Coca Cola has confirmed that its Christmas truck will not be ticketed if it comes to Watford - while announcing two new stops.

After its first two dates, in Dublin and Belfast, were confirmed to require paid tickets to enter, the company has now added two free dates.

The tour of Great Britain will begin in Glasgow tomorrow (November 24) before the next event in Edinburgh on Saturday.

There will be 17 stops this year, including eight places it did not visit last year, and none will require paid entry.

Coca Cola's Great Britain company brand manager, Florence Wheatley, said: “Coca Cola has been spreading Christmas cheer for decades and, this year, we’ve added even more exciting elements to make it as magical and merry as possible.”

Watford Observer: The Coca-Cola truck.The Coca-Cola truck. (Image: supplied)

The truck is partnered with Neighbourly, a giving platform that provides support to communities across the UK.

More dates will be added as the truck makes its way through the country. It visited Watford on December 10 last year but as with the Scottish dates an event in Watford may not be confirmed until a couple of days before.