Portable North Pole – Christmas Magic at Home

by Tracy on December 9, 2013 · 1 comment

in Free, Frugal Family Fun, Product Reviews

Disclosure: I received complementary Portable North Pole products in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Portable North Pole - Christmas Magic at Home

Portable North Pole – Christmas Magic at Home

The holidays are HERE! Are you excited? I know we are! Come December 1st both my kiddos were asking me when Santa would send his video so they knew if they were on the Naughty or Nice list. We all love Portable North Pole!

Not familiar with this FUN must-do holiday tradition? The magical Portable North Pole console allows Santa to stay in touch with his millions of friends around the globe, all at the click of a button. Nothing makes Santa happier than creating special “Merry Christmas!” video messages and spreading his holiday cheer.

Portable North Pole is mostly for young children who still believe in Santa and the magic of Christmas. But, are you ever too old to believe in the Magic of Christmas? I don’t think so :) Even adults can join in on the Christmas magic with customizable videos for those 18+.

Portable North Pole - Christmas Magic at Home

PNP (Portable North Pole) offers a different video scenario for nice and naughty kids – and nice and naughty adults too. Sadie was on the nice list this morning, but Steven was on the Naughty/Nice list. He got in “trouble” at school last week for not paying attention, so this was the perfect reminder for him. Santa also let him know that it’s important to pay attention to your teacher. LOVE IT!

Portable North Pole - Christmas Magic at Home

PNP brings the magic of Christmas to life in the hearts of kids and adults all around the world, making the holiday season more special than ever. You can even add personal images to your video – which is great – the kids always ask me how Santa got those pictures. It’s a great way to remind them that Santa to always watching ;)

How much is this FUN video? FREEEEEEE. Yes, FREEEEEE :)  How long does it take to make it?  Just minutes!  You answer the questions, upload the pics and it’s ready instantly!

The personalized video message from Santa is FREE…but Santa and his elves offer a whole host of other personalized products, too, like the Premium Video, a personalized Phone Call from Santa, and the newly update iOS and Droid apps.

Another reason to love PNP…they donate 5% of all online sales to a Children’s Hospital close to the your location. PNP currently collaborates with over 40 regional Children’s Hospitals in the U.S.

Get started over at the Portable North Pole

Make sure you check out these other FUN features over on the PNP:

  • Portable North Pole’s Downloadable Santa’s Premium Video – Only $3.99
  • Portable North Pole’s Santa’s Phone Call – Just $3.99 for one call or $6.99 for three calls
  • Portable North Pole’s Mobile App, Retail: $3.99 for iOS and Android; $4.99 HD app for iPad and iPad mini
  • Santa Sprint: PNP Adventure, $2.99

My kids love the phone call too – last year I pretended that we were calling my mom and the phone rang and it was Santa! PRICELESS! Santa will pick up the phone and call directly to deliver his personalized message. Santa’s call will last approximately two minutes and you can choose between 14 message options.

The Premium video includes almost 6 minutes of personalized video message from Santa Claus, features 3 additional photos and more personal details, a clip of Santa’s riding on his sleigh and even a personalized Christmas carol!

Make sure to stay social too – check out PNP on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube.

Disclosure: I received complementary Portable North Pole products in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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1 Abigail McKnight December 15, 2013 at 10:41 am

I am 8 years old and like dogs I have a dog called penny I want Moshi monsters for christmas

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