Young children around the world send letters to Santa Claus every year, but how many of them get a letter from Santa? An actual letter, not an email. This year any or all of the children in your family could get their very own letter from Santa. Or perhaps your entire family would like to hear from St. Nick?
Sent By Santa allows you to order and send your very own letter from Santa to any member of your family, or your entire family. Each customized letter signed by Santa and sealed in an envelope postmarked from the “North Pole” (if ordered bye Dec. 6).
Sent by Santa provides you with sample text to work with. Any and all of the message can be altered by you online. The basic letter includes the child’s name and hometown.
Each letter is $9.95 which includes the envelope, a customized letter, and shipping with no hidden extras. If you order 3 letters, you get the 4th one free. There’s also an option to get a “postcard from an elf” for $3.95.
Also on the site…
The site also has features for emailing your friends about the Sent by Santa service.
They also have two Flash animated games for older kids and adults that can be played online. One games is a memory game, and the other is a snowboard race game. Fortunately, the memory games isn’t timed because I took way too long to finish.
Most interesting on the site is a list of gift ideas “for him” and “for her”. The suggestions include Rolex watches, iPod Nanos, Louis Vuitton bags, GPS units, Mandarin Oriental Spa gift packages, and HDTVs.
So take a look at the site and the service. And order your letter(s) by Dec. 6 to get a genuine North Pole postmark. Santa will think I’ve been good this year if you do.