Advertise at Chancery Lane Tube Station with Transport Media, the tube advertising specialists.
Chancery Lane Tube Station is in the Borough of Camden serving the Central line, and is part of Transport for London’s Fare Zone 1.
Advertising at Chancery Lane Tube Station will be seen by the 16 million passengers who come through the central London Tube Station every year, and your advertising target and engage with a hard to reach city audience who use the tube each day.
Tube and London Underground advertising at Chancery Lance Tube Station is a fantastic way to reach tourists and residents in the centre of London.
London Tourists are a valuable audience – 6 in 10 London shoppers agree that shopping in London inspires them to try new things, and 65% of London shoppers agree that they are likely to spend more when shopping in Central London than they would on their local high street. Advertising at Victoria Tube station will target tourists as soon as they enter London.
Chancery Lane Station is the perfect environment for your tourist audience to make a purchase decision as soon as they seen your tube advertising as Chancery Lane is a Wi-Fi enabled station allowing millions of commuters and visitors to get online, visit social media sites, go online to shop or just browse the web to discover your brand.
Advertising formats at Chancery Lane Tube Station includes 4 sheets, 6 sheets, 12 sheets, 16 sheets, 48 sheets, lift, stairs and escalator panels, ticket gateways, long postings, station domination, and tube car panels (advertisements placed inside the tube carriages).
Consumers spend around 3 minutes engaging with ads on London Underground platforms, and with an average journey time of around 13 minutes they have ample time to take in all the information displayed on tube car panel adverts.
An amazing 79% of commuters have responded to tube advertising by visiting an event, buying a product or looking something up as a direct result of seeing the brand on the London Underground.
Transport Media offers Tube Advertising across all stations on the London Underground.