Best and Worst Super Bowl Commercials in 2016
The Super Bowl isn’t just about the hype of each team battling for that Championship win, or hot wings, beer, or the half time show. A lot of people turn in for one thing: the commercials. With close to 100 million viewers, advertisers want to make a serious impression on the Super Bowl audience, whether it turns out for the best or worst.
We compiled The Top 5 Best Commercials of 2016 as well as The Top 5 Worst Commercials of 2016. The anticipation for Super Bowl LI’s 2017 will keep us on the edge of our seats.
5 BEST SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS OF 2016
There’s A New Money In Town
PayPal’s commercial was wildly entertaining and made us all feel excited about money.
Hyundai – Ryanville
This is one of Super Bowl’s most popular and favorite for the obvious reason: Ryan Reynolds hence “Ryanville,” Hyundai really grabbed everyone’s attention to promote their new car. Ryan-Reynolds-Vill where can we sign up?
Honda – A New Truck To Love
Honda made us all intrigued with this one for their new Ridgeline truck and delivered quite the performance.
T-Mobile – Drop the Balls
T-mobile commercial poking fun at TV Host Steve Harvey….entertaining and fun!
Hands down of the scariest and funniest Doritos commercial ever, it was a top choice favorite for a lot of viewers.
5 WORST COMMERCIALS OF 2016
NFL- Super Bowl Babies
This one was a little weird for a lot of reasons….promoting how babies were made on Super Bowl. Not our favorite NFL, but nice try.
Michelob Ultra – Breathe
I think a lot of us were confused when we first saw this Michelob Ultra commercial thinking it was meant for Nike or a fitness sort of app but not beer.
Mountain Dew – Puppy Monkey Baby
Even though it was funny, it honestly left a lot of us scratching out heads….like what did we just watch?
Toyota Prius – Car Chase
This one was entertaining to say the least. We watched a car chase trying to promote car sales by advising people to steal a car and get involved in a car chase isn’t the best idea.
OICisDifferent.com – Envy
Selling “Constipation” relief is never easy. They tried but left a lot of viewers not excited.