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The Best Budweiser Super Bowl Commercials

Updated on February 18, 2008

In no way am I advertising for or promoting Budweiser by writing an article about their commercials. I don't even drink the stuff. But, one of my favorite things about watching the Super Bowl football game is watching the commercials. Throughout the years, the Budweiser ads have stood out as being particularly funny. In fact, some of them have become a sort of pop-culture with regular people imitating them in real life.

Do you have a favorite Budweiser ad? Be sure to share it in the comment box at the bottom of the page.

The Talking "Wassup" Parrots

I guess I really have a thing for talking birds, but so does Budweiser—they use them in a lot of commercials. When the whole “wassup” thing started, I found it annoying. Looking back, I think it’s pretty funny. Especially when the parrots do it. I’d watch a football game if I knew I’d get these kinds of entertaining commercials.

Budweiser 2000 Super Bowl Ad


The 2007 Banned Commercial

I guess this commercial was banned, but it is cute. Maybe after the nipple incident at the 2004 Super Bowl, the powers that be (cough, cough, FCC) decided to seriously crack down. Whatever. This is a funny one. And, you know everyone inside the bar was watching the football game. Watch the commercial—there’s nothing inappropriate, I promise—and tell me whether you think it should have been banned.

Banned Super Bowl 2007 Bud commercial

The Animal Football Game

Okay, so these animals gather for a game of competitive football when… Wait! I can’t tell you, you need to watch for yourself. This commercial should definitely make you laugh out laud. Oh, I love it when animals get together for some football.

Super Bowl XL - Budweiser Commercial (streaker)

The Stadium Commercial

This is a great Super Bowl commercial because it actually takes place at a football game! I really like how the whole thing is put together, and the stadium audience interaction is great. This commercial isn’t funny, but it does its job: advertises its product and reaches out to its audience—which is people watching the football game.

The Fans Go Wild Super Bowl Commercial

Eventually Every Frog has to Croak

Lizards, frogs, and a ferret hitman—what’s not to love? I remember watching these, so I can’t believe it was over a decade ago that these commercials showed during the Super Bowl. The ad is so simple—with “Bud-weis-er” being repeated over and over, along with a neon Budweiser sign hanging. Man, I love those talking animals. I might not remember who the winning football team was, but I remember the commercials.

Bud Lizards 1997 Superbowl Sequence


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      Alfreta Sailor 

      7 years ago from Southern California

      I like these too. I linked my hub to your, hope you don't mind.

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      Teeny Tots 

      10 years ago from USA

      Yeah! I like second one


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