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Amazon: LeapFrog LeapsterGS Explorer Only $42.99 Shipped (Reg. $69.99!)

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Wow!! This great deal won’t last long! Hurry on over to Amazon where you can score the LeapFrog LeapsterGS Explorer for only $42.99 (regularly $69.99!). This has been hovering around $60, so this is a HUGE price drop. Plus, score FREE shipping with Amazon Prime or Super Saver Shipping. OR score FREE One-Day Shipping if you purchase this item using your Discover Card or Cashback Bonus. Just enter code DSCVRHSP at checkout.

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(Thanks, Sandra!)

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  • Elizabeth says:

    I bought the Leapster 2 Walmart deal that was posted last week and right now they have 9 different games on sale for $10 each.

    • Anna M says:

      I picked up the same games at my local five below store for $5, check there!

    • jill says:

      A lot of those are less than $10 on amazon now, too. (But note to anyone considering buying the Leapster Explorer GS deal in Collin’s post . . . the Leapster Explorer uses Explorer learning games NOT Leapster games.) I think they are phasing out the leapster games as they seem to be dropping in price rapidly everywhere.

  • Silver says:

    We are looking for a leapster 2…..has anyone seen a good price on it? I’ve only seen deals for just the leapster…..thanks!

    • jill says:

      If you don’t have an issue buying used, I would strongly suggest checking craigslist. You can probably get a leapster 2 bundled with all of the accessories and games the person has for the same or less than the cost of buying the leapster new by itself.

  • Diane says:

    Does anybody have this or the leappad2? I am trying to decided between the two. I am leaning more toward the leappad 2. Any thoughts are appreciated

    • Nicole says:

      The leap pad is going to be a better option. The GS is being phased out and games will be hard to get. Also, the leap pad is expandable.

  • Missie B. says:

    I was wondering which is better for a 4 year old, the Leapfrog Explorer that was on sale earlier this week, or this one.? Any advice???

    • jill says:

      I bought the Explorer when it was a great deal at Kohls . . . now I kind of wish I had done more research then. This is basically the updated version of the Explorer. It has a slightly bigger screen, is thinner and easier for small hands to hold, has more memory, runs a little faster and reacts to motion/changes in direction (I don’t remember what that is called)

  • allison says:

    Here is my 2 cents. My 5 year got the LeapPad1 for Christmas last year and loves it!! My 3 year old got the Leapster2 for Christmas last year. I noticed animation and sound was not nearly as good on the Leapster2 as it was on the LeapPad1. So I sold the Leapster2 on ebay last month and bought her a LeapPad2 for Christmas. The animation and sound is way better on the LeapPads then on the Leapster2. (I believe that the Leapster GS has very good animation and sound aswell.) I preferred the LeapPad2 over the Leapster GS because of the screen size and just liked the overall look and feel of the LeapPad2 better. My 3 year old wears glasses and hearing aids the bigger screen and better sound was a major issue.

  • Doreen says:

    What is better the leapster Explorer GS or the Leapster Explorer. So confusing

  • ryanandbec says:

    @Silver…I have a pink and green Leapster 2 Brand new in box that I was going to return. I can ship them to you if you want. I got them at Walmart on Black Friday. $15/each plus shipping. Message me at if you’re interested.

  • Kim B. says:

    I got this a couple of days ago from Amazon. It was 45.00 but I used some credit that I got from a communispace site and ended up paying $25.00 shipped! What I am struggling with is finding a good deal on games… Anyone know that best deal on explorer games right now?

  • Because I Saw It On Pinterest says:

    Grrr…should have waited! I got the Leapster Explorer but this one is tempting!

  • Sue says:

    I have a few Leapster 2 learning game systems, the green ones, never been opened for $30.00 each if anyone is interested. It says on the package: Reading, mathematics, science, problem solving, 40 plus learning adventures. never-ending fun. #1 best selling learning game handheld. 4 AA batteries required. It also says: Skill levels adjust automatically to your childs pace. Step by step process guides letter writing ,multliple skill levels. Also included is 1 game download of your choice, 1 creativity game, leapfrog connect CD, USB cable, and Parent guide. It also shows a picture of the handheld Leapster2 connected to a full size computer.

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