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Super Bowl 2015 adverts: we pick our favourites

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You don’t have to be a Super Bowl fan to enjoy the NFL’s showpiece event that brings the US to a standstill.

The much-anticipated Super Bowl commercials have been finalised, with 36 pining for the attention, love, adoration and well-earned dollars of the public.

Just as much work has been put into these specialty ads than the preparation and training of the players.

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NBC has put a record-breaking $4.5 million price tag on a 30-second spot for this year’s game.

We’ve chosen our top 12 ads that will be aired between the touchdowns and tackles of Super Bowl XLIX.

Budweiser

Make sure the tissues are handy. Budweiser knows that the only thing Americans love more than beer is a sappy commercial featuring adorable puppies. This year’s spot, “Lost Dog”, is a sequel to their 2014 advert.

Bud Light

Watch how one lucky, unsuspecting person in LA was taken out for an unforgettable night on the town, for some old-fashioned fun.

McDonalds

The most famous fast food restaurant in the world is gearing up to unveil a new branding direction come February 1. Between February 2 and February 14, McDonald’s will randomly select “loving” as a form of payment instead of good old dollar bills.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile and Kim Kardashian have teamed up to promote the phone company’s new offering of unlimited storage. The faux-infomercial features Kim speaking about the importance of holding onto important data.

BMW

The BMW i3 ad takes you back in time to when the internet and email was only just emerging. It’s hard to remember a life without Google. My, how technology has advanced.

Purina Friskies

This is one for the cat lovers!

Dove

Dove invited the men out there to share everyday life examples of what it means to be a dad. They sent their sweet and sappy submissions using the hashtag #RealDadMoments.

Doritos

The annual Super Bowl Doritos commercial contest ‘Crash The Super Bowl’ received some great entries. The Top 10 have been revealed, here’s two of our favourites.

Mercedes Benz

Mercedes has hired US commentators Mike and Mike from ESPN and NFL Superstar Jerry Rice to engage in a heated debate with an eight-year-old boy. The topic? “The Tortoise vs. The Hare. First watch part of the debate, followed by the ad.

Avocados from Mexico

This commercial transports you back in time four million years to “the first draft ever”.

Morphie

This is Mophie’s first Super Bowl appearance and their first television commercial. So they went big.

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