The Best Super Bowl Ads Of All Time


Here are the best super bowl ads of all time. Please comment below to let us know what you think.

An old Pepsi commercial featuring the Hank Williams song “Your Cheatin’ Heart”. Late child actress Bridgette Andersen can be seen in the background at one point.

Keep your hands off my momma and keep your hands off my doritos.

2016 Snickers Commercial for Super Bowl 50 features Willem Dafoe as a hungry Marilyn Monroe. Last year Danny Trejo played a hungry Marcia Brady. Director: “Sweetheart, don’t look at me like that. It’s going to be amazing!” Willem Dafoe: “This is a disaster! Who’s the genius puts a girl in heals on a subway grate anyway?”

One of the famous Coca-Cola commercial in history featuring Mean Joe Green in 1979.

Super Bowl XLI Bud Light Commercial..Bud Light Slap…

When Michael Jordan brings a Big Mac to the gym, Larry Bird challenges him to an epic shooting contest, where the shot descriptions (always ending with “nothing but net”) get more and more elaborate.This includes both parts shown during Super Bowl XXVII: a 30-second teaser that sets up the premise but ends with Jordan noting that “this is gonna take a while,” followed by the full 1-minute spot.

Funny Commercial by Terry Tate….

Dads will go to all sorts of lengths to protect their daughters. And now with the help of Car Finder on the 2016 Hyundai Genesis, we get to see just how far one dad will go.

Betty White Snickers Super Bowl Commercial 2010

The Chrysler 200 has arrived. Imported from Detroit.

A case of starting early.

The iconic catchphrase that swept the nation in the 80’s. Now that’s funny but it’s even funnier when an older woman talks about beef and buns. presents the full length version of our big game ad! It’s life after football for Brett Favre, Emmitt Smith, Terrell Owens, Larry Allen & Franco Harris, as these NFL greats trade in their jerseys for new uniforms as small business owners. Watch to find out more. #ItsThatEasy

Iconic 1984 Apple Computer Macintosh commercial conceived by Chiat/Day and directed by Ridley Scott was nationally aired on television only once – during the 3rd quarter of the 1984 Super Bowl football game.

Mr. Smith is in for a surprise when Jimmy invites him into the time machine.

One of the best in history of Pepsi versus Coke. Two dinning truckers face off.




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