With Superbowl Sunday upon us, it only makes sense to look back at the 10 Best Superbowl Commercials of all time. The Superbowl is one of the most watched television broadcasts of the year and companies will pay up to $4.5 million for a 30-second ad!
Each year, companies will put out their best, most humorous, and most expensive advertisements on Superbowl Sunday, sometimes including surprise celebrity cameos.
Here’s our top 10 best Superbowl commercials of all time:
It’s no surprise that iconic model and actress Cindy Crawford’s 1992 Pepsi Super Bowl ad is considered one of the best of all time.
Sporting a classic white top and jeans, the ad has two young boys staring at Cindy while she drinks an ice cold Pepsi at a gas station.
Turns out the boys were dazzled by Pepsi’s new can design!
Boosting productivity has never been so fun…or scary!
Reebok’s series of short commercials helped shed some light on office politics in Super Bowl XXXVII!
In the ads, Terrible Terry Tate is hired “Office Linebacker” to boost productivity and avoid any slacking.
Terry was known for his trash-talking and sure-tackling!
Betty White tries to hold her own on the football field in Snicker’s 2010 Super Bowl commercial.
The commercial depicts a group of friends playing some backyard football.
Playing on the idea that you aren’t yourself when you’re hungry, the man in the ad is shown playing like an old lady—queue Betty’s sharp trash-talking abilities!
Old Spice made every man want to use their scent after releasing an online ad showing the perfect man addressing their wives during the Super Bowl!
The surprise of the commercial showing that this man is on a horse in a tropical location definitely increased the allure!
Pulling on people’s hearstrings, Volskwagen combines two things that everyone loves: Star Wars and kids!
In Super Bowl XLV, Volkswagen aired a commercial showing a young boy dressed up as Darth Vader, trying to use the force on items around his house!
Luckily enough, Dad can make his son’s dream come true using the remote start on his Volkswagen!
In 1999, Monster.com made an emotional commercials showing children talking about their future!
The ad made a point about choosing the right job that helps you follow your dreams!
McDonalds brings together two basketball legends for a game of HORSE to win a Big Mac.
Larry Bird and Micheal Jordan defy physics in this crazy 1993 commercial!
One of the most historic alcohol ad campaigns, this commercial has three loveable frogs spelling out Bud-Wei-Ser while perched on their lilies.
The end of the ad shows that they have been looking at a neon Budweiser sign the whole time!
This 1980 commercial has a young boy mustering up the courage to offer NFL legend ‘Mean’ Joe Green a Coke while he is limping off the field.
Joe thanks the kids after being refreshed by the Coke.
Apple’s marketing has always been a huge part of the company’s success.
Inspired by George Orwell’s famous novel, this commercial makes a point about conformity.
The ad plays more like a movie than a commercial!
Watch “1984” Apple ad here:
Here is a video describing and showing clips of all of these commercials: