It's Easier Than Ever To Connect With Santa. Here are 14 Easy Ways.

By Melissa Shrader Editor Publisher Loveland Macaroni Kid December 9, 2018

The time to write letters to Santa Claus has arrived! Growing up, I remember having to write a letter to Santa to place under my pillow 11 days before Christmas, or maybe it was 21 days. After all, Santa needed time to make wishes come true. However, with the advance of technology, children now have their pick of snail mail or email, traditional response times or instant gratification. Now if you've missed the deadline for mail you can call, text and get a video from Santa. Choose your favorite and have fun!

1 - Snail Mail:

Sending a physical letter to Santa can be one of the most exciting things kids will do this Christmas season. Do you know what is even more exciting? Receiving a reply from the Big Man himself. Some of the following places send replies!

2 - Call Santa:

Calling Santa is a fun and unique way to help your kids get their Christmas list to Santa. You’ll get a special Christmas message from the man in red. Just Call  951-262-3062 Trust me, This iss a definite hit and will  get your kids in the holiday spirit.

3 - Macy's "Write a letter to Santa Claus" :

Deliver your child's letter to Santa at a Macy's closest to you. For every letter that Macy's receives, they will donate $1 to the Make-A-Wish foundation up to $1,000,000. 

4 - United States Postal Service (USPS) :

Follow the instructions here and use the tips given! Letters must be received by the Anchorage, AK, Postmaster no later than December 15. Santa's helpers will take care of the rest. The cost is a first class mail stamp.

5 - Santa Claus Museum Village: 

Every letter to Santa received by December 21will receive a letter back from Santa Claus himself! The earlier you can send in your letter, the better. To help pay for postage, donations are greatly appreciated. All donations can also be mailed toSanta at PO Box 1; Santa Claus, IN, 47579

6 - Email:

If your children are like me and love interacting with Santa instantly, try some of the following websites including Macaroni Kid! 

To get a local "Letter from Santa" click here and fill out the form.

The first official Santa Email from Official Santa Mail has so many options to create a fun holiday 

7 - Letters to Santa 

Kids just have to fill out their first names, how good they've been and what they would like for Christmas. Submitting this information returns an instant reply from Santa along with clipart. Your child can also check to see whether he or she is on Santa's list!

8 - Write a letter to Santa and receive an audio recording from him! 

You can submit your child's first name, your email address and a letter from your child to Santa to receive an audio reply from Kris Kringle in your inbox! is a fun site for you to make an email for your kids too. Children can watch Santa read their letter on camera! They have to just fill in the missing words in the letter to Santa and submit. No personal information is required except for a first name!

9 - Santa Claus House:

The Santa Claus House offers packages for the original Santa Claus letter and the North Pole deed from a genuine North Pole postmark. The deadline for orders is December 10th.

10 - Onine chat: 

This is a fun way to chat with Santa online from SataBot

11 - Texts:

Everyone Texts now a days. Even Santa. Get a text a day from TextsFromSanta. 

12 - Tracking Santa:

Kids love to track where Santa is at any given time. Norad Tracks Santa is a fun website for kids to follow Santa's movements.

13 - Printables and other indirect ways to get into the spirit:

DLTK has printables, games and more to add to the holiday fun. 

14 - Video: 

FREE Santa Video from Portable North Pole site. 

Call Santa offers phone calls Videos and more.