Portable North Pole | A Review

Wednesday, 7 December 2016
Jack is at the perfect believing age for Santa, this year he seems even more excited then ever. Earlier in the year when I went to Blog On I got to see Portable North Pole in action, its something I've heard of in previous years but never actually done but this year we have. 

We've been trying the Portable North Pole Magic Pass out, and have loved it. So for those of you not aware Portable North Pole (PNP) allows Santa to send personalised video messages to children and even adults all around the world. Its so fun in fact, that since the launch in 2008 more than 150 million video messages have been viewed. 

PNP comes with two packages, the video pass priced at £6.99 and the magic pass priced at £9.99. With the video pass you get unlimited premium videos and the reaction recorder. In addition to this with a magic pass you get unlimited Santa calls, HD downloads and story time with Santa, which includes a new video every week in December. 

There are so many different exciting things which you get with the app which I love, and have had fun playing along with. This year PNP have also introduced the reaction recorder, which is a lovely way to capture the initial reaction of your child. They have also introduced a new toy and gift collection exclusive to John Lewis to add to the excitement. 

Using the PNP app has certainly made the experience a little more magical for Jack. Receiving the calls and videos have made him so excited for the big red man to come. 

Please Note: I received a free magic pass in exchange for an honest review. 

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