Super Bowl 2016 commercial – 4

All Super Bowl 2016 commercials are in one place. If you have missed them during the game, watch all of them here. Sit back and enjoy!

Bai (Rookie)

This may be the least famous brand to brave the Super Bowl stage, but the makers of this anti-oxidating drink are hoping that after their Super Bowl ad, everyone in America will recognize their brand. Bai is made from the coffee-fruit but has no caffeine. Instead, it boasts tons of antioxidants and just 5 calories. The Bai Super Bowl commercial is meant to promote the drink’s “None of this makes sense” campaign And it does.  Pretty fitting, given that spending $5 mil on this lame 30-second ad doesn’t quite make sense, does it?

Watch the 2016 Bai Super Bowl commercial:


Got the Munchies?

Food companies (especially junk food ones) always love to advertise on America’s biggest stage. And it’s no wonder why! The Super Bowl is second only to Thanksgiving in food consumption! Here’s a look at what’s on the ad menu for this year’s Super Bowl Sunday.

Doritos

The famous orange chip company held their 10th and final rendition of the Crash the Super Bowl contest. They once again invited fans across the world to create their own Super Bowl commercials and a chance to win $1 million. Of the 3 finalists, two of the ads were aired during the Big Game. 

Peter Carstairs’ ad, called “Ultrasound,” was our favorite.

The second Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest winner was Jacob Chase. He created “Doritos Dogs.”

Taco Bell

While their food may be Mexican, this very American brand purchased a 30-second ad spot in the first quarter of Super Bowl 50. They used the spot to hype up a brand new “surprise” menu item. While the fanfare was great, the ad itself wasn’t all that exciting. We still haven’t tasted the quesalupa, but we’ll admit the ad did make us a tad curious. (We weren’t among the Taco Bell fans who fell for the gimmick of pre-ordering the mystery item from Taco Bell’s very unusual website – that’s right, you could actually buy the item without having any clue what it is!)

Before the Big Game, the chain released three teasers to get us excited about the Taco Bell 2016 Super Bowl ad – and their new menu item.

Skittles

Sophomore Super Bowl advertisers and Marshawn Lynch’s favorite candy,  Skittles is back with a Big Game commercial starring Aerosmith’s own Steven Tyler. Rather than chowing down on the Skittles, however, Tyler has a sing-off with his very own self-portrait, made entirely out of the little rainbow colored candies. Creative, fun and delicious! We love it!

Meanwhile, the folks at Skittles are also very focused on the weather! They have NFL players Luke Kuechly and DeMarcus Ware taking over for weatherman and predicting the Game Day forecast. If they can be believed – there’s sure to be a rainbow over Levi’s Stadium.

Snickers

Snickers has expectations high for their single, 30-seconds of ad time in Super Bowl 2016! It again uses the tagline, “You’re not you when you’re hungry,” but this year the Snickers Super Bowl ad has brought Marilyn Monroe back from the past! The problem is, she’s so hungry, she looks just a bit like Willem Dafoe.

Avocados from Mexico

While they may be the healthiest Super Bowl advertiser, Avocados from Mexico is quickly positioning themselves as a Big Game regular. After all, what would a Super Bowl party be without a big bowl of guac? The company will use their 30-seconds of airtime during the first commercial break of the game to remind us that avocados are “Always There,” available in your local supermarket, 365 days a year.

The thing is, they did it in one really strange Super Bowl commercial. The Avocados from Mexico commercial includes a cameo from Happy Day’s star, Scott Baio, a scene with a Rubik’s Cube and some strange looking futuristic aliens. Spoiler alert: There’s even an alien murder.

Watch #AvosInSpace here and see if it inspires you to make some guacamole. Better yet, see if you can figure out what on earth (or in space) it has to do with avocados:

Butterfinger

Butterfinger caught our attention early on with a big announcement about their participation in Super Bowl 50. Using the hashtag #BolderThanBold, the crunchy, sweet candy announced that they purchased a 30-second ad during the 3rd quarter of the Big Game. Even more exciting is the fact that Armando Bo, co-writer of the movie “Birdman,” directed the spot!

As promised, their Super Bowl spot was “bold” and full of silly antics.

Heinz

Heinz makes something other than ketchup? Who knew? Well – after the 2016 Heinz Super Bowl commercial, the famous tomato fans are hoping that everyone will! While Heinz sat out the last two Super Bowls, they have snatched up a 30-second ad spot in Super Bowl 50. And since Budweiser’s 2016 Super Bowl commercial has no puppies, Heinz decided to take up where they left off! Our favorite furry friends play a starring role in the ad!

Using the tagline #MeetTheKetchups, the Heinz Big Game ad is meant to introduce us to their full line of condiments. They do it in an ad that, while a bit strange, is also really quite lovable. Maybe its those cute puppies!

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