The Super Bowl is always one of the most-watch television events of the year. Although a lot of people tune in to watch the NFL’s championship game, others only come together to catch the commercials and halftime show. If you happened to miss any of the night’s entertainment, we have you covered.
According to NPR, companies paid $5.6 million on average for 30-second spots played between parts of the big game. But with over 149 million people watching 2019’s Super Bowl between traditional TV services and streaming platforms, there’s no question that spending that type of money put the company’s message in front of a lot of people’s eyes.
This year, we saw hilarious, heartfelt, and straight-up ridiculous commercials from almost every fortune 500 company you can imagine. Some of the standouts included Amazon’s Before Alexa commercial, Budweiser’s Typical American promotion, Google’s heartbreaking “Loretta” commercial, Jeep’s remix of the Groundhog Day movie, and, of course, Microsoft’s Katie Sowers spotlight video.
We’ve embedded the YouTube Adblitz 2020 Official Big Game Ads playlist below that you can skip through. Any additional Super Bowl commercials should be added to the collection as they are uploaded to YouTube.
If you’re simply looking to relive last night’s spectacular halftime show with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, the NFL has uploaded it in its entirety to YouTube. Check out the entire 14-minute performance below.
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