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Christmas Adverts 2020

BK
bkman1990 UTV Newsline
I will put in 2 new Christmas ads from Ireland for this year.

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Last edited by bkman1990 on 13 November 2020 9:38pm
JO
Josh
Lidl are here trying to break the stereotypical Christmas advert:
Fan of the media industry from the UK.
DM
DeMarkay London London
Josh posted:
Lidl are here trying to break the stereotypical Christmas advert:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2waeUenMzYY


Wow, wow, wow. Superb effort from Lidl there!
BR
Brekkie Wales Wales Today
Love that.

Has the John Lewis ad aired on TV yet?
Turns out nobody had 2020 vision.
JO
Josh
TV debut tonight I heard. Celeste is singing her song from the advert on The Voice tonight so that may be a segue into the advert.
Fan of the media industry from the UK.
JO
Josh
Yes, just debuted during The Voice.
Fan of the media industry from the UK.
AN
Andrew Founding member Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
This might be old school, but I feel it'd be much more of a shared event if it launched on the TV, in the middle of a high rating programme (such as at 9:15pm tomorrow)

Rather than appearing online, people watching it in their own time, some have seen it, some haven't, and then it appearing for the first time on TV in a relatively low rating programme
JA
JAS84 Yorkshire Look North (E.Yorks & Lincs)
The Voice, low rating? Confused
GE
thegeek Founding member London London
Josh posted:
Lidl are here trying to break the stereotypical Christmas advert:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2waeUenMzYY

Bit of a dig at Aldi there. Poor Kevin!

Also, Aldi and John Lewis have both ended up with animated hedgehogs. What are the odds?
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SC
SCBNI (previously StevieB) UTV Newsline
Here’s the Lidl Northern Ireland Christmas advert, they’ve gone with a different one from GB:

FA
fanoftv Central (West) Midlands Today
Both Lidl adverts are very strong, as are many this year, which is surprising in a pandemic.
PF
PFML84 UTV Newsline
If only they could agree on how the company is called. In NI it is spoken as “Lee-dill” whilst in Britain it’s pronounced “Lid ill”

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