Free Santa trackers
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Free Santa trackers

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Found 23rd Dec 2015
As a lot of us grown ups know, Santa doesn't really go around the world on one night. It starts of a lot earlier than that, and goes around from the night of the 23rd so some people get their presents on Christmas Eve, while others get theirs on Christmas Day.

Knowing that of course means he's got plenty of time to get all over the world!

For those young enough to want to know where Santa is, here are a few links (The main link being to NORAD) either for a website, or an app. Please see first post for more links.

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Original Poster

I highly recommend that you pick one tracker and stick to it. (Santa magically jumps from place to the next depending on which one you're looking at)

Official NORAD Santa Tracker - A lot more than just tracking to do.
Website: noradsanta.org/
Android App: play.google.com/sto…nta
iOS App: itunes.apple.com/us/…t=8
Windows Phone App: microsoft.com/en-…md3

Google Santa Tracker - A lot more than just tracking to do.
Website: santatracker.google.com
Android App: play.google.com/sto…ker (Can be sent to a Chromecast if you have one)

Email Santa
Website: emailsanta.com/san…asp

As a side note, you can also have Santa leave a message for a loved one at portablenorthpole.com or grab the apps for Android / iOS from the site. (A free video can be made - not just for the children of the family - you just need some photos of them, yourself and a present, don't make the webpage fullscreen, the site can't scroll if you do)


Add more if you have them - only posting now, since posts from last week / year people might not see them.
Edited by: "FinderOfDeals" 23rd Dec 2015

Without meaning to be pedantic, I thought the country furthest ahead of GMT was 12 hours ahead... I'm happy to be corrected though - but if I'm right, Santa gets going around lunchtime.

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miikeyblue

Without meaning to be pedantic, I thought the country furthest ahead of … Without meaning to be pedantic, I thought the country furthest ahead of GMT was 12 hours ahead... I'm happy to be corrected though - but if I'm right, Santa gets going around lunchtime.



GMT aka UTC.

UTC +12:00 (Tarawa)
UTC +13:00 (Phoenix Islands)
UTC +14:00 (Christmas Islands aka worldtimezone.com/tim…216 )

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTC%2B14:00

There's a bit of knowledge for you, this seasonal game of Trivial Pursuit

Also, let's not forget that lots of kids around the world get their presents on Christmas Eve, so he has to get shifting a lot sooner than lunchtime our time.

Edited by: "FinderOfDeals" 24th Dec 2015
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