Happy Holidays Kinderling fam! This festive season we’re giving your kid the chance to win a call with Santa! Hold off sending your letters to the North Pole, because they could ask him directly what they want to find in their stocking on December 25.
Four lucky kids will chat with the jolly guy himself about presents, Rudolph the reindeer and the latest North Pole news. Just enter via the competition form below for your chance to win.
- Your child must be at least four years old to speak with Santa.
- You and your child must be available at 6pm on Sunday December 2, 2018 to speak with Santa.
And tune in to Kinderling for Santa's Countdown - every evening at 5 in December. Santa will be calling in live to give a daily update on his preparations for the big day (when he’ll be the official Kinderling DJ all Christmas Day)!Win a call with Santa!
Can't see the competition form? Click here to enter.
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