Santa’s staying safe this year by cancelling all of his Nordstrom appearances to quarantine up in the North Pole.
Rather than hosting in-person meet-and-greets at Nordstrom, Santa will be zooming onto your computer screen, ready to take Christmas lists virtually. Nordstrom has released an additional note for parents, adding that Nordstrom Santas are diverse, with a range of ethnic backgrounds and body types.
Each 15-minute video call costs $20 with proceeds supporting Operation Warm, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.
Tickets can be purchased online.
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If your kids are eager to interact with Santa but aren’t keen on video calls, they can alternatively send a letter to Santa.
Using the Nordstrom Santa sheet template, which can be printed online, your young ones can list out what they’d like for Christmas. Then starting November 27, you can drop off your letters curbside at any Nordstrom, where they will be delivered to Santa.
Letters to Santa can be delivered up to December 20. For more information, visit Nordstrom’s website.