Digital News Report – There is now more ways than ever before to track Santa this Christmas Eve. Everyone knows that Santa is busy delivering gifts across the world on December 24, 2010. Because of this, kids have been known to stay up past their bedtimes and try to sneak a peak of him delivering toys at their home. However, if the kids are awake Santa may have trouble delivering the goodies to their house. How can parents show the kids where Santa is? Well with all the technology nowadays there are several ways you can track Santa delivering presents.
The most popular way to follow Santa on Christmas Eve is with the NORAD Santa tracker website. This website is counting down right now, just hours away until you can see where Santa is right now on December 24th. Luckily, Santa usually starts in Asia and moves to the United States so the kids will be ready to go to sleep before he arrives. The Norad Santa Tracking website is at http://www.noradsanta.org/ .
If you have AT&T U-verse TV service you can track Santa’s deliveries by turning to channel 98 or you can also get the AT&T Santa Tracker App to put on your mobile devices if you are going to be out traveling that night. There are also games, and singalongs to participate with as well.
If you are on the road driving and you have GM’s OnStar service subscription you can get a Santa Update starting at 6 am EST on Christmas Eve. All you have to do is push the blue OnStar button and ask for a “Santa Update.” The OnStar advisors will keep you updated through 5 am EST early Christmas morning. OnStar is using NORAD Tracking Santa program to inform on the whereabouts of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.
Also don’t forget to put out the Christmas cookies, I hear Santa still likes to eat them.
By Victoria Brown
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AT&T Uverse TV Santa Tracker and activities YouTube Video