Advertising at Barbican Underground Station
Barbican is a London Underground station that was first opened in 23 December 1865 and currently operates trains on the Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith and City lines across London in transport zones 1.
This station serves Barbican and surrounding areas, with City of London being the local authority.
There are a range of different advertising opportunities at Barbican station, including billboard posters and digital screens, perfect for companies looking to reach a captive audience of commuters and tourists in and around Barbican.
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Barbican Underground Station
How much does it cost to advertise at Barbican Underground Station?
The cost of advertising on the London Underground can vary based on various factors, including the type of advertising, location, duration of the campaign, and time of year.
Options for advertising on the London Underground include billboard posters, train car panels, and digital screens.
Billboard posters are often the most expensive option, while train car panels and digital screens tend to be more affordable. Advertising rates on the London Underground tend to be higher during peak travel times, like rush hour or on weekends, and in popular tourist areas or high-traffic stations.
If you'd like to receive a quote for advertising on the London Underground, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us.
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