Super Bowl XLVI Commercials Review

Congratulations NY Giants!!!!!!!

Listed below are most of the commercials aired during Super Bowl XLVI. Did you know it cost 3.5 million dollars per 30 second spot. My reviews are based on the presentation of the product. As a marketing expert, I want to give my view of the advertiser that MISSED IT or NAILED IT! What do you think?

My Favorite


Chevy showed Silverado’s durability, strength and dependability. The second commercial was very funny and with a vehicle that would appeal to the younger generation. This was great coverage delivering memorable messages that would intrigue an entire family to consider a Chevy for your next automobile.

Chevy – “Silverado 2012″

Chevy – “Happy Grad”



Review:  The commercial ran before Super Bowl XLVI began; but they did not see the need to entice the viewers with hot cheesy pizza. David Johnson did a great job; Pizza Hut did not. There was no pizza in the commercial. How could they get such an incredible spot and not have our taste buds watering for Pizza.  (very forgettable)

Pizza Hut – “David Johnson (Contest Winner) Commercial”

The Rest

Hyundai – “All For One”

Audi – “Vampire Party”

Pepsi – “Kings Court”

Hyundai – “Cheetah”

M&Ms – “Ms Brown”

Ronald McDonald House – “Family Stick Together”

Oikos Yogurt – “John Stamos”

Skechers – “Mr. Quiggly”

E*TRADE – “Fatherhood” – “Confidence”

Volkswagen – “The Dog Strikes Back” – “Freedom”

Doritos – “Man’s Best Friend”

The Tonight Show – “Madonna”

Century 21 – “Smarter, Bolder, Faster”

Acura – “Seinfeld”

GE Appliances – “Louisville, KY”

Hyundai – “Think Fast”

Kia – “A Dream Car”

Best Buy – “Mobile Phone”

Coca-Cola – “Superstition” – “Body Paint”

Budweiser – “LMFAO”

America’s Got Talent – “Howard Stern”

H&M – “David Beckham”

Coca-Cola – “Patriots Catch”

Chevrolet – “Stunts”

Teleflora – “Adriana Lima”

Fiat USA – “Supermodel”

Pepsi Max – “Cheatin’ Heart”

Toyota – “It’s Reinvented”

Budweiser: “Eternal Optimism”

Bridgestone – “Performance Basketball”

Honda – “Matthew’s Day Off”

MetLife – “Everyone”


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