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Coca Cola, Budweiser, Cheerios And Chevrolet Release Awesome Super Bowl XLVIII Half-Time Adverts

Coca Cola, Budweiser, Cheerios And Chevrolet Release Awesome Super Bowl XLVIII Half-Time Adverts

Some people watch the Super Bowl more for the adverts than the game itself.

There’s no denying what the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks serve up on Sunday night will be better.

But there’s going to be some very happy armchair fans when they see these awesome ads from some of the world’s biggest brands.

Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come:

Coca Cola

Millions of young fans will watch the Super Bowl and you can bet many will feel inspired after watching this from Coca Cola.

It shows a kid chasing his dream of the end zone and sees him finish up at the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field.

It gave us goosebumps.


How can you fail with a horse and a dog falling in love?

Well, you cant. And Budweiser have nailed this one-minute effort which features Passenger hit “Let Her Go”.


Cute is the flavour for this year’s Super Bowl and Cheerios have crammed it all in with a happy family discussing the addition of TWO new members.

It’s the cereal giant’s first ad for the event and it should pull on the heartstrings of helpless viewers around the world.


Who would have thought the new 2015 Chevy Silverado could be so romantic.

This ad follows the new bachelor in town and it doesn’t disappoint. That bull may have to endure a long cold trip but at least there’s something for him at the end.

See more of this year’s adverts HERE.

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