If you missed the Super Bowl and especially the commercials, we bring you our favorite Super Bowl LVIII commercials.
Aside from the fact that the Super Bowl is the championship game of the National Football League, it is the marketing championship of virtually every company. The commercials have become as anticipated as the game and every company plans this day all year round. According to CBS News, the list price for an ad during this year’s Super Bowl was around $7 million. The price to run an ad is not cheap and companies spend an equal amount, if not more, for the few seconds of visuals we see.
Perhaps the most creative marketing came from DoorDash, which is running a contest to give away all the products featured in the Super Bowl LVIII ads. Visit DoorDash-all-the-ads.com and enter the secret code for your chance to win. We could give you the code but what’s the fun in that?
That being said, it’s only fitting that we list our favorite big game commercials.
The best commercials from Super Bowl LVIII
Beyoncé and Verizon
Perhaps the most talked about AD is Verizon’s and for good reason. Not only was Beyoncé present, but she spoke to us more than usual. She even announced that ACT II of her trilogy was on the way and released two new songs. The AD was a work of art featuring multiple versions of Bey and multiple outfit changes.
Ben Affleck, Jack Harlow, Tom Brady and Matt Damon x Dunkin
Ben Affleck and Dunkin’ teamed up for another Super Bowl spot and this time rounded up the Avengers from his rolodex for a chance to be featured on J. Lo’s album. Jack Harlow, Tom Brady, Matt Damon and more join Ben in his new group.
HelloFresh x Keke Palmer
Keke Palmer attacks the pizza delivery man to prove HelloFresh is the better option than takeaway. She even stays for a nightcap and wakes the client up with breakfast in bed.
Cardi B x NYX Cosmetics
Cardi B caused chaos at her Super Bowl AD by saying “Duck Plumper,” which several men heard differently and ended up in the emergency room. “It’s for your lips” is the tagline promoting NYX’s latest offering.
Christopher Walken and Usher x BMW
BMW’s ad focuses on the long career of Christopher Walken who finds himself in a restaurant with Ushers and wonders why he’s not at the Super Bowl.
Frozen Spice x Starry
Ice Spice enjoyed a refreshing Starry in her Super Bowl commercial while her ex-man tried to get her back.
Terrell Owens and Scarlett Johansson x M&M
M&M could have made the funniest commercial of the night with the “almost champion comfort ring.” They created a ring for your favorite players who never won a Super Bowl.
The ring was made in real life by famous jeweler Ben Baller. The ad even features Scarlett Johansson pointing out that she missed the Oscar races and deserves some hardware.
Kanye West x YEEZY
Kanye West had the biggest Kanye Super Bowl AD with him, talking about how he spent all the money on the AD. His big announcement was that everything on Yeezy.com cost $20, yes even the shoes. It was a full circle for the rapper who promised affordable clothing years ago.
Shannon Sharpe & Martin Lawrence x Oiko Yogurt
Oiko has spent most of the year being one of dozens of brands that Deion Sanders promotes without saying anything specific to that brand. This time they took a different route with Shannon Sharpe and Martin Lawrence showing us how the product makes you stronger.
“Javier in the frame” x Google
The most moving commercial of the evening was Google presenting its new features using a visually impaired man. In the AD, the phone tells him when people are in the frame by saying that two people are in the frame. It ends with the birth of her child and the announcement of three people in the frame.
Tony Romo and Mr. T x Skechers
Did you know that the sneaker brand Skechers doesn’t have a “T” in its name? Well, Tony Romo and Mr. T teamed up for their Super Bowl AD to remind everyone.
Arnold Schwarzenegger x State Farm
Arnold becomes a full-fledged superhero but can’t figure out the “neighbor” part, so Danny DeVito is hired to help him.
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