Writing Santa a letter detailing your Christmas wishes is a timeless tradition that has been passed on for generations. It’s a must do Christmas tradition in our household.
What if I told you, your kids can actually get a letter back from Santa?! Can you imagine the surprise and delight on their faces when they open the mailbox and see a letter addressed to them from Santa?! How awesome is that!
HOW TO GET A LETTER BACK FROM SANTA
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With just a little bit of prep work from you and help from the USPS, your child will soon be receiving a letter from the North Pole.
1. Simply write a letter to your child as if it were written from Santa Claus and sign it Santa.
2. Put the letter in a stamped, sealed and addressed envelope to your child. Add the return address: Santa Claus, North Pole and a first class stamp.
3. Place that addressed letter into a larger envelope and mail it to this address:
NORTH POLE POSTMARK
4141 POSTMARK DR
ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998
All letters must arrive by December 10 in order for your child to receive their letter by Christmas. The post office recommends mailing no later than December 5th.
It’s so fun to see the surprise and joy in their faces when they open the mailbox and discover they have received a letter stamped from the North Pole, written by Santa himself.
Be sure to download and print our Dear Santa letters. There’s 3 different versions to meet your child’s writing level.
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