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Grab your shopping list and let’s play store!
 
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  • Grab your shopping list and let’s play store!
  • Includes cash register with a working keypad that “beeps” when pressed!
  • Includes a moving conveyor belt!
  • Includes coins and credit card play pieces!
  • Plays sounds and a song at the press of a key!
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Fisher-Price 75509
Servin’ Surprises™ Cash Register
Product #: Y3657
Ages: 2 years & up
$40.00  
Grab your shopping list and let’s play store! There’s a cart full of cool sounds, phrases and songs in the Fisher-Price® Servin’ Surprises™ Cash Register. And, it’s super fun because this toy’s many realistic features transport a child into a grown-up world! Kids and their friends will create their own imaginary grocery store complete with beeping cash register, moving conveyor and miniature food packages and produce. Little hands control the action – they can press a keyboard to ring up groceries, make the conveyor move, and turn on fun phrases and music just like in a real store.

• Includes cash register with a working keypad that “beeps” when pressed

• Includes a real LCD display that shows the numbers!

• Includes a moving conveyor belt

• Includes a play cereal box, ice cream, milk bottle and bananas

• Includes coins and credit card play pieces!

• Plays sounds and a song at the press of a key!

• Includes 3 C batteries.

Product Ratings and Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Daughter loved it until the signature pad broke We got this for our 1.5 year old and she loves it! The scanning is awesome, the songs are great the conveyor belt is wonderful. She especially liked "signing" the credit card pad but then it broke and now the pen won't "write". Now she'll carry the toy to us for it to be fixed. My husband tried to fix it, but it doesn't come apart to clean underneath so we can't. I searched for a replacement part but there isn't one. To be the price it is and it breaks less than a year later and there is not the option of a replacement part frustrates me. Our daughter really wants to play with it, but when that doesn't work it just turns into a tantrum. March 22, 2014
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