Dec 6, 2013

Best Price on LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Power Learning Tablet for Only $64.99! (Ret. $99.99) *Hot*

Dec
6
2013
Friday

There is a super hot price drop on this LeapFrog LeapPad 2 Power Learning Tablet for only $64.99 plus free shipping!! (Ret. $99) This is the lowest price ever on amazon and anywhere else that I’m seeing online!

Select super-saver shipping to get this item shipped free or get free 2-day shipping with Amazon Prime (free 30 day trial available).

  • Create, learn and explore with the #1 kids’ learning tablet. Now with an included one-step recharger pack – a $40 value!
  • Features front-and-back 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.

Click to see the LeapPad 2 deal on amazon!

Be sure to check out all of the latest Amazon Toy Deals and Amazon Toy Lightning Deals for more great gift ideas and savings!

NOTE: The prices on Amazon can vary from one minute to the next. I can make no guarantees that the price will be the same as the one above when you click on the Amazon link. Let me know in the comments section below if the price changes and I will get the post updated as soon as possible.

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Apr 17, 2012

Leapfrog Leapster Learning Game- 58% Off!

Apr
17
2012
Tuesday

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This is a great deal if your looking for Leapster games! LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Scholastic Get Puzzled is just $10.50 (reg $24.99!) and is eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over $25!

List Price: $24.99
Current Price: $16.97
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(Thanks, She Saved!)

NOTE: The prices on Amazon can vary from one minute to the next. I can make no guarantees that the price will be the same as the one above when you click on the Amazon link. Let me know in the comments section below if the price changes and I will get the post updated as soon as possible.

More great Amazon Deals!

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Nov 14, 2009

Target Price-Matching Policy Change

Nov
14
2009
Saturday

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I’m so sorry that several of you had trouble with the Leapfrog Alphabet Pal deal at Target yesterday. I’ve done a good amount of research on why this happened and I wanted to let you all know what I found out.

Target’s list of exclusions in their price matching policy were originally listed HERE on July 12th of this year. The exclusions listed here are:

* Target.com or online retail promotion
* Competitor’s Free Product
* GiftCards
* Limited quantity items
* Open box or damaged
* Clearance or closeout
* Mail-in offers
* Services (warranties, assembly, etc.)
* Bundle offers
* Special order
* Sales-tax promotions
* Liquidation/going out of business
* Special financing
* Coupons
* Used or previously owned
* Display merchandise
* Pricing or typographical errors
* Club or loyalty

These exclusions, though, were only in their original press release (at the link above) and not listed out on their official “Price Matching Policy” page in their FAQ section. All the official page said was that some exclusions apply.

Yesterday, after Target got bombarded with calls and emails about the Toys R’ Us 2-day ad, they decided to make their policy clearer, so they added the following to their price-matching policy page (which originally just said that some exclusions apply):

* Online retail promotions or products advertised on another company’s web or mobile sites, even those advertising in-store prices.
* Competitor’s free product, bundled offers, or special purchases
* Gift cards and coupon-required offers
* Sales tax promotions
* Timed events (e.g., early bird, doorbusters)
* Limited time or quantity items
* Damaged product or opened packaging
* Clearance or closeout items
* Prices advertised only as a percent off or $ off
* Mail in offers or instant rebates
* Product services (warranties, assembly, etc.)
* Going-out-of-business liquidations
* Special financing
* Used or previously owned items
* Display merchandise
* Pricing or typographical errors
* Club or loyalty programs
* Owned brands (i.e., Home, Merona, Circo, Market Pantry and Archer Farms)
* Mobile coupons
* Target Portrait Studio, Optical, and Clinic offers

In addition to adding “doorbusters” and “early bird” sales to the list, they also sent out a memo to the stores yesterday telling them not to honor “doorbuster” ads.

This is completely within Target’s rights as a company, even though I am disappointed in their decision.

I hope that helps to clear things up. Please feel free to leave a comment with any additional questions – although I can’t guarantee that I’ll have an answer. :)

I guess I’ll be doing my Black Friday price-matching at Walmart again this year…

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Nov 12, 2009

Target: Leapfrog Alphabet Pal only 49¢ Fri & Sat!

Nov
12
2009
Thursday

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Oh my goodness! I have GOT to get better so that I can head to Target tomorrow and grab a couple of these for Christmas/birthday presents!

Toys R’ Us is putting out a special 2-day sale ad for Friday and Saturday that will be valid from Friday at 3 PM – Saturday at 1 PM. These ads should be at the front of the stores starting tomorrow. One of the special doorbuster prices on the front page is the Leapfrog Alphabet pal for only $10.49.

Target has a $10 off printable coupon HERE for the Leapfrog Alphabet Pal, so you could do the following deal to get it for only 49¢! WOW!

Leapfrog Alphabet Pal – $10.49 (priced-matched to the Toys R’ Us 2 day ad – make sure you bring in the ENTIRE sales ad for them to price match it)
Use $10/1 Target printable coupon
49¢ each after price matching & printable coupon

Also, I have been seeing reports (on HCW and elsewhere) that people are emailing Target and asking them about using a coupon on an item that has been price matched. The response that Target is sending back is that you CAN use a coupon even when you price match an item. I would highly recommend emailing Target to get this email for yourself, that way you can take it with you when you head to the store!

UPDATE: You can click HERE to view a google doc of the email that Target corporate is sending out.

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