List of Super Bowl commercials

This article is a list of Super Bowl commercials, that is, commercials that aired on the television network during the broadcast of the Super Bowl. In 2010, Nielsen reported that 51% of viewers prefer the commercials to the game itself.[1] This does not include advertisements towards a local region or network (e.g. promoting local news shows), pre-kickoff and post-game commercials/sponsors, or in-game advertising sponsors and television bumpers.


1967 (I)Edit

The commercials included ads from "Ford, Chrysler, RCA, RJ Reynolds Tobacco, McDonald's, Budweiser, among others."[2][3]

1968 (II)Edit

1969 (III)Edit

Product Type Product/Title Plot/Notes
Car Chrysler "Scuba Diver"[4] A scuba diver in a dreamy sequence with groovy music introduces Chrysler as "the Possible Dream."
Car Plymouth
"Road Runner"


1970 (IV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Car Pontiac
A young man pulled up in his GTO to a drive-in restaurant with dramatic music and exhaust noise in the background, pulling the "exhaust" knob to activate the vacuum operated exhaust, drowning the noise out, and then drive off.

1971 (V)Edit

1972 (VI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Soft drink Coca-Cola
Several teenagers from around the globe sing on top of a hill in Italy while holding bottles of Coke. The jingle sung in the ad ("Buy the World a Coke") was later adapted to a full-length song (removing the Coca-Cola references) twice, becoming a hit song.

1973 (VII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Shaving cream Noxzema
"Cream Your Face"

1974 (VIII)Edit

1975 (IX)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Security Master Lock
A man attempts to break a Master Lock with a rifle. He fails, but does put a bullet hole in the lock.

1976 (X)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Copy Xerox
Security Master Lock
"Marksman 2"

1977 (XI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Copy Xerox
A monk must make 500 handwritten scriptures for his boss. He obviously goes to Xerox, and delivers the scriptures. The boss looks to the heavens and says, "It's a miracle".

1978 (XII)Edit

1979 (XIII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Fast Food McDonald's
Soft drink Coca-Cola
"Hey Kid, Catch!"
A young kid tries to talk to "Mean" Joe Greene by the locker room after a game. Greene is his usual "mean" self until the kid insists Greene has his Coke. After Greene drinks the Coke, he "sweetens" up and offers the kid his jersey, saying, "Hey, Kid...Catch."


1980 (XIV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Privately held company Crown Forklifts
"Noah's Ark*"
Security Master Lock
"Marksman 2"
Soft drink Coca-Cola
"Hey Kid, Catch!"
Wine Paul Masson Wine
"Orson Welles"

1981 (XV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Camera Polaroid
"Now with a Flash"
A couple walks in a park. The man shows that now you can have a flash on your Polaroid Camera, showing brighter photos.
Beer Miller Life Time
"Eddie Rabbit in Concert"
Miller Lite
"Not the Same"
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Security Master Lock
"Marksman 2"
Soft drink Coca-Cola
"Hey Kid, Catch!"

1982 (XVI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Computer RadioShack
"Color Computer"
A commercial for the TRS-80 computer.
Restaurant McDonald's
Two kids are playing hopscotch while singing the McDonald's menu. Soon, the whole neighborhood joins in.
Security Master Lock
"Marksman 2"

1983 (XVII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Miller Life Time
"Welcome to Miller Time"
Restaurant Burger King
"Ultimate Weapon"
Security Master Lock
"Marksman 2"

1984 (XVIII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Computer Apple Macintosh
In what some call the greatest Super Bowl commercial of all time, an Olympian runs to save a race of hypnotized humans from their computer overlord. Being chased by police, the Olympian throws a hammer at the screen overlord and a beacon of light shines, to the amazement of the followers. The ad closes with the narration "On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you'll see why 1984 won't be like 1984."
"Get Started"
Alan Alda unpacks, hooks up, and turns on an Atari XL home computer in a 30-second commercial.
Beer Miller Lite
Security Master Lock
"The Doubters"

1985 (XIX)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
"Give Me a Light"
Miller Lite
Manufacturing The Canned Food Information Council
Computer Apple, Inc.
Exercise equipment Soloflex
"Work of Art"
Fire HVAC Security Equipment and Controls Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls
General Building Materials Composites Owens Corning
"Perfect Crime"
Hospitality Hyatt Hotels
"Hotel in Space"
Manufacturing Minolta
"Neat Freak"
Marine Corps U.S. Marines
Security Master Lock
"The Doubters"

1986 (XX)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Credit card Discover Card
"Dawn of Discover"
Dairy American Dairy Association
"Dawn of Discover"
Fire HVAC Security Equipment and Controls Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls
Hotels Holiday Inn
"A Promise"
Manufacturing Minolta
"Uncle Ebenezer"
Marine Corps U.S. Marines
Restaurant Burger King
"Find Herb"
"Pepé Le Pew"
"Romeo and Juliet"
Truck bedliner Duraliner
"Your Neighbor"
Watches Timex Group USA

1987 (XXI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Airlines American Airlines
"Reward Trip"
Beer Bud Light
"Party Animal Spuds MacKenzie"
Fire HVAC Security Equipment and Controls Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls
Insurance Allstate
"Leave It to Us"

1988 (XXII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Alcohol Bartles & Jaymes
Frank Bartles and Ed Jaymes promote the new Bartles & Jaymes Premium Berry Wine Cooler.
Antacid Alka Seltzer
Felix McGrath of the United States Ski Team talks about using Alka Seltzer Plus.
Aspirin Bayer
A man, who four years ago had a heart attack, gets to watch his wife give birth.
Beer Bud Light
Spuds MacKenzie plays goalie for the US Hockey team.
Beer Bud Light
"Ski Jump"
Spuds MacKenzie competes in a ski jump competition.
Beer Budweiser
"The Promise"
Narrator talks about the genuine promise of Budweiser beer.
Beer Budweiser
After dealing with an injury, an athlete trains for a comeback.
Candy Nestle Crunch
"Jimmy Connors"
Jimmy Connors appears with his family.
Car Eagle
An ad for the new Eagle Premier, describing it as an American car with European sophistication and handling.
Car Suzuki
"Great Lenghts [sic?]"
A driver in a Suzuki Samurai is revealed as someone who takes short cuts to make driving fun.
Clothing Hanes
"Mike Ditka"
Appearing in a locker room, Mike Ditka talks about switching to Hanes T-shirts and underwear.
Computer IBM
An IBM spokesperson appears with a football referee to discuss referee signals.
Credit Card Visa
A spot promoting the 1988 Winter Olympics and highlighting how Visa is the official card of the Olympics.
Insurance New York Life
"Ice Man"
In the year 2014, a cryogenically frozen skier from 1988, is thawed out.
Mail UPS
"Flying Letters"
A stack of UPS Next Day Air Letter envelopes flies out, one-by-one; each of them landing on a desk.
Restaurant McDonald's
An advertisement with Michael Jordan is interrupted to promote the introduction of the Cheddar Melt.
Security Master Lock
"Lock In"
Montage of people using various types of locks from Master Lock to secure their items.
Soft Drink Diet Coke
"Out On A Ledge"
Demi Moore has to retrieve her Diet Coke that accidentally has fallen onto a ledge, high up on her apartment building.
Soft Drink Diet Pepsi
"Mad Dog"
To get a Diet Pepsi from a vending machine, a couple has to maneuver around a dog trying to chase them. Starting Michael J. Fox.
Tire Michelin
"See Saw"
A Michelin tire slides from one end to another on a see saw.

1989 (XXIII)Edit

Product Type Product/Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser
"Bud Bowl I"
A team of Budweiser beer bottles compete against Bud Light beer bottles in a simulated football game.[5]
Credit card American Express
"Dan and Jon Do Miami"
Soft drink Diet Coke
"The Move Is On"


1990 (XXIV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Car Nissan
"Turbocharged Dream"
A Nissan 300ZX Turbo is challenged by a sportbike, racing car and a jet fighter respectively.
Director: Ridley Scott[6][7][8]
Credit card American Express
"The Race"
Paul Newman races a Top-Fuel Dragster on a Mini-Bike.

1991 (XXV)Edit

1992 (XXVI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Car Hyundai
"Take a Stand""
While the song "Stand by Me" by Ben E. King plays, the narrator describes the company's ValueCare maintenance plan [9]
Clothing Bugle Boy While golfing, a man's friends criticize him for "spending time" with his wife instead of golfing with them.[9]
Electronics Magnavox Actor, John Cleese displays a number of the company's latest electronics. As the ad progresses, Cleese appears on the screen or lens of each subsequent product, with some of the Johns becoming increasingly frustrated.[9]
Fast Food McDonald's The ad describes how McDonald's treats you how you want to be treated, and it ends with the slogan "What you want is what you get."
Film Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot TV promo [9]
Soft Drink Pepsi
"Cindy Crawford"
Two Boys see Cindy Crawford pulling up at a vending machine drinking a can of Pepsi.
This four-part ad describes the fictional narrative of how Pepsi created it's new slogan, "Gotta' Have It." In the first 30-second advertisement, a farmer drives his truck off the road and into a Pepsi billboard. The accident conveniently leaves the phrase, "Choice of a New Generation" cut-out as if by hand. In the second advertisement, townspeople are interviewed to describe their feelings about the new Pepsi movement. People gather by the hundreds in an event mimicking the iconic Woodstock festival. In the third advertisement, celebrities including Regis Philbin, Yogi Berra and Jimmy Connors comment on the popularity of Pepsi, and by the commercial's end, a new slogan is discovered: "Gotta' Have It." The fourth advertisement is in the style of a news report, and it notes the sightings of Pepsi billboards across the country.

1993 (XXVII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Restaurant McDonald's
Michael Jordan and Larry Bird play an outrageous game of Horse. The prize: A Big Mac.[5]
Footwear Nike
"Hare Jordan"
Marvin the Martian takes all the Air Jordans on earth and challenges Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny to a game of basketball with the fate of the earth at stake. This commercial would serve as inspiration for the movie Space Jam.
Clothing Lee
A man trying to suck in his stomach to button up his jeans ends up inhaling his pet canary.
"The Date"
A young woman in her bedroom upstairs wearing a white leotard as a top sees her date (Alan Cumming) pulling up. She struggles to get into her jeans by hip rolling, and jumping up and down and trying to pull jeans up at same time. Date sees shadow of her hip rolling in window and gets excited. As she continues to struggle to get into her jeans she gets one foot tangled in cord of floor lamp then the other and falls into mannequin with mannequin landing on top of her and the lights going out. Date sees this and looks to him like she is fooling around with another guy.
Car Subaru Impreza
This ad was produced by Wieden+Kennedy. six different commercials are used to describe the new Impreza:
1. the Honda Civic have a 3-Channel ABS but The Impreza Have a 4-Channel ABS.
2. The Impreza having less trouble starting the engine in cold weather condition than the Honda Civic by Eliminating the Distributor.
3. With The new EJ18 Horizontally Opposed engine help The Impreza for better connering and better weight distribution Than the Honda Civic.
4. The Impreza Suspension give a Smoother ride than a Double wishbone suspension Honda Civic.
5. The Impreza TCU is linked with the ECU to provide seamless shifting.
6. The Subaru Passenger Car which Registration in The past 10 Years are still on the road for 93 Percent According to 1991 R.L. Polk & Company Passenger Car Registration Report.
Narrator: Kirstie Alley
Honda Prelude
This ad was produced by RPA. The commercial announcer saying "Presenting The One hundred And ninety Horsepower Prelude VTEC" Then the car going reverse and Suddenly the Prelude go forward like a slingshot fires Then The commercial announcer saying "From Honda" before ending with the Honda logo and the American Honda Motor Jingle.

1994 (XXVIII)Edit

1995 (XXIX)Edit

Product Type Product Title Plot/Notes
Car Jeep "Snow Covered" This ad was produced by Bozell. The commercial features something tunneling beneath the snow, crossing a vast and desolate mountain range, bathed in the multicolored glow of the setting sun. The tunneling object is never exposed and actually remains undefined until the last seconds of the ad, when we see twin taillights light up at a partially submerged stop sign and then turn left. The car is only identified as a Jeep on the final title card that flashes across the screen The commercial First aired during the opening ceremonies of the 1994 Winter Olympics. Although the ad was recognized for its remarkable special effects, many of which eschewed CGI in favor of practical setups, it has been most credited for its approach to the Jeep brand as a whole. While most ads only receive major airplay for a few months, "Snow Covered" was shown for the better part of a decade after its release. the Snow Covered ad was awarded with the prestigious Grand Prix award in the section Film Lions at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in 1994, becoming the first auto ad to ever do so. by beating Cup Noodles sequels "hungry?" Quetzalcoatlus and Uintatherium which produced by Hakuhodo. Before The Ad Aired in Super Bowl XXIX.
Beer Budweiser "Frogs" Three frogs are sitting in a swamp sounding out different syllables until they finally speak out the name "Budweiser"[5]
Car Jeep Grand Cherokee "Driveaway"
Clothing No Fear "Rodeo" The commercial features nine-time World Champion rodeo cowboy Ty Murray (The commercial aired Later during the 1995 Indianapolis 500).

1996 (XXX)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Car Toyota 4Runner "Wolves"
Film Independence Day TV promo.
Restaurant McDonald's
"Baby Swing"
Swinging in her baby swing to "Rock-a-Bye Baby," a little girl. Swinging forward, she puts on a happy smile Swinging backwards, her face crumples in distress Swinging forward, her eyes light up again, swinging back tears form in her eyes, A reverse cut shows that the swing is facing a window When the swing comes forward the baby can see McDonald's golden arches When it swings back she can't. the Baby Swing ad has won the Grand Prix in the section Film Lions at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival with the Rolo ad "Elephant" in same year This ad was produced by Leo Burnett Worldwide.

1997 (XXXI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Car Nissan
With homage to Top Gun, pigeons attempt to poop on a Nissan, but the car is too fast for them.
Film Volcano TV promo.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
The Saint
As an Eggo waffle pops out of a toaster, a family rushes over to grab it, but it disappears. In an instant replay, it's revealed their grandmother somersaulted through the air and finished eating it before they got to the toaster.
"Nuzzle and Nibble"
At a fancy restaurant, Miss Piggy falls in love with a charming man. But when the man wants to eat her Baked Lays, she karate chops him through the wall.
People are celebrating the new flavors of Baked Lays. When Miss Piggy has the door closed on her, she disrupts the party by kicking down the door.
Cast: Richard Lewis.
Soft drink Pepsi
"Darth Vader"
While watching Star Wars, a little kid is sucking on the straw of his Pepsi too loud, so Darth Vader uses the force to crush his Pepsi. An usher stands up for the kid, and soon has a giant lightsaber battle with Vader.

1998 (XXXII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
"Chicken Pool"
A man challenges a pool player with his chicken. The chicken wins the game by shooting eggs.
Bud Light
A man is bored while his wife is clothes shopping. He hears a voice in one of the clothing racks, and finds four of his buddies watching the game.
Cast: Sean Hayes, Kathy Christopherson.
"Master Plan"
In a six-part commercial story, Louie the Lizard tries to kill off the Budweiser Frogs. It goes like this:
1. Louie tells the frogs to enjoy the first half, because they may not be around for the second.
2. Louie denies rumors from Frank that he's going to kill the Frogs.
3. The Ferret, Louie's accomplice, drops the Budweiser sign into the swamp, electrocuting the frogs.
4. Louie says it's the best day of his life, until he sees that the Frogs have survived.
5. Louie rants to the Ferret that he screwed up the job.
6. Louie apologizes for trying to kill the Frogs, saying it was purely for entertainment reasons.
Car Pontiac
"ACME Pontiac"
In a Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoon, Wile E. Coyote uses a Widetrack Grand Prix to try and catch the Road Runner. Coyote is almost successful, until the cartoon ends before he can catch the Road Runner.
Computer Intel
In the Intel Lab where everyone wears radiation suits, the detective (in a suit) finds a processor missing. It's either Jimmy the Wire or Susie the Mouse. People voted in the internet poll "Whodunit?". At the fourth quarter, the suspect was announced.
Credit card Visa
A little girl talks about how she would want a pet elephant. In sweet music, the girl talks about her adventures with the elephant. She instead gets a plush elephant with Visa Debit. The commercial ends with her dreaming of a pet zebra.
Film Armageddon TV promo.
Lost in Space
Mercury Rising
The Mask of Zorro
The Wedding Singer
Food Doritos
Two men are at a Laundromat when a beautiful woman (Ali Landry) enters to do her own laundry and notices them eating Doritos. They try impressing her with elaborate ways of tossing Doritos 3Ds into the air. Intrigued, the woman then walks over to them, takes the 3Ds and tosses them into a washing machine where it shoots out individual pieces and demonstrates her own unique way of eating the new Doritos. The man on the left then says, "Ay chihuahua!"
Also starring Sean Hayes
"Bold Innovations"
What appears to be a commercial for a car turns out to be a commercial for Hormel Chili.
Tabasco Sauce
A man is constantly putting Tabasco sauce on his pizza. When a mosquito bites him on the leg, he does not mind. Because when the mosquito flies off, it explodes. The advert would air as a cinema advert in the UK on late March/early April 2008.
Mail FedEx
"We Apologize"
A colored "Please Stand By" test bar is on the screen. A message scrolls across the screen: "We apologize. You should be watching the new ad from EarthCo Insurance. It starred those lifeguards from Baywatch and a chorus line of singing kangaroos. We even got Garth Brooks to do the music. It was very humorous. Unfortunately, a tape of the commercial didn't get to NBC on time. Imagine, $1.3 million is going down the tubes all because some boob at our ad agency didn't send the commercial with FedEx. (Had they used FedEx, they would still be our ad agency.)"
Restaurant Pizza Hut
Five guys are hanging out. One says that Elvis is back, while one jokes that he's dancing over at Pizza hut. We cut to Pizza hut to find this rumor true, as he's come back from the dead for their new Edge Pizza.
Shoes Hilfiger
"Have Some Fun"
A fancy woman agent is representing Michael Richards as the Hilfiger spokesman. We see Richards losing at basketball when he hits his head.
Soft drink Pepsi
A CGI fly sucks on a drop of Pepsi. He then grows lips and a mouth, and proceeds to sing The Rolling Stone's "Brown Sugar", but is later crushed by a Pepsi can. One version has a red-headed teenage boy, while a different version was released with a young Ricky Martin.
A man does aerial tricks with a goose, and they share a Pepsi afterward.
Sports NFL
A kid named Anthony is said to play in the NFL.
Tire Michelin
A man goes up to his car and drills a hole in one of his tires. Since it's a Michelin tire, it still won't go flat.
Website Autobytel
While buying amazing car deals online, a woman is sucked into her computer to retrieve her new car.

1999 (XXXIII)Edit

Product type Product / Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
A man sees a woman with Bud Light in her apartment. He shoots a mouse with a slingshot in her room causing her to freak out and go to the man's house to stay for the night.
Bud Light
"Paper or Plastic"
Two guys are trying to pay for their items, but they do not have enough money. They get rid of some items, and are left with toilet paper and a six-pack of Bud Light, but they still don't have enough money for both. Forced to choose between the two, they choose Bud Light, and paper bags with which to bag their purchase.
At a firehouse, two Dalmatian puppies roll around in a basket. The puppy with the blue collar is picked as the fire dog, in which[clarification needed] it sticks its tongue at his brother with a red collar. Two years pass, and the red-collared puppy is seen by the fire dog to be in a Budweiser chariot driven by Clydesdales. The dalmatian then sticks his tongue out at his estranged brother.
Louie the Lizard apologizes for last year's commercial (see 1998). When the Budweiser Frogs (mainly "Bud" and "Er") turn out to be able to talk, "Bud" and "Er" slap Louie with their tongues.
A lobster about to be cooked in a restaurant grabs a Budweiser and holds it hostage. Freaking out the restaurant, it leaves with the Budweiser. An onlooking diner tells his waitress that he'll have steak instead.
Credit card American Express
"Real Life"
Jerry Seinfeld leaves his show to get a real life, and proceeds to go on a cross-country road trip with his American Express card. He ends up in New York as he proclaims, "This is where I belong!" before it is revealed to be filmed on set as a commercial.
Characters from the Hanna-Barbera cartoons are shown what it costs for contact lenses, a treadmill, a Wonderbra, and a face lift. Being happy with yourself is priceless.
Computer Apple Inc.
In a parody of 2001: A Space Odyssey, HAL flirts with Dave. He says that a bug caused computers to misbehave in the year 2000, since they could not recognize the year 2000. They say that Macintosh can recognize the year, and then asks, "You like your Macintosh better than me. Don't you, Dave?"
Film Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me In a TV promo, they announce that the new film to see this summer is the new Star Wars film. The second is the next Austin Powers film.
The Corruptor TV promo.
Joint TV promo.
8MM Two TV promos.
The Matrix TV promo.
"Groundhog Day"
Advertising the release of the film on video on Groundhog Day, Mushu rises out of the hole instead of a groundhog, but he ultimately gets hit by a football.
The Mummy TV promo.
October Sky
True Crime
Wild Wild West
Food Cracker Jack
"Really Big Bag"
In addition to snack-size and family-size bags of Cracker Jack, a really, really big bag is also being tested, with one of the prizes being a real-life pony.
At a college classroom, students are in awe of their hot teacher. She eats Smoking Red Barbequed Doritos, which causes the sprinklers to go off. Luckily, the students bring umbrellas. But when they forget to use their umbrellas the second time she eats Doritos, the students bow down to her in the rain. The announcer then says, "Umbrellas not included".
Cast: Ali Landry.
Mail FedEx
"Stanley Cup"
An agent is supposed to deliver the Stanley Cup on the hockey rink in a crate. The package instead is bird seed. In Bolivia, villagers receive a crate with the Stanley Cup, and use it as a cup for grapes.[10]
Professional wrestling WWF

"WWF Attitude"

Walking through the World Wrestling Federation's headquarters, several performers (including Mankind, Sable, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, and The Undertaker) positively describe the company as offering non-violent entertainment which does not rely on sex appeal, as scenes directly contradicting their statements play out in the background.[11]
Restaurant Pizza Hut
"New Yorker"
Four different commercials are used to describe the new New Yorker pizza, two ads saying that New Yorkers have big mouths because of the big pizza:
1. Fran Drescher says how everything's big in New York.
2. Spike Lee constantly complains about things all over New York.
3. An announcer says that the pizza's so big it has three zip codes.
4. Donald Trump says that he has large things in New York, including his plans for the tallest skyscraper in New York and his name plastered all over the city.
Soft drink Pepsi One
"Bad Boys"
Directed by Joe Pytka
Cast: Cuba Gooding Jr.
Technology Philips
"Garage Movie Date"
A young woman goes on a date to the movies. Her date drives her across the street in front of his driveway as they watch Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery with Philips equipment set up in the garage.
After aliens from another planet are able to get on their computer, they enjoy many things, like the DVD edition of Caddyshack, the PlayStation with Namco's Tekken 3, and Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. A security nightwatchman at an unknown place is bored. He goes into until landing the perfect job: a security nightwatchman in a bigger building.
"When I Grow Up"
Kids talk about what they want to do when they grow up, including filing papers every day, being a yes man, and having a brown nose.


2000 (XXXIV)Edit

This year was known for its many commercials for websites, with 17 websites posing commercials. Many became defunct after the "dot-com Bowl".

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
A man tries to hold the elevator by putting his arm in the door. The bad news is that he has a six-pack of bud Light in his hand, which the others in the elevator steal.
Bud Light
A woman tells her boyfriend that her cat doesn't like anyone who takes her Bud Light. He ignores her by reaching for a Bud Light. That is, until the cat turns out to be a tiger.
"Photo Shoot"
Louie and Frankie document a scandal which focuses on a 1979 summer photo shoot where the ferret posed nude.
"Which Game?"
In a continuation of their "Whassup?" ad campaign, three men at a bar are on the phone with a guy ("Dookie") allegedly watching the game. Their question: "Whassup?"
"Rex's Motivation"
A dog s not crying in a movie scene, so the director tells the dog to think back to his worst day. The dog's worst day was jumping over a hedge to chase a Budweiser truck, only to ram head first into the side of a lawn care truck. The dog then gives the howl of his life.
Candy M&M's
"Sexy Girl"
Men and women are all impressed by a green M&M walking down the street.
Car Oldsmobile
"In Cars"
In what first appears to be an ad for the Gap, a group of teenagers sing the Gary Numan song "Cars" before an Oldsmobile Alero drives into the screen.
Credit card Visa
The announcer decide to take a break from commercialization and focuses on the 2000 Olympic Games with female swimmers swimming. They then spelled out "VISA", and the announcer ends their break, and says that Visa is the official card of the Olympic Games.
Film Gladiator TV promo.
Mission to Mars
Titan A.E.
Mail FedEx
"Combat Rangers"
Combat Rangers action figures are all wearing dresses. The toy makers found that the wrong shipping company got the wrong dresses in China.
"The Lollipop Guild"
While greeting Dorothy, the Lollipop Guild lose their high voices. A FedEx truck delivers three balloons to the group, they inhale the helium, and continue the greeting.
Soft Drink Mountain Dew
"Mock Opera"
Spoof of Bohemian Rhapsody, both the song and video.
TV Oxygen
"Baby Girl Power"
At a maternity ward, a pink cap for a baby girl is found on the floor. Soon, all the babies take off their caps, signifying they should not be categorized.
"I Need a Car"
A man stands in a vast, featureless white room. He says, "I need a car." Countless cars zoom past him, which are narrowed down based on his choices.[12]
In a completely silent TV spot, a bunch of random questions appear on the screen, such as "who keeps the coin after the coin toss?" and "where do Buffalo wings come from?" Then it ends with logo with tagline "what's on your mind?"[13]
"Mike and Mike"
To get opinions on, we watch interviews with the creators' mother, college buddy, nephew, and uncle.
An accountant asks a client if he gave anything to charity. The man exclaims that he gave a mint to "charity", who turns out to be a woman.
"Cat Herders"
We take a look at the tough and drama-filled job of being a cat herder.
Director: John O'Hagan.
A man washes his hands and receives money for it. He sneezes and the same thing happens.
"Wasted 2 Million"
Two men and a monkey dance to "La Cucharacha". Then, the screen makes fun of the money being spent by websites on Super Bowl ads by saying: "Well, we just wasted two million bucks."[5]
"Out the Wazoo"
A man is rushed to the ER. Doctors discover that he has money "coming out the wazoo".
"Basketball Prodigy"
A young man scores the winning goal in a basketball game. His coach tells him that he's a natural. The player then declares that he wants to dance for a career.
"Time Saving Tips"
A man who owns his own business is shown shredding paper. A voice asks if he really has time for this. The man realizes he can throw the papers into his backyard and shred them by mowing his lawn. The voice congratulates him and suggests that he use to buy postage.
Two businessmen negotiate with a giant, light-up mouse-pointer hand. The hand mocks the first businessman's suggestions, noting that "A startup in Frisco made a mockery of your signing bonus." The businessman tells the hand "I don't like you."
"Looking for a Job"
A man leads someone through the red-light district of a city. After walking through a door marked "JOBS", he falls down a chute into a desert. Images of at work are then shown.
Two men set up lawn chairs and watch an incoming tornado. They discuss one man's recent trip to Barbados as the tornado sucks the other man away at the last minute.
"The Worst Commercial"
On yellow paper in typing while "Chopsticks" is played on piano, a message says: "This is the worst commercial on the Super Bowl. But it might be the best thing you see tonight. Introducing We send highly personalized emails on topics you ask for. Free. No junk. How can we do all this with 7.5 million members? We're information experts (geeks). But we don't know diddly about making ads."
A voice over a cell phone helps a man to reschedule a flight. When he tries to pay for it with a credit card, the voice alerts police that the man is impersonating the real cardholder.
"Stock Alert"
A woman in an airport uses her mobile device to trade stocks.
"The Road Less Travelled"
A woman stands on a street corner in a city. Various people walking past her recite "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost.
"Paper Monster"
A man sits in a room with papers scattered everywhere. The papers gather into the shape of a monster and assault him. He survives by opening his laptop, which sucks the paper monster inside of it.
Various images of people wearing glasses with tape across the middle are shown. A voice asks what would happen if everyone could access the internet without a computer.
Soon-to-be-married brides fight with each other at a wedding invitation store.
"If You Leave Me Now"
When pets are left home, the sockpuppet sings the Chicago song "If You Leave Me Now".
A close-up video of Muhammad Ali shadowboxing is shown. On-screen text makes obscure references to circumventing the healthcare system.

2001 (XXXV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser
"We Are Not Alone"
A dog is abducted by aliens. It is revealed that the dog is actually an alien in disguise. When the leader asks what he has learned, the alien quotes the Whassup? line. It soon catches on with the alien, and an alien intelligence agency finally detects the race.
"What Are You Doing?"
A commercial plays that shows sharply dressed men parodying the Whassup? commercials with the line "What are you doing?" It is then revealed to be a commercial watched by the men from the Whassup? commercials.
Film A Knight's Tale TV promo.
Exit Wounds
The Fast and the Furious
The Mummy Returns
Food George Foreman Grill
People dance to celebrate the five new colors the George Foreman Grill comes in.
Gaming PlayStation 2
A future commercial advertises the PS9.
Soft drink Pepsi
"The Best Pepsi Ad Ever"
The winner of the online poll for the best Pepsi commercial that aired during the Super Bowl is announced. The winning commercial is played: the 1992 Cindy Crawford commercial.
"Bob Dole"
Bob Dole does a spoof on his erectile dysfunction commercials by using Pepsi as the product. Pepsi helps him feel young again, as he does a backflip.
Cast: Bob Dole, Eric Stonestreet.
A man brings a full cup of Pepsi on a rollercoaster. Somehow, he manages to spill none of it on the ride. Later, an attractive woman asks him for the time, and he spills the Pepsi on his shirt. The rollercoaster shown in this commercial is Alpengeist, a B&M inverted coaster at Busch Gardens Williamsburg.
Website E*Trade
"Ghost Town"
In a spoof of the famous 1970s Crying Indian commercial, the chimp from last year's popular E*Trade commercial wanders through a ghost town on a pony. Several deserted dot-com businesses are seen, referring to the various dot-com companies which went bankrupt partly due to their commercials last year. The chimp sheds a tear for the corpse of the sock puppet dog.

2002 (XXXVI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser
"Clydesdale Respect"
As a tribute to the victims of the September 11th attacks, Budweiser produced a one-time-only advertisement. The commercial shows the Budweiser Clydesdales walking across the Brooklyn Bridge into New York City. They then stopped, gazed at the ruined New York skyline, and bowed in reverence and respect. The commercial aired only once, but was available on the website for a period of one year. Two different modern takes on this commercial aired decades later: first in 2011 with the newly built One World Trade Center in the background skyline, and again in 2021 with additional structures on the World Trade Center site (including 3 and 4 World Trade Center) now completed as well as Tribute in Light illuminating the sunset sky.
"Out of Towner"
In a continuation of Budweiser's "Jersey Guys" ad campaign, a man wearing a cowboy hat takes a seat at a bar, where he is asked "How ya doin?" by the bartender. He replies, "Well, thanks for asking! I'm doing fine; just got in today. My brother in law picked me up at the airport; mighty big airport y'all got here. And the people here are so nice!" He repeats this to two other men entering the bar who ask him, "How ya doin?"
Film Austin Powers in Goldmember TV promo.
Blade II
Collateral Damage
Spider-Man TV promo, which gained popularity.
Food Lipton Brisk
"Puppet Strike"
A puppet version of Danny DeVito is fired, as the new Brisk is so good, it sells itself. This causes all the puppets from the Lipton Brisk commercials to go on strike.
Gaming Madden NFL 2002 TV promo.
Soft drink Pepsi
"Now and Then"[14]
Britney Spears promotes the Pepsi generation in the years 1958, 1963, 1966, 1970, 1989, and the present day.
Director: Joe Pytka; Cast: Britney Spears.
Soft drink Pepsi
"The Joy of Pepsi"
Britney Spears sings an updated version of "The Joy of Pepsi" jingle (which was first introduced in 1999). A 90-second music video was made into a commercial, which aired during the Super Bowl.[14]
Website Yahoo!
A man is walking in the waters near an island when he meets a talking dolphin. The man says he found the island on Yahoo!. The dolphin then admits it learned to talk on Yahoo! as well.

2003 (XXXVII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Film Anger Management TV promo.
Bad Boys II
Bruce Almighty
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle
Gods and Generals
The Matrix Reloaded
Tears of the Sun
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Mail FedEx
"Cast Away"
Is the final scene of the 2000 film of the same name where Chuck returns the package to its sender. But in this version the woman answers the door; when Chuck asks what was in the box, the woman replies, "Just a satellite phone, GPS locator, fishing rod, water purifier and some seeds. Just silly stuff."

2004 (XXXVIII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser
A donkey narrates his life story, where he dreams of becoming a Budweiser Clydesdale. He trains and trains, even going to the trouble of putting puffy hooves on his feet. When his job interview comes, the five Clydesdale horses ask why he should become a Clydesdale. He responds with a donkey sound, and gets the job.
Car Ford
"The One"
A Ford GT is shown driven a speed on a racetrack.
Gaming PlayStation 2
"Going Back"
TV promo for Jet Li: Rise to Honor (Full Version of "Going Back" Aired later).
Film 50 First Dates TV promo.
Starsky & Hutch
Secret Window
The Alamo
Van Helsing
Phone Nextel
Dale Earnhardt Jr. scores a touchdown in his Chevy Monte Carlo NASCAR Stock Car.
Potato chips Lay's
A teen drops a bag of Lay's chips. An elderly woman tries to get the chips, only to get knocked over by an elderly man's cane. The man grabs the bag, only to realize that the woman has his dentures. The teen comes back and takes the Lay's chips, and plants a kiss on the man.
PSA Truth

"Shards O'Glass"

An executive for a popsicle company, "Shards O' Glass," provides disclaimers for their product – a popsicle with shards of glass in it, clearly unsafe and deadly – and posed the question, "What if all companies sold products like tobacco?"[15]
Credit card MasterCard
Homer Simpson is doing some errands such as buying beer instead of diapers, an oil change, and a haircut. Homer seems to know of the narrator's existence, finally being fed up with him at Moe's Bar, muttering the words "stupid voice-over guy".
Soft drink Pepsi
"Bear's Disguise"
When two grizzly bears rob a cottage, they find no Pepsi anywhere. One of the bears steals the resident's ID and disguises himself as the person. Then, he buys Pepsi at a convenience store.
In Seattle, 1953, a young Jimi Hendrix walks down a city sidewalk. When he sees a Pepsi machine and Coke machine, he chooses the Pepsi machine. At the machine, he sees a Fender Telecaster electric guitar in a pawn shop. If he had gone to the Coke machine, he would have bought an accordion. The screen then says, "Whew...that was a close one." In the background, Hendrix's "Purple Haze" is playing; at first as the original recording, then on accordion.

2005 (XXXIX)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser
All kinds of animals come to the Budweiser Clydesdale farm to become a Clydesdale. A driver looks at the donkey from last year's Budweiser commercial and says, "Now look what you've started."
"Welcome Home"
Pedestrians are in an airport, minding their own business. People start clapping. Then, everyone is clapping, as it is revealed they are clapping for soldiers coming home from war. At the end, a title card says, "Thank you."
Director: Joe Pytka.
"Beer Run"
Brad Pitt buys a six-pack of Heineken at a corner shop. Soon, he is being chased by a mob of paparazzi. It ends with an anonymous phone call.
Director: David Fincher
Car Ford
A tough biker gang is going to the bar, only to be scared off by Fords.
Credit card Mastercard
Features classic advertisting mascots eating dinner.
Film Batman Begins TV promo.
Be Cool
The Pacifier
War of the Worlds
Mail FedEx
"10 Things"
Determined to have the best Super Bowl commercial, FedEx researched past Super Bowl commercials and found 10 things that they believe will help them win, all of which are included in this ad: a celebrity (Burt Reynolds), an animal (a bear), a dancing animal (still the bear), a cute kid, a groin kick, a talking animal (still the bear), attractive females, a product message, a famous pop song ("Don't Stop Believin"), and a bonus ending.
Soft drink Diet Pepsi
"The Diet Pepsi Truck"
P. Diddy is late for an awards show, so he hitches a ride on a Diet Pepsi truck. After the arrival, everyone starts driving Diet Pepsi trucks, being the next big thing.
Technology Olympus
Let Your Pictures Groove
Olympus has created two commercials for this weekend's Super Bowl XXXIX broadcast that are high-energy odysseys of music, photography and dance. The spots – which promote Olympus m:robe 500, the first digital music player that takes pictures – feature funky electronica music, cool Poplockin' dance techniques and dazzling special effects.[neutrality is disputed][citation needed]

2006 (XL)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Film 16 Blocks TV promo.
Mission: Impossible III
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Running Scared
The Shaggy Dog
V for Vendetta

2007 (XLI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
An auctioneer is hired to officiate a wedding ceremony to make it go by faster so everyone can enjoy the Bud Light at the reception sooner.
Bud Light
Carlos Mencia teaches a class of foreigners how to ask for a Bud Light in different regions of the United States, and to say they don't speak English if they are ever asked for a Bud Light.
Bud Light
A man and woman driving down a dark road encounter a hitchhiker with an axe and a case of Bud Light. The hitchhiker claims the axe is a bottle opener, and the man invites him in for a ride, to the woman's shock. Later, they encounter another hitchhiker with a case of Bud Light, except he also has a chainsaw.
Bud Light
"Rock Paper Scissors"
Two men play rock paper scissors for the last bottle of Bud Light at a cookout. One of the men throws a rock at the other man's head, knocking him to the ground and allowing him to get the last bottle.
Bud Light
"Fist Bump"
Fist bumps have fallen out of style and are replaced by slaps to the face.
Bud Light
"Great Apes"
One gorilla at a zoo tells a fellow gorilla about his plan to steal some Bud Light from a delivery man who passes by them every Friday, saying that he is the only one who can do it. However, he is distracted by a woman taking pictures of him and doesn't know what was said to him until the delivery man has just passed by them.
Insurance Nationwide
"Rollin' VIP"
Kevin Federline appears in a music video rapping about living a high-flying lifestyle. The scene then cuts to him rapping into a security camera at a fast food restaurant, where his manager yells at him to get back to work.

2008 (XLII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
Three cavemen are trying to carry a cooler of Bud Light to a party. A friend says that he has invented the wheel. But the wheel is not working when they use it as hoister to carry the Bud Light. They later try to use a large rock to open a bottle, but end up smashing the bottle instead.
Bud Light
"Breathe Fire"
A man gains the ability to breathe fire after drinking Bud Light, which he uses to light candles before eating a romantic dinner at his girlfriend's house. However, he is allergic to her cat and starts sneezing, shooting large flames out of his mouth and setting several things on fire in the process.
Bud Light
"Ability to Fly"
A man gains the ability to fly after drinking Bud Light. He happily soars above the clouds, but is then sucked into the jet engine of a passing airplane.
For the Budweiser Clydesdales this year, Hank the Clydesdale is not picked. A dalmatian sees this and offers to train Hank for next year. In a tribute to Rocky, the two train like the training in the famous movie. The year after that, Hank becomes a Budweiser Clydesdale and gives a high five to his trainer.
Car Audi
"The Godfather"
Spoofing The Godfather, the horse's head is replaced with the front of a Rolls-Royce.
Film Iron Man TV promo.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
You Don't Mess with the Zohan
Soft drink Coca-Cola
"It's Mine"
At the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Underdog and Stewie Griffin balloons chase after a Coke balloon, with New Yorkers watching from many places. But instead, Charlie Brown triumphantly catches the Coke.
Naomi Campbell and lizards do the famous Thriller dance.
Website E*Trade
The birth of the E*Trade baby, the baby explains that he can use E*Trade, you can use it too.
The E*Trade Baby has rented a clown with his savings.

2009 (XLIII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
Conan O'Brien says he will do an embarrassing Bud Light commercial, and he is promised it will only show in Sweden. He watches it in Times Square.
Bud Light
Two guys are at a ski resort. One guy shows how some skiers have more drinkability than others by drawing a ramp and some trees. The second skier crashes into the trees.
A farmer plays fetch with his Dalmatian. A jealous Clydesdale goes and fetches a tree branch.
"True Love"
A Clydesdale falls in love with a dancing circus horse. He searches for her, until they both escape together from the circus. Two clowns watch this, with one of them saying, "I didn't know Daisy was dating."
Miller Lite

"High Life/1 Second Ad"

The Miller Lite guy screams "High Life". This commercial lasts exactly 1 second.
Car Audi
"The Chase"
Jason Statham is in a car chase, stealing different cars, ending up in different periods of time.
Hyundai Motor Company
"Epic Lap"
A Hyundai Genesis Coupe, driven by Rhys Millen is shown powersliding around a racetrack.
Film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra TV promo.
Land of the Lost
Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D TV promo.
Star Trek TV promo.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Year One TV promo.
Food Doritos
"Crystal Ball"
At the office, a worker ask if there will be free Doritos today. He then throws the crystal ball at a snack machine for Doritos, breaking the glass. An impressed worker asks if he will get a raise today, and throws the crystal ball at his boss in the groin. The first worker comes over, happily eating Doritos, and says, "Not today!"
Directors: Joseph and Dave Herbert (who won $1,000,000 for the ad)
"The Power of Crunch"
A man learns the power of crunch with a woman stripped down to her underwear, free money from an ATM, and a policeman being turned into a monkey.
Manufacturing Bridgestone
"The Potato Heads"
Mr. Potato Head is being nagged by his wife while driving. Soon, dodging sheep, they swerve, and Mrs. Potato Head's mouth flies off down a mountain. Mrs. Potato Head then sticks on her "angry eyes".
Soft drink Pepsi
"Forever Young"
A look through two generations, all to the Bob Dylan song "Forever Young" and its cover by
"I'm Good"
Many men drinking Pepsi Max get hurt, then say "I'm Good".


MacGruber changes his name to PepSuber.
Cast: Will Forte, Kristen Wiig, Richard Dean Anderson
Restaurant Denny's
Three mobsters are thinking about killing a guy, and they ask the waitress for more chocolate dumdiddles and swirly gumdrops on their pancakes. Part of the 'Serious Breakfast' campaign.
Website E*Trade
"Singing Baby"
A web baby tries to express himself by singing.


2010 (XLIV)Edit

Product type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
"Beer House"
Several people meet a man whose house is made out of Bud Light cans. He says that some of the cans are not empty, and the people start to rush and take the house apart.
Bud Light
When scientists see a meteor flying towards earth, they decide to party with Bud Light. The meteor turns out to be a rock, and they still party.
Bud Light
"T-Pain Voice"
Men who hear about a Bud Light party talk like T-Pain. Soon, T-Pain shows up at the party.
A Clydesdale and a calf are friends at a young age, though a fence separates them. Three years later, the two are reunited and the bull bursts through the fence to his friend.
"Human Bridge"
When the bridge is out in a small town, the population form a human bridge so that a Budweiser truck can cross into town.
Candy Snickers
"Betty White"
Betty White is playing football and keeps getting tackled. A woman gives her a Snickers bar and says, "Try this". White turns back into a man. We[who?] then see Abe Vigoda being tackled, to which he responds, "That hurt." It is considered[by whom?] one of the best commercials in the Super Bowl. It was also nominated for an Emmy.[16]
Car Dodge Charger
"Woman Are Shrill"
Men go over the rules of life which they hate. The final man thinks, "And because I do this, I will drive the car I want to drive." Narrated by Michael C. Hall.
We see a Hyundai being made.
A parody of Brett Favre's anonymous retirement, showing him getting an MVP Award in 2020.
Kia Motors
"How You Like Me Now"
A teddy bear, a sock monkey, a robot, Muno from Yo Gabba Gabba!, and another toy are all living their PG-13 dreams while driving a Kia Sorento.
"Punch Dub Days"
The first of their Punch Dub Days campaign features many people, including Stevie Wonder and Tracy Morgan, punching someone in the arm.
Film The Back-Up Plan TV promo.
Iron Man 2
The Last Airbender
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Robin Hood
Shutter Island
The Wolfman
Food Doritos
A man is seen staring at a woman's butt as she walks into the other room. He then tries to start a conversation with the girlfriend's kid. When he reaches for a Dorito, the kid slaps him, saying, "Keep your hands off my Mama, keep your hands off my Doritos."
A dog wants Doritos from a man sitting on a bench. The man says it'll have to speak, but it is wearing an anti-bark collar. The dog comes back, and attaches the collar to the man, who lies on the ground, speaking gibberish. The dog walks away with the bag of Doritos.
A man who recently faked his death is in his coffin, watching the Super Bowl and in a pool of Doritos. The casket flies open, and he screams, "It's a miracle!"
At a gym, a man has stolen Doritos out of Tim's locker. His friend tries to warn him, but Tim transforms into a Dorito-wearing ninja.
Manufacturing Bridgestone
"Killer Whale"
Three men have a killer whale in their small van. They then release it into the sea. One guy says, "Best bachelor party ever!"
Mobile phone Boost Mobile
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Super Bowl Shuffle, the 1985 Chicago Bears do the Shuffle.
Restaurant McDonald's
"Check This"
In a 2010 NBA interpretation of the 1993 Showdown commercial, NBA stars Dwight Howard and LeBron James play a slam dunk version of H-O-R-S-E, with the same prize as before. Larry Bird, who stated "no dunking" in the original Showdown with Michael Jordan, cashes in by eating the Big Mac and fries prize after Howard shatters the backboard.
Shoes Skechers
Three people, including Joe Montana, talk about how great Shape-Ups are.
Soft drink Coca-Cola
A sleepwalking man walks in a forest of Africa, eventually reaching a refrigerator with a Coke bottle.
"The Simpsons"
Mr. Burns goes bankrupt and loses everything. While in a walk in the park, he sees people enjoying his things and Coke bottles. Apu notices that Burns is sad, and gives him a Coke since he was carrying two armfuls of Coke. Milhouse is standing in a makeshift kite and bumps into the Coca-Cola logo. He says "Ah Sorry Coke!" while the theme tune plays.
TV show Late Show with David Letterman David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, and Jay Leno are watching the Super Bowl.
NFL Full Contact On Groundhog Day, the mayor pulls out a small football player who sees his shadow. The mayor declares six more weeks of football.
Video Game Dante's Inferno Cinematic trailer for the game, Dante's Inferno accompanied by Bill Withers' song, "Ain't No Sunshine".
"Smart Kid #2"
A brand-new "Smart Kid" ad for
A date between two web babies goes awry.
Focus on the
"Miracle Baby"
Pam Tebow talks about her miracle baby Tim Tebow. This ad drew much criticism from pro-choice[clarification needed] groups.
Danica Patrick gets a massage. The massage therapist realizes that she's the GoDaddy spokeswoman. Then he then tries to impress Danica by opening her blouse.
An anonymous user (most likely a man) is using Google for help by using its search engine. Over the course, it tells a story about how the user goes to Paris for college, meets a French woman, falls in love, buys her chocolate, gets married, and has a child.
"Talented Beaver"
A beaver that plays the fiddle becomes a big hit.

2011 (XLV)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
"Hack Job"
A couple appears on a home makeover show called "Hack Job", discovering the only thing they have done to their kitchen was put a bucket of Bud Light on the counter.
Car Audi
"Old Luxury"
Two people escape from a fancy prison.
Cameos: Kenny G
"Elderly Home"
People in an elderly home try to figure out a Chevy commercial.
"Miss Evelyn"
Two guys narrate their idea for a Chevy Camaro commercial.
Chrysler 200
"Born of Fire"
A narrator talks about how Detroit has its history, but it should be respected like any other town. Rapper Eminem is driving through Detroit in his Chrysler, until he reaches the Fox Theatre. He concludes that, "This is the Motor City, and this is what we do." The song "Lose Yourself" by said artist is playing throughout the commercial. The commercial is two minutes long, and one of the longest commercials in Super Bowl history. The ad received critical acclaim.
Six people prepare to race in their Fords.
"Black Beetle"
A computer-generated black beetle runs fast, as it is referencing the new Volkswagen model.
"The Force"
A kid dressed as Darth Vader tries the Force on random objects, but fails. When his father comes home in his Volkswagen, the kid tries to use the Force to start the engine. He succeeds, or so he thinks. This was voted No. 9 on YouTube's Top 10 Videos of 2011.
Film Captain America: The First Avenger TV promo.
Cowboys & Aliens
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Food Doritos
A man goes around the office with a creepy obsession for Doritos.
A boyfriend teases his girlfriend's dog by waving Doritos around from the inside of a glass door. Instead of the dog running into the door, the dog crashes through the door, squishing the man.
Soft drink Pepsi
"Love Hurts"
A wife keeps putting down her husband's spirits. When the husband thinks his wife will be mad that he is drinking PepsiMax, she too is drinking PepsiMax. When the man then spots a hot jogger, the woman accidentally knocks out the woman with her can.
Store Best Buy
Ozzy Osbourne tries to shoot a Best Buy commercial for 4G phones, but the G keeps getting upgraded. Pretty soon, Osbourne is replaced by Justin Bieber.
Cast: Ozzy Osbourne, Justin Bieber, Sharon Osbourne, Jack Osbourne

2012 (XLVI)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light
A factory is working on the new Bud Light Platinum.
"The End of Prohibition"
The reactions of a town at the end of Prohibition are shown
"Eternal Optimism"
Various moments in 20th Century history are shown, all accompanied by people drinking Budweiser.
Candy M&M's
"Just My Shell"
At a party, a brown-shelled M&M is mistaken for being naked. As a result, the red M&M tears off its skin and dances to "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO.
Car Audi
"Vampire Party"
A group of vampires are having a party in the woods. The vampire in charge of drinks (blood types) arrives in his Audi. The bright lights of the car kills all of the vampires, with him wondering where everyone went afterwards.
"Halftime in America"
Clint Eastwood recounts how the automotive industry survived the Great Recession.
A man walks through a street to discover a beautiful woman (Catrinel Menghia) standing on a parking space, who proceeds to approach and seduce him, when successfully doing so he then discovered he was about to kiss a Fiat 500 Abarth.
Cast: Catrinel Menghia
Two men try to see which is faster: a cheetah or a Hyundai. Once the cheetah is released, it starts to instead chase after its cage handler.
Film Act of Valor TV promo.
The Avengers
John Carter
The Lorax
Soft drink Pepsi
"The King's Court"
People in the Middles Ages try to entertain their king (Elton John) for a Pepsi. While the first person fails, a mysterious person (Season 1 X Factor winner Melanie Amaro) wins the Pepsi by singing Aretha Franklin's "Respect"." After she wins, she overthrows the king and gives Pepsi to all the town.
Cast: Elton John, Melanie Amaro, Flavor Flav
Store Best Buy
"Phone Innovators"
An ad featuring the creators of the cameraphone, Siri, and the first text message. The creators of Words with Friends also appear parodying the incident involving Alec Baldwin playing the game on an airplane.

2013 (XLVII)Edit

Product Type Product/ Title Plot/Notes
Beer Budweiser "Puppy Love" .
Car Audi "Doberhuahua" .
Kia K900 "The Truth" Morpheus offers a couple of choice of a red key or a blue key (with the red key being a Kia K900). As they drive on the Kia, Morpheus accompanies them while singing to "Nessun Dorma" as nods to The Matrix trilogy start flying in to the scene.[17]
Volkswagen "Wings" Every time a VW hits 100,000 miles, a German engineer gets their wings.
A guy getting ready for the prom. Drives his mom's Audi to the prom.
Car accessories WeatherTech "You Can't Do That"
Film Fast and Furious 6 TV promo.
Iron Man 3
Oz the Great and Powerful
Star Trek Into Darkness
Food Wonderful Pistachios Psy does his "Gangnam Style" dance to promote pistachios.[18]
Doritos "Time Machine," "Cowboy Kid" A child scams a neighbor into giving him his bag of Doritos, by claiming he had built a time machine powered by them.
A young boy dressed as a cowboy races his sarcastic older brother to a bag of Doritos, with the help of his dog and lasso the cowboy kid gets the Doritos and hogtied his brother.
Soft drink Coca-Cola "It's Beautiful" Themed around multiculturalism, the ad showed scenes depicting scenes of Americans of various ethnicities, including a same-sex couple, the first depicted in a Super Bowl ad; set to the rendition of the patriotic hymn America the Beautiful sung in different languages. Upon its release, the commercial was controversial. The ad later re-aired at Super Bowl LI.
Store RadioShack "The '80s Called" A RadioShack store is cleared out by several 1980s pop culture icons.[19]
Truck Dodge Ram
"So God Made a Farmer"
Portions of the speech by Paul Harvey are played over a background of farming activities in the United States.

2015 (XLIX)Edit

Product type Advertiser/Product Title Plot/Notes
Adhesives Loctite "Positive Feelings" People dancing with Loctite fanny packs.[20]
Antifungal medication Jublia "Tackle It" Antifungal topical.[21]
Beer Budweiser "Lost Dog" A little yellow labrador gets lost and finds his way home.[22]
Bud Light "Coin" As part of the beer's ongoing "Up for Whatever" campaign, a randomly-chosen person plays a life-sized version of Pac-Man.[23]
Candy Skittles "It Will be Settled" A town settles their disputes with arm wrestling contests.[24]
Snickers "The Brady Bunch" In The Brady Bunch episode, a hungry Marcia (Danny Trejo) is stressing out and "her" parents settle her down with a Snickers bar.[25]
Car BMW "Newfangled Idea" No one knew how big the Internet would become, as shown in a 1994 clip of Today show hosts Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel. 21 years later, the two are in an all-electric BMW i3, which is made in a wind-powered factory.[21]
Chevrolet "Super Bowl Blackout" The screen goes blank and then asks what if you lost TV service and your screen went black as the game started, and that its latest vehicle has Wi-Fi ability.[26]
Dodge "Wisdom" Centenarians give advice about life, as the car company celebrates its 100th anniversary.[21]
Fiat "The Fiat Blue Pill" A husband loses his blue pill, which bounces around town until it lands in a Fiat 500, making the car slightly bigger.[27]
Jeep "Beautiful Lands" Advertisement for the Jeep Renegade, done to the song "This Land Is Your Land", and applied to lands all over the world.[28]
Lexus "Let's Play" A miniature model of the Lexus RC 350 shows off some drift parking techniques, followed by a full-size model.[21]
Kia Motors "The Perfect Getaway" Pierce Brosnan is pitched a movie role where he drives a Kia Sorento up a snow-covered mountain road but instead of action-adventure mission with snipers, tanks, and explosions, he encounters animals and safe drive.[29]
Mercedes-Benz "Fable" A retelling of The Tortoise and the Hare where the tortoise drives a Mercedes-AMG GT.[30]
Nissan "With Dad" A race car driver balances his work life and his family. First public appearance of Nissan GT-R LM Nismo.[31][32][33]
Toyota "How Great I Am" Footage of Paralympian snowboarder and Dancing with the Stars competitor Amy Purdy juxtaposed with an audio promo by Muhammad Ali.[21]
"My Bold Dad" The aspects of being a dad.[21]
Car accessories WeatherTech "America At Work" The American company makes car floor mats.[21][34]
Credit card Discover "Surprise" A guy contacts his service representative when he learns that he can get his credit score, which is good because he does not like surprises. He then opens the door and sees a screaming goat in his apartment.[35]
Feminine care products Always "Like a Girl" A new look at the phrase of doing things "like a girl".[21][36]
Film Avengers: Age of Ultron   TV promo.[37]
The Divergent Series: Insurgent
Fifty Shades of Grey
Furious 7 TV promo.[37][38]
Jurassic World TV promo.[37]
Minions "Super Fans" TV promo. The Minions are shown to enjoy the game with their own ways.[37][39]
Pitch Perfect 2   TV promo[37]
Ted 2 TV promo. Tom Brady is featured in the movie.[37][40]
Terminator Genisys TV promo.[37]
Tomorrowland TV promo.[21][37]
Food Avocados From Mexico "First Draft Ever" Doug Flutie and Jerry Rice provide color commentary on the first ever draft over animals and plants.[41]
Doritos "Middle Seat" An airline passenger tries not to let the seat next to him be occupied. / Winner in the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest.[42][43]
Doritos "When Pigs Fly" A boy creates a contraption that allows pigs to fly so he can get some Doritos. / Runner-up in the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" contest.[42][43][44]
Ivar's "1/2 Second Commercial" A seagull quickly says "Ivar’s".
McDonald's "Pay With Lovin'" A McDonald's restaurant accepts alternatives to money such as compliments, silly dances, and calling mom.[21][24]
Gaming Clash of Clans "Revenge" Liam Neeson plans to avenge his loss in the game.[45]
Game of War: Fire Age "Who I Am" Kate Upton's character leads her troops against an invading army.[46]
Insurance Esurance "Sorta Pharmacy" A woman gets service by "Sorta Greg" (Bryan Cranston), an eccentric pharmacist.[21]
Esurance "Sorta Your Mom" A student is picked up from school by a badly-driving woman who claims to be "sorta your mom" (Lindsay Lohan).[47]
Nationwide "Boy" A boy talks about not being able to do things like ride a bike or other childhood activities because he died from an accident.[48]
"Invisible Mindy" Mindy Kaling concludes that based on how she's been treated by insurance companies, she might actually be invisible.[21]
Lingerie Victoria's Secret   Footage of model shoots from the past 18 months.[49]
Phone Sprint "Super Apology" A caption-styled ad with curse words changed with pictures of the screaming goat and a donkey.[21]
T-Mobile "#KimsDataStash" Kim Kardashian asks viewers to help save the data from cell phone service packages so that she can be seen in action.[24][50][51]
"One Upped" Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silverman try to one-up each other when they use Wi-Fi calling.[52][53]
Phone accessory Mophie "All-Powerless" Weird things happen around the world because God's smartphone battery runs out.[21]
Service No More "30 Second" A woman places a call to 911 pretending to order a pizza but is actually calling for help from domestic abuse.[24]
Weight Watchers "All You Can Eat" After being inundated with food ads, it is time to make plans.[21][54]
Shoes Skechers "Hall" Pete Rose talks about being in the Hall and walking in his Skechers shoes. It turns out the Hall is in his own house and he even is not supposed to be in there.[21]
Skincare products Dove+Men "Real Strength" Video clips of kids of various ages calling out for their dads.[21][24][55][56]
Soft Drink Coca-Cola "Make It Happy" A spill of the drink in a data center causes Internet bullying messages to transform into positive messages.[21][24]
Software TurboTax "Boston Tea Party" The British work a deal to call off the American Revolution by stating that filing taxes would be free.[57]
Technology Microsoft "Braylon O'Neill" A boy with two prosthetic legs is able to play sports and have a life.[21]
Website "It's That Easy" 5 former NFL stars start new careers with the help of website builder[21] "Working" A guy misses the Super Bowl party so he can work on his e-business.[21]
Squarespace "Om" Jeff Bridges hums "Om" next to a sleeping couple, and advertises his website that he built with Squarespace.[21]

2016 (50)Edit

Product type Advertiser/Product Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light "Bud Light Party" Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen form a political party.[58]
Car Jeep "4x4ever" [59][60]
"Portraits" In honor of the brand's 75-year anniversary, a montage of portraits of famous Jeep owners and users is presented.[60]
Hyundai Genesis "First Date" A father (Kevin Hart) lets his son borrow his Hyundai Genesis for his first date, but follows him around using the vehicle's tracking system, culminating with him using an actual helicopter to track him.[61]
Honda Ridgeline "A New Truck to Love" A herd of sheep sing Queen's "Somebody to Love", while the truck bed audio system of the new Ridgeline is demonstrated.[61]
Car accessories WeatherTech "Resources" Highlights the manufacturing process and the employees who produce WeatherTech products.[62]
Clothing Marmot "Love the Outside" A camper hangs outdoors with a marmot, and is slapped in the face when he attempts to kiss it.[63]
Food Doritos "Ultrasound" A pregnant woman's newborn child shares her husband's fondness for Doritos.
"Doritos Dogs" A group of dogs evade a supermarket's "no dogs" policy to reach a Doritos display.
Heinz "Weiner Stampede" A pack of weiner dogs, dressed like hot dogs, run in slow motion towards humans in Heinz Ketchup and Mustard bottle costumes.[61]
Skittles "Portrait" Steven Tyler is presented with a living portrait of himself made from Skittles, which explodes after trying to sing a high note from "Dream On".[64]
Film 10 Cloverfield Lane TV trailer.
Deadpool TV promo.
Captain America: Civil War TV trailer.
Independence Day: Resurgence
Jason Bourne
The Jungle Book
The Secret Life of Pets
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
X-Men: Apocalypse
Game The Pokémon Company "Train On" Honors the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise.[65]
Phone T-Mobile "Drop The Balls" In reference to his incorrect announcement of the winner of Miss Universe 2015, Steve Harvey apologizes for an error in a Verizon Wireless ad because T-Mobile had doubled the size of its LTE network in the past year.[66]
"Restricted Bling" Executives from a cellphone provider interrupt Drake filming his music video for "Hotline Bling", seeking "improvements" to its lyrics to reflect caveats and hidden fees.[67]
Toothpaste Colgate "Every Drop Counts" A water conservation PSA, encouraging people to turn off their faucets while brushing their teeth.[68]
Soft drink Mountain Dew Kickstart "Puppy Monkey Baby" As a parallel to Mountain Dew Kickstart being a combination of three "awesome" things, a hybrid of a puppy, monkey, and baby is presented as another.[69]
Sports NFL "Super Bowl Babies Choir" A group of "Super Bowl Babies", who were all born within nine months of a Super Bowl having been won in their hometown, sing a football-themed version of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose".[70][71]

2017 (LI)Edit

Product type Advertiser/Product Title Plot/Notes
Beer Bud Light "Ghost Spuds" In a parody of A Christmas Carol, the ghost of former Bud Light mascot Spuds MacKenzie helps a man learn the importance of hanging out with friends.[72][73]
Budweiser "Born The Hard Way" A story of the founder of Anheuser-Busch, Adolphus Busch, who left Germany to start a brewery in St. Louis, Missouri.[74][75][76]
Busch "BUSCHHHHH" The Busch Guy explains that Busch still has the "same great taste it's always had", as well as the same, seemingly never-ending sound.[77][78]
Building materials 84 Lumber "The Journey" A mother and daughter embark on a journey to emigrate from Mexico to the United States.[79][80] The version aired during the game was edited due to the political overtones of its conclusion, which depicts a border wall.[81][82]
Car Alfa Romeo "Dear Predictable" [60][83]
"Mozzafiato" [83]
"Riding Dragons"
Audi "Daughter" A father (George Clooney) monologues as his daughter wins a soapbox derby race, wondering if he should tell her that about how "that despite her education, her drive, her skills, her intelligence, she will automatically be valued as less than every man she meets?"[84]
Buick N/A Cam Newton joins a peewee football team.[85]
Kia Niro "Hero's Journey" Melissa McCarthy gets injured in various ways whilst trying to protest various environmental causes.[85][86][87]
Lexus LC "Man and Machine" Freestyle dancer Lil Buck performs a routine to Sia's "Move Your Body" inspired by the "human-like movement" of the Lexus LC. The ad also launched the Lexus brand's new tagline, "Experience Amazing".[88][89]
Cleaner Mr. Clean "Cleaner of Your Dreams" A woman dances with Mr. Clean as they clean a house together, but she is actually daydreaming.[90]
Film Baywatch N/A TV promo.[91]
The Fate of the Furious N/A TV trailer.[92]
Ghost in the Shell N/A
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 N/A
Logan "Grace"
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales N/A
Restaurant Buffalo Wild Wings "The Conspiracy" Brett Favre learns what is responsible for all of his interceptions.[85]
Tax preparation TurboTax "Humpty Hospital" Hospitalized after falling off a wall whilst doing his taxes (an event whose aftermath was seen in a prequel ad aired during the AFC Championship Game), Humpty Dumpty asks questions to a TurboTax advisor using its mobile app.[93][94]
Technology Intel "Brady Everyday" Tom Brady's personal life is presented with 360-degree instant replay technology.[95]
TV series 24: Legacy (Fox) N/A Promo[96]
Empire (Fox) N/A
Genius (National Geographic) N/A Albert Einstein (Geoffrey Rush) plays a short medley of songs on violin, including Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" (the ad aired immediately following the Super Bowl LI halftime show featuring her).[96]
Shots Fired (Fox) N/A Promo[96]
Stranger Things (Netflix) N/A Season 2 promo.[91]
The Handmaid's Tale (Hulu) "My Name Is Offred" TV promo.[85]
Video games Nintendo Switch "Switch and Play" A showcase of launch titles for the upcoming video game console, including most prominently, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.[97][98][85]
Website Airbnb "We Accept" Presents a pro-multiculturalism message. Airbnb and its co-founder Brian Chesky have been a vocal opponent of Executive Order 13769 (which briefly barred residents of certain Muslim-populated countries from entering the United States).[99]
Web hosting Squarespace "Calling" John Malkovich complains to someone that had already taken the domain name "".[85] N/A A chef creates a website for his bistro, unaware that two people (Gal Gadot and Jason Statham) are fighting inside it.[100]
Wireless Sprint "No Need For Extreme Measures" A person drops a car to fake his own death to cancel his contract with Verizon Wireless and switch to Sprint.[101]
T-Mobile "#BagOfUnlimited" Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg explain an unlimited data plan using cannabis-related puns.[102]
"#NSFWireless" Kristen Schaal suggestively speaks with a Verizon Wireless customer service agent on the phone.[103]
"#Punished" Kristen Schaal enjoys being "punished" with the "pain" of Verizon Wireless' hidden fees and charges, which is said to be "fine, if you're into that sort of thing."[101][102][104]
"#UnlimitedMoves" Justin Bieber presents a history of touchdown celebrations.[101][102][105]

2018 (LII)Edit

Product type Advertiser/Product Title Plot/Notes[106][107][108]
Airlines Turkish Airlines "Five Senses" Dr. Oz talks about discovering the world using the five senses.[109][110][111]
Beer Budweiser "Stand by You" A Budweiser employee who is working at Anheuser-Busch's Cartersville brewery gets called to work to donate canned water for disaster relief. The ad used real employees who worked at the brewery.[112][113]
Bud Light "Ye Olde Pep Talk" A medieval king tries to motivate his small villager army who is vastly outnumbered, until he brings up the fact that they are out of Bud Light and that the enemy has cases of them.[114]
"The Bud Knight" The big battle is interrupted by the Bud Knight, who is on his own quest.[114][115]
Michelob Ultra "The Perfect Fit" Chris Pratt prepares for his acting gig as a spokesman.[116][110]
"I Like Beer" Chris Pratt sings "I Like Beer" (a song by Tom T. Hall, covered by Jon Pardi) along with a bunch of people working out.[110][117]
Candy M&M's "Human" Red M&M picks up a magic penny on the ground and uses a wish to transform into a human (Danny Devito).[118]
Car accessories WeatherTech "American Factory" The building of a WeatherTech factory in the U.S. is shown.[110]
Car Ram Trucks "Built to Serve" Martin Luther King Jr. speaks about the virtues of serving others.[110][119][120]
Ram 1500 "Icelandic Vikings" Vikings drive a Dodge Ram and their boat into Minneapolis to the tune of Queen's "We Will Rock You", only to turn around when they find out their team is not playing.[110][121]
Hyundai "Hope Detector" Hyundai owners that attended the Super Bowl Experience are brought aside to meet cancer patients who were helped by Hyundai's donations to cancer research.[110]
Jeep Wrangler "Anti-Manifesto" As a Wrangler drives through a river, a narrator explains that this particular commercial would not feature "grandiose speeches and big declarations", and would instead be an "anti-manifesto".[110][122]
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon "Jeep Jurassic" Jeff Goldblum re-lives driving in Jurassic Park[110][123]
Jeep Cherokee "The Road" [110][124]
Kia Stinger "Feel Something Again" An old Steven Tyler rewinds time by driving his Kia backwards on a race track. Features race car driver Emerson Fittipaldi[125][126][110]
Car / Film Lexus LS 500 F Sport, Black Panther "Long Live the King" After defeating an opponent to secure an item, the Black Panther follows a Lexus LS 500 F Sport and jumps through its sunroof where he transforms back to T'Challa.[113][110]
Car Toyota "Good Odds" Follows the odds of a paralympic skier of winning a gold medal, with the odds being reduced bit by bit as the woman grows and trains, and eventually reveals to be gold medalist Lauren Woolstencroft.[110][127][128]
"Mobility Anthem" The idea of mobility is portrayed as a broad concept unifies people of all ages and abilities.[129][110][130]
"One Team" A priest, a rabbi, and an imam carpool to the game together.[110]
Cleaner Febreze "The Only Man Whose Bleep Doesn't Stink" Dave's family and friends remark that Dave's Bleep doesn't stink.[113]
Drink Stella Artois and "Taps" Matt Damon asks that if 1% of the people watching the ad buy the beer, the company will give clean water to one million people for five years.[116]
Film Avengers: Infinity War N/A TV trailer[131]
The Cloverfield Paradox (Netflix) N/A TV trailer[131] The film became available on Netflix immediately following the conclusion of the game.[132]
Mission: Impossible – Fallout N/A Trailer[131]
A Quiet Place
Skyscraper N/A TV trailer[131]
Solo: A Star Wars Story N/A TV promo[125]
Food Avocados From Mexico "#GuacWorld" A utopian society sealed from the rest of the world realize that their tortilla chips for their guacamole are outside.[110][133][134]
Jack in the Box "Jack vs. Martha" Jack interrupts Martha Stewart's show to show off his newest creations. Martha then challenges Jack, pulling his nose off.[135]
Kraft Foods "Family Greatly" Kraft assembles a montage of photos and videos from families celebrating game day.[136][137]
Pringles "Wow 2018" Bill Hader and other actors remark about stacking different flavored Pringles.[113][138][139]
Wendy's "Iceberg" Wendy's slams McDonald's for using flash-frozen beef patties, likening being frozen to the iceberg and the Titanic.[110][140]
Food / Drink Doritos and Mountain Dew "Doritos Blaze vs. Mtn Dew Ice" Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman perform a lip-sync rap battle with Dinklage lip-syncing to a Busta Rhymes performed verse of Chris Brown's "Look at Me Now" and Freeman to "Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliott[141][142]
Headphones Monster N/A A guy on the subway (RiceGum) is inspired by Iggy Azalea to create a new set of Monster headphones. Also features Joe Perry, Joey Fatone, Yo Gotti and others.[143]
Investments E-Trade "This Is Getting Old" A group of senior citizens try to perform physically active jobs because they don't have enough to retire.[110][144]
Laundry detergent Persil "Game-time Stain-time" The Professional steps out of a big screen to clean a guacamole stain off a viewer's shirt.[145][110][146][147]
Tide "It's a Tide Ad" David Harbour examines several typical types of commercials one would see during the Super Bowl, only to reveal that they're all actually Tide ads because they have clean clothes.[148][110][149]
"It's Another Tide Ad" The Old Spice Guy (Isaiah Mustafa) is interrupted when his ad suddenly becomes a Tide ad.[149]
"It's Yet Another Tide Ad" A beer commercial with clydesdales, and the Mr. Clean commercial from the previous game, are similarly hijacked by Tide ads.[149]
"It's Yet Another Tide Ad, Again" A woman playing tennis hurts her back, so David Harbour arrives and pitches Tide detergent.[149]
Loans Rocket Mortgage "Translator" Keegan-Michael Key helps translate for people the words of a hair stylist, a waiter, Big Sean's rap music and a loan officer.[110][150]
Retail Groupon "Who Wouldn't" Tiffany Haddish talks about how using Groupon supports local businesses.[151][113][152]
Shoes Skechers "First Class for your Feet" Howie Long gets a seat upgrade.[153][154]
Soft drink Coca-Cola "The Wonder of Us" People of various cultures read lines from a poem about a Coke for them.[116]
Diet Coke "Groove" Actress Hayley Magnus tries the Diet Coke Twisted Mango flavor, and can't help dancing afterwards.[110][155]
Pepsi "This Is the Pepsi" Jimmy Fallon narrates about some of the celebrities who have appeared in Pepsi commercials, with footage of Britney Spears and Michael Jackson. Cindy Crawford re-creates her Pepsi drinking moment, and her teenage son Presley Gerber appears. Kyrie Irving appears as Uncle Drew, and Jeff Gordon also appears.[116][156] This was the lead-in commercial to the halftime show.
Sports 2018 Winter Olympics (NBC) "Best of U.S.: Lindsey Vonn" Skier Lindsey Vonn prepares for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Other ads for Chloe Kim, Mikaela Shiffrin, Nathan Chen, and Shaun White were prepared.[157][158] Shaun White's ad was the first ad played after the game ended.
N/A A number of promotions by NBC for their Olympic coverage.
NFL "Touchdown Celebrations to Come" After multiple teaser ads, Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. re-create an iconic scene from Dirty Dancing.[110][125]
"Next Season Starts Now" Featuring Jalen Ramsey, Marquette King, Devonta Freeman, Jared Goff, Stefon Diggs and Travis Kelce. Also stars NBA player Nick Young, who at the time was playing for the Golden State Warriors. [159]
2018 FIFA World Cup (Telemundo) "Telemundo ya prepara su mejor grito gol para Rusia 2018" Andrés Cantor lets out his signature goal call over footage from previous FIFA World Cups, ending with a mic drop.[160]
Tax preparation Intuit "Giant Skip Ad" A brief ad that discusses how people don't like to watch ads and want to skip it. Shows the characters from their CG-animated full short film "A Giant Story" which was posted in advance.[116][110][161]
TurboTax "The Noise in the Attic" A sheeted ghost in the attic approaches an open laptop where a representative talks about their tax software program.[110]
"The Thing Under the Bed" Features CG-animated boogeyman talking about how easy it is to answer the questions in the software program.[110]
Technology Amazon Echo "Alexa Loses Her Voice" When Alexa loses her voice, Amazon representatives tell their CEO Jeff Bezos that they have replacement voices ready, which turn out to be celebrities such as Gordon Ramsay, Cardi B, Rebel Wilson and Anthony Hopkins.[162][163]
TV series Castle Rock (Hulu) N/A TV promo[116]
Good Girls (NBC) N/A
Rise (NBC) N/A
This Is Us (NBC) N/A
Today (NBC) N/A
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan (Amazon Prime) N/A Trailer[164]
Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac & the Notorious B.I.G. (USA Network) N/A TV promo
The Voice (NBC) "The Voice Super Commercial" Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson do a country-styled video to promote the new season of The Voice.[165][166]
Westworld season 2 (HBO) N/A TV promo[167][125]
TV special Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert (NBC) N/A
Travel Tourism Australia "Dundee" A trailer for Dundee, a Crocodile Dundee reboot supposedly starring Danny McBride and Chris Hemsworth, reveals itself to be an ad for travel to Australia.[168]
Universal Parks & Resorts "In Game"
a.k.a. "Peyton Manning: Vacation Quarterback"
Peyton Manning and his family visit a Universal theme park.[116][110]
Video game Heroes Arena "Conquer Your Battles" [169][170]
Website Blacture "Be Celebrated" Fugee members talk about a new website that celebrates black excellence.[110][171]
Squarespace "Make It With Keanu Reeves" Keanu Reeves rides his motorcycle in the middle of a desert highway while standing on it as he cites lines from Will Power's "Adventures In Success".[172][110][173] "Rhett & Link" Internet YouTuber comedians Rhett and Link use to create a website.[110][174]
Wireless Sprint "Evelyn" A doctor was analyzing Evelyn's artificial intelligence when she notices that his phone was under Verizon, causing other robots in the lab to laugh at him. He tells the Sprint guy he is switching because his "coworkers" made fun of him.[175][110]
Verizon Wireless "Remember the First Responders" 10-second clip after the halftime show where Justin Timberlake thanks the first responders.
"Answering the Call" 60-second commercial slide montage of first responders in action.[110][176]
T-Mobile "Little Ones" Babies of various races look up to a camera where a woman's spoke tells them social messages.[110][119]

2019 (LIII)Edit

Product type Advertiser/product Title Plot/Notes
Alcohol Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer "The Pitch" Two mermaids "pitch" Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer to literal "sharks".[177]
Bud Light "Special Delivery" The Bud Light King mistakenly receives a gigantic barrel of corn syrup, which his followers attempt to gift to Coors Light and Miller Lite instead, since Bud Light does not use corn syrup as an ingredient.[178][179]
"Joust" The Bud Knight is defeated in a jousting match by The Mountain.[180][181]
Budweiser "Wind Never Felt Better" A dalmatian rides a cart pulled by the Clydesdales through a wind farm at Tejon Ranch, promoting the brand's commitment to using renewable energy in its production process.[182][183]
Hennessy "Major" Track cyclist of the 1890s and 1900s Major Taylor reaches the end of a race where the only competitor is himself.[184][185]
Michelob Ultra "Robots"
Michelob Ultra Pure Gold "The Pure Experience" Zoë Kravitz invites viewers to experience an ASMR sensation inspired by the new lite "Pure Gold" brew.[186][187]
Stella Artois "Change Up the Usual" At a bar, Sarah Jessica Parker decides to order a Stella Artois rather than a cosmopolitan (the signature drink of her Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw). Jeff Bridges (in a portrayal of his The Big Lebowski character "The Dude") follows suit by similarly declining a White Russian in favor of a "Stella Artose".[188]
Beverage Bubly sparkling water "Bublé vs. Bubly" At a store, singer Michael Bublé insists on pronouncing the name of Bubly as "Bublé", even after another customer and a clerk (whom Bublé refers to as "Davé") corrects him.[189][190]
Pepsi "More Than OK" When a restaurant patron requesting a Coca-Cola is asked by a waiter if a Pepsi was okay instead, Steve Carell disputes their implication that Pepsi was merely "okay".[191]
Candy M&M's Chocolate Bar "Bad Passenger" The M&M's characters fight in the backseat of a car driven by Christina Applegate, who threatens to "break them apart" and eat them if they don't behave: it is revealed that they had been embedded in a chocolate bar.
Car Audi e-tron GT "Cashew" A man encounters his grandfather at an isolated house in a field, where he shows him an Audi e-tron GT in his garage. Just as the man is about to drive it, it is revealed that this was only a dream, and that the man was actually at work choking on a cashew.[192]
Hyundai Shopper Assurance "The Elevator" Jason Bateman mans an elevator taking people to floors reflecting life experiences they don't always look forward to (such as a dentist appointment and a vegan dinner party). When a couple is sent to a floor for car shopping, Bateman is told that they were actually getting a Hyundai, and had used Shopper Assurance to pick a vehicle and schedule a test drive without haggling with a salesperson.[193][194]
Kia Telluride "Give It Everything" The city of West Point, Georgia is revitalized by the opening of a Kia factory there.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class "Say The Word" A man uses his voice to control real life, just as he can control the entertainment system on his A-Class.
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid "Toni" Jim Nantz narrates a story on challenging expectations, focusing on female football player Antoinette Harris.[195][196]
Toyota Supra "Wizard" To The Who's "Pinball Wizard", the Toyota Supra drives through a giant pinball machine.
Film Alita: Battle Angel N/A Promo
Avengers: Endgame N/A Teaser
Captain Marvel N/A Promo
Hobbs & Shaw N/A Trailer
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark N/A Teaser
Toy Story 4 N/A
Us N/A Promo
Wonder Park N/A Trailer
Food Avocados from Mexico "Top Dog" Kristin Chenoweth judges a dog show where the dogs' human owners are the competitors rather than the dogs themselves.[197]
Burger King "#EatLikeAndy" Footage of Andy Warhol eating a Whopper from the film 66 Scenes from America.[198]
Flamin' Hot Doritos "Now It's Hot" Chance the Rapper raps over the Backstreet Boys' "I Want It That Way" to make the original "hot".[199]
Pringles "Sad Device" A smart speaker emotionally resents not being able to stack Pringles because it doesn't have hands, but is interrupted when its asked to play "Funkytown" instead.
Smart speaker Amazon Echo "Not Everything Makes the Cut" A series of rejected ideas for Alexa-powered products are presented, including an electric toothbrush, a dog collar with bark recognition (which causes Harrison Ford's dog to repeatedly order dog food), hot tub (which triggers an extravagant water show when playing music), and space station (which causes an "incident" affecting electrical power worldwide).[200]
NFL NFL centennial season "The 100-Year Game" Marshawn Lynch tries to steal a slice of cake at a gala celebrating the NFL's 100th season, but knocks a football centerpiece off in the process—instigating a fight for the ball involving a cast of current and past players. The ad also features appearances by Sarah Thomas (the NFL's first female official), and video game streamer Ninja.[201][202][203]
Store Walmart Grocery Pickup "Famous Cars" A number of iconic vehicles from film and television visit a Walmart store to use its Grocery Pickup service. This ad originally premiered during the 2019 Golden Globe Awards.[204][205][206]
TV series The Handmaid's Tale season 3 (Hulu) N/A The ad opens with scenes and narration based on Ronald Reagan's "Morning in America" campaign advertisement, but is interrupted by violent scenes of the series' dystopian society.[207][208]
Hanna (Amazon Video) N/A Promo.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS) N/A A song and dance number promoting Stephen Colbert's special Late Show episode after the game is interrupted by "CBS Sports Breaking News", with James Brown informing viewers that "today is the Super Bowl". By the time the ad returns, the number had already ended.
The Twilight Zone (CBS All Access) N/A After a fake interruption of CBS's Super Bowl telecast, Jordan Peele addresses an empty Mercedes-Benz Stadium, asking viewers to question their reality.[209]
Video gaming Xbox Adaptive Controller "We All Win" Owen Sirmons, a child with Escobar syndrome, is able to play video games using Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller.[210][211][212]
Wireless T-Mobile "Dad?!" A father accidentally texts someone on searching to make eggplant parmigiana.[213]
"Mike" responds to a text message to what is actually a Lyft driver.[214]
"We'll Keep This Brief" A person texts to Cathy to check on her only to very long lengthy response about her day.[215]
"What's for Dinner?" In a conversation between the two, a person tries to figure out a response and while considering to eat between tacos and sushi.[216]


2020 (LIV)Edit

Product type Advertiser/product Title Plot/Notes
Beer Presidente "Never Left" Features Alex Rodriguez, co-owner and chairman of the brand, where he goes back to Miami where he grew up.
Car Audi e-tron Sportback "Let it Go" Maisie Williams is stuck in a traffic jam surrounded by old vehicles. Sings "Let It Go", as she passes by lowriders, a repair shop and a gas station, leaving the fossil-fuel world behind.[217]
Hyundai Sonata "Smaht Pahk" John Krasinski demonstrates the new Remote Smart Parking Assist feature of his Hyundai Sonata, which he refers to in a thick Boston accent as "smaht pahk". The ad also features appearances by fellow Bostonians Rachel Dratch, Chris Evans, and Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz.[218]
Genesis GV80 "Going Away Party" Chrissy Teigen throws a "going-away party" for "old luxury", in favor of "young luxury", symbolized by John Legend and a Genesis GV80.[219]
GMC Hummer EV "Quiet Revolution" Several scenes teasing aspects of the electric truck are followed by similar scenes in absolute silence, concluding with LeBron James sinking a slam dunk that smashes the backboard glass.[220]
Jeep Gladiator "Groundhog Day" Bill Murray reprises Groundhog Day, and goes on outdoor adventures in a Jeep Gladiator.[221]
Kia Seltos "Tough Never Quits" Rookie Josh Jacobs returns to his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma offering advice and inspiration to his younger self to overcome the challenges he faced on his path to the NFL.[222]
Toyota Highlander "Heroes" Driving a Toyota Highlander, Cobie Smulders saves the day in various movie tropes including a biological disaster, a western and an alien invasion with room to spare.[223]
Porsche Taycan "The Heist" Security professionals are alerted when the Porsche Taycan is stolen from an exhibit at the Porsche museum; in the ensuing chase numerous vehicles are used such as a 911 Carrera S, a 917 K and a 918 Spyder.[224]
Film Black Widow Trailer
The Invisible Man
Minions: The Rise of Gru
Top Gun: Maverick
Food Doritos "The Cool Ranch" Lil Nas X and Sam Elliott participate in a dance showdown to "Old Town Road".[225]
Planters "Tribute" Following his death in a previous ad, Mr. Peanut returns to life as a newborn child after the Kool-Aid Man's tears drip onto his grave.[226][227]
Pop-Tarts Pretzel "Pop-Tarts Fixed the Pretzel" Jonathan Van Ness serves as spokesperson for Pop-Tarts Pretzel, promoting it as an alternative to "boring" pretzels[228]
Pringles Morty Smith enthusiastically enters the living room to promote various Pringles products, prompting Rick Sanchez to expose him as a robot, and realize he is trapped in a Pringles commercial.[229]
Laundry detergent, beer, TV series Tide Power Pods, Bud Light, The Masked Singer #LaundryLater" Charlie Day accidentally stains his shirt while watching the Super Bowl, leading him to contemplate when he should clean it now or later (such as during the halftime show, or the season premiere of The Masked Singer after the game on Fox).[230]
Laundry detergent, beer Tide Power Pods, Bud Light "Bud Knight Now, #LaundryLater" Charlie Day encounters the Bud Knight, wondering if his time period constitutes "later". However, it is actually 1436, and he is also ridiculed for the stain.
Laundry detergent, film Tide Power Pods, Wonder Woman 1984 "Wonder Woman Now, #LaundryLater"
Laundry detergent Tide Power Pods "Finally Later, #LaundryLater" An elderly Charlie Day finally cleans his shirt, only for someone to stain it again with ice cream.
TV series WandaVision, Loki, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+) Promo.
Website Facebook "Ready to Rock" A series of Facebook groups containing the word "rock" are showcased, including cameos by Chris Rock and Sylvester Stallone.[231]
Google "Loretta" An elderly widower uses the Google Assistant to save and recall memories of his wife.[232][233]

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Product type Advertiser/product Title Plot/Notes
Alcohol Anheuser-Busch "Let's Grab a Beer" Displays various scenes of different social interactions of people getting a beer as the narrator explains the social meaning of grabbing a beer.[234]
Bud Light "Legends" In a parody of The Avengers, a number of characters and spokespeople from past Bud Light commercials help a truck driver help right his overturned truck, and get the spilled boxes of Bud Light back in his truck to deliver them to a store that had run out of stock.[234]
Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade "Last Year's Lemons" At a party, a group of partygoers discuss how 2020 was a "lemon of a year", accentuated by a montage of human society being ruined by actual lemons raining from the sky.[234]
Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer "All-Star Cast"
Beverage Oatly "Wow No Cow" Toni Petersson, the CEO of Oatly, sings a jingle in the middle of a oat field. The ad was originally aired in Sweden (where Oatly was based) back in 2014 which was banned for using the phrase "Milk, but made for humans." due to a lawsuit from the Swedish dairy lobby LRF Mjölk.[235][236][234][237]
Car Cadillac Lyriq "ScissorHandsFree" Edward Scissorhands' son Edgar (Timothée Chalamet) discovers hands-free driving on the new Cadillac Lyriq, easing his ability to drive despite having scissors for hands [234]
General Motors (featuring the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer EV) "No Way Norway" Jealous that more electric vehicles are sold per-capita in Norway than the United States, Will Ferrell embarks on a voyage there by barge to showcase General Motors' new electric vehicles (with the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer EV in this ad). However, two of his friends, Kenan Thompson and Awkwafina, wind up in Finland, and Ferrell finds himself in Sweden instead.[234]
Jeep "The Middle" Bruce Springsteen drives on his Jeep to head to U.S. Center Chapel in Kansas while narrating a sense of being connected.[234]
Toyota "Upstream" American Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long swims in open waters featuring scenes of her life story, with a dramatized recreation of a phone call playing where her would-be adoptive parents are informed by an adoption agency that her lower legs would need to be amputated due to a rare medical condition, which the adopting parents fully accept.[234]
Car accessories WeatherTech "Family" Employees from the company explain how they love their work at WeatherTech[234]
"We Never Left" Shows employees from the company telling that coming back didn't make any sense because they never left.[234]
Electronics Logitech "Defy Logic" Lil Nas X narrates a montage of people utilizing various Logitech products to "defy expectations".[234]
Employment website Indeed "The Rising" Shows people from all walks of life applying for new jobs while also experiencing many of the hardships they endured from loss of employment to starting a new life over.[234]
Film Coming 2 America TV promo.[238]
F9 TV promo.[238]
Nobody TV promo.[238]
Old TV promo.[238]
Raya and the Last Dragon TV promo.[238]
Freelance services Fiverr Opportunity Knocks" Four Seasons Total Landscaping expands into a cavernous "press venue".[234]
Insurance CURE Auto Insurance "Whip it Out"
Laundry detergent Tide "The Jason Alexander Hoodie" A mother tells her teenage son that his favorite hoodie, featuring the face of Jason Alexander printed on the front, should finally be washed. A montage shows Alexander's face on the hoodie negatively reacting to moments of everyday abuse. The boy also encounters the real Alexander, who demands the boy to "give [him] back [his] face." The ad features "Theme from The Greatest American Hero (Believe It or Not)" throughout, which was notably parodied by Alexander as his Seinfeld character George Costanza in the episode "The Susie".[234]
Online food ordering DoorDash "The Neighborhood" Daveed Diggs meets up with Big Bird from Sesame Street and shows the kinds of things that can get delivered from the neighborhood.[234]
Uber Eats "Wayne’s World & Cardi B’s Shameless Manipulation" Cardi B appears on Wayne's World as part of a segment encouraging viewers to eat at locally owned restaurants. Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) and Garth Algar (Dana Carvey) promise that they would not rely on recent trends, subliminal messages, manipulative tactics, or celebrity cameos as part of their campaign, but proceed to do so anyway.[234]
Restaurant Chipotle Mexican Grill "Can a Burrito Change the World?" A boy asks how a burrito could change the world.[234]
Smart speaker Amazon Echo "Alexa's Body" A woman says that a fourth generation Echo Dot has the perfect body for Alexa until she sees a bus with an ad for the Amazon Original film Without Remorse starring Michael B. Jordan, causing her to daydream of having Jordan himself be her Alexa assistant, much to the chagrin of her fiancé.[234]
Space Mission Inspiration4 (Operated by SpaceX and Shift4Shop with corporation of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital) "Join Us" A close up of SpaceX's Space suit is shown (with views of the Earth in the reflection at the end) as the narrator announces Inspiration4, an all-civilian space mission.[234]
TV series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (Disney+) TV trailer.[238]
Streaming service Paramount+ "Sweet Victory" A cast of characters and personalities from various ViacomCBS franchises complete their trip to their "new home" of Mount Paramount.[239]
Website Squarespace "5 to 9" Dolly Parton reworks her song "9 to 5" to salute side jobs.[234]
Wireless T-Mobile "Family Drama" Anthony Anderson along with his mother, Doris Hancox, invited along with family and friends to play some football while many of his relatives and friends watch the game unfold.[234]
"Rockstar 5G" Over a video call, Gwen Stefani asks Adam Levine to set her up on a blind date with someone who is "completely different", from another country, "cultured", and "not threatened by a strong, confident woman". However, Levine's poor wireless signal causes him to only hear the words "completely country", "uncultured", and "threatened by a strong confident woman", so he sets Stefani up with Blake Shelton instead.[234] A similar ad was also made by T-Mobile with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski but it was banned, although it was rumored to be to protect the official sponsorship rights from Verizon Wireless. The other ad was seen online instead.[240][241]
Verizon Wireless "Can’t Blame the Lag" Speaking to a crowd of players in an online video game, Samuel L. Jackson tells them to stop blaming network lag as an excuse for their poor performance, and use Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband with low latency instead. Offended by being called out for making excuses, JuJu Smith-Schuster rides in on a giant fish that eats Jackson.[234]

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