or discounts requiring a promotion code that are applicable to the same item(s). Discount does not include tax and shipping. No adjustments can be made on prior sales. No substitutions or cash equivalents. Offer subject to change without notice. Offer void where prohibited or restricted by law. This offer is valid on http://www.leapfrog.com or the LeapFrog App Center.

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