This December, Santa Claus will be debuting his tech-savviness to the world through text message updates throughout the month, leading all the way up to Christmas Day.
Starting December 1, Santa will text approximately once every five days, then once a day in the week leading up to Christmas.
Santa expects to send Christmas jokes, sayings, recipes, facts — little reminders to help make the Christmas season exciting for those young and old alike. Whether you’re a child, adult or senior, Santa has something special up his sleeve just for you.
“I wanted to take people inside my process this year, show them how I prepare for my biggest night and spread Christmas cheer,” said Claus.
Why text messages?
Santa Claus may be getting up there in age (1,749 years to be exact!), but as we approach 2020, he wants to let the world know that he’s staying more relevant than ever before.
“Mrs. Claus and I have been getting better and better at texting,” said Santa Claus. “The elves have been teaching us. We can even send emojis and GIFs now!”
How do I start receiving texts from Santa?
It might be hard to get on Santa’s nice list, but it’s really easy to get on his text list. Here are the steps.
To receive these texts from Santa, please visit: Santa Wants to Text You This Christmas.
You’ll be directed to fill out a form with your name, phone number and whether your a child, adult or senior. And best of all, it’s all free!
You can expect a text from Santa approximately once every five days starting December 1, and then once a day in the week leading up to Christmas. Santa expects to send Christmas jokes, sayings, recipes, facts — little reminders to help make the Christmas season exciting. Plus, he might need to verify some facts with you as he makes his list and checks it twice.
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