The Best Christmas Ads of 2016

The Best Christmas Ads of 2016

Dec. 13, 2016

We believe people don't hate advertising, they just hate bad advertising. Moreover, Christmas ads are powerful things, because they can make us laugh, they can make us cry and finally they can make us spend our hard-earned money on things we later wonder if we even need at all.

2016 was a year full of interesting, funny and touching christmas campaigns.

Here are Ads of Brands' picks for the 10 best christmas campaigns of passing 2016.


"Be Present"

Brand: Huawei | Agency: LH/TBWA

"Christmas is a Feast"

Brand: REWE | Agency: thjnk


Brand: Allegro | Agency: Bardzo

  "December 21st"

Brand: Spain's State Lottery | Agency: Leo Burnett Madrid

  "Coming Home for Christmas"

Brand: Heathrow Airport | Agency: Havas London

  "Juliette the Doll"

Brand: McDonald's | Agency: Leo Burnett London

"Buster The Boxer"

Brand: John Lewis | Agency: adam&eveDDB

"Do You See What I See?"

Brand: Meijer | Agency: The Distillery Project

"Come Together"

Brand: H&M | Agency: adam&eveDDB

"That is Christmas"

Brand: Bahlsen | Agency: Labamba


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