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The Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time - Giveaway

The Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time - Giveaway

You might not remember which Teams played, or who won- but the most outstanding Super Bowl ads are almost stamped in your memory. They made us laugh, think, or cry, and sometimes they're even better than the game itself!  Feb 2nd is that one day of the year we'll be looking forward to the ads even more than the action!

We've rounded up 6 of our all-time favorites for you to enjoy. And if you comment below to let us know which one of these, or any other, is your all-time favorite - you'll be automatically entered to win a $100 Subway Gift Card!

 It's been called the ad that launched the Technology  Revolution, a 'watershed event' in the history of media,  and the commercial that changed our culture forever.  Here's an  inside look at Steve Jobs as he takes Apple  employees through the debut of '1984.'

 A pint-sized Darth Vader struggles to unleash his inner Jedi- until Dad comes to the rescue! "TheForce" with 56 million hits, went viral instantly as online audiences prompted advertisers to create shareable ads that will live on after Super Bowl Sunday.
 Kids stare directly into the camera and share their  future  dreams- but instead of 'Astronaut' or 'Fireman'  we hear "I want to be a brown nose, climb my way to  middle-management, be underappreciated!" Monster  tapped into career ennui in 1999's "When I Grow Up."

  In this classic, McDonald's combined the star power of  two NBA legends-Michael Jordan & Larry Bird-going head  to head in a hilarious game of b'ball Horse. The shots go  from tough to absurd, yet they keep making buckets!  Here's 'The Showdown' from 1993.

 In perhaps the most impactful ad of all-time, a team of  Clydesdales makes its way across the snowy country  to New York City, where the horses dip their heads &  bow before the empty skyline after Sept.11th. Bud's  "We'll Never Forget" aired only once & used no words.

 Topping just about every list of Best Ads Ever & winner of  the 1980 Clio Advertising Award is the iconic 'Have A  Coke and a Smile.' A child gives the injured 'Mean Joe  Greene' a coke, prompting him to smile and toss his team jersey to the kid. It's been melting hearts ever since!

What do you think is the best Super Bowl ad that ever aired? Enter to win a $100 Subway Gift Card by commenting below by February 1st, and we hope you enjoy this year's Super Bowl!

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  • daholte By daholte
    01.23.14  

    Budweiser 9/11 tribute - still makes me tear up

  • Irene1975 By Irene1975
    01.23.14  

    Budweiser 911 tribute; no words needed to make an impact!

  • jules79 By jules79
    01.23.14  

    The Budweiser 9-11 Tribute commercial is my favorite!

  • 4lbookblogger By 4lbookblogger
    01.23.14  

    The Budweiser 9/11 ad was amazing, but I also loved the "farmer" ad from last year. Was it Dodge?

  • Syzia88 By Syzia88
    01.23.14  

    Budweiser commercial is my favorite! :D

  • blesstheirheartsmom By blesstheirheartsmom
    01.23.14  

    def the force, but budweiser 9/11 super close behind!

  • Magen93 By Magen93
    01.23.14  

    Mean Joe green And Coke!

  • dextersprincess1 By dextersprincess1
    01.23.14  

    when i grow up one

  • alissaenders By alissaenders
    01.23.14  

    The force.

  • bloubeck By bloubeck
    01.23.14  

    The Force Volkswagen commercial is my favorite

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