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The Best Super Bowl Commercials of 2011

Updated on July 9, 2013

It's that time of year again! Superbowl Time. And what is more fun than watching your favorite teams battle it out? Watching Superbowl commercials! Here you will find all the doritos, Bud Light, Pepsi Max and Geico Commercials that made you laugh so hard ( or say " What the Heck??").

This year gave us fiddling beavers, Darth Vader and even Joan Rivers!  A very eclectic mix!

 The Frito Lay company is responsible for creating the "Crash the Superbowl contest"  for the last couple of years the average everyday Joe can make their own commercial about Doritos in hopes of being picked as the best Superbowl commercial of the year.  This year the Frito Lay people are also incorporating Pepsi Max into the Mix.  There is a huge prize of one million dollars to the winner of the first place commercial and $600,000 to the second place winner.  The submission deadline was in November.  Voting is still taking place!  I have included the link below if you would like to vote on your favorite Pepsi Max or Doritos commercial.  Also on the site you can see the other commercials that did not make the finalist cut.  Included below are the Pepsi Max  and Doritos Finalist commercials!

Did You know that a 30 second spot for the 2011 Superbowl will cost as much as 3 Million Dollars?

Not a winner but cute

What the heck?

I like this one...

This is my favorite!

More videos as they become available!! 

What was your favorite Commercial this year?

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      7 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Is it safe to say that the best Superbowl commercials are also relegated to 3 categories: beverages, snacks, and cars? I didn't watch the super bowl and wasn't sure what was going on this year but this post is a testament to the most memorable idiosyncrasies about our Superbowl ritual - the commercials.

      It might be just a matter of time before the effort and preparation to advertise for the holiday seasons will come second to the effort and time to prepare the Superbowl commercials. it seems that way anyway because the Superbowl only has 1 day of festivities as opposed to a vague season with multiple and somewhat related holidays. E.g., Christmas has advent calendars, caroling, buying presents, parties, Santa visits at the mall, and the list continues.

      Superbowl? We know it happens, but we don't prepare for the hype, yet, the degree of creativity in the commercials for this event exceeds that of the commercials we see during the holiday season. So the preparation might be higher in that regard because the advertisers have to cram a whole years worth of creative effort into a visual display that lasts one minute or less. Talk about tough editing!

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      Yena Williams 

      7 years ago from California

      Aw, the Chrysler commercial about the "motor city" was my fav this year! Rated up!

    • stephhicks68 profile image

      Stephanie Hicks 

      7 years ago from Bend, Oregon

      Loved the Darth Vadar/VW commercial. Most of the rest were predictable.

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      7 years ago

      Pretty cool! I don't watch sports, but I like the commercials! : D


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