List of 2012 Super Bowl XVLI Ads and Commercials Part 2

Feb 4, 2012 by at Marketing

List of 2012 Super Bowl XVLI Ads and Commercials Part 2

This is the second part of our post and list of Super Bowl 46 ads and commercials. The big game will be played on Sunday, February 5, 2012, starting 6:30 p.m. EST, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Hundreds of millions or even billion of people are expecting to tune in on this one of the world’s biggest sports event of the year via live at Lucas Oil Stadium, cable TVs, and of course, in the online world of Internet and social media. The world aren’t only watching for the American football game between the American Football Conference (AFC) champion New England Patriots and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion New York Giants for the National Football League (NFL) 2011 season championship, but they are also anticipating for the brilliant ads and commercials that will be shown during the breaks. If you have already seen our previous list of those ads, which include the commercials from Coca-cola, GE, Hyundai, Honda, Kia, Audi, Volkswagen and M&M, you can continue checking out and watching the following list of Super Bowl XVLI Ads and Commercials to determine which among them are your favorites. Please click the link below to go and watch the videos.

Chevy Silverado “2012″. Check out a man driving his Chevy Silverado through the 2012 apocalyptic world predicted by the Mayan calendar.

Chevy Sonic – “Stunt Anthem”. What will happen when the Sonic goes bungee jumping, kick flipping, and skydiving? They said those are 100% real stunts.

Chevy Sonic “Joy”. Watch the group of talking bugs congregate on the grill of a Sonic, eagerly anticipating their daily thrill-ride. This is fantastic.

Chevy Volt – “Aliens”. See the intergalactic creatures from outer space checking out on a Chevy Volt car.

Chevy – “Happy Grad”. One of the most hilarious ads by Chevy. See it for yourself.

Downey – “Stinky” – Grey. Downy remakes a classic Super Bowl commercial starring Amy Sedaris and Mean Joe Greene.

Pepsi MAX — “Check Out”. In this commercial Pepsi, uses a Coke Zero Driver to prove why Pepsi Max is the best in the market. I wonder how Coca-cola will react on this.

Pepsi – “King’s Court”. Watch Sir Elton John and The X Factor winner, Melanie Amaro, face off in an epic, medieval music showdown.

Cadillac — “Green Hell”. The Company introduced a grueling stretch of German asphalt known as “The Green Hell,” to push both car and driver to their limits. Watch how Cadillac ATS performs in the Green Hell.

Samsung — “Next Big Thing”. Samsung’s Super Bowl ad, featuring a Galaxy S II with turn-by-turn directions. What can iPhone 4S users say about this?

Samsung – “Next Big Thing is Here Again.” (Teaser). Again, Samsung wants to prove something against its rival. You know who it is.

Doritos – Bird of Prey (Finalist). One of the finalists in the Dorito’s Crash the Super Bowl 2012 contest. Watch a human bird. Tell me if it’s funny.

Doritos – “Dog Park” (Finalist). Watch the happenings at the dog Park when Doritos becomes the prize.

Doritos – “Man’s Best Friend” (Finalist). Check out how the Dog bribes a man to keep his dark secret.

Doritos – “Hot Wild Girls” (Finalist). Watch out for the hot girls and the Rottweiler.

Doritos – “Sling Baby” (Finalist). Nice team up by grandma and the baby. Watch a mission impossible stunt by the baby.

CareerBuilder – “Business Trip”. Watch it if you love funny monkeys and chimpanzees. Don’t forget to understand the real meaning of this commercial.

Suzuki “Sled” – Ben Kahle Music version . This features the automaker’s all-wheel-drive 2012 Suzuki Kizashi sport sedan. Prepare for Eskimos and wolves.

Priceline – “Negotiator’s Last Deal”. Check out Priceline’s action packed and thrilling commercial. Prepare for the video’s comments.

E*Trade – “Fatherhood”. The E*TRADE Baby reassures a new dad about planning for his daughter’s future with E*TRADE Financial Consultants – and his friend Bobby stops by for an unexpected surprise visit.

GoDaddy – “Cloud”. Here’s another sexy commercial from GoDaddy. This one’s called Cloud and it features an angelic, leggy Danica Patrick along with a trio of Pussycat Dolls. What will the anti-SOPA people say about the company’s ad?

GoDaddy – “Body Paint”. GoDaddy promotes Dot CO domains in another hot and wild advertisement. Check out the comments on YouTube.

MARVEL – “The Avengers” (Teaser). One of the most anticipated movies of the year. But are we about to watch a teaser of the trailer on February 5? LOL. Nevertheless, this will be a great movie.

Paramount Pictures – “The Dictator” (Teaser). The Dictator is an upcoming 2012 comedy film written by and starring Sacha Baron Cohen. This is a heroic story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed.

Paramount Pictures – G.I. Joe: Retaliation. The sequel of the 2009 movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, now features Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis. We are hoping to watch a better movie than the former.

Fiat – “Seduction”. The commercial features the FIAT 500 Abarth. Check it out if indeed “you’ll never forget the first time you see one” of it.

Budweiser – “Flash Fans” (Canada) – This ad from Budweiser Canada brings two amateur Canadian Ice hockey teams from a quite tale to a well-spirited epic game.

 

So what’s your most favorite Super Bowl 46 ad so far? What marketing ideas and strategies have you learned from those commercials?  Stay tuned for the updates on this post, and of course, don’t miss the big game on Sunday. You may also check out our best Super Bowl commercials so far here.

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2 Comments

  1. This years my favorite ads were Chevy Silverado and Samsung’s Next Big Thing.
    And course Audi commercial just because of creativity and up to date approach as this Twilight and Vampire saga continues to emerge.
    Thanks Vic for the list!

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