Tuesday, March 19, 2019
2018 Christmas adverts

Retail Gazette Loves: 2018’s Christmas adverts

Almost all of the UK's major retailers have now unveiled their Christmas adverts for 2018. Here they are, all in one place.
Elton John Lewis Christmas

Elton John stars in John Lewis’ Christmas advert

John Lewis’ Christmas advert for 2018 has finally been revealed, with Elton John in the starring role.
Iceland Christmas

Iceland follows up banned Christmas ad with orangutan sightings across London

The Christmas advert that has everyone talking has been followed up with sightings of a realistic orangutan across London.

M&S releases 2nd Christmas ad featuring Holly Willoughby & David Gandy

Marks & Spencer has released its second Christmas advert for its clothing and home departments, featuring Holly Willoughby
Sainsbury's Christmas ad

Sainsbury’s enlists The Greatest Showman director for Christmas ad

Sainsbury’s has enlisted the director of blockbuster film The Greatest Showman for its 2018 Christmas advert.
Waitrose Christmas ad

Waitrose launches Christmas ad series ahead of John Lewis

Waitrose has launched its Christmas campaign as the nation continues to wait patiently for John Lewis' annual blockbuster.

Iceland launches controversial Christmas advert online

Iceland has launched its controversial Christmas advertising campaign, which was banned by the Advertising Standards Authority.
Debenhams Christmas

Debenhams the first department store to launch Christmas TV ads

Debenhams has become the first of the major department store to launch a TV campaign.

Lego launches first ever global Christmas advert

Lego has launched its first ever global Christmas campaign, as it continues to push forward its TV marketing presence.

Currys PC World becomes first to launch Christmas advert

Currys PC World has become the first retailer to launch its Christmas advert as the retail industry gears up for Christmas.

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