Today is finally Super Bowl Sunday with the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos going head-to-head.
But that’s not the only competition today! Companies are competing to have the best commercial ads to air on Super Bowl Sunday! Let’s check out the early releases and previews, along with movie trailers!
A few companies decided to get a jump on the competition by releasing their commercial a tad early. Fox is reportedly raking in around $4 million for a 30 second ad so it’s no wonder some advertisers want to get a head start.
Here are a few of the most-anticipated Super Bowl ads. We can’t wait to see them all during the big game!
People oohed-and-aahhed over this precious Budweiser ad released earlier this week about a special friendship between a cute lab puppy and a Clydesdale horse. The commercial has already received over 33 million hits on YouTube alone.
Budweiser also released a touching ad “A Heroes Welcome”:
Cheerios debuted an adorable biracial little girl and her parents in an ad last year, which faced racist comments but mainly positive ones. They are back this year, with a little news.
CarMax “slow clap” (Human Version):
They amped up the cuteness factor with a puppy version:
Toyota’s Super Bowl ad stars NFL star Terry Crews pulling over in his Toyota Highlander to assist another driver, only it’s actually The Muppets!
Jaguar makes its Super Bowl commercial debut this Sunday and the car with British roots uses British villains – Sir Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong, and Tom Hiddleston to make an impression. The Jaguar F-Type coupe does too!
Axe normally does very sexual ads to promote their fragrance line, but their Super Bowl 2014 ad promotes “Make Love, Not War”.
Danica Patrick dons a muscle suit as she plays a body builder in GoDaddy’s Super Bowl ad.
Volkswagen’s new Super Bowl ad is based off of the “It’s a Wonderful Life” premise about getting wings at a certain point. In this ad, when a VW gets 100,000 miles, a German engineer gets his wings.
The Old Spice commercial is a tad creepy, but mother’s of sons can certainly relate.
Fans of the 90s sitcom “Full House” will enjoy the three main male characters from the show in this Dannon Oikos greek yogurt ad that features John Stamos.
Hyundai’s Super Bowl commercial “Dad’s Sixth Sense” is humorous and sweet. The ad focuses on fathers trying to protecting their children over the years, promoting Hyundai Genesis’ emergency breaking system.
H&M has a little some for all you ladies this year during the Super Bowl”, showcasing their underwear line with the sexy David Beckham.
Soda Stream features “Her” actress Scarlett Johansson talking about the health and environmental benefits of the soda maker.
Kia’s ad for their K900 luxury sedan has Laurence Fishburne reprising his “Matrix” role as Morpheus and shows off his opera skills.
Ellen DeGeneres stars in a new Beats Music app, playing a modern Goldilocks.
Audi’s Super Bowl ad goes with a dog commercial too, but it’s no cute, cuddly puppy! It’s a Doberhuahua, which is exactly what you are probably envisioning.
Bud Light’s “Ian Up For Whatever”:
Chevrolet posted one of its ads online on the Wednesday before the Super Bowl entitled “Romance”:
Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl ad is called “Going All the Way,” filmed in Green Bay and tells the story of an underdog high school football player named Adrian who overcomes the odds to score a touchdown.
Heinz Ketchup shows people banging Heinz bottles to get ketchup out, hoping the ad will “highlight the belief that when someone picks up a bottle of Heinz Ketchup, they’re triggering all the happy memories they’ve experienced over the years where Heinz was present.”
Squarespace brings all the horrors of browing the web to life before pitching their website platform.
T-Mobile shows off the advantages of having “no contract”, which features Tim Tebow.
Stephen Colbert stars in an ad for Pistachios for the campaign “Get Crackin'”:
Seinfeld come together again for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee:
There will also be several movie trailers during the Super Bowl.