The Super Bowl is finally here. Today, the NFL will crown either the New England Patriots or the Atlanta Falcons as the champions for the 2016-2017 season. Millions of fans will watch the game - while millions will also hang around during the breaks in the action to watch the commercials.
This year, a 30-second ad cost about $5 million.
Here are some of the already released commercials for this year’s game, including some that are extended cuts of the version that will actually air during the game:
(No puppies? Really?!?)
Part I and II:
They also have an alternate ending version of the first spot:
And more, which are all listed as “Part III”
Tiffany & Co.
They make the Lombardi Trophy - and now Super Bowl commercials too.
Kentucky Fried Chicken
There can be only one…at a time…and this is that time...well, Sunday will be that time. Time isn’t the issue here. Stop worrying about time. pic.twitter.com/QI4g6PvFvm— KFC (@kfc) January 31, 2017
Avocados from Mexico
Snickers is planning to do a live commercial during the Super Bowl, so they have a teaser for it.
Yellow Tail Wine
Life WTR (Pepsi)
Hyundai is filming their ad during the Super Bowl, with it scheduled to air immediately after the game. According to adage.com, they are shooting their commercial overseas on a military base and will set up a virtual Super Bowl experience for military members to get an experience of actually being in the crowd. They released a couple of teasers for the ad, using Mike Singletary and Joe Montana to hype it.
They released four teasers of the ad before getting to the actual commercial:
Mercedes also went with the teasers before the main commercial:
The full commercial:
They have released a teaser for their ad:
Wendy’s also has an “Othr Guyz LLC” commercial:
Evony: The King’s Return
World of Tanks
This ad actually was rejected by the NFL a few days ago. The league has GNC on their banned list due to supplements which are available in their stores that could cause positive drug tests for their players. It seems like a reasonable reason for them to reject the ad - keeping a consistent message.