Paper Round (11 April) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

Supermarkets aim to undercut entertainment retailers, offering the new Harry Potter DVD release in various offers across the tabloids.

  • Daily-Express.jpg

    Daily-Express.jpg

  • Daily-Star.jpg

    Daily-Star.jpg

  • The-Daily-Telegraph.jpg

    The-Daily-Telegraph.jpg

  • i.jpg

    i.jpg

  • The-Independent.jpg

    The-Independent.jpg

  • The-Times.jpg

    The-Times.jpg

  • The-Guardian.jpg

    The-Guardian.jpg

  • The-Sun.jpg

    The-Sun.jpg

  • Metro.jpg

    Metro.jpg

of

Morrisons advertises the release of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One' on DVD in The Daily Mail, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Express and The Sun. The supermarket is offering the film for £6 when shoppers spend £40 in store.

Asda also advertises the DVD release, offering an exclusive special edition disc in the Daily Mirror. While Tesco advertises the film on offer for £7 until Wednesday in the Daily Mirror.

Network Rail takes out ads in The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The Guardian, the Daily Express and the Daily Mail to alert readers to planned rail improvements that could disrupt Easter travel.

Transport for London meanwhile, advertises its ‘low emissions zone’ urging readers of The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and the Daily Express to check if commercial vehicles are affected.

Specsavers takes out a full page in The Times to remind parents that children are eligible for free glasses and eye tests.

HSBC takes out two ads across a double page spread in The Daily Telegraph, asking "what connects these business thinkers?" to highlight its business accounts.

The Daily Mail offers a free packet of spring onion seeds for readers, promoting the offer on its cover while the Daily Express gives away garden plants in its own cover promotion.

Have your say...

Before commenting please read our rules for commenting on articles.

If you see a comment you find offensive, you can flag it as inappropriate. In the top right-hand corner of an individual comment, you will see 'flag as inappropriate'. Clicking this prompts us to review the comment. For further information see our rules for commenting on articles.

comments powered by Disqus
Media Week Jobs
Search for more media jobs

Latest

BT Sport continues to invest in football line-up

BT Sport continues to invest in football line-up

BT Sport continues to invest in its football coverage ahead of the new Premier League season starting next month.

Share
Ex-Topshop CMO and Tunepics founder Justin Cooke on 'insanity' and Einstein

Ex-Topshop CMO and Tunepics founder Justin Cooke on 'insanity' and Einstein

"There's magic in insanity," claims Tunepics founder and former Topshop CMO Justin Cooke, in a video for Virgin Atlantic in which he also discusses the challenges of running a business.

Share
Clarification: Omnicom not late to the government review

Clarification: Omnicom not late to the government review

Campaign is pleased to clarify that Omnicom Media Group is on the government media buying shortlist and did not apply late to any part of the pitch process, handled by the Crown Commercial Service.

Share

Get news by email