Our winner of Christmas Ad of the year goes to…

It’s clear to us, after looking over the candidates for Christmas Ad of the year that the UK’s Marks and
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It’s clear to us, after looking over the candidates for Christmas Ad of the year that the UK’s Marks and Spencer advertisement has won the race with this emotive doozy!  

The best ads in the US normally stem from the Superbowl, but the best ads in the UK as always released around Christmas time.  

Get into the Christmas spirit with this one today.  Tell us if you think it is the best.  

In the Marks and Spencers ad, Mrs Claus takes a modern bent to Christmas and saves the day after receiving a note from a young boy who needs her help, she hops in a helicopter to deliver a special present for his older sister. The look on his sister’s face: priceless. That’s just gorgeous! 

We’ve provided a couple of the other candidates for you to enjoy alongside it.  

Sainsbury’s UK 2016 

 

John Lewis’s Buster the Boxer Ad

And the Waitrose ad about a little Robin trying to find its way home for Christmas.  

 

Which is your favourite? 

  1. Judith  

    IMHO, THE best ‘Xmas’ themed tv advert is from ‘Apple’.

    ‘Frankenstein’ comes to the local Village, where all the folk are gathered in front of a big, beautiful Tree, & he starts singing.

    At first, the villagers’ are scared of him, then a little boy, by himself,
    starts singing with him, then the rest of the gathered start singing with him.

    By the end of the ad he’s crying, & so am I!

    It’s just a simply beautiful advert!

  2. Marilynne  

    The best of tv’s advertisements currently are:

    Mainland Cheese, the one featuring the semi-trailer.

    The Aldi ones’, with people ‘conversing with’ the Laundry Powder box, the sliced bread loaf, & the mushroom.

    The IKEA one, with various pieces’ of furniture dancing, & ‘bopping-around’ to the music!

    All these ads’ are simple in their making, but they’re funny, each in their own way.
    They’re very, very clever!

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