You know that Christmas is not far away when John Lewis launch their Christmas advert.  I love this time of year, so have put together a fun little post with a round-up of the best Christmas adverts of 2017 so far.



The 2017 Sainsbury’s Christmas advert squeezes every bit of Christmas into a wonderfully fun and festive song, sung by people all over Britain.


The Waitrose Christmas advert focuses on community spirit for its festive ad with the story of villagers who find themselves snowed in at the highest pub in Britain for Christmas lunch.

John Lewis Christmas: Moz The Monster

John Lewis has once more delivered a fantastic Christmas advert, featuring a little boy called Joe who is kept awake by a 7ft imaginary monster called Moz, who is living under his bed.

For his Christmas, Joe has a night light as a present, which helps him get peace and quiet from his friend Moz. My children are already asking for their Moz toy, book and nightlight!

M&S Christmas : Paddington & The Christmas Visitor

We love this years advert from M&S which stars Paddington Bear as he helps Santa save Christmas.

Toys R Us – Geoffrey the Part Time Reindeer

Most parents will still remember the iconic Toys R Us adverts when you were growing up. In this years fun advert we see Santa visit the store, but his reindeer’s get distracted with all the toys on offer, but luckily for Santa Geoffrey the Giraffe at Toys R Us helps Santa complete his task.

Sky Cinema Christmas

There is nothing better at Christmas than all the family watching a movie together, and Sky Cinema captures this brilliantly showing the power of film. Centred around the family classic, The Sound of Music, the advert tells the moving story of a mother and daughter and the Christmases they spend together over the course of 25 years.

Amazon Christmas

Many households will be filled with Amazon boxes on the run up to Christmas and in this advert you will see hundreds of cardboard boxes singing Roger Hodgson’s anthem, ‘Give a Little Bit’, as they embark on a magical journey.  One package is then delivered to a little girl, which puts a very big smile on her face.


In the Debenhams advert you come across a young woman named Ellie who loses her shoe on a crowded train and the handsome stranger Josh who finds it, before trying to reunite the shoe with it’s owner. If it sounds very familiar its a modern take on Charles Perrault’s classic 1697 fairy-tale, Cinderella and includes an appearance from Ewan McGregor.

TK Maxx Christmas

In this ad from TK Maxx, we see a White Christmas come to life as a grandfather gifts his lucky granddaughter a snow globe. What is cool about TK Maxx is that if you find their exclusive snow globe in store or online from November 17th they will come and cover your home in real snow – How Cool!

Boots Christmas

This years festive advert from Boots tells the journey of two sisters Ruth and Sarah through a montage of moments through the years alongside their use of the health and beauty .



Aldi Christmas : Kevin The Carrot

The famous Aldi carrot Kevin is back for the Christmas advert this year, where he finds love on the dinner table set on a luxurious sleeper train with a carrot called Katie.


In their three Christmas ads this year you follow different characters – The Cavalier Carver, The Mince Pie Maverick and the Double Dipper.


This is the first advert of five parts of its ‘Everyone’s Welcome’ campaign, which celebrates the different ways people spend Christmas.

Asda Christmas : Best Christmas Ever

The Asda advert features a little girl and her grandad taking a trip through a magic Christmas workshop called the Imaginarium.

Argos Christmas : Ready For Take Off

In this heartwarming Argos advert for 2017 you will find one of Santa’s elves trying to make a child’s Christmas dream come true.

Very Christmas : Get More Out of Giving

Anna and her cuddly wolf toy set out to give a pink cubed present to everyone on their Christmas list including one very special recipient – Santa.

Not on the Highstreet Christmas

Which Christmas advert is your favourite so far this year?

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