Super Bowl Ads 2014 – Which was your favorite?

Phil Aiello (@phil_ilo)

For the fourth time in five years, the 2014 Super Bowl has set a record for the most-watched television event in U.S. history, drawing 111.5 million viewers.

For many viewers, the Lombardi Trophy match-off between Denver and Seattle was just something that happened between breaks in commercials. For other’s, the tone of advertisements also defined the tone of the game with one word: disappointment.

Nonetheless, each year Super Bowl ads raise the bar, and the price tag. Advertisers spent more than $4 million to buy a 30-second ad spot for the MetLife Stadium hosted game. Many broke the bank with the use of appearances by celebrities, villains and sports hall-of-famers.

However, we would not dare to celebrate one of America’s favorite past-time sport, (or the most viewed televised event of the year) without the use of social media – including  controversial backlash. Esurance, the most-tweeted brand of the evening, offered to give away $1.5 million to select tweeters who utilized the hashtag #EsuranceSave30.

Top nods were given to Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Chobani, H&M, T-Mobile Audi and Toyota. But we want to know what your favorites were. We have selected some of the top ones, now we want you to vote!


Click here to vote!


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