Saturday, February 6, 2010

Smarty Rent Before You Buy

I received an email concerning a great new resource for moms and wanted to share it with you. 

SmartyRents is an educational video game rental company established by two credentialed teachers.

Smarty Rents offers parents the opportunity to provide fun, educational alternatives to the other video games on the market. Your kids won`t know the difference and you will feel better knowing they are learning while playing.

They provide exciting learning opportunities for children from the ages of 9 months to 10 years. Every month when a game is delivered to your door, it allows your child the chance to embark on a new learning adventure. The educationally-based products help your child to learn and refine skills with some of their favorite characters.

At SmartyRents, you choose the games you want, and play them for as long as you want. They feature all the top games from LeapFrog (Little Leaps, Clickstart, Leapster and Didj) as well as from Vtech (V.Smile Baby, V.Smile, V.Motion and V.Flash) to provide your children with a fun, educational experience. Thier products allow your children to play and learn at the same time.

Here is the really exciting part! They are allowing you to try it FREE for one month! Enter the Promo Code: 4dd1d9 to get 1 month FREE of the 1 Game at a Time package or $9.99 towards the package of your choice. Promo code expires 2/28/10.
Click here to sign up and to RENT educational video games for your child’s Leapster, Didj, Clickstart, Little Leaps, V.Smile, V.Motion, V.Smile Baby, or V.Flash. It works just like Netflix or Blockbuster Online – educational video games shipped directly to your door with free shipping and no late fees.
For more on Smarty Rents, check out this press release
Thanks to My Dallas Mommy for the heads up on this great money-saving resource.

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