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Receive a Phone Call From Santa, and Track His Flight on Christmas Eve

There are a number of ways to talk with Santa in the days leading up to Christmas Day that don't require you to fight through holiday traffic and last minute shoppers.

Santa Claus is coming to town – this weekend! If you haven’t had a chance to visit him at the and don’t want to fight the traffic and last minute shoppers to get there, there are other options for your kids to talk with Santa.

The radio station B101 has Santa on phone duty from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, so kids can talk with Santa and tell him what they want for Christmas.

If you have Vonage, you can call the Santa hotline and kids can leave a message for Santa and their wish list. The entire message will be forwarded to the e-mail address linked with the Vonage account.

Google also has a free service where your kids can receive a phone call from Santa. You can include their name, what they want for Christmas and more.

Beginning on Christmas Eve, kids can track Santa using NORAD's Santa Tracker. Kids can watch as Santa delivers toys around the world, and even watch videos of Santa flying over towns around the world.

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