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Super Bowl 53 Commercials Preview: What to expect from this year’s ads

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 25: Budweiser Freedom Reserve Red Lager proudly sponsors Fleet Week at the Intrepid on May 25, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Budweiser)
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 25: Budweiser Freedom Reserve Red Lager proudly sponsors Fleet Week at the Intrepid on May 25, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Budweiser)
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Which company will have the best Super Bowl 53 commercials? Here is a sneak peek of this year’s top 2019 Super Bowl ads.

There are three types of Super Bowl fans. First, we have the one that is a diehard football fan and will do everything in their power to not throw objects at their brand 70-inch flat screen that they bought just to watch the big game.

Then we have the person who can careless about everything. They just want to get in on the amazing food and cold beer. Lastly, we have the person who can’t wait for the half time show and all of the hysterical commercials.

Did you know a 30-second Super Bowl commercial can run a company about $5.2 million? Industry leaders like Coca-Cola have even decided to not air an ad during this year’s Super Bowl.

Instead, Coke has chosen to run a 60-second commercial prior to the game, which could ultimately cost half of the price for a longer spot. But what about the companies that are going to run ads?

You don’t really have to wait until the Super Bowl to get a glimpse of what companies will offer us. Pepsi, Doritos, Devour, and several other companies have released a sneak peek of their Super Bowl commercials, and I have made them available to you. Without further ado, I introduce you to five of this year’s Super Bowl ads.

5. M&M’s

One of America’s favorite chocolate made it to the Super Bowl yet again. M&M’s has revealed a very common teaser in their Super Bowl ad.

The ad stars Christina Applegate who appears to be locked out of her car. She is talking to someone or something in the car, telling them to unlock the door.

After she realizes the unknown passenger isn’t going to open the door, she begins to shake the handle and kick the car. If you’ve ever locked your keys in your car, you know exactly how she feels.

Who or what is in the car? If I had to guess, I would say our favorite yellow peanut and red chocolate M&M characters. However, we just don’t know and will have to wait until February 3rd to find out.

Next: 4. FOR THE BOLD

4. Doritos

Doritos are normally known for their funny commercial ads. It’s actually not a Super Bowl without a Doritos commercial!

The past couple of years, they had a contest to create your own Super Bowl Doritos commercial. The winners commercial would be aired during the big game and the would receive prizes up to $1 million.

This year Doritos played it smart. They covered a wide age range with their commercial; Chance the Rapper and Back Street Boys in order to reach a larger target market.

The Backstreet Boys are trying to teach Chance the Rapper how to dance, and he is just not getting it. He tries to blame it on his pants, but it’s not his pants, it’s him. Although the teaser doesn’t show much, the Super Bowl commercial is bound to be funny and memorable.

Next: 3. Hungry? Devour!

3. Devour

Devour is a food company that has instant pasta bowls, frozen meals, and sandwiches. This frozen food company caters more to an adult crowd, but they definitely have kid-friendly meal options.

However, when they decided to create a Super Bowl ad, they weren’t thinking about being kid friendly. Rather, they focused their commercial on obtaining the attention of adults with food porn.

Although some critics found this commercial to be risky and inappropriate, others found it to be funny and original. Personally, I loved the commercial, and will probably have watched it 100 times by the time you read this.

It uses sexual innuendos combined with humor. Devour definitely will leave an impact on viewers, and will have consumers talking about their ad for weeks after the Super Bowl.

Next: 2. "The King of Beers"

2. Budweiser

Did you know that 325 million gallons of beer are consumed during the Super Bowl? That’s equal to everyone in the United States drinking a gallon of beer; children included.

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Not only are we consuming beer, but we’re also waiting for the beer commercials. You can always count on Budweiser to have funny ads during the Super Bowl.

Ironically, Budweisers teaser didn’t include humor. It was an advertisement about their new wind power production and operations.

Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind” is playing in the background, adding sentimental value and emotional appeal to the ad. Oh, and we can’t forget the adorable dog and the iconic Clydesdale horses.

Next: 1. "Pepsi, it's the cola"

1. Pepsi

Year after year Pepsi wows America with their Super Bowl commercials. Whether it’s Brittany Spears or Cindy Crawford, Pepsi always tries to include A-list celebrities when they can.

Pepsi hasn’t been very discreet about their Super Bowl ads this year. They have enlisted the help of Steve Carell, Lil Jon, and Cardi B.

They are in a diner, and Lil Jon is literally pouring soda for what seems to be forever, but not before giving us his infamous yeah! Pay attention to the cup, where does all of the soda go? It never overflows or bubbles.

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Steve Carell is hysterical and you can’t help but laugh. His laugh is contagious. Cardi B. is her flashy self. She has blinged out nails and a diamond-studded Pepsi can.

It doesn’t stop there. Michael Bule will be appearing in a Bubly Sparkling Water Pepsi commercial as well.

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