Super Bowl Commercials 2016: Best Ads during Super Bowl 50 going viral, watch the best ads here
Super Bowl is an entertainment package unlike any other sporting event. While the match is played between two great and very difficult teams, it is not the only source of entertainment.
Super Bowl halftime is much more entertaining occasion for the Hollywood and entertainment fans who want the first half of the match to be over quickly so that they are able to enjoy the half time show performances by their favorite artistes from Hollywood.
While the match was great and Denver Broncos surprised everyone with their stellar show against the favorite and much better side Carolina Panthers and beat them, the commercials added to its charm.
As it is the biggest sporting event in the US in any calendar year, every enterprise wants to advertise its products during the game and is ready to put the best foot forward. Advertisers came through with hysterical commercials during what’s sure to be the most-watched sporting event of the year, with innovation and some spot-on pop culture references creating serious buzz during and after the game.
It is needless to say that commercials cost during the Super Bowl has gone up brazenly high. A report by the USA Today’s Chris Woodyard suggests that a 30-second television spot for Super Bowl 50 cost upward of $5 million.
Drake and T-Mobile Make Magic
T-Mobile ad on the CBS was one of the best. The T-Mobile had partnered with Drake for commercial. While playing off of Drake’s smash hit “Hotline Bling,” which features the lyrics “You used to call me on my cell phone,” T-Mobile came out with a make believe behind-the-scenes look at how the rapper’s famed music video shoot could have turned out.
Heinz Hits Peak Cuteness
Heinz spun a magic with its Super Bowl 50 commercial. It is to state the obvious if one says that adorable dogs are a sure way into viewers’ hearts, and the condiment brand nailed this Super Bowl spot with a parade of dachshunds leaping into the arms of ketchup bottles.
Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen for Bud Light
Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen created sensation with the Super Bowl ad. People love good satire and it was simply superb. It’s an election year, which means political satire is seemingly everywhere. But despite the saturation, Bug Light hit this effort out of the park. Headlining a new political party, Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen reminded us of what’s importantâ€”like Paul Rudd.