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Here were the Best 2019 Superbowl Commercials

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It’s just not the challenge for Super Bowl 53 contestants to romp ahead. Rather, the football season has offered an arena for big businesses to battle against their rivals. They will, however, compete for each other via telecasting exceptional commercials. These commercials,(aired during the super bowl ) will definitely collect avalanche profits in their bags.

A 30-second ad during the Super Bowl perhaps cost  $5 million this year, according to Bloomberg News.

“CBS Corp., which will broadcast the big game from Atlanta on Feb. 3, is selling 30-second commercials for $5.1 million to $5.3 million.”

Some of The Best Super Bowl Commercials Are:

Pepsi Superbowl Commercial

Is Pepsi OK?  Steve Carell, Lil Jon, and Cardi B in#SBLIII commercial OK???

You Couldn’t resist watching the fresh and hilarious Pepsi Commercial, defending its brand against the Atlanta dominant Coke. Steve Carell, Lil Jon and Cardi B team together for this OK show. The commercial begins with a  waiter convincing the customer for Pepsi upon Coke. He, in fact, asks, if “Pepsi is okay,” Suddenly, Steve stood against this OK word for the iconic soda drink and said “Are puppies okay? Is a shooting star okay? ” Now  Pepsi is under Carell’s aegis. However, in response to this aggressive query, the waiter just utters “OKAY!” while Cardi B (donned in a sparkly jacket)  smiles and taps her diamond sheathed nails on the red and blue Pepsi can. The real catch of the ad is the patent Cardi B “Okurrrrrr.”  Carell, however, concludes:

“I gotta come up with my own catchphrase.”

Google Translator Super Bowl Commercial

Google –is bridging ways around multicultural destinations through its translation feature. “how are you,” “thank you” and “I love you,” are the most translated phrases around the world. According to the google ad, more than 100 billion words are translated daily. The narrator explains how translations can connect people from alien cultures together over a gentle melody. The 100 Billion Words Google commercial undoubtedly is an inspiration.

Kia Telluride  Super Bowl Commercial

Another amazing yet heart- touching show is presented by Kia. The Kia Telluride  Super Bowl ad shines subtly among the leading brands. The super bowl ad , in fact, focuses on a Georgian remote town. In West Side Georgia, Kia is manufacturing the three-row SUV Kia Telluride. The skilled dwellers of the town are not famous but are incredible as they made incredible things for the world.

Amazon Rejected Techno Gadget Commercial For Super Bowl

The irresistible high-tech show is presented by Amazon. Amazon is known for its signature commercial, where it mocks at Alexa. Although Amazon will display different ads focusing on miscellaneous areas of the business, this one with renowned celebrities is matchless: Harrison Ford, Forest Whitaker etc tried rejected Amazon products integrated with Alexa digital assistant. This includes a talking electric toothbrush, bathtub and a dog collar.

HBO/Bud Light, “Game of Thrones.”Superbowl Commercial

HBO’s Game of Thrones’  final season is just two months ahead. However, to raise its publicity, the show took a seat in a Bud Light commercial aired during Super Bowl 53. The “Game of Thrones” theme Confirms the consolidated Budlight-HBO association as the commercial is all composed of the Game of Thrones story. Don’t miss to watch your favourite Game of Thrones characters with a Budlight Drink in hand.

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