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tomo359979 posts since 18 Oct 2009
Border (England)
There are some basic short ads promoting offers with a slightly Christmas version of ‘pretty shining people’ by George Ezra in the background, but that is all.

Thinking about it (and then checking on YouTube) did they do a main one last Christmas?


That's a good point. The ad I was thinking they did last year was actually their 2017 ad so maybe they're not bothering with big adverts now and just going to do small ones focusing on various items.
TIGHazard578 posts since 3 Jan 2014
Tyne Tees Look North (North East)
There are some basic short ads promoting offers with a slightly Christmas version of ‘pretty shining people’ by George Ezra in the background, but that is all.

Thinking about it (and then checking on YouTube) did they do a main one last Christmas?


Didn't they repeat their Free From ad?


Yes and no. I believe they had two versions in 2017. Only one in 2018.
Josh1,074 posts since 21 Dec 2014
It's not Christmassy as such but it's a new advert none the less. Viewers of a nervous disposition and a fear of Mr Blobby should not watch this! Razz
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Brekkie32,622 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
Another thing notable about that ad is you get a clear idea of what they sell. John Lewis may be considered the king of Christmas ads at the moment but anyone got a clue what they actually sell?
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Andrew13,901 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Not a Christmas advert but I see the Deliveroo advert has been banned due to being misleading, as it suggested you can order from umpteen restaurants all in one go and get it all delivered together.

At least Karen won’t have to worry about those Carbs anymore.
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