It might be one of the few socially distant experiences that is better than the tradition. We find families come back again and again for spring, summer, fall and Christmas Video-Visits with Santa because the experience is second to none.
You choose a time that works for you and you simply click on your visit link in your email and you Visit with Santa right there on your computer or tablet at home. There's no need to commute, find parking, or wait in line during the busy holiday season!
Instead of having just one-minute to tell Santa what you want for Christmas and to say a quick, "Cheese", when you Visit with Santa, Santa will amaze your children with the fun facts you shared in the setup process. "How does Santa know my name?" Why, Christmas magic, of course!
Our video visits are 5 minutes long, so your child will get more time with the big guy than they would at a mall where you spend more time in a line waiting, with anxious and excited kids.
Our packages start at $24.99 for a live 5 minute Video-Visit with Santa, which includes your shareable Keepsake Video. That's about 50% of the average price of mall Santa photo packages!
With Visit With Santa, there's no 30 minute drives, no parking nightmares, no crowds of people, and no long lines! Visit with Santa right in the comfort of your own living room.
It is not as scary to talk to Santa when you do it from the comfort and safety of of your own home. You can even wear your PJs! In fact, it adds to the cozy, comfortable feel of the visit.
Your Keepsake Video makes grandma and grandpa and anyone else who couldn't be there feel like they were in the room with you, and you can go back and watch the fun over and over. Children, both young and wise, love this!
Video visits are fun for the whole family and the time you save not driving to the mall can be used to make a special occasion of the event - pop some corn, bake some cookies, and/or get your ugly Christmas sweaters on!
Santa should be in the North Pole, right?! With video visits, there are no awkward questions about why Santa is at a mall in Poughkeepsie instead of at the North Pole, getting ready for the big departure on Christmas eve.
Who knows where that mall Santa's lap has been, whenj hundreds of kids have been climbing and sneezing on him all day long…