The Independent commemorates World Aids Day with a special edition edited by Elton John. All proceeds from today's paper go to the Elton John Aids Foundation.
Starbucks also promotes Aids awareness in The Guardian with an ad for Project Red, pledging to donate 5p from each cup of coffee sold today to the Global Fund to eliminate Aids in Africa.
Littlewoods.com teams up with The Daily Mirror for an instant win reader giveaway. With a front-page promotion, the contest features Sony laptops, Xboxes and Canon cameras up for grabs.
The Sun has an reader offer for a Christmas pack promoting the new The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader film opening this week.
Sainsbury’s makes a massive push for holiday entertaining and gift-giving with huge stack of ads promoting everything from electronics, Christmas treats, hams, roast veg to wine and liquor in The Times, The Sun, The Daily Mirror, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.
Marks & Spencer calls out to sleepless shoppers to shop online and through mobile, with full-page ads in The Times, The Sun, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Express, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail. In-store, the retailer promotes half-price Christmas cards in The Times, the Daily Express, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail.
Grey Goose runs a sequence in The Independent, stressing its quality and taste over three ads.
Anti-poverty group ActionAid has again placed a satirical ad aimed at lager brand Grolsh in The Independent, accusing its parent company SABMiller of dodging taxes.
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