Advertise at Westbourne Park Tube station and access the influential London public with Transport Media, the Tube advertising specialists.
Westbourne Park station, serving the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, sits between Royal Oak and Ladbroke Grove in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Opened originally in 1866, this Underground stop sees an annual footfall of almost three million passengers.
Advertising on the London Underground is not only unavoidable, but it is actually welcomed by passengers as a break from the monotony of their commute. 75% of customers admit to having moved closer to an advert in order to absorb further information, with average engagement exceeding three minutes in many cases. An average Tube journey lasts thirteen minutes; giving adverts plenty of time to get their message across and, furthermore, actually engage with the viewer.
79% of consumers take direct action based on ads, with their influence being felt keenly on buying habits – important in an affluent area like Chelsea. The stations features public Wi-Fi, contributing to the impact of display campaigns; consumers are able to react instantly, searching for and taking on board information from prompts.
Available advertising formats on Westbourne Park Tube station include 4 sheet and 48 sheet billboards, ticket gateways and Tube car panels (ads placed inside the Tube carriages maximising visibility).
Transport Media offers Tube advertising across all stations on the London Underground.