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This article is a list of Super Bowl commercials, that is, commercials that aired on the television network during the broadcast of the Super Bowl. In 2010, Nielsen reported that 51% of viewers prefer the commercials to the game itself.[1] This does not include advertisements towards a local region or network (e.g. promoting local news shows), pre-kickoff and post-game commercials/sponsors, or in-game advertising sponsors and television bumpers.

Contents

  • 1 1960s
    • 1.1 1967 (I)
    • 1.2 1968 (II)
    • 1.3 1969 (III)
  • 2 1970s
    • 2.1 1970 (IV)
    • 2.2 1971 (V)
    • 2.3 1972 (VI)
    • 2.4 1973 (VII)
    • 2.5 1974 (VIII)
    • 2.6 1975 (IX)
    • 2.7 1976 (X)
    • 2.8 1977 (XI)
    • 2.9 1978 (XII)
    • 2.10 1979 (XIII)
  • 3 1980s
    • 3.1 1980 (XIV)
    • 3.2 1981 (XV)
    • 3.3 1982 (XVI)
    • 3.4 1983 (XVII)
    • 3.5 1984 (XVIII)
    • 3.6 1985 (XIX)
    • 3.7 1986 (XX)
    • 3.8 1987 (XXI)
    • 3.9 1988 (XXII)
    • 3.10 1989 (XXIII)
  • 4 1990s
    • 4.1 1990 (XXIV)
    • 4.2 1991 (XXV)
    • 4.3 1992 (XXVI)
    • 4.4 1993 (XXVII)
    • 4.5 1994 (XXVIII)
    • 4.6 1995 (XXIX)
    • 4.7 1996 (XXX)
    • 4.8 1997 (XXXI)
    • 4.9 1998 (XXXII)
    • 4.10 1999 (XXXIII)
  • 5 2000s
    • 5.1 2000 (XXXIV)
    • 5.2 2001 (XXXV)
    • 5.3 2002 (XXXVI)
    • 5.4 2003 (XXXVII)
    • 5.5 2004 (XXXVIII)
    • 5.6 2005 (XXXIX)
    • 5.7 2006 (XL)
    • 5.8 2007 (XLI)
    • 5.9 2008 (XLII)
    • 5.10 2009 (XLIII)
  • 6 2010s
    • 6.1 2010 (XLIV)
    • 6.2 2011 (XLV)
    • 6.3 2012 (XLVI)
    • 6.4 2013 (XLVII)
    • 6.5 2014 (XLVIII)
    • 6.6 2015 (XLIX)
    • 6.7 2016 (50)
    • 6.8 2017 (LI)
    • 6.9 2018 (LII)
    • 6.10 2019 (LIII)
  • 7 See also
  • 8 References

1960s[edit]

1967 (I)[edit]

1968 (II)[edit]

1969 (III)[edit]

1970s[edit]

1970 (IV)[edit]

1971 (V)[edit]

1972 (VI)[edit]

1973 (VII)[edit]

1974 (VIII)[edit]

1975 (IX)[edit]

1976 (X)[edit]

1977 (XI)[edit]

1978 (XII)[edit]

1979 (XIII)[edit]

1980s[edit]

1980 (XIV)[edit]

1981 (XV)[edit]

1982 (XVI)[edit]

1983 (XVII)[edit]

1984 (XVIII)[edit]

1985 (XIX)[edit]

1986 (XX)[edit]

1987 (XXI)[edit]

1988 (XXII)[edit]

1989 (XXIII)[edit]

1990s[edit]

1990 (XXIV)[edit]

1991 (XXV)[edit]

1992 (XXVI)[edit]

1993 (XXVII)[edit]

1994 (XXVIII)[edit]

1995 (XXIX)[edit]

1996 (XXX)[edit]

1997 (XXXI)[edit]

1998 (XXXII)[edit]

1999 (XXXIII)[edit]

2000s[edit]

2000 (XXXIV)[edit]

This year was known for its many commercials for websites, with 17 websites posing commercials. Many became defunct after the “dot-com Bowl.”

See also: Dot-com commercials during Super Bowl XXXIV

2001 (XXXV)[edit]

2002 (XXXVI)[edit]

2003 (XXXVII)[edit]

2004 (XXXVIII)[edit]

2005 (XXXIX)[edit]

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

2006 (XL)[edit]

2007 (XLI)[edit]

2008 (XLII)[edit]

2009 (XLIII)[edit]

2010s[edit]

2010 (XLIV)[edit]

2011 (XLV)[edit]

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

  • BMW
  • Bridgestone (2)
  • Brisk
  • Bud Light (2)
  • Budweiser (2)
  • CareerBuilder
  • CarMax (2)
  • Cars.com (2)
  • Coca-Cola (2)
  • Disney- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
  • Doritos (3)
  • E*Trade
  • GoDaddy
  • HomeAway
  • Hyundai
  • Kia
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Paramount Pictures
  • PepsiMax (3)
  • Relativity Media- Limitless
  • Skechers- “Kim Kardashian”
  • Snickers
  • Stella Artois
  • Teleflora- “Faith Hill”
  • Universal Pictures

2012 (XLVI)[edit]

  • Pete Hoekstra

2013 (XLVII)[edit]

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

2014 (XLVIII)[edit]

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

2015 (XLIX)[edit]

2016 (50)[edit]

2017 (LI)[edit]

2018 (LII)[edit]

2019 (LIII)[edit]

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

See also[edit]

  • Super Bowl advertising
  • USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter

References[edit]

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    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Super_Bowl_commercials