Gain reach in the London Borough of Ealing by placing adverts at South Ealing Tube station with Transport Media, experts in London Underground advertising.
Placed between Northfields and Acton Town on the Piccadilly Line, South Ealing Tube Station serves an annual footfall of 3 million passengers in Transport for London’s Fare Zone 2; commuters travelling to Heathrow, residents and visitors. Originally opened in 1883, the station is was one of the first electrified in 1903.
When polled, 79% of Tube users claimed to have at some point responded directly to an advertisement on the underground, influencing purchases, knowledge of events and spurring the users on to discover more information about the subjects displayed; something aided by the station’s publicly accessible Wi-Fi. On average, consumers engage with advertising on the platforms for more than 3 minutes, with the captive audience inside carriages exposed to train car panels for an average of over 13 minutes.
Available formats for advertising on this platform include 4 sheet billboards, ticket gateways and train car panels – displayed prominently inside carriages, these are ideal vectors for any message, enjoying significant dwell time.
Transport Media offers Tube advertising across all stations on the London Underground.