Super Bowl Ads: Which One Was Your Fave?

A handful of ads got a lot of attention

Well before Super Bowl XLVI's kickoff Sunday evening, fans speculated about what might be the best big game commercials.

One ad that got a lot of buzz was entitled "Bueller, Bueller," having Matthew Broderick reprising his role as Ferris Bueller for Honda. Get a 10-second peek by going here.

Another ad getting a lot of attention has been dubbed "The Dark Side" and features a whole bunch of pretty cute dogs barking out a pitch for Volkswagen. In addition, Elton John also will appear in a much-anticipated Pepsi ad during the Super Bowl alongside “X Factor” winner Melanie Amaro.

Meanwhile, Coke plans to roll out something completely different this year. By going here, you can watch the animated polar bears react to the Super Bowl itself, the ads, and even the halftime show. In addition, there were some Coke executives on the air talking about which of two different commercials they should air.

Overall, ads this year were expected to be longer with one ad for Audi scheduled to last a full 60 seconds.

And they were expected to make better use of smartphones and other technology by encouraging viewers to use their phones and iPads to make purchases and even to enter contests during the game.

This year, a 30-second commercial slot cost businesses $3.5 million on average, compared with $3 million last year.

This year's Super Bowl took place in Indianapolis, with the New York Giants beating the New England Patriots to win the National Football League Championship. An expected 100 million people were expected to view the game, which is among a falling number of TV events that are still able to attract massive audiences.

Let us know what you think are the best ads in the comments section below. For a look at some of the ads, go here.

Kim E February 06, 2012 at 09:43 PM
I agree!
John Hayes February 06, 2012 at 10:35 PM
For once, the game was better than the commercials. Bud Light Platinum?
John Hayes February 06, 2012 at 10:35 PM
Apparently animal "rights" activists were offended.
Rick February 06, 2012 at 11:15 PM
Actually, Bud Lite and beer all in the same sentence is an oxymoron
Rick February 06, 2012 at 11:22 PM
I assume you mean the "post apocalyptic" Chevy Truck ad where the guy offers his fellow survivors a Twinkie.


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