The Amazon online holiday deals continue at the top retail website. On Thursday, one of the hot sales items is a children's toy with the LeapFrog Leapster Explorer Learning Game System. The item carries a super low price for one color compared to the other, making one wonder if green just isn't as popular with pink, or if perhaps more girls than boys have these.
The LeapFrog Leapster price is just $34.99 for the green version of the electronic toy, while the pink version goes for almost $20 more. Regardless of color, this is a wonderful educational toy for children, offering games that incorporate learning. Reading, match, science and geography are among the various topics learned using the item as well as "LeapWorld," which is marketed as a safe online world where kids can engage in games and activities.
Ironically this is item's charger has been selling for what the device is selling for on Amazon today, making this a steal of a deal for those looking to give it as a gift. The age recommendation is from 4 to 9 years old, giving a wide range of ages the ability to benefit from an early electronics device. That is, unless parents give them one of the cheaper Kindle Fire tablets with FreeTime installed.
The deal was reported today by Hip2Save, who also informed readers that the "Letter Factory" game for LeapFrog Explorer is available for $12.50, down from a regular price of $24.99. That makes for yet another fun, educational gift with a nice savings on holiday spending.
It's unknown how long this LeapFrog toy deal is going to run for, but it looks to be one of the better ones for a toy on Amazon's site. Whether or not the pink version drops to a similar price remains to be seen, but green is good when it comes to learning, and saving money!
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