2019 Super Bowl Ads

SPOILER ALERT!

Laura Slobodniuk
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Fri, 1 Feb, 12:00 AM

 

When the Super Bowl kicks off, football fans and non-football fans alike will be tuning in to watch as the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams do battle. Of the hundred million+ viewers, there’ll be those who are there to see who reigns supreme while others eagerly await to see which song Maroon 5 will sound out across the stadium. And then there’s a good portion who is purely there for the ads.

 

Good news if you're the latter. In recent years it's become customary for Super Bowl ads to be released prior to airing during the game. Some may argue this spoils the mystique but given the hefty price tag attached to this precious advertising real estate--costing just under $7.25 million to run a 30-second commercial during the NFL championship game--companies relish in the extra exposure.

 

So if you're a purist and wish to watch them during the game, lest it diminish your Super Bowl viewing experience, look away now! Otherwise, sit back and enjoy. Fair warning, some of them make you laugh, some of them make you feel... a lot! and some of them are downright cheeky!

 

 

 

Pepsi

 

 

 

Budweiser

 

 

 

Devour

 

 

 

Doritos

 

 

 

Kia

 

 

 

Amazon

 

 

 

Avocados From Mexico

 

 

 

M&Ms

 

 

 

Mint Mobile

 

 

 

Microsoft

 

 

 

Stella Artois

 

 

 

Want more? Check out the Super Bowl Ads that were

 

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