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LIST: How Your Kids Can Visit Santa Virtually This Year

It’s 2020 and that means many things are different, including visiting with Santa. The good news is, if you aren’t comfy with in-person contactless visits, there are plenty of virtual offerings.

  • Macy’s. They’ve made it possible to visit Santaland from your device! There are activities and of course a visit with the big guy himself. Kids even get a selfie with Santa. Just visit Santaland online to register.
  • Nordstrom also has video chats with Kris Kringle. It costs $20 with proceed benefitting kids charities.
  • Sam’s Club. You can book your visit with Santa if you are a club member.
  • Many malls are not only having contactless visits, but you can oom with the jolly old elf.
  • In-home care company Sittercity also has a chance for you to have your kids watched by Santa. Get the details on how you can have a 50-minute sitter session.
  • Chatbooks. The photo printing company has 10 minute chats available for booking.
  • Bass pro Shops. The Santa experience here is in person and contactless.
  • T-Mobile. You don’t have to be a customer to reserve a free video call with Santa. is where you head.
  • There’s even JingleRing, where you and the family can virtually say hi to Santa. Prices apply.

There are several services that offer Zoom calls with Santa, just be aware many charge a fee. After all, itISa call to the North Pole!

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