Holiday Commercials 2014: 5 That Will Make You Cry From Apple, Air Wick & More [VIDEOS]

The holiday season and heartwarming commercials pretty much go hand in hand.

Below are five holiday commercials from this year that you shouldn’t miss. You may want to grab some tissues!

Air Wick released a tearjerker with their new holiday commercial focused on a military father, Kearen Feller, whose wife and six children are home while he’s stationed in the Middle East. The company collaborated with the family to make candles that remind Kearen of his home.

"Scent is one of the triggers of the brain that actually changes the physiology of our body," scent expert Thomas Dunn says in the commercial. "It creates Every scent we try to capture is a personal journey."

On Sunday, Apple released its holiday commercial titled “The Song.” The clip features a young girl who finds a recording of Nat King Cole's "Our Love Is Here To Stay" made by her grandmother for her grandfather years prior. The girl decides to make a duet with her grandma's vocals and her own voice. She gives it to her grandmother as gift and her reaction is priceless.

“With a Mac, iPhone or iPad you have the power to create thoughtful, emotional gifts and memories that transcend time. It could be a movie, a homemade card or a song that brings two generations closer together,” the YouTube’s video description reads.

Sainsbury’s commercial recreates the Christmas truce in 1914 between British and German troops. The commercial ends with the words, “Christmas is for sharing.”

John Lewis’ holiday commercial shows off an adorable relationship between a young boy and his penguin named Monty. While they seem to enjoy each other’s company, the penguin wants a penguin companion. In the end, he gets one.

Boots UK released a commercial that proves just how important your loved ones are.


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