Super Bowl XLVII was so electric it blew a fuse.
The 49ers made a dramatic comeback. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco turned in an MVP performance (and dropped an F-bomb on national TV). Beyoncé thrilled at the halftime show.
But what about the commercials? This year, they cost advertisers a record $4 million for a 30-second block of time. Were they as good as the game?
Here are PR Daily‘s picks for the best—and worst—commercials of Super Bowl XLVII:
Maybe the brand was just testing out its beta version.
Are we the only ones who gagged on their Rotel dip a little during this one?
Would have a been more wonderful four or five months ago when the creative team probably first thought of the idea.
A lot like our prom night—only we drove there in an ’89 Mazda without a radio.
Our only question: Where’s Tina Fey?
I can’t believe they didn’t get carded heading into the club.