One more year added! Forty-THREE, FORTY-THREE! 43 years of super bowl ads!
Welcome to the worlds largest archive of superbowl commercials. In some years all the regional ads are included as well, but "banned ads" that claim to have been rejected from the superbowl are not. If it aired nationally during the superbowl, it's included. We now have 43 out of the 47 super bowl years, making this the worlds largest collection of super bowl ads. You're welcome!
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Top 24 best rated ads between 2000 and 2009. Your vote affects the list as it's amount of votes & score based.
-05 xxxix was a star-studded gala, from Burt Reynolds to Poppin' Fresh, we were bombarded by stars and icons shilling everything from beer to countertops. We also saw fewer animals, though the ones in the ads almost got themselves killed. Male intuition was shown in a Heineken ad, and everyone raised their glasses to it.
-04 XXXVIII Was another banner year for animals in the ads as well with a donkey, two ads with horses, two ads with dogs, two ads with bears, chimps, monkeys, and elephants. Plus, a man acting like a wolf, and the famous Muppet animals. It was a zoo this year! Well, apart from "Jenkins" the alien.
-91 XXV Nike told us there is no finish line and became "just do with" with all of America, The Go-Go's asked if those were bugle Boy jeans, and Ray Charles had a hard time finding the right "uh-huh" girls.
-80 XIV Mean Joe Green turns out to be nice, Orson Welles sold Paul Masson, here's his sober outtake, and Gillette tested the thickness of their foam in silly ways, like by dipping bikiniclad ladies in it.
Gillette made their finest ad ever, while talking about the technical abilities of the techmatic, meanwhile some guy acts a little stoned as he sees mint grow in his foam and Mott's predicts genetic modification mutant fruit. (32 total)