Super Bowl Ads
The game is over, the number one defense shut down the number one offense, and the trophies have been awarded. Now it’s time to look back at the most important part of the Super Bowl: the commercials. Advertisers spent $4 million for a 30 second spot. They seemed to play it safe this year, with no crude jokes and a lot less sexual innuendo.
Here are some of our favorites that will show up on your TV this Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday.
No wonder we spend so many billions on baby stuff and dog stuff. When it comes to love, money, it seems, is no object.
Volkswagen is trying to get a jump on the competition in the Super Bowl ad war.
To some people, they are as big as the game itself. Here are some of the winners and losers in the Super Bowl commercials.
Hyundai pokes fun at Brett Favre.
If you missed this commercial during the Super Bowl check it out.
A spoof of the Super Bowl Shuffle from 1985. Check out the video if you missed it.
Here’s The Late Show ad from the Super Bowl featuring Oprah, Jay Leno and of course David Letterman.
In case you missed the Tim Tebow ad from the Super Bowl here it is.