I couldn’t decide if I was going to post this or not, but in the end I decided it was too good of a deal to pass up. I just let Santa know that my boys would appreciate a letter from him and it only cost me $11.
There are lots of places out there where you can let Santa know that your child would like
a letter from him. There are even many free sites for those of you with a better (color) printer than me, some Christmas stationary, and some creative handwriting.
That is where I got stuck. No color printer, no Christmas stationary, a definitely no clue as to a Christmas envelope, etc.
My son did write Santa a letter and I thought it would be nice for him to get a response.
Package From Santa has many options to make this a bit easier for you. They have many different options, but the cheapest one is a letter from Santa mailed in a glossy red envelope with a North Pole return address label and postage.
- When you purchase the letter you can type in one child’s name. however, you can add children to the same letter later. You will have a chance to give Santa suggestions as to what he should write (there is a template, but you can make any changes you want). Write a letter that addresses all of your children and when you get to the shipping page just add your other children’s names in the TO line.
- The default shipping option is $2.99, but there is a free option. Just change it when you get to the shipping page.
- The coupon code HOLLY15 will get you an additional 15% off.
- The site is LOUD so turn down your computer’s sound (or better yet, mute it!)
- There is a Christian letter option where Santa talks about Jesus being the meaning for the season (of course you can also write the letter yourself and include that).
- When you checkout they will ask you if you want to add about 8 different products (one at a time). Be patient, you will get to the Billing page at the end.
All in all it is a pretty good deal for $11 shipped. The additional products are cute so if you have a child that is a bit older than mine then you might be interested in some of those as well.
Have fun and Merry Christmas!
- 3 ways to talk to Santa (jaysdad.com)
- “Our Letters to Santa” and related posts (stopdropandblog.com)
- NSPCC Prepare Magical ‘Letters from Santa’ Campaign (prweb.com)
- Texting Santa (sfgate.com)
- Barcode Hero Lets Kids Send Wish Lists to “Santa” (mashable.com)