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Best Christmas advertisement of all time 2020

Best Christmas advertisement of all time 2020 

 This is around that season from the year again when the John Lewis, McDonald's, Sainsbury's, and Coca-Cola's commercials are bothering you while watching youtube videos by popping up in your YouTube videos ads.

But aside from the bothering and irritating, the holiday season isn't concluded without sincere advertisements that fill y'all with the Christmas feeling. Today we will find out the top 5 all-time best Christmas advertisements of all time.

1) M&M’s – “Faint” (1996)


This famous campaign has aired each Christmas season for everything that looks like forever. Since our wisecracking spokes-candies set out a container of (special holiday edition) M&M’s for Santa, they’re shocked to discover that “he does exist.”


2) Sainsbury’s — The Greatest Gift

For the last few years, Sainsbury’s Christmas advertisements remain that class of videos that the audience loves to watch forward. 



The Greatest Gift reveals the story of a hard-working guy named Dave. The man understands that the most exceptional gift he can offer to his loved ones is his appearance and the time that he will spend with them.

3) Folgers Coffee – “Peter Comes Home For Christmas” (1986)

The “home for the holidays” theme remains a very favorite one for Christmas ads. When Peter went back to his home on Christmas day, he surprises his family by, whatever different? The familiar aroma of the Folgers coffee.


Though Folgers Coffee exists then a household name, the ad surely wasn't bothering. It persevered for over 17 years and all we knew that this is one of the most famous vintage Christmas ads of all time.

4) Hershey’s Kisses — Christmas Bells



Ogilvy & Mather produced the aforementioned truly stunningly and simplistic yet a very memorable Christmas advertisement in the year 1989. This ad highlights festively covered Hershey’s Kisses that offer ‘We Wish You a Merry Christmas’.

5) Coca-Cola “Northern Lights” (1993)

Coke’s polar bears are iconic now and it does produce dozens of advertisements after they primarily debuted throughout the 1993 Academy Awards. The spot, “Northern Lights” gained immediate praise from the watchers and the media.



The compact, simplistic ad required no intelligence to carry the familiar feeling of shattering open a cold refreshment.



 
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