How to Send Your Child a Letter From Santa
If your child loves to write letters to Santa, it’s now possible to receive one in return. Imagine the excitement when a letter from Santa arrives in the mail!
It’s a free service and takes just a few minutes to execute. I visited the Letter From Santa Program by VONS and put in a few simple details. Address and name is necessary because the letter comes with an envelope addressed to the child with a return address and postage stamp from the North Pole.
The next screen offered up opportunities to optionally input the family pet’s name, names of your child’s friends, school, teacher, main gift request, and future career choice so that Santa can reference these things in the letter. I personally think that this aspect is what elevates the letter into something that is truly believable versus some of the generic options I’ve seen online.
Next, the letter and envelope are automatically generated. Go ahead and print it on the spot or have it sent to your email. I’d definitely save a copy somewhere because the envelope will require a little folding practice.
I wasn’t sure what to do with the envelope at first as it’s printed on a letter-size paper. But the best solution is to fold the paper into thirds, slip the letter inside, fold the sides over and use a little bit of tape.
Following the submission, you’ll be offered coupons from Coke, Oreo and Redbox to help save money. After all, Santa will need some snacks and something to drink, right?
Start writing your letter from Santa.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons Stores. The opinions and text are all mine.