Google, Amazon, Pepsi, Burger King and more touched down and scored points with their viewers as they have already spawned a buzz around with their Super Bowl 2019 Commercials.
Super Bowl 2019 is being hosted at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia. The 2018 telecast garnered over 100 million viewers which was a bit less than 2017’s 111.3 million viewers.
In 2018, a 30-second Super Bowl commercial spot cost around 5 million dollars. They are costing a grain more than that this year with an estimate of $5.1 million to $5.3 million, according to Bloomberg News. Which is fair money given the viewership of the event.
The ad spot prices have steadily increased from $3 million in 2010 to an estimate of $5.2 million in 2018. The price of the spot and the kind of viewership it gathers may be the reason, only the ones from the top-notch make it.
Pepsi’s advert featuring Lil Jon, Steve Carell & Cardi B was more than Okay, it was Okurrr..! Bumble’s ad was just like the person starring in it, an inspiration.
Google’s ad restores our faith in humanity as from more than 100 billion words, the most translated words are “How are you”, “thank you” and “I love you”.
Toyota shatters assumptions with Antoinette Harris. Amazon’s advert displays the ones that didn’t make the cut.
Burger King’s #EatLikeAndy revived the presence of an iconic artist Andy Warhol, by presenting a 37-year old documented footage as a 45 second commercial. Next stop on the Revival Train was Doritos with Backstreet Boys & Chance The Rapper.
What would it feel like to have a Bud Light in Westeros? Don’t stress your head, just watch Bud Light X Game Of Thrones.
Glide through these Super Bowl 2019 adverts. The list is in no particular order.
Bud Light X Game Of Thrones