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To the Poll: Which Super Bowl Ad Was Your Favorite?

Vote on the commercial that made the biggest impression on you.

A goat that craves Doritos. A car ad featuring the least likely prom night experience ever. A creepy dad dance party with more of those Doritos (people still eat those?). An emotional life story of a man and his Clydesdale horse that was eerily reminiscent of War Horse, sans the whole World War I part. Attending a rave and eating tacos with your grandparents. Perhaps the longest ode to farming in modern advertising history. The Super Bowl is remembered just as much for the expensive advertisements as it is the football. So which ad made the biggest impression on you?

Watch a few of the contenders for best ad and vote on your favorite. Think there was a better commercial than one we listed? Let us know in the comments.

  • swmluvah

    I'm just not understanding why everyone has such a h4rd on for the Farmer ad.

  • Dodge resonated with farmers I'm sure, but they bought a 1:20 spot and failed to mention the brand until the last 2 seconds. Seriously? For the first $10 million of that time (yes, that's how much a 1:20 costs) it could have been an ad for anything.

    The best ads were Best Buy and Mercedes CLA. Both knew their audience, were funny, were direct, and most importantly, were about the benefits of their brand.

    Taco Bell and Doritos both delivered as well, but not better than Got Milk?

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