LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Disney Jake and the Never Land Pirates w/ Collectible Toy Only $9.98 – Regularly $24.99

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Hop on over to to snatch up the LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Disney Jake and the Never Land Pirates with Free Collectible Toy for only $9.98 (regularly $24.99). Plus, choose FREE 2-day shipping through ShopRunner (sign up for a FREE 30 day trial here) or select free in-store pick up if available. Or spend $49 and get FREE Shipping.

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Comments 11

  1. Judy

    does anyone know if the clothing clearance that Collin mentioned the other day is nationwide and still happening? closest store to me is over an hour away and don’t want to drive up for nothing

    • michelle

      It wasn’t at my store

  2. Marjorie

    How many days do they give you to pick up your order in store?

    • nicolegammeter

      Hi Marjorie!

      Orders must be picked up within 5 days of receiving the ‘Ready for Pick Up’ email. 🙂

      • Marjorie

        Thank you.
        Apparently I have had free shoprunner this whole year?!
        Really bummed I didn’t know.
        I haven’t a clue how I got it either.

  3. sonia

    Does it work with leapster explorer ?

  4. Veleria

    Do anyone know if the doorbuster will start on sunday is true? Because I only need to get ONE thing. The Vtech Innotab3s..

    • Destinee

      What made you decide on the Innotab 3s? Im having trouble deciding on a tablet for my son. Leappad vs. Innotab vs. Regular android (we’re looking at Kurio Xtreme). I heard Leappad and Innotab are pricey because of the games…but I like how durable they are!

      • Ashlie

        We bought the Leappad 2 last Christmas for our then 3 yr old. He’s rough on toys, and it’s held up for a year now. But, the games can be pricey. We buy the $20 app store cards on Amazon for $12-$14 which saves a little. He really enjoys it and can use it well by himself at age 4 now. BUT, after having it for a year, we’re thinking of buying an actual tablet that’s not a kid-brand. There are so many free apps that he loves on our phones, and most of the other apps are only a few bucks. And the storage and function of the real tablets are better than the kids (so I’ve heard). Hoping a good solid case will keep him from demolishing it. I think the tablet life will far outweigh the leappad. But, if your son is young, the leappad could be a safe bet for a year or two. (and sorry, I don’t know anything about the Innotab!)

      • Holly

        We went the tablet route and got our four year old an used iPad mini. We ended up paying about $200 for it, with after games is what you pay for some of these kid systems. We bought a very sturdy case and it’s held up for almost a year now. Love all the free apps and he can watch his movies on it. Personally I think it was the best choice for us.

  5. Courtney

    Thanks! Just ordered this for my nephew who just got a LeapPad for his birthday in September! Great deal! He will love this

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