Bus advertising in Berlin
Berlin is growing and so is the vehicle fleet for bus advertising in Berlin. More than 400 double-deckers fulfill the advertising wishes on a large scale, and more than 800 single-decker and articulated buses offer “down-to-earth” formats. The best-known bus line is line 100 and 200 (also called Sightseeing Line), because it passes many tourist attractions like the TV tower at Alexanderplatz, the Brandenburg Gate and Berlin-Zoo. Trade fair exhibitors, on the other hand, love the M49 bus line, which connects the trade fair grounds perfectly with the Zoologischer Garten station. Bus advertising in Berlin fulfills many advertising wishes at a reasonable thousand-contact price.
Campaign or permanent bus advertising in Berlin
Campaign media on busses usually run for 1 – 3 months. Campaign formats include the standardized 18/1 format as bus side advertising. The entire bus back area can be booked either as campaign or permanent advertising. If you want to book a special format for your bus advertising campaign, you should opt for the Berlin Board of the double-decker. Here, the entire height of the double-decker is used.
The long-term occupancy of the buses runs for 12 months and longer. Depending on the concept and budget, the buses can be wrapped in full cover or decorated partially with a motif. The window areas do not interrupt the motifs. Window graphic foils are used here. They enable the passengers to gaze out as usual and the graphic designer can make better use of larger advertising space.
Examples of our implements for bus advertising in Berlin.
Buses on certain lines
If the buses are to run on selected lines, we speak of line binding. In Berlin, such a service can only be arranged if you decide on an annual booking and accept the surcharges. A double-decker full design then costs from € 7,685.00.
If you do not want to pay for line binding, you can still influence the district in which the mobile advertising is on the streets. By deciding for one of the six bus depots in Berlin, the bus advertising is automatically linked to the bus lines that are at home in this depot. This holds true for both, long-term and short-term advertising campaigns.
Advertising in buses
Travel time is advertising time. An average journey takes about 15 minutes before a passenger reaches his destination or changes the bus. Enough time for interesting interior bus ads on the poster surfaces or window adhesives to attract the passenger’s attention with their advertising message.