Super Bowl Commercials 2018: Best Videos & Ads For Super Bowl 52

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You likely missed out on some of the best Super Bowl commercials of 2018 if you found yourself getting up between breaks in the action or fading in and out of attention because of too much adult beverage consumption.

Luckily, all of ads have made their way to social media and we can relive some of the best and funniest moments from the night’s top commercials.

While there was plenty to choose from — with Amazon, Tide, Mountain Dew and Doritos really sticking out — one commercial that stole the show for everyone was the “best touchdown celebration” ad from the NFL which featured New York Giants duo Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. performing the iconic dance scene from “Dirty Dancing.”

Watch this and try not to smile:

There was also an incredible “Visit Australia” ad if you are into traveling and were looking for your next tourist destination:

One star-studded and hilarious ad was for the Amazon Alexa, featuring celebrities like Cardi B, Gordon Ramsey and Rebel Wilson to serve as the voices of Alexa. However, they brought some sass — mainly thanks to Cardi B — making you wish Alexa came with more of an attitude:

Budweiser strayed from tradition for its ad which showed the process of the beer distributor packing clean water to help the communities in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and other places that were impacted by the devastating hurricanes throughout the past year.

It was refreshing, with a beautiful soundtrack courtesy of Skyler Grey.

Tide was one company to really bring out all the tricks, and became a running joke of sorts during commercial breaks.

And no one will forget Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage going head-to-head in a lip sync rap battle.

Unfortunately, not every commercial was a hit because M&M’s made us sit through, well, whatever this is:

What was your favorite commercial from Super Bowl 52? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts.

CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
Josh studied journalism at Seton Hill University. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports. Josh is currently a member of the FWAA and USBWA. His work has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, FOXSports.com, CBSSports.com and many others.
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