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How can I get a Santa letter postmarked from the North Pole?

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Santa letters postmarked from the North Pole are available from the U.S. Postal Service. The letter envelopes receive a stamp bearing the name "Santa" as the letter's sender.

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How can I get a Santa letter postmarked from the North Pole?
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To receive Santa letters prior to Christmas Day, patrons must request their mail by a given date each year. The letters are sent from the post office in Anchorage, Alaska. Letters must be mailed along with a self-addressed, First Class-stamped envelope bearing the return address, "Santa, North Pole" to the North Pole Postmark Postmaster in Anchorage. In addition to Santa letters, this service is also available for sending standard holiday greeting cards.

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