Super Bowl XLIX is this Sunday and fans are already buzzing about the commercials, most notably from Budweiser, Go Daddy and T-Mobile.
Consumer Press has all the information videos for each of these spots to give you an early look at what to expect.
Everyone’s favorite duo from last year’s Super Bowl spot, the Clydesdale and the puppy are back in another tear-jerker (Budweiser should go into partnership with Kleenex).
This time puppy and horse are separated when the puppy accidentally gets on a horse trailer. As The Proclaimers I’m Gonna Be plays the puppy starts on his long journey back home.
This should be another instant classic in Super Bowl ad history.
Go Daddy has always had some controversy surrounding their ads (which many viewed as too promiscuous), which always caused a buzz but this year they took it to a whole new level.
Following in the steps of Budweiser they also did a puppy finding it’s way home commercial, but in their ad the puppy doesn’t live happily ever after.
Instead, once it finds it’s way home the puppy’s owner sells it on the internet and ships it off. This caused a huge backlash as many see it as a promotion for inhumane dog breeding.
Go Daddy has since decided not to air it during the Super Bowl and pulled it from YouTube, but you can watch it here.
In one of the more clever Super Bowl ads Kim Kardashian, queen of the selfie (and self-promotion) pokes some fun of “herselfie” in this amusing spot.
In the ad she talks about everything you can see during the game- and of course it all revolves around Kim.
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