The first Confused.com television advert was developed in 2006, four years after Confused.com launched. Since then, the price comparison market has developed considerably and, over the years, Confused.com’s advertising team has worked on a number of projects to keep the Confused.com brand at the front of your minds.
Some people like them, some people hate them, make up your mind by having a peek at our adverts below.
Watch our new Confused.com farmyard advert.
Watch our new Confused.com farmyard advert. Buy car insurance through Confused.com and collect 2,000 Nectar points. Double points promotion starts on 13th December, 2012 and runs until 09th April, 2013. Read the full terms and conditions.
Season's Greetings from Confused.com!
Watch our new Confused.com Christmas car insurance advert. Buy your car insurance through Confused.com and collect 1,000 Nectar points.
2012: Good drivers could save
Wouldn't it be great if good drivers were rewarded? Confused.com has introduced a range of insurance providers with a new way to reward good drivers. They fit a clever telematics device into your car that measures how well you drive. Watch our latest ad to see how Confused.com is helping good drivers save money on their car insurance premiums.
2012: Confused.com Calypso
Check out our new Calypso advert, featuring Cara, Bertha and Alan at the beach. Collect 1,000 nectar points when you buy car insurance through Confused.com.
2012: Confused.com new QuickQuote
Check out our new QuickQuote advert - simply text your number plate to 66800 and we'll return you a quote in a flash!
2012: Confused.com and Nectar at the funfair
Check out our new Funfair advert, featuring all your favourite characters - Cara, Bertha and Alan. Buy car insurance through Confused.com and collect 1,000 Nectar points!
2011: The Nectar points are on us!
In our latest advert, Cara is joined by all her friends to tell people about a great offer from Confused.com - cheap car insurance and 1,000 Nectar points! You can watch this advert here.
You could save yourself a fortune! In our latest advert, Cara is joined by all her friends to tell people about Confused.com to the tune of a very popular 70s disco anthem. These upbeat adverts let everyone know what Confused.com is all about and what we can do for you - We'll compare you a price, you can get a good deal, you can choose any brand you feel! Watch the Con-fused-dot-com advert here.
2011: Chain reaction
2011 saw Cara singing Chain Reaction originally recorded by the wonderful Diana Ross.
2010-2011: Somebody to love
'Somebody to Love', is one we're particularly proud of. It features, Cara - our new advert star. It first aired on 7 November 2010, during an XFactor ad break where Cara is joined by a backing choir of animated Confused.com customers, and there are a lot of them – 18 million to be precise. The vocals of the song though, are sung by West End star Louise Dearman, and she does an absolutely beautiful version of Queen's anthem ‘Somebody to love.'
In this campaign, consumers were confronted with luxury items they could have afforded if they had bought insurance at Confused.com. A couple watch a pair of jeans parade before their bed, a railway station announcer is distracted by a guitar playing by itself, and a woman who wanted tennis lessons is chased by a ball. Watch the jeans advert here.
Confused.com introduced a character named after the Chinese philosopher Confucius, to act as a brand mascot. Confucius guided customers as they searched for cheaper insurance on the Confused.com website and offered philosophical insights into saving money with Confused.com. Watch a Confucius ad here.
2008 – 2009: Testimonials
The testimonial-style adverts features real customers who agreed to give their opinions on our service. The testimonial series showcases customers’ experiences of the revamped Confused.com website, and highlights new features of the site such as the brands available and the savings on offer. Watch a testimonial ad here.
2006: Cardboard cutouts
Confused.com’s first series of adverts launched with actors explaining how Confused.com can save you money. Which - of course - featured those infamous cardboard cutouts.