In pictures: brands target shoppers and commuters in festive ads

Post Office, Costa Coffee and Coca-Cola are among the brands spreading Christmas cheer in outdoor campaigns across the country.

  • The Post Office targets shoppers in Covent Garden...

    The Post Office targets shoppers in Covent Garden...

  • ...and in shopping centres...

    ...and in shopping centres...

  • ...and commuters heading home for Christmas

    ...and commuters heading home for Christmas

  • Fullers Brewery directs Santa down its chimney

    Fullers Brewery directs Santa down its chimney

  • Coca Cola spreads Christmas cheer among rail commuters...

    Coca Cola spreads Christmas cheer among rail commuters...

  • ...and commuters by car

    ...and commuters by car

  • Costa Coffee makes a festive addition to a sparkling shopping centre

    Costa Coffee makes a festive addition to a sparkling shopping centre

  • Glasgow loves Christmas!

    Glasgow loves Christmas!

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In the gallery above, the Post Office targets consumers and commuters using experiential activity and outdoor poster sites at one of the service's busiest times of the year.

Post Office created a 'Christmas Stamp Shop' in Covent Garden and is running out-of-home ads in shopping centres and train stations.

Meanwhile, Coca Cola targets rail and road commuters across a number of poster sites.

The gallery also shows shopping centre ads for Costa Coffee, bringing festive cheer nestled in the sparkle of Christmas decorations.

If you have any more examples of festive outdoor campaigns, send to ben.hall@haymarket.com and tell us what you think of the current selection in the comment box below.

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