Carolyn Kruse

Carolyn Kruse

Have you made your list, and checked it twice? Better get that letter off in the mail to old Saint Nick. I mean, December is here! If you are assisting your kids in writing their letters to the jolly old elf, I’m here to help. There are proper addresses, snail and email, to send your letters. So, put on your reindeer headband on and into the spirit. Grab your pen or phone and get ready to say, “Dear Santa”…How And Where To Send Letters Or Call The Big Guy

Before the “bells on bobtails ring, making spirits bright,” grab a pen and paper. Warm up the laptop, let’s get our Christmas wish list to the big guy! The big day is less than a month away, and Santa Claus needs time to prepare. So get it.

As far as sending your wish list letter to Mr. Claus, you have a few options. There are a couple of mailing options, and there is also an email option. But that’s not all. There is even a phone number to call! And, of course, you can visit Santa at various malls throughout the season to tell him in person. Thanks to MassLive for sharing their Santa contact information.

Find out below you can help an under privileged child. And what you will need to do to guide your son or daughter through the process of reaching out to jolly old Saint Nick. Dear Santa…here’s how and where to send letters or call the big guy.


  • Mailing Option #1: United States Postal Service (USPS)

    The USPS Operation Santa is run by the Post Office. Kids can write their letters to Santa up until December 11. You can even register to get a reply to your letters with a present from Santa up until December 18. You can even adopt a child- in- need’s letter and brighten their holiday with a gift.  Letters need to be sent to:
    123 Elf Road
    North Pole, 8888
    Make sure to include your full name, address, wish list and return address in the letter. Also make sure you put your return address on the envelope and a stamp.
  • Mailing Option #2: Get a Return Letter From the North Pole

    Another mailing option for your child to mail a letter to Santa and get a response will require your assistance. “Santa’s” response letter will even be postmarked from the North Poll! Send the letter here:

    Santa Claus
     North Pole Postmark, Postmaster
    4141 PostMark Dr.
    Anchorage AK 99530-9998

    Greetings from the North Pole

    The Postal Service can help you receive letters from Santa to your child - complete with the North Pole Postmark! The Greetings from the North Pole Post Office program adds to the excitement of Christmas and is ideal for getting kids interested in letter writing, stamps and penmanship.

  • Mail Option #3: Email Santa

    Looking for a much speedier response? Thanks to modern technology, you can email Old Saint Nick!  Did you know Santa has a website? Just hop on and email him directly there. It shouldn’t take too long to get a reply from him. You can also email the big guy here, Just be sure to tell Santa whether you’ve been naughty or nice. And of course let him know what you want for Christmas. - Santa's Real North Pole online!

    Santa Claus magic & fun: Christmas Day & Every Day! Nice List, games & tracker! Letters, jokes & laughter! Santa's watching you; Webcam, tweets, emails too!



  • Call Santa On His Hotline

    Sometimes, there is nothing better than hearing a voice on the other side of the line. So, give Santa a jingle on his hotline. The number is:


    Santa Claus Takes A Call

    (Photo by Tony Lewis/Getty Images)

  • Visit Santa

    Sure, Santa’s a busy dude. But he’s out and about at various malls in Massachusetts. Get a list of his mall stops HERE.

    santa at mall

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