Not a big fan of football? That’s OK, you’re not alone. According to a survey by San Francisco ad agency Venables Bell & Partners, 78 percent of Americans look forward to Super Bowl commercials more than the game itself.
The Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos in Santa Clara California for Super Bowl 50 this Sunday. There will be 40-plus commercials that will air during the game, with 114 million people expected to tune in. Some ads even cost up to a record $5 million.
Whether you’re the kind of Super Bowl viewer that yells at the TV the entire game, or you just came for the beer and five-layer dip, you can’t deny, Sunday’s ads are the best of the year.
Check out some of our favorite ads that leaked before Sunday’s big game.
Leave it to Amy Schumer to make “caucus” a dirty word.
Helen Mirren tells it like it is! DUI offenders, viewer discretion is advised.
Budweiser is a Super Bowl ad veteran, but Shock Top makes its debut with a brutally hilarious bit of banter starring T.J. Miller.
Kevin Hart will go to scary lengths to keep an eye on his daughter on her first date.
These girls might need to see a psychiatrist.
Ever wonder what Willem Dafoe looked like in a dress? Neither did we.
Grandpa in the glass bottle and the toddler in a ketchup packet? Clever, but the wiener dogs stole the show.
Skittles continues its tradition of silliness with a singoff between Steven Tyler and his portrait. That really is a high note.
This star-studded lineup including T-Pain, Serena Williams and Tony Hawk challenges you to “defy labels.”
We’re not sure what they’re selling (you’re already watching the game, right?) but the Super Bowl Babies choir is quite clever. And it looks like Seal’s still got it.
Stay tuned, we’ll be adding more Super Bowl 50 commercials as they are released.
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