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You can book a Zoom call with Santa for your kids and it’s sure to make Christmas magical


THANKS to coronavirus a trip to see Father Christmas at your local shopping centre is looking less and less likely this year.

However, you can now treat your kids to a conversation with Santa from the comfort of your very own home as the big man is now offering Zoom calls.

You can treat your kids to a Zoom call with Santa this festive season

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You can treat your kids to a Zoom call with Santa this festive seasonCredit: zoomsanta.com.au

Children can enjoy a magical and unforgettable experience via a personalised and live exchange while maintaining social distancing – not to mention avoiding dragging them round the shops.

Straight Down The Line Promotions has been providing Santas for 25 years across Australia for a whole range of memorable experiences such as shopping centre visits, private parties, corporate events, community clubs, schools and sporting events.

The company has now launched the Zoom call service, which is available to children worldwide from Friday 13th November.

Each of the Santas has attended Santa School beforehand in order to deliver the most authentically genuine experience this side of the North Pole.

But a chin wag with Father Christmas doesn't come cheap with a 12 minute phone call costing £112

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But a chin wag with Father Christmas doesn’t come cheap with a 12 minute phone call costing £112Credit: zoomsanta.com.au

All friendly, experienced Santas come with red and white Santa suit – padding real or otherwise provided, jingle bells, deluxe white beard, glasses and curly wig, official North Pole certification, jolly and reassuring manner and loads of festive cheer.

You need to register via the Zoom Santa website and select a day and time.

You will then be sent an email with all the information you will need, and all you have to do is be ready when he calls.

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However, a chat with Santa doesn’t come cheap with the service costing $199 AUD (£112.05) for just 12 minutes.

This article was originally published on Kidspot and has been republished with permission.

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