Free Letter From Santa Sent At Christmas Worth £5.99!

Posted on October 14th, 2012 in Freebies by Stephanie

Free Letter From Santa

Christmas is fast approaching and I’m sure your little ones are already starting to get excited about their stockings and presents! Imagine their delight if they receive a personalised letter from Santa during Christmas!

Christmas is an expensive occassion so I found a great offer where you can get a free letter from Santa for the child or person of your choice delivered to them this Christmas worth £5.99! All you have to do to receive this letter is complete a short survey and once you have completed the survey you will be sent an email where you can complete the details of the child or person you wish Santa’s letter to be sent to! For more details or to get your free letter from Santa, visit this free santa letter website.

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10 Comments »

Comment by Peter
2012-10-15 07:50:03

Kid’s wait all through the year just to receive something special from Santa on Christmas. And this is a very great idea. I am damn sure getting a personal letter from Santa will make their Christmas all the more exciting and for a parent I don’t think anything other than the child’s happiness is more important. Thanks for sharing this post.

 
Comment by Deborah Kingsbury
2012-10-15 16:07:52

This is a brilliant idea. We always sent letters to Santa after Halloween to make sure they got to the north pole in time! (The Royal Mail were not that fast back in the day). It was part of our winter rituals, like the Harvest Festival and leaving biscuits and cocoa out on Christmas eve.

To get a reply closer to the Christmas day from Santa himself would be magical. My children would love this. Thanks for this find.. I will be using this service and letting a few mums in the village know.

 
Comment by David
2012-10-17 07:32:25

Great post. It is indeed a very thoughtful gift. I think kids would be very pleased to have a letter from Santa. I can imagine receiving a letter from Santa myself and the happiness that I would feel. I think this gift would appeal to people of all ages. Thank you for letting us know about it.

 
Comment by Info
2012-10-18 03:22:51

Interesting article! A letter from would definitely make a perfect gift for children. :)

 
Comment by Smith
2012-10-18 03:41:34

Oh I am as excited on hearing this idea as the kids will probably be when they get their letters from Santa. It is such a great option and a meaningful one. Although I still think I may have to buy them something else later on, the letter still seems like a good addition to this year’s gifts. Thanks for sharing.

 
Comment by Harry
2012-10-18 06:13:45

Hi Stephanie, Where do you find such amazing things? I think this is a wonderful list and it would be great to surprise kids with Santa’s letter. Thank you for writing about it.

 
Comment by Lynn
2012-10-19 11:58:32

It is a great way to keep kids happy when money is scarce. I believe that kids will be more than excited to receive this kind of gift on chrismas.

 
Comment by Localism
2012-10-23 06:48:36

This seem like a wonderful idea Stephanie. Kids love Santa and if Santa writes to them on Christmas, they would be overjoyed. Although I don’t think it can be the only gift for Christmas. It could be an addition to what you already gift them.

 
Comment by Jack Smith
2012-10-31 12:51:35

Hey, thanks for sharing an interesting idea with us. “Letter from Santa” WOW!! Definitely, my kids will get super excited after receiving a secret letter from him. Great idea! I am definitely going to complete the survey recommended by you. Thanks again!

 
Comment by brittjohnsonn
2012-11-01 12:22:53

enjoy the christmes

 
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