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Christmas ads on the TV are often the first sign that Christmas is coming! Here are some of our favourites to get you in the mood alongside some classic ads that have withstood the test of time, reminding us of our own childhood and the magic of Christmas.
Happy Christmas from everyone at Guinness. Even at the Home of the Black Stuff, We're dreaming of a White One.
The iconic Guinness Christmas TV ad filmed in Ireland. The music was produced specially for the commercial by composer Kevin Sargent.
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Doesn't feel like Christmas without The Snowman! This is the classic ad, one of our favourites. The Snowman by AnPost 2005.
Those of you who are old enough should remember this. This is an ad broadcast in Ireland in the late 80s and early 90s. For some reason everyone always seems to remember it. Enjoy.
Christmas is a time of magic, and presents, and family. We see Aoife happily write her letter to Santa but for some reason she just doesn’t seem to be very excited about the rest of the build up to Christmas and wonder why, until Christmas morning! At Vodafone we want you to get closer this Christmas, but we know that sometimes, the best call of all is made in person. Happy Christmas.
Because today's moments are tomorrow's memories. Enjoy our magical Christmas ad for 2016 & share more special moments with Lidl. #LidlChristmasMoments
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