NOTHING marks the start of the festive season like the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck.
And the full UK tour has kicked off in Scotland so find out where can see the winter wagon during the run-up to the big day. Here’s what we know…
Coca-Cola The Coca-Cola promotion will be sure to get Brits ready for Christmas
When will the Coca-Cola tour begin?
Coca-Cola’s unofficial Christmas countdown will commenced on November 11.
It will then stop off at 42 different British locations before reaching the end of its tour on December 17.
Where will the Coca-Cola truck stop?
The truck starts its tour in Glasgow and will be stopping in the following locations:
- Glasgow, Silverburn Centre – November 11
- Glasgow, Asda Robroyston – November 12
- Newcastle, Asda Bolden Collery – November 14
- Newcastle, Tesco Extra – November 15
- Swansea, Tesco Extra – November 16
- Northumberland, Sanderson Arcade – November 16
- Northumberland, Sanderson Arcade – November 17
- Bristol, The Mall – November 18
- Newcastle, Intu Metrocentre – November 18
- Newcastle, Intu Metrocentre – November 19
- Cardiff, Queen Street – November 19
- Plymouth, Drake Circus Shopping Centre – November 21
- Bradford, Morrison’s Victoria Street – November 21
- Pudsey, Asda – November 22
- Gainsborough, Marshalls Yard – November 23
- Bournemouth, The Triangle – November 23
- Bournemouth, The Triangle – November 24
- Leeds, Whiterose Shopping Centre – November 24
- Hull, St Stephens Shopping Centre – November 25
- Southampton, Westway Shopping Centre – November 25
- Southampton, Westway Shopping Centre – November 26
- Doncaster, Lakeside Village – November 26
- Sheffield, Fox Valley – November 28
- Leyton, Asda – November 28
- Huddersfield, Mccaulay Street – November 29
- Southend-on-sea, Victoria Circus – November 29
- Bolton, Middlebrook Retail Park – November 30
Coca-Cola Essex will be the last stop of the Coca-Cola truck
- Harlow, Market Square – November 30
- St Helens, Tesco Extra – December 1
- Ipswich, Asda – December 1
- Peterborough, Tesco Extra – December 2
- Manchester, Intu Trafford – December 2
- Manchester, Intu Trafford – December 3
- Mansfield, Tesco – December 3
- Liverpool, Liverpool One – December 5
- Liverpool, Liverpool One – December 6
- Baldock, Tesco Extra – December 6
- Watford, Asda – December 7
- Telford, Telford Shopping Centre – December 7
- Wembley, London Designer Outlet – December 8
- Nottingham, Victoria Retail Park – December 8
- London, Jingle Bell Ball – December 9
- London, Jingle Bell Ball – December 10
- Birmingham, Edgbaston Street – December 9
- Birmingham, Edgbaston Street – December
- Coventry, Broadgate – December 11
- Reading, Riverside Shopping Centre -December 13
- Rushden, Waitrose – December 14
- Milton Keynes, Xscape – December 15
- Essex, Lakeside – December 16
- Essex, Lakeside – December 17
Coca-Cola As well as a winter wonderland adventure, visitors can get their photo taken with the festive vehicle
What happens on the Coca-Cola truck tour?
As a part of the Christmas promotion, visitors will be able to stop off at an enchanted winter wonderland, before having their photos snapped with the famous truck.
Guests will then be provided with a 150ml can of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Classic.
And the festive fun doesn’t stop there.
Coca-Cola promises: “For those visiting as the sun sets, the truck really comes to life with a special animation celebrating the magic Coca-Cola brings to Christmas.
“Every truck stop will also include a recycling call-to-action, encouraging consumers to recycle bottles and cans in line with Coca-Cola’s recent ‘Love Story’ recycling advert.”
Coca-Cola If the truck doesn’t stop in your city, you can still get your hands on some goodies
What if the Coca-Cola truck doesn’t stop near you?
Fizzy drink lovers who don’t live near any of the Coca-Cola creations don’t have to miss out on all the Christmas joy.
Christmas fans can also get involved on Twitter using the #HolidaysAreComing emoji throughout December.
You can also share a festive shot on Snapchat or Instagram, using the Coca-Cola festive filters.
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