The best Christmas commercials include animated classics and several vintage spots that may still be aired today. The ads on this list are those most of us know well and love. Many of the retro Christmas ads feature encounters with Santa Claus, not surprisingly. Some are adorable, others are straight up tearjerkers, but all of the holiday commercials listed here are memorable in some way. Which nostalgic Christmas commercials do you think are the best? Vote for your favorites, and of course, vote down any ads that you don't like.
Christmas is a big time for advertisers. Whether it's ads for Christmas candy or one of those famous Hallmark ads, TV viewers are subjected to countless holiday commercials each season. Some of the commercials have a Christmas theme, but they can also be more general, so they can air throughout the winter. One good example of this is the Campbell's melting snowman ad: Yes, it includes a variation of the holiday carol "Let it Snow," but it never actually says anything about Christmas. Smart move, because the ad can air for several months beyond the holidays. Others include memorable Hallmark Christmas commercials and many more seasonal ads.
What are the best Christmas commercials of all time? Take a look at these famous ads and see what are some memorable Christmas commercials.The best Christmas commercials, quite honestly, can rank right up there with awesome Christmas TV specials in terms of holiday nostalgia. They tug at our heartstrings, make us laugh and make us hungry. Enjoy, and have a happy holiday!
Hershey's Kisses Christmas Commercial
Coca Cola Christmas Commercial: Polar Bears and Penguins
M&M's Meet Santa Claus
Yellow M&M: "So, you think Santa will like these red and green M&Ms?"
Red M&M: "I don't know, I never met the guy." (Santa is behind them, leaving presents)
Red M&M: "Wahh ha! He does exist!"
Santa: "They do exist..." (Santa promptly faints)
Yellow M&M: "Uhhh, Santa?"
Folger's Coffee: Peter Comes Home
Little Sister: "Peter!"
Peter: "Merry Christmas."
Little Sister: "Everyone's asleep."
Peter: "I know how to wake them up..." (brews a pot of Folger's coffee)
Mom: "Peter!" (hugs her son) "Oh, you're home!"
Peter: "I missed you mom."