If you have kiddos, you’ve probably been asked how to contact Santa Claus. We’ve compiled a list of the best ways to check on Kris Kringle this holiday season.
If you want to sit down and write a letter out to Santa, there’s a chance you might get one back! However, it’s a busy time of year for Santa, so he might not reply in time for Christmas. The United States Postal Service gives tips on their website on how to write the perfect letter to Santa.
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No stamps, no problem. Writing a letter isn’t the only way to get a hold of Santa these days. You can call Santa on his direct hotline: (951) 262-3062. Once again, it’s a busy time of year for Santa Claus, so there’s a chance it might go right to his voicemail.
A caller can expect to hear “Merry Christmas! This is Santa Claus and you have reached my personal hotline.” Santa then explains that he’s been busy getting ready for Christmas morning. Santa then wraps it up by saying “When you hear the tone, leave me your Christmas wish list and holiday cheer.”
It’s always fun to watch where Santa is on Christmas Eve. The best way to do that is to follow the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Santa Tracker. NORAD targets Santa when he departs from the North Pole, and follows him across the world as he delivers toys to everyone for Christmas morning.
While you can’t visit him at the North Pole, many people have visited Santa right here in the Ozarks! There’s plenty of places to spot Santa, so here’s a short list of the best ways to lock your eyes on him before Christmas time!