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Free Reply from Santa Royal Mail
Free Reply from Santa Royal Mail

Free Reply from Santa Royal Mail

Hi, if you post your kids letters to Santa, to Royal Mail, they will send a free reply. It's a lovely card and great keepsake and very exciting for the kids. Royal Mail do say they'll try to reply to all letters, but as long as you post early enough, i do not know of anyone that hasn't received a reply, though i'm sure people on here will let me know they haven't received theirs! My kids always have. Get your letters sent end of Nov/beginning of Dec to ensure a reply.
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starsparkle2311;3325612

Yeh right! Mine didn't last year, try explaining that to them, lol … Yeh right! Mine didn't last year, try explaining that to them, lol Wouldn't mind I had to pay for the stamp too.



if you are worried it won't arrive your kids will be upset you could do a back up one yourself or just not do it!

We always did this when the kids were small and were never disappointed.

Remember having a reply years ago when I was a kid. Great service by Royal Mail!

Me an' the missus had nearly as much fun as doing letters from the tooth fairy for our kids.

They had to come from Fairyland, by magic obviously, but somehow got messed up on the way and always appeared in mirror writing.

We managed to establish there were two tooth fairies: Fat Mick and Bert, who went round together but were continually having a go at each other and ranting about events and people in fairyland.

It got to the point where we'd put the obligatory money and latest missive from Fat Mick and Bert under the pillow of my youngest and he'd appear in the morning looking all coy. When we asked him what had happened, all he could do was stand there giggling.

Happy days

One other tale:

A workmate of my old man was complaining that his eldest kid had told his youngest that Father Christmas was really Mum and Dad and that the youngest was beginning to verge on disbelief.

My OM told him not to worry and asked what the kids were getting fo rChristmas. Come Christmas Day, he phoned his mate, put on a deep voice and asked to speak to the kids.

He made out he was father Christmas, "Just ringing a few of the childresn I visited last night to see that they'd got their presents safely, and did they like their -whatever-."

Apparently even the oldest kids eyes went as big as dinnerplates,

I always remembered that story and I've done the same myself once or twice for the kids of friends, with similar effect. It's great!

Fluffykins;3334184

We managed to establish there were two tooth fairies: Fat Mick and Bert



I've retired now, but Bert is still collecting teeth. I haven't seen him for years, though......:)

fatmick;3334437

I've retired now, but Bert is still collecting teeth. I haven't seen him … I've retired now, but Bert is still collecting teeth. I haven't seen him for years, though......:)




ROTFLMAO

fatmick;3334437

I've retired now, but Bert is still collecting teeth. I haven't seen him … I've retired now, but Bert is still collecting teeth. I haven't seen him for years, though......:)



:-D:-D:w00t::w00t:

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Fluffykins;3334184

Me an' the missus had nearly as much fun as doing letters from the tooth … Me an' the missus had nearly as much fun as doing letters from the tooth fairy for our kids.They had to come from Fairyland, by magic obviously, but somehow got messed up on the way and always appeared in mirror writing.We managed to establish there were two tooth fairies: Fat Mick and Bert, who went round together but were continually having a go at each other and ranting about events and people in fairyland.It got to the point where we'd put the obligatory money and latest missive from Fat Mick and Bert under the pillow of my youngest and he'd appear in the morning looking all coy. When we asked him what had happened, all he could do was stand there giggling.Happy days



Love it !

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Fluffykins;3334218

One other tale:A workmate of my old man was complaining that his eldest … One other tale:A workmate of my old man was complaining that his eldest kid had told his youngest that Father Christmas was really Mum and Dad and that the youngest was beginning to verge on disbelief.My OM told him not to worry and asked what the kids were getting fo rChristmas. Come Christmas Day, he phoned his mate, put on a deep voice and asked to speak to the kids.He made out he was father Christmas, "Just ringing a few of the childresn I visited last night to see that they'd got their presents safely, and did they like their -whatever-."Apparently even the oldest kids eyes went as big as dinnerplates,I always remembered that story and I've done the same myself once or twice for the kids of friends, with similar effect. It's great!



Excellent !

Great idea - HOT! :thumbsup:

We also didn't get ours last year, despite posting early

I will try again - so your post has reminded me - we can't always be unlucky.

And like an earlier suggestion, I have a back up letter ;-)

Wow. Did not know they did this!

Will get the lil one to post it to them! :-D good find.

great service by royal mail
my dad has worked for royal mail for the past 22years and i always remember being little and getting a letter back from santa (royal mail)
and i now do it for my son, this is his 3rd xmas x

i've done this and had a reply but only for 1 child so was dissapointed when my other son's 1 didn't arrive. Never mind 1 out of 2 ain't bad

I didnt get replies for my 2 last year but will try again this year, thanks for the reminder!

good one

We did this last year and our son did get a reply :).....unfortunately it was not until May :? Still it is a nice idea

cheers for the reminder :thumbsup:

dont forget to write TO SANTA only otherwise it will get sent to the wrong place i.e north pole greenland ect get sent overseas and you wont get a reply hth :santa:

supermod

Thanks for reminder :thumbsup:

good find
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