If you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping yet we’re rewarding you. That’s a new take isn’t it? Normally you don’t get rewarded for procrastinating.
For those of you that are still scrambling around to finish shopping we are offering a chance to save by shopping online at the Santa Claus Christmas Store. Save 20% on your purchase (until midnight) on December 18! Just use promotion code Christmas20 during checkout to save!
You’ll find everything online that we also offer in the store; Christmas gifts, indoor and outdoor lights, decor, collectibles and more.
Keep in mind … we’re not encouraging this behavior. It just so happens to work to your advantage this time.
The Santa Claus Christmas Store now offers online shopping. Just in the “nick” of time! If you’re searching for Christmas gifts, decor, indoor and outdoor lights, collectibles and more, you’re in luck.
Get those last minutes gifts online, without even leaving your house. And it’s okay … you can shop in your pajamas, we won’t tell. Santa doesn’t judge.
Dee and Savannah, with the help of several of our maintenance workers, worked very hard to get them ready in time. I don’t think I’m prejudice when I say this … they were very nice floats. But I’ll let you judge for yourselves.
Santa Claus, Indiana, made the list! The list of the top five Christmas destinations for 2009, that is.
“Santa Claus, Indiana- Can the celebration of Christmas ever be imagined without Santa Claus? Plan a tour to Santa Claus located in Indiana state and chill out in the Christmas festival. This Christmas festival is all about kids’ festivals, festivals of light, good food and good accommodation. Also, enjoy the Santa’s Candy Castle, Frosty’s Fun Center and Santa Claus Post office in the city.”
I bet a lot of you would like a sneak peek of what Santa is bringing this Christmas season. Not too much longer to wait!
In the spirit of “sneak peeks” here is a short video tour of our Santa Claus Land of Lights. This driving tour of lights tells the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed reindeer, who if you didn’t know was born here in Santa Claus, Indiana. We all know how Rudolph was the reindeer that led Santa’s sleigh on that foggy night … but we’re telling the rest of the story.
Fore more information and the operating schedule please visit the website.