Top Eight Best Super Bowl Ads to Remember

Eva Lawson, Staff Writer

  The Super Bowl is a huge part of American culture for football and non-football fans alike. Drawing in an average of 47.2 million viewers the Super Bowl is one of the most watched sporting events in the world. However, football isn’t the only thing people are watching for in the Super Bowl. The halftime show has become a huge thing to look forward to in the Super Bowl. The halftime show features famous artists and it varies in style of music every year. Another thing that people watch the Super Bowl for is the commercials. Brands and companies every year come up with amazing and impressive commercials whether they are aesthetically pleasing or comedic they always seem to hit the spot every year. Looking back on years past we will look at the top ten best Super Bowl ads:

  #8: State Farm: Drake from State Farm (2021)- a star studded cast with State Farms original Jake from State farm, Paul Rudd, Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, and Drake as a Jake from State Farm doppelganger. 

  #7: Coca-Cola: Ant Man vs. Hulk (2018)- Coca-Cola’s ad featuring a battle between the small and the big fighting for a refreshing drink. 

  #6: Mountain Dew: Puppy Monkey Baby (2016)- an outside of the box commercial that brought in all things the regular public finds harmless; a puppy, a monkey, and a baby. 

  #5: Hormel Foods: My Pepperona (2016)- One man band Alex Meixer jams out to the Hormel Pepperoni theme song. 

  #4: Planters: Baby Nut (2020)- After Mr. Peanut dies in a previous ad, Baby Peanut is reborn after the Kool Aid man cries on his grave. 

  #3: Tide: It’s a Tide Ad (2018)- Featuring David Harbour tide pulls in all different types of ads and adds a comedic side to it making all ads tide ads. 

  #2: Volkswagen: The Force (2012)- One of the most shared Super Bowl ads of all time with over 50 million views Volkswagen brings “the force” to life for a young Star Wars fan. 

  #1: Snickers: Betty White (2010)- This ad, featuring famous actress Betty White, is the birth of the iconic Snickers line “You’re not you when you’re hungry”.