Here are the top 51 commercials from the Super Bowl.
Major props to the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Super Bowl on February 12. This is the team's second Super Bowl victory in the last four years. Even though we're ecstatic about their win, the Super Bowl commercials were truly unforgettable. In light of the fact that the football season has come
Major props to the Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Super Bowl on February 12. This is the team's second Super Bowl victory in the last four years. Even though we're ecstatic about their win, the Super Bowl commercials were truly unforgettable. In light of the fact that the football season has come to an end, here is a compilation of some of the best commercials of all time.
There's a wide range of commercials available, from award-winners to viral hits to the beginning of a multi-year campaign that will live on in our memories. It's no surprise that this year's all-star cast pushed the envelope given that the average cost of a commercial in 2023 was over million.
Here are the 51 greatest Super Bowl commercials of all time, ranked from most hilarious to most touching. chips and dipChips and dip are highly recommended.) Possibly some tissues as well )
The greatest dose of nostalgia awaits you in this commercial. Diddy and Uber One teamed up to rework a number of timeless hits, including Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It," Kelis's "Milkshake," and Haddaway's "What Is Love." We double-dog dare you to remain immobile
This Coca-Cola commercial featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle is a fan favorite despite not being the funniest or most clever Super Bowl commercial ever made.
We go along for the ride of our lives as action hero Jason Statham races through the decades in various Audis. Fans with sharp eyes will spot allusions to everything from Miami Vice to the Transporter movies.
Chance the Rapper and the Backstreet Boys have teamed up for the perfect collaboration. The commercial features a hip-hop rendition of the boy band's classic song "I Want It That Way," featuring a stellar new verse from Chance the Rapper.
Simply put: Zendaya Her devoted audience had a blast watching her portray a trendy businesswoman (or "seashell celebrity," if you will) Furthermore, the alliteration made it easy to remember despite its difficult pronunciation.
It's one of the few truly memorable commercials that has stood the test of time thanks to David's hilariously disastrous attempts to ruin some of history's most momentous occasions, including the development of the flush toilet and the introduction of cryptocurrency.
Okay, listen up. Putting it mildly, we know it was peculiar. But that doesn't mean the puppy-monkey-baby hybrid wasn't interesting to think about. With so many people commenting on the video, the internet almost crashed from the amount of attention it received. The Mountain Dew advertising crew must have done a fantastic job on this one.
Please welcome back another timeless work that has improved with age. In this commercial, two guys have to make a tough decision between buying a six-pack of Bud Light and a roll of toilet paper because they can't afford both. They accept the drinks and then eagerly ask for a "paper" bag. (I think you know why I'm carrying around a paper bag. )
In this humorous advertisement, Hannah Waddingham plays the role of a cocky high roller, making it a must-see for any fan of Ted Lasso. In the commercial, she is confident that she will win a high-stakes poker game after only one minute of play. That is, until a Rakuten shopper presents her rewards from the service.
Throughout the years, commercials have spawned a plethora of memorable characters, such as Flo from Progressive and the gecko from GEICO. Included in this group of famous people is Jake from State Farm, who got a comedic twin in 2021 after the insurance company aired a clip with Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, Paul Rudd, and, in a twist, Drake.
At the height of her Parks and Recreation fame in 2013, Amy Poehler starred in a Super Bowl commercial for Best Buy, in which she channels her inner Leslie Knope by asking an employee if LTE is contagious and if we are "in the cloud." ”
The commercial featured Danny Trejo as an angry Marcia from The Brady Bunch, who is appeased after eating a Snickers bar. It's not necessary to have anything else, because Steve Buscemi's performance as the irate Jan is perfect.
It's possible that Jason Momoa's "transformation" in private might be shocking to some of his fans, but the ad as a whole is intriguing. It's also oddly satisfying to watch his wife, Lisa Bonet, effortlessly grab a weight that Momoa struggles to lift.
FedEx's clever tribute to The Wizard of Oz reenacts the iconic moment when Dorothy is greeted by the Munchkins with a song. This time, however, they encounter difficulty, necessitating the use of a unique FedEx package to overcome the situation. Though the National Inhalant Prevention Council's concerns led to the ad's removal, the agency deserves credit for its originality.
With "Total Eclipse of the Heart" playing in the background, it's hard not to get choked up when you see a cute robot dog risking its life. We were actually thinking about buying a Kia because of this commercial. Excellent work, Kia! )
Britney Spears takes us on a trip down memory lane with her recreations of classic Pepsi commercials from the '50s through the '90s. Get ready to experience intense sentimentality.
We're not ashamed to admit that we've seen this commercial more times than we can count. It will always be hilarious to imagine what happens when Alexa hears Colin Jost's voice and turns on the blender.
This, folks, is the commercial that kicked off a worldwide phenomenon and led to the creation of the hit live-action/animated hybrid film Space Jam. Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan play basketball together for the first time, and it's going to be intense.
Brilliantly transforming Walter White (Bryan Cranston) into the mysterious pharmacist "Sorta Greg," this commercial features White in a new role. The man's name is
In this stylish commercial, Laurence Fishburne, dressed as Morpheous from The Matrix, dons black sunglasses and a trench coat to bring up the age-old question of whether or not we are living in a simulation. *Reluctantly fumbles for the red pill*
As if you needed any further convincing, this commercial features Kevin Hart, which means it will undoubtedly make you laugh. The comic plays the role of an overbearing parent who shadows his daughter on a date.
We would definitely buy a tall glass (or two) of Pepsi if Steve Carrell, Cardi B, and Lil John showed up at our neighborhood cafe to endorse it. All three of them will convince you that drinking Pepsi is perfectly fine. "Okurrr," to quote Cardi B. "
Homer Simpson uses his trusty Mastercard to go about his daily routine, but as the day progresses, he and the narrator have a little argument as the narrator begins to contradict Homer's actions. Seeing this iconic figure in action is always a pleasure.
A fierce rap battle between Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage, who are both lip-syncing their performances. Oh, hell yes Starting off with a fiery verse from Chris Brown's "Look at Me Now," the former Game of Thrones actor represents Doritos Blaze with Busta Rhymes. When Freeman lip-syncs Missy Elliott's "Get Ur Freak On," however, we get the chills.
The commercial, which features American Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long, whose lower legs were amputated when she was 18 months old, is sure to bring a tear to your eye as it tells the story of her adoption and incredible success as an adult. (If you're wondering what Toyota has to do with Team USA, it's because the company is a proud sponsor of the squad. )
The return of Jesse and Walter Get ready for an unforgettable reunion with your favorite Breaking Bad characters in this year's PopCorners commercial, and you can check out a sneak peek of it right now. Jesse's lawn chair and the RV he drives will be instantly recognizable to fans.
In the commercial, the actor is put in a difficult position when he discovers that someone else with his name has already registered the domain name he wanted. Can I ask if anyone else feels compelled to go to JohnMalkovich.com? After watching this, head straight to com.
With Melissa McCarthy at the helm, you know this commercial will be entertaining, and Kia's eighth consecutive Super Bowl appearance does not disappoint. It was so well-liked that it took first place in the USA Today Ad Meter competition.
There was an entire marketing push for Budweiser that was inspired by that one commercial. Chief Executive Officer of Anheuser-Busch August Busch IV made the following statement: "In our lifetimes, we'll never see so much value created from a single idea." At the time, we were completely enamored with it. When my brother-in-law answered the phone for an entire year with "Wassap," my wife and I wanted to slit his throat. ”
Pepsi's new can design was perfectly showcased when Cindy Crawford stepped out of a red Lamborghini wearing a white tank top. Because of the commercial's success, the company is using the same actress in their 2018 commercial.
This straightforward advertisement told a touching love story while highlighting the company's superior search functionality. Don't worry about us; we'll just go hide in the corner and cry.
Surprised viewers of Bud Light's Super Bowl commercial were given a glimpse of the final season of Game of Thrones by an appearance by HBO. The result Dilly Dilly and the show make for an intriguing combination.
A commercial that is both heartwarming and technically impressive for its encouragement of viewers to pursue their passions. We can't fathom the relevance to vehicular matters.
Last year's successful commercial featured native Bostonians John Krasinski, Chris Evans, and Rachel Dratch, all of whom made sure to showcase their distinctive local accents. Unfortunately, we don't think we'll ever be able to "pahk the cah in Havad Yahd. Ryan Scott, the commercial's creative director, said he'd be down to film another commercial if it meant working with some local Philadelphia actors.
The commercial, which featured Cardi-B, Gordon Ramsay, Rebel Wilson, and Anthony Hopkins, has received over 50 million views on YouTube, making it the most popular advertisement of the year.
When all was said and done, Ad Age chose this tragically comedic commercial as their Ad of the Year. Ahead of the Big Game, Monster Will Traffic on com was hovering around 1 The website received a total of.5 unique users per month, the publication reported in the year 2000. This trend continued for the rest of 1999, with an average of 2 5 million visitors per month Pretty amazing, huh?
Walmart went all out to promote their new pickup service by paying tribute to a slew of movie-related icons with a series of billboards featuring the vehicles. The Batmobile, the Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine, the Mutt Cutts van from Dumb and Dumber, and the Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters are just some of the rides that will be available.
In spite of the fact that this advertisement looks like it should be for beer, it's not Instead, it serves as a poignant reminder of the values upon which Adolphus Busch, a German immigrant who braved the ocean and North America with nothing more than a sketch, built his new life. It's also worth noting that the commercial aired when immigration was a highly charged political issue.
Michael Jordan challenges Larry Bird to a wild game of H*O*R*S*E for Bird's Big Mac. Those are some impressive shots, but the catchphrase "nothing but net" is what really makes this one memorable.
Advertisements in 2010 featured more than just Betty White. Super Bowl XLIV's Doritos commercial featured a young boy named Jaylin, who left quite an impression. Little Jaylin slaps his mom's date across the face for trying to steal his Doritos when the man comes over on a date.
David Harbour, star of the Netflix series Stranger Things, shows off his comedic chops in this clever Tide commercial, which implies that, if we see anyone in a commercial wearing spotless clothing, it must be because of the brand's detergent. And we double-dog dare you to try and look on without giggling.
This list attests to the fact that Budweiser has produced a number of memorable commercials, but this one, set to the tune of Passenger's "Let Her Go," about an unlikely friendship between two animals, is among the brand's most endearing.
It's true; Wendy's has been slamming its rivals for over 35 years ( ) Moreover, they chose Super Bowl commercials as their trolling medium before the advent of social media. The Tampa Bay Times reports that the fast food chain's sales increased by 31% after the catchphrase "Where's the beef?" became widely used.
Although it appears to have been shot for YouTube, Old Spice's first SB ad actually debuted with this particular spot. Please introduce us to the author of the line "I'm on a horse," if you know him or her.
E-Trade's use of a cute talking baby to humanize otherwise dry stock-buying instructions worked wonders. As it turns out, nobody thought the commercial would be an instant success. Tor Myhren, chief creative officer at ad agency Grey, once said, "When we first created the baby, we had no idea if it was the dumbest thing we'd ever done or if it was genius." It was terrifying. ”
J D and Turk coming together as neighbors to put on a musical performance Can someone give us a pinch? When this iconic bromance returned, Scrubs fans were given a once-in-a-lifetime treat.
In terms of commercial production, children reign supreme. Just ignore us, okay? One of the most popular commercials in Super Bowl history centers on a young boy who is obsessed with Star Wars. Furthermore, it instantly went viral and has been viewed more than 50 million times.
An elderly man pulls up anniversary pictures and plays her favorite movie with the help of Google Assistant as he reflects on his life with his late wife, Loretta. Those tears aren't coming from us; they're coming from you.
This empowering commercial from Always was an extension of their previous campaign encouraging women to run, throw, and fight "like a girl." Strategic placement of the video between two male-focused ads caused a huge uptick in views.
The famous actress gave birth to the catchphrase "You're not you when you're hungry" in this commercial for the nutty candy in 2010.
While it may be difficult to picture life before Apple products, this commercial, directed by Hollywood heavyweight Ridley Scott, was revolutionary and heralded the start of a new era.
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