NEWS FLASH: Today only, Wed Nov 12–Leap stuff is today’s Amazon GOLD BOX DEALS! Great prices and it is selling out FAST.
Hi there and welcome to a very popular blog post–free codes for Leap Pads! Everyone loves free Leap apps and we love our Leap Pad and Leap Pad 2. The free Leap Pad app codes are below, but just wanted to let you know a few things. In addition to the codes for the free Leap apps, there is other good information in this post. I update it at least monthly with the latest and greatest deals on Leap Pads and Leap Pad 2 accessories. So make sure you read it carefully, and please know that the prices were valid at the time the post was done. Some sites like Amazon change their prices quite frequently. Also, on Page 2 of this post, you will find instructions on How to Redeem FREE Leap Pad 2 codes.
November 2014 deals on Leap Pads and Leap Pad accessories
LeapFrog promo code page- the main page on the Leap site where they update what their current promotions are. Will include all Leap products, not just the Leap Pad.
Get 20% your order of $20 or more at the Leap online store. Expires 11/11/14.
FREE SHIPPING on all orders $40 or more at Leap.
Get an additional 20% off sale items at the Leap store.
I don’t know how long this $10 off $100 for Kmart is good for, but as of today 11/5, the Leap Pad Ultra is just $109, and you’d get free shipping over $75….so it would be $99 shipped for the Leap Pad Ultra!
Edited, 11/06: The Leap Pad Backpack is still a hot deal at just about $10! As of this posting, it is showing at $10.33
Another good Amazon deal is the Leap Pad 2 bundle for just $59 shipped. You know what, I know that the Leap Pad 2 is not the latest and greatest…but it is still a great toy, especially for the younger ones. Personally I would not buy a 3 or an Ultra for my 3 or 4-year-old, but I did buy mine a 2. He’s 5 now and still uses it and he really doesn’t need wifi access. The Leap Pad 2 bundle at this price is available in pink, green and Doc McStuffins and offers the following features:
- Create, learn and explore with the #1 kids tablet. Now with an included one-step recharger pack – a $40 value!
- Features front-and-back 2 megapixel cameras/video recorders, eReader, music player, motion sensor, 5-Inch touch screen and 4GB memory.
- LeapPad2 Power includes 9 apps (onboard and downloadable): Photo Lab, Art Studio, Pet Pad, LeapFrog Learning Songs and more.
- Works with LeapFrog’s educator-approved library of over 800+ games, eBooks, videos and more.
- LeapFrog is the leader in educational tablets for kids. Ages 3-9 years.
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.
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.
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.
Remember, prices on Amazon change all the time, so don’t delay if you think you want one.
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