Paper Round (27 April) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

Supermarket offers dominate the papers while laptop deals are the priority for electronics dealers.

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Tesco takes out eight consecutive ads in the front pages of the Daily Mirror and seven in The Sun. The ads promote deals on party foods and snacks ahead of holiday celebrations.

Sainsbury’s advertises "everything you need to celebrate an extra day off work" in the Daily Mirror, The Sun, The Daily Mail and The Guardian.

M&S advertises a meal deal to help customers "celebrate in style" in The Sun and The Times while promoting its "award winning wines" in the Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph.

Technology store Best Buy advertises its in-store impartial advice to help customers choose laptops in The Times.

Meanwhile John Lewis promotes its Apple laptops in a deal that gives buyers a free hard drive in The Guardian. In The Daily Telegraph the department store advertises HP netbooks.

Currys & PC World meanwhile advertises Sony laptops in The Daily Telegraph while The Carphone Warehouse offers free broadband with Motorola tablet computers.

The National Lottery advertises tonight's rollover in the Daily Mirror, The Sun and The Daily Mail.

Vauxhall celebrates a "great British occasion" with 16 offers for customers. The ads appear in The Daily Mail and The Daily Telegraph.

Al Jazeera continues its press push advertising its coverage of events in Japan in The Independent.

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