I’m not a newbie to this PNP lark-we actually use this service every year, giving the children their own personalised videos from the man in red himself.
This year however, I was asked to write a review on the service, and introduce some new options for the video personalisation, and even show you some merchandise that is now available!
What is PNP (Portable North Pole)?
PNP is an app/website that allows you to set up phone calls or videos for your children (or adults actually). Both the calls and the videos are personalised-you can add photos, and special information specific to your child, so that the videos are unique to them. The app is free and you get two free videos to choose from.
There is also the option of purchasing the Magic Pass, which entitles you get as many videos and calls as you like, and you get more options for different types of video and call! Keep reading to find out how you could get 20% off of the Magic Pass!
As I mentioned above, this year, PNP have partnered up with John Lewis, and brought out some beautiful products to coincide with the videos and calls.
We received this Do Good Elf, who comes with a code to create free videos on the website or app!
Available from John Lewis for £20, you can check out the elves, and the other products on offer HERE.
As I said, we’re no stranger to PNP, so creating the videos comes easy to me each year. You have prompts on each stage of the personalisation of the content, and can use photos and special things your children have done throughout the year, that Santa can then mention in his video.
We thought we’d share our video with you!
We absolutely love this service, and it is at the top of our list to take part in every year. Above I mentioned a discount of 20% for all of my readers-so, to redeem the code, you’ll need to create an account on the main PNP website HERE, and then, at the payment cart once you’ve added the magic pass, apply the code PNP7BLG20 to receive your discount.
It really is a beautiful way to bring the magic of Santa to your children this Christmas.