Tesco advertises half-price artificial Christmas trees and decorations in The Daily Mirror, as well as deals on spirits.
Morrisons holds its "big pay less week", advertising offers on products including Pringles and Pepsi.
Asda promotes an exclusive DVD offer for the animated film How to Train your Dragon. A special extra animation is included with purchases of the film.
HMV advertises the animated Clone Wars series, alongside other music offers.
Polydor advertises the release of Take That’s new album Progress with a full-page ad in The Times.
Superdrug advertises a "three-for-two" offer on gift-sets, including a voucher in The Sun for a Lynx and Dove set.
Ikea advertises its low prices - promising "it’s not a sale" - and picturing furniture staples such as shelving and chairs at knock-down prices.
Medecins Sans Frontieres launches an emergency appeal to raise money to send aid to Haiti, which is facing a severe outbreak of cholera.
Legal firm Quality Solicitors takes out a full-page ad in The Times to advertise its many branches, as well as alerting readers to watch its TV ad during tonight's episode of Coronation Street.
The Sun launches another holiday offer for readers: a day trip to Disneyland Paris, which is on offer for £9.50 through vouchers included in the paper.