eBay UK 2016 Christmas TV Advert

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Want to know how to survive the year 11 school disco? eBay have the answers in their Christmas 2016 TV advert which is aimed at young shoppers.

In a string of heart achingly awkward scenarios, eBay’s “Survive The Disco” 2016 Christmas TV Advert shows how products available on the site can help youngsters navigate the embarrassments of the school Christmas party.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=GBMqgdPgPuk

11 Responses

  1. That has to be one of the oddest if not THE oddest Christmas advert I have ever seen in all of my 53 years. Surely they could have come up with something far better than that 🙁

  2. Imature buyers destroy feedback and raise return rates. It is all beyond comprehension. Any seller of product on ebay targeted at the U21’s is doomed. Win for ebay whatever.

  3. yeah, target ads at 11 year olds, then when an 11 year old buys something, instant refund out the sellers pocket because 11 year old arent allowed to shop online.

    “Using eBay:
    In connection with using or accessing the Services you will not: use our Services if you are not able to form legally binding contracts (for example if you are under 18)”

    they’re genuinely beyond comprehension. are they actually that thick, or have they done this deliberately?
    maybe they can promote the wines & spirits & new sex categories to nursery children?

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