6 best Secret Santa websites to use this Christmas
Christmas is coming and we’re all going to offer and receive many presents. However, choosing the right present for your loved ones can sometimes be quite difficult.
Best Secret Santa generators
1. Secret Santa Organizer
Secret Santa Organizer is a free online Secret Santa gift exchange organizer that will definitely make your work easier. You can use it to better plan your Secret Santa party with friends, family and co-workers. First, create your wishlist to let Santa know what you want for Christmas. Then, this wishlist is sent to your Secret Santa.
Secret Santa Organizer randomly assigns persons to each other to give a present to one another. In this manner, you can keep track of the number of persons taking part at this year’s Secret Santa party and you’re sure that the recipients will all love their presents.
For more information, check out Secret Santa Organizer’s website.
2. Draw Names
Draw Names is a simple platform that allows you to submit the names and email addresses of your friends and organize a Secret Santa gift exchange. You can also use your group from the last year or add new friends to the list.
Each group chooses one person to be their organizer. The Organizer adds the name and email address of all the group members, and sends an email regarding the gift exchange. The platform then draws names for all the participants and emails them their drawn name. Members can submit their own wish list and send questions to their Secret Santa if need be for more details.
For more information, check out Draw Names’ official website.
3. Elfster’s Secret Santa generator
Elfster’s Secret Santa generator guides you through the whole Secret Santa process. First off all, you create a wish list, then you start a Secret Santa event by inviting your friends, family or co-workers. At the end, you simply go shopping using Elfster’s gift guides. As you can see, you can find all the Secret Santa resources that you need in a one place.
For more information, you can check out Elfster’s official website.
4. Sneaky Santa
Sneaky Santa is a useful Secret Santa generator you can use to organize this year’s Secret Santa party. The platform allows you to set up rules for the name drawing, send anonymous messages to the person whose name you draw and share gift ideas.
First of all, you need to create or join a group. Then you enter gift ideas on your wishlist. You then draw names, and check out what everybody wants. It’s as simple as that. For more information, you can check out Sneaky Santa’s official website.
5. Secret Santa Generator
Picking the names for Secret Santa can sometimes be quite time-consuming. With the Secret Santa Generator, you can easily organize your Secret Santa party. All you need to do is put the names in a hat, set up some rules to make sure everything goes on smoothly and then tell your friends who they picked.
Secret Santa Generator is free and easy to use. For more information, check out the Secret Santa Generator’s website.
Another interesting choice for an online Secret Santa generator is Pikkado. The tool allows you to create a dedicated group, launch the invitations by email to make sure that all the people want to participate at your Secret Santa event, draw the names, and then send the Secret Santa names to your friends.
Pikkado also allows you to simulate and perform the virtual draw, reuse your groups year after year (this is a very handy feature), manage your exchange rules, and more.
The tool is perfect for organizing corporate Secret Santa events.
For more information, check out Pikkado’s website.
That’s about it for our list of Secret Santa websites. May Santa Claus bring you lots of gifts!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2016 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.
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