Letter to Santa (Free Printable)
It is time to get those letters written to Santa!
Just print out our free Letter to Santa printable and start writing!
Bella has a December birthday so she has been lucky enough to have breakfast with Santa for her parties. As you can see from her letter he is an important guest!
There are several ways that you can Send Santa letters to:
1) You can send to Santa Claus at the North Pole, or
2) You can have your child send letters to US Postal offices participating in Operation Santa through
LOCAL CITY, STATE ZIP CODE
Some US postal offices cities participating in Operation Santa Letter that have “Christmas sounding” names:
Bethlehem, PA 18016
Faith, SD 57626
Garland, UT 84312
Nazareth, TX 79063
Snowflake, AZ 85937
Here’s a longer list of interesting Christmasy post office addresses. Aren’t these addresses awesome?
According to the US Postal Service, if you would like your child to receive a letter in return from Santa with a North Pole postmark, you (the parent) need to do the writing, but they’ll help you out:
Here’s how to obtain a letter with a “North Pole” Postmark
* Write a letter to your child and sign it from Santa
* Place this letter into an envelope addressed to your child with the return address from SANTA, NORTH POLE (Please make sure you have a First-Class® stamp affixed to the envelope).
* Place that envelope into a larger envelope, with appropriate postage, and address the larger envelope to:
NORTH POLE POSTMARK POSTMASTER
4141 POSTMARK DR
ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998
According to the USPS the letters from Santa needed to be received in Anchorage, AK, no later than December 15.
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