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10 Best Commercials from Super Bowl 50

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February 08, 2016 · 3k Views


Every year without fail, the Super Bowl is a highly anticipated event. For some, it's all about watching an NFL champion be crowned in an intense football game. For others, it's about eating pounds of food and spending time with family and friends. Some people couldn't care less about football, and just watch for the halftime show. However, one thing that everyone can agree on about the Super Bowl, is that the commercials are usually entertaining.

This year's commercials cost companies $5 million dollars for 30 seconds of airtime, which is the highest in history (breaking last year's mark of $4.5 million). While some critics and viewers were left unimpressed, others felt the commercials were a big win.

Here are some of our favorites from Super Bowl 50:

T-Mobile pulled out all the stops, recruiting celebrities Drake and Steve Harvey, to bash the other cell phone networks.

Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer stood in as politicians promoting Bud Light

What's better than a stampede of adorable weiner dogs?

This was the weirdest commercial hands down....but it did combine three great things into one.

Doritos has become a yearly lock for hilarious commercials, and this year was no exception.

Because singing about when your parents conceived you is completely normal, right?

Kevin Hart is the ultimate overprotective Dad.

This one will leaving you feeling all fuzzy inside.

Honorable mention: Buick and Odell Beckham Jr.

This one was geared towards true football fans, as it depicted wedding guest Emily Ratajkowski replicating the biggest catch of the 2015 season, made by Odell Beckham Jr.


There you have it, 10 of the best commercials from Super Bowl 50. Did we forget your favorite? Let us know in the comments section! Also, be sure to check out all the best coupons and deals, updated daily on DealsPlus!

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A lifelong Bay Area native, Matt Spillar graduated in 2013 from Fresno State with a Sports Marketing degree. He strives to combine his passion for sports marketing along with his interests in finance and budgeting. In his spare time, he writes for his personal blog, spillsspot.com

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