Aside from the actual football game, the Super Bowl is all about the food, drinks, and commercials. And for us, it's all about the commercials for our favorite, snacks, beer, and soda. Whether you'll be watching the big game or not, plenty of brands have already released their Super Bowl commercials online. From Starry and Mountain Dew Baja Blast to Popeyes and Doritos, many companies once again spent buckets of money to play their ad during the Super Bowl. Lucky for you, we gathered all the food and drink commercials in one place and ranked them for you, from worst to best.
Which one is your favorite?
Nerds Gummy Clusters
It's cute, sure. But not the best one out there.
If only a twist of an OREO could solve all of our problems.
What do you think? Does Chris Pratt really look like Mr. P?
Stomach pain on a plane does not sound good, but perhaps Dr. Umstick can help.
After a year of controversy, Bud Light created a light-hearted commercial featuring the Bud Light Genie.
In this star-studded Uber Eats commercial, celebrities forget important things in order to make room for remembering all of the things Uber Eats can deliver. The highlight? Jennifer Aniston forgets who her former Friends co-star David Schwimmer is.
If I drink Michelob Ultra, will I be able to play soccer like Lionel Messi? The cameo by Ted Lasso's Jason Sudeikis made this one for me.
What do you do when your favorite snack is sold out at the bodega? If you're Jenna Ortega, your grandmothers, Dina and Mita, come to the rescue and set out in pursuit of the last bag taken. The ad also coincides with the launch four new Dinamita flavors.
Budweiser's iconic Clydesdale horses save the day in this Super Bowl spot by braving a winter storm to restock a bar with beer.
Faced with the dilemma of what to make with leftover ingredients, Kate McKinnon's cat meows "mayo" and her problem is solved. The talking cat becomes a spokescat for the brand, eventually dating Pete Davidson.
We've all had awkward, tense moments. If only the Coors Light Chill Train driven by LL Cool J could swoop in and save us...
Howie, played by comedian Ken Jeong, cryogenically froze himself in 1972 waiting for Popeyes to add chicken wings to its menu. Now, over 50 years later, Jeong gets to experience Popeyes' new wings, along with all of the things he's missed over the years, like robot vacuums, goldendoodles, and drones.
Mountain Dew Baja Blast
This one's for Parks and Recreation fans. Known for her deadpan humor, Aubrey Plaza sips on Baja Blast while "having a blast." In the end she reunites with former co-star Nick Offerman.
I'll forever be a Sprite fan, but the shade thrown in this Starry ad was pretty genius. Ice Spice is chatting with the Starry mascots, Lem and Lime, when she's confronted by her ex-lemon lime soda. Wearing a blurred out green top, we can only assume that her ex is Sprite.
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