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FREEE SANTA LETTER REPLY

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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Hi, i'm not very good at this so wasn't sure whether to post it as a tip or product, sorry if i have done it wrong.
If your child writes a letter to santa address it to
Santa/Father Christmas, Santas Grotto, Reindeerland, SAN TA1.
Affix a first or second class stamp and post before the 11th December and Santa will send a free reply.
Royal mail try to respond to all the letters but cannot gurantee a reply so the earlier you can post the better.
Hope this helps someone.

Perhaps you should have a stand by ready as this isn't guaranteed, you can print drafts out from http://www.christmaslettertips.com/free_printable_santa_letters.htm
- laineycross
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#1
good little gimic thanks
#2
Thank you. I posted my daughters yesterday so fingers crossed we get a reply, not sure what it'll look like but she'll be v excited.
#3
Just FYI RM have only a VERY limited amount that they can send out, so please please don't get your kids' hopes up too much!
#4
neilmonk
Just FYI RM have only a VERY limited amount that they can send out, so please please don't get your kids' hopes up too much!


dont you mean they will respond to every letter but will lose about 20-30% as per normal service
#5
I can recommend http://www.rooftoppost.co.uk for letters from Father Christmas. They're a work of art. Each comes in a decorated envelope with the letter tied in a red ribbon. They add a personalized P.S. from Santa to the letter as well. My children have had these letters from Santa for a number of years and they never disappoint. Not free, but really excellent value at £5.99

The same people have another website which charges an annual fee of £3.99 which gets you many fairytale downloads (including Father Christmas letters, tooth fairy letters, monster notes...) http://www.interletter.com

I've no connection with the sites, other than being a very happy customer.

Cheers,
Andy
#6
royals
dont you mean they will respond to every letter but will lose about 20-30% as per normal service

heh heh thats 20-30% on the way to santa and 20-30% on the way back don't forget, so probably about 50:50 chance of getting anything back.
#7
Did this for the last 2 years and my daughter never got a reply. I ended up printing one myself and sending it to her. Good if it works though ;-)
#8
Edit: Whoopse four hour delay for a double post.
#9
I sent for one last year for my daughter and I have to say it was very naff.
You would be better off getting a family member or friend to write back to your little ones instead. Makes it more personal for them.
#10
Freee
#11
mikeleeds
heh heh thats 20-30% on the way to santa and 20-30% on the way back don't forget, so probably about 50:50 chance of getting anything back.


A bit better than the average chance of getting your post.:santa:
#12
ive delivered a few off these this week the kids were realy happy with the letters i dont know what they said though.

oh yeah and on another note for all those ignorant people out there who like taking the **** out off postmen and royal mail youd be surprised the ammount off letters we do deliver that shouldnt be delivered ..today alone ive had over 50 letters onmy walk with incorect adresses or envelopes which just say to john !!! nothing else just that and the name of my town weve had loads of xmas cards exactlly like that and so we do miraculasly do deliver with hardly anything on it or the wrong number so dont start taking the **** we do a hard enough job as it is .

in fact ill tell u how hard it was today..one of the delivery drivers knocked on a house and the guy first off all refused to sign for his parcel because he said the postman was too early ..then when he did sign for it the guy spat on the signing sheet ..then screwed it up and threw it into the street then caled the guya fukin disckhead then slammed the door in his face..we meet idiots like this everyday so dont post shitt on here thanks.
#13
waxxy
ive delivered a few off these this week the kids were realy happy with the letters i dont know what they said though.

oh yeah and on another note for all those ignorant people out there who like taking the **** out off postmen and royal mail youd be surprised the ammount off letters we do deliver that shouldnt be delivered ..today alone ive had over 50 letters onmy walk with incorect adresses or envelopes which just say to john !!! nothing else just that and the name of my town weve had loads of xmas cards exactlly like that and so we do miraculasly do deliver with hardly anything on it or the wrong number so dont start taking the **** we do a hard enough job as it is .

in fact ill tell u how hard it was today..one of the delivery drivers knocked on a house and the guy first off all refused to sign for his parcel because he said the postman was too early ..then when he did sign for it the guy spat on the signing sheet ..then screwed it up and threw it into the street then caled the guya fukin disckhead then slammed the door in his face..we meet idiots like this everyday so dont post shitt on here thanks.


WOW chill out!!! I think the folks on here were talking in general. If I were you i'd also use a spell check before posting. . .:whistling:
#14
kagthemag
WOW chill out!!! I think the folks on here were talking in general. If I were you i'd also use a spell check before posting. . .:whistling:



No I'd say save up for an anti spitting helmet, instead of the spell checker !?

:whistling:


K
#15
kevingattaca
No I'd say save up for an anti spitting helmet, instead of the spell checker !?

:whistling:


K


??? missed that one m8!!
#16
i did this last year and without stamp lol and i got replys back for both my children!!
#17
I asked the postie and he said they generally do forward the ones without stamps but are under no obligation to do so.

Basically, if you want to be guaranteed of a reply, stick a stamp on it!
#18
waxxy
oh yeah and on another note for all those ignorant people out there who like taking the **** out off postmen we do a hard enough job as it is .


Reading and walking at the same time ....how hard can it be..?

:-D

Before anyone reacts, I'm JOKING OK! I realise that it isn't an easy job.

:santa:
#19
did anyone recieve a reply? my son was in tears when nothing arrived, shame on you Royal Mail

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