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    Getting about that time.

    Here are who's paying, and some early releases.


    National Football League

    Ad #1


    Ad #2




    AUTOMOTIVE


    Alfa Romeo




    Audi: “Daughter”




    Buick: “Not So Pee Wee Football,”




    Fiat Chrysler


    Ford: "Go Further"




    Honda: "Yearbooks"




    Hyundai:




    Kia: “Hero’s Journey”




    Lexus: “Man and Machine”





    Mercedes-Benz: "Easy Driver"




    WeatherTech:




    Michelin




    FOOD & BEVERAGE

    Avocados From Mexico: "Secret Society"




    Bai:




    Coca-Cola





    Lifewtr: ‘Inspiration Drops’




    Fiji Water "Nature's Gift"




    Skittles: “Romance”




    Snickers:



    TOSTITOS



    Wendy’s:
    “Cold Storage”




    Anheuser Busch: One Ad per quarter.
    Spot #1 "BUSCHHHHH”



    Spot #2 60-second spot for Bud Light. "Ghost Spuds "




    Spot #3 “Born The Hard Way”




    Spot #4 "Our Bar"





    Wonderful Pistachios: "Ernie Gets Physical"




    Yellow Tail: Regional spot that will reach 80 percent of the country.




    King's Hawaiian: "False Cabinet"




    Heinz Ketchup




    DEVOUR Frozen Meals




    TUMS





    GAMING

    EVONY




    Mobile Strike:





    Nintendo:




    World of Tanks
    “Fantasy Sports Bros”




    The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind




    INSURANCE AND FINANCE

    H&R Block:




    TurboTax: "Humpty Fall"




    Aflac




    MOVIES

    The Fate of the Furious




    Transformers: The Last Knight.




    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2




    Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales:



    Logan




    Ghost in the Shell




    LIFE




    A Cure For Wellness



    Baywatch

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    ONLINE BRANDS

    GoDaddy: "The Internet Wants You"




    Squarespace:

    Ad #1




    Ad #2 "Calling JohnMalkovich"




    Wix.com:




    HULU





    Expedia




    Netflix





    National Geographic:





    GOODS

    Beats by Dre



    Febreze: "Halftime #BathroomBreak"





    GNC: "LiveWell" Ad Rejected by NFL, GNC Took to Twitter to continue their fight with hashtag #CourageToChange




    Mr. Clean: "Cleaner of Your Dreams"




    Old Spice




    Persil:




    Tide:




    Secret Deodorant

    Ad #1


    AD #2


    RETAIL

    84 Lumber: "The Journey Begins"




    Airbnb





    It's A 10 Haircare. One 30-second spot in the third quarter.


    KFC: "Colonel vs. Colonel"




    Tiffany & Co.:




    Jack in the Box



    McDonald's




    TECH & TELECOM


    Intel: "Brady Everyday"




    Sprint:
    “Car”




    T-Mobile: "Unlimited Moves"

    Ad #1


    Ad #2


    Ad #3



    Wealthsimple:





    Google: Unknown



    Comedy Central



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    It's a unique day for ad-debuts, but there's less-and-less carryover to official campaigns running into Summer. I bet there weren't more than 5 campaigns that ran their Superbowl-theme through Memorial Day.

    It used to be around 12.

    This year will be the pander to whom we believe are the typical Trump-supporters trend.

    Or not. With Mathew McConaughey's ill-fated appearance in that appallingly wimpy I Will Survive anti-Trump ad, his run of Lincoln Mercury ads, which were one of the few Superbowl 2016 carryovers, will most-likely end.

    Anti-Trumpers are the kiss of death to Madison Avenue right now, I suspect. It's good business-sense to axe those celebs. -Definitely the ones who vowed to leave America and are still here. Although I can picture a scenario where one makes-fun of themself saying it in order to pimp a product via 'humorous satire'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadillac shark View Post
    It's a unique day for ad-debuts, but there's less-and-less carryover to official campaigns running into Summer. I bet there weren't more than 5 campaigns that ran their Superbowl-theme through Memorial Day.

    It used to be around 12.

    This year will be the pander to whom we believe are the typical Trump-supporters trend.

    Or not. With Mathew McConaughey's ill-fated appearance in that appallingly wimpy I Will Survive anti-Trump ad, his run of Lincoln Mercury ads, which were one of the few Superbowl 2016 carryovers, will most-likely end.

    Anti-Trumpers are the kiss of death to Madison Avenue right now, I suspect. It's good business-sense to axe those celebs. -Definitely the ones who vowed to leave America and are still here. Although I can picture a scenario where one makes-fun of themself saying it in order to pimp a product via 'humorous satire'.
    FOX which is airing the Superbowl this year, has already axed one ad for being too political. 84 Lumber had an ad which featured a giant boarder wall as their ad. Fox rejected it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    FOX which is airing the Superbowl this year, has already axed one ad for being too political. 84 Lumber had an ad which featured a giant boarder wall as their ad. Fox rejected it.
    It's almost always the Left who causes these SNAFU's, mostly via mean-spirited social-discourse. The balance of other banishments are due to plain ol' uneducated stupidity. -In the 'What Were They Thinking?' category.

    A white UPS-driver running through an obvious ghetto-neighborhood throwing packages onto porches, while being chased by a black guy-- with the ad's message being something about logistics...

    Remember the Superbowl-ads from the Dot Com era, 1997-to-2000? That was The Golden Age Of Ads Nobody Could Figure-Out.
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    I applaud Fox taking a neutral stance when it comes to political ads this year. We don't need it.

    In the same breath. Lady Gaga is going to be the halftime show performer. And she's talked about it being a political statement against President Trump. And the NFL Commish has already stated he's got no problem with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    I applaud Fox taking a neutral stance when it comes to political ads this year. We don't need it.

    In the same breath. Lady Gaga is going to be the halftime show performer. And she's talked about it being a political statement against President Trump. And the NFL Commish has already stated he's got no problem with it.
    There's not really much she can state, considering the whirlwind of stuff that the President is accomplishing. February 5th is a long way away.

    The pointlessness of the Womens March likely used-up the Left's ammo.
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    Not watching the Super Bowl. Until the NFL gets their shit together and stops pandering to the likes of that America-hating goob in San Francisco, the boycott continues.

    I went from having a "Sunday Ticket" subscription as well as the NFL Channel to not even watching games on broadcast TV. I have no intention of lending them my eyeballs for their grand finale of the season.

    Maybe when they see a sharp decline in even Super Bowl viewership (which will hurt them in the pocketbook), they'll finally realize that ostracizing Middle America is not the way to win the ratings game.
    Olde-style, states' rights conservative. Ask if this concept confuses you.
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    Gee golly gosh. I'll miss all of these, since I won't watch the NonSuperbowl.
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    Skittles just released their ad. It's very funny.
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