Super Bowl is one of the biggest game shows on earth. The Super Bowl not only carries entertainment about the games but also it does hold publicizing other businesses. Advertising is seen as paramount in the show which leads to selling products of other businesses. Here we will take a look at the top 10 greatest Super Bowl Commercial of all time.
I’d Like To Buy the World a Coke, Coca-Cola (1971)
“I’d Like To Buy the World a Coke” was not only regarded as the most iconic Super Bowl commercials of all time, this one is also regarded as the best advertisement of the Coca-Cola that ever made. The ad was taken the attention of people in a large number when its tune was recorded later by the New Seekers and The Hillside Singers and officially released as a full song which had become a hit record in both the US and UK.
Up for Whatever, Budweiser (2014)
Budweiser ad was so popular. However, this ad was starting with a man who has been given a beer, but with a condition that he must have to go with them on an epic journey. However, as the journey began, he had enjoyed with epic music with some of that girl’s friends. Later he started playing table tennis with Schwarzenegger. When using the elevator, a llama and all other people were there together. That ad went viral and drew the attention of millions of people.
1984, Apple (1984)
This ad had successfully drawn the attention of millions. The major theme underlying this ad was Steve Jobs was capable of taking the company on its way toward success with his steady confident and brave.
Hey Kid, Catch, Coca-Cola (1979)
This ad was about a nine-year-old kid saying Mr. Green do you want my Coca Cola. Mr. Green replied no, it’s okay. The kid then replied it’s not a problem you can have it. Mr. Green had it all and smiled back at the kid. This ad was so popular and viewed by millions of people.
Secret Society, Avocados From Mexico (2017)
Avocados From Mexico made that Secret Society ad in 2017. This ad meant that a group of people who wished to keep their society in secret. Group members started talking from different angles. However, this ad is a bit funny when they eat together and hearing sound that something was coming towards them.
Whassup, Budweiser (1999)
This Budweiser ad was quite funny. There was a group of friends who called each other and said “Whassup” over the phone. This was one of the best-viewed ads from 1999.
Crazy Legs, Levi’s (2002)
Levi’s Crazy Legs was one of the most popular ads from 2002. However, the ad began with a man who wore a jean that made him comfortable dancing crazy.
Baby, E-Trade (2008)
E-Trade Baby ad, where it showed a baby was talking with the voice of a matured man. E-Trade’s ad encouraged viewers to open accounts with them which said at the last scene saying “1000 new accounts day”.
Cindy Crawford, Pepsi (1992)
Pepsi this ad was so remarkable. A young lady who parked a car and got off from the car to have a Pepsi can. When she inserted a coin to get a Pepsi can, some young boys were looking at the Pepsi can. This ad was seen by millions of people. For outstanding ad, Pepsi re-created it as an homage of sorts decades later.
Puppy Love, Budweiser (2014)
Budweiser’s Puppy Love was one of the best ads that most people viewed. The background music was taken from the “Let Her Go” by the Passenger. A puppy had a friendship with horses. The people who were around didn’t understand it before it appeared to them. When the man took the puppy with him the horses ran over there and showed that they are friends of the puppy.
The above 10 ads are the most-viewed ads and which were the Super Bowl commercial ads. However, these 10 ads were so famous for promoting the products on the Super Bowl.