Super Bowl commercials have become a great source of entertainment–no one wants to miss the commercials, because it’s when companies bring out their best, funniest, most emotional ads they can put together, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the funniest Super Bowl commercials to date. To list all the funny Super Bowl commercials would take all day, so we just picked 5. What were your favorite funny Super Bowl commercials?
*Fun Fact: a 30 second commercial during this year’s Super Bowl can cost a company as much as $5 million dollars!
A pint-sized Darth Vader uses the Force when he discovers the all-new 2012 Passat in the driveway. This award-winning commercial first aired during the 2011 Big Game.
E-Trade’s 2001 commercial cleverly capitalized on the Internet bubble burst, and the multiple dot-com businesses that were flailing.
Clash of Clans
Liam Neeson channels his notable character from Taken for this 2015 commercial about the popular mobile game Clash of Clans.
Electronic Data Systems (EDS), an HP Company
EDS used the most preposterous idea possible–cat herding–to tell people what their company is all about. And it was pure genius.
Reebok, Terry Tate
“Terry Tate: Office Linebacker” was a series of short comedy television commercials created by Rawson Marshall Thurber, for Reebok with Lester Speight playing Terry Tate. When this Super Bowl commercial, it resonated with anyone who’s ever had an office job and provided many one-liners.