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First Christmas TV ad of 2022 airs across the UK - just 12 days after Christmas 2021

Source - Chronicle Live

By - Daniel Hall

Date - 26-01-2022


The UK's first Christmas advert for 2022 is already on our screens - just 12 days after Christmas 2021 
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Many have been shocked by Creme Eggs and Mini Eggs appearing in the supermarket just days after Christmas.

But for one company, it's never too soon for yuletide advertising.

Family festive savings club Park has launched its first TV ad for Christmas 2022, just twelve days after Christmas 2021, as part of its 'Sorry Not Sorry' campaign.

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The campaign encourages people to save for the festive season this year - which is still a whole 11 months away.

It features Christmas jumpers, dancing penguins, snowmen, carol singers, and an antlered-newsreader inside a snow globe, who says: "We just want to help you have a brilliant Christmas."

The 30-second advert is at least self-aware, and touches on how 'crackers' it is to mention Christmas 2022 .


Katherine Scott, director of marketing at Park Christmas Savings said: "The key message of our TV ad is that by getting a head-start and putting away an affordable amount of money weekly or monthly, paying for Christmas 2022 need not be a burden."

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WWW.CHRONICLELIVE.CO.UK

Festive savings club Park has already launched it's 'Sorry Not Sorry' campaign which encourages people to start putting money aside for Christmas 2022

 

 

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It is a bit irritating, the week after New Years Day our village shop started to stock the shelves with Easter eggs. Good Lord, if I were to purchase them now, they wouldn't make it to tomorrow never mind Easter :)

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It amazes me just how far ahead retailers are trying to get a jump on each and every holiday now.

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8 minutes ago, Santa SteveKl said:

It amazes me just how far ahead retailers are trying to get a jump on each and every holiday now.

Getting a jump, these Easter eggs are for Easter 2023 lol

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3 minutes ago, Rob Thompson said:

Getting a jump, these Easter eggs are for Easter 2023 lol

How are they trying to do it a year ahead of time. If they are plastic, maybe, but that is just wrong.

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Just now, Santa SteveKl said:

How are they trying to do it a year ahead of time. If they are plastic, maybe, but that is just wrong.

Joke :) 

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