Get In the Christmas Mood with Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake! (giveaway) #HolidayMagic

Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake! holidaydvd-doublefeature

It’s that time of the year. The weather is getting colder, the nights longer, maybe the snow is even starting to fall. It’s time for Christmas shows and all the good times and great memories that go along with that. There are so many classics we love to see each and every year, but we also are always on the lookout for some new soon-to-be classics!

Tis the season to bring home some Christmas cheer with Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake arriving as a special DVD double feature, as well as individually on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand. Based on the animated television series “SantApprentice,” these animated tales are the perfect gift filled with holiday magic for the whole family, featuring 16 festive holiday decals in-pack!


In Santa’s Apprentice, Santa doesn’t want to retire, but rules are rules and he must train someone to replace him. The lucky winner, to be chosen from among millions of children, must be named Nicholas, be an orphan and have a pure heart. On the other side of the planet, there is a little boy who is a perfect match, but his lack of self-confidence and fear of heights make him a poor contestant. Will Santa agree to step down, and help his apprentice take his place?


In the sequel to Santa’s Apprentice, The Magic Snowflake, the new Santa is a seven year-old boy. As Nicholas contracts the illness of those who want to grow up too fast: Grown-up-itis, The Council of Retired Santas is forced to relieve him of his duties and appoint an experienced Santa who will be able to manage the delivery in time. To get his job back, Nicholas must regain the innocence, freshness and carefree attitude of his childhood.


The Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake double feature is ready for gift wrapping on DVD for the suggested retail price of $19.98. Each title is also available separately on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.98 each.

Find out where you can purchase your copy on Go Watch It!

To get ready for the Christmas season, let’s celebrate! One (1) winner will receive:

  • $100 Visa Gift Card to plan a Family Movie Night during the Holiday Season
  • Copy of Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake DVD Double Feature

Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake

Prize pack valued at $113.99

This is a sponsored post. Contest open to US mailing addresses only. Prizing courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.

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  1. Those look like great shows. We watch Christmas specials non-stop when the holidays roll around. I’ll have to snag this double feature.

    Posted 11.18.16
  2. mami2jcn wrote:

    My favorite Christmas memory was when my son was born in December 2004.

    Posted 11.18.16
  3. Betsy Barnes wrote:

    One of my favorite Christmas memory is when my son was little and my hubby would dress up as Santa and walk around outside. My son would get so excited! 🙂

    Posted 11.18.16
  4. Erin Ellis wrote:

    My favorite Christmas memory is getting engaged many years ago! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

    Posted 11.18.16
  5. Natalie wrote:

    My favorite Christmas memory was putting on our pajamas and going to the zoo to drive through their holiday lights as a kid.

    Posted 11.18.16
  6. Yeah, two new Christmas movies to get into the spirit. Both look cute and interesting. My favorite memory is watching Rudulph.

    Posted 11.19.16
  7. Lauren wrote:

    I remember thinking I heard reindeer on our roof.

    Posted 11.19.16
  8. My girls have watched these movies on Netflix. They are the perfect holiday movies to get you into the Christmas spirit.

    Posted 11.19.16
  9. Kelly D wrote:

    My favorite Christmas memory is when I helped my grandmother decorate the Christmas tree.

    Posted 11.19.16
  10. Eloise wrote:

    ah yes, the Xmas movies we watch as a family, the decorating the tree and home, and not to mention being with the whole family spending good quality time together… love the memories!

    Posted 11.19.16
  11. My twin granddaughters would love both movies, for sure. I will check them out.

    Posted 11.20.16
  12. My favorite Christmas memory was discovering that there was candy in the Christmas stockings. I loved the bright chocolates.

    Posted 11.20.16
  13. I haven’t seen this show yet. It would be fun to watch with the boys.

    Posted 11.20.16
  14. Cynthia C wrote:

    I remember getting out of bed so I could look out the window to see if Santa was flying by.

    Posted 11.21.16
  15. Cynthia R wrote:

    Some of my favorite christmas memories is my sister and I try to stay up all night so we can catch santa or the parents as we were beginning to suspect.

    Posted 11.21.16
  16. This looks really cute!!
    Thank you for the giveaway!! Happy Holidays.

    Posted 11.21.16
  17. Denise L wrote:

    My mom spoiled my daughter, especially at Christmas. One year when my daughter was 2 or 3 she ripped open a package (probably her 5th) and exclaimed with joy, “It’s exactly what I didn’t want!” We all burst out laughing!

    Posted 11.22.16
  18. carol clark wrote:

    that looks really cute we love watching the oldies like charlie brown and laughing at everything we remember and what we thought of as a kid

    Posted 11.22.16
  19. Arielle wrote:

    Some of my favorite Christmas moments are spending time with my fiance’s family.

    Posted 11.22.16
  20. Debbie F wrote:

    One of my favorite Christmas memories is getting a kitten! I named him pepper because he was black and white, which means I wasn’t very creative as a kid. 🙂

    Posted 11.22.16
  21. Donna L wrote:

    My favorite memory is when I finally met my future mother in law during the holidays.

    Posted 11.22.16
  22. marina wrote:

    I love baking cookies

    Posted 11.22.16
  23. Tina Reynolds wrote:

    My favorite memory was all of us kids getting together at my grandparents house they made it amazing or all of us. I always miss them and remember the memories I hope I make christmas as special for my kids.

    Posted 11.23.16
  24. Denise S wrote:

    One of my favorite memories is sneaking candy canes off the tree with my sister.

    Posted 11.23.16
  25. Sheila K. wrote:

    My favorite holiday memory was going to Canada with some good friends.

    Posted 11.23.16
  26. Jackie wrote:

    My favorite memory is of me and my brothers waiting for Dad to unlock the living room door on Christmas morning so we could see what Santa brought for us.

    Posted 11.26.16
  27. Joann F wrote:

    My favorite memory is when my Grandma took me and my sister to see the Rockettes.

    Posted 11.26.16
  28. AEKZ2 wrote:

    My favorite memory was the first one my husband and I celebrated together back in 1991. We had a little Charlie Brown tree.

    Posted 11.26.16
  29. BRIAN E. wrote:

    Our kids would love watching The Santa’s Apprentice and The Magic Snowflake dvd’s on their Xmas school break !

    Posted 11.26.16
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    Posted 1.3.17

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