Last year my daughters received an awesome gift from Portable North Pole which my oldest daughter still talks about all the time. A video recording from Santa Claus made their excitement for the holiday season carry over to this year as well. When the folks over at Portable North Pole asked to join forces again and bring your children some magic this year!
What I love most about the Portable North Pole Santa message is how real Santa is once you personalize your message. It makes each child that views their video feel special and also lets them know that Santa really is watching them and knows all about them!
The Portable North Pole standard Santa video is FREE which makes it an awesome and inexpensive way to put your little ones in the holiday spirit. Upgrading to the Premium Video is only $3.99 and includes approximately 6 minutes of personalized messaging where you can also include photos of your child and a personalized Christmas Carol.
There’s also a Portable North Pole Mobile App which retails for $3.99 on iOS & Android and $4.99 on HD app for iPad & iPad Mini. Here, you can create Christmas magic on the go, while also playing an Advent Calendar game, check out the Christmas Radar, and a Countdown game. What a fun way to get the kids really excited about the holiday season! If your kids love to play games on their iPad, Santa Sprint: PNP Adventure is available for just $2.99.
Have more than one child? You can order 3 phone calls from Santa for just $6.99 or one call for $3.99. I think this is a fantastic way to keep everyone in the family involved. The message is approximately 2 minutes and you can choose between 14 options.
Do you have a naughty child that needs a reason to behave? The Santa messages have an option for naughty AND nice children, which I think is a great feature. My daughter isn’t always a great listener and we have had quite a few tantrums which required time outs recently. We were able to customize her video to reflect her recent behavior. The only thing I didn’t like was that Santa couldn’t pronounce her name, so he calls her “my friend.” This isn’t so bad since she can read her name, and Santa has a book with her name on it. Oh, and before I forget, I was able to customize a few other books from Santa’s library, so her sister and favorite cousin’s names are right next to hers!
It’s nice to know that the people behind PNP are in the giving spirit. They donate 5% of all online sales to a children’s hospital close to the buyer’s location. They currently work with over 40 regional Children’s Hospitals in the US!