The Super Bowl may officially be about football, but it’s also the Super Bowl of commercials. Brands and companies are trying to please every viewer in their quest to get you to buy their thing. Some ads are mini-movies that take you on a journey. Some are a celebrity extravaganza. Others try to elicit more serious emotions, like sadness or inspiration or whatever that dead child commercial from 2015 was trying to do.
Some companies now pre-release their Super Bowl commercials days before the big game, and this is the place to watch every ad that has already been unleashed upon the world. Watch them here and impress everyone at your Super Bowl party with your ability to deliver a smart, concise opinion mere seconds after a commercial airs on Sunday. Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone you prepped ahead of time.
Amazon would like to show you some of their rejected Alexa ideas.
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If you liked the 2011 movie “Hanna,” Amazon has good news for you.
Chewing your food fully before swallowing is just good life advice.
Avocados from Mexico
Good news for people who like adorable dogs: this ad has several.
Bon & Viv Spiked Seltzer
Mermaids and alcoholic seltzer? Sure, why not.
A primer on pronouncing the name of their product.
Another adorable dog, but this time with wind and horses.
Serena Williams wants women to take control of their dating lives.
Coke is woke. Do with that what you will.
For all your close-talking needs.
Doritos, Chance the Rapper, and the Backstreet Boys hope you want it that way.
Be prepared to change your opinion on expense management tools… if you had one to begin with.
Introducing the worst elevator in history.
That is a very big and very loud chocolate bar.
This car might turn you into a god!
Get ready for some spine tingles.
Breaking news: robots cannot consume beverages.
Video games truly are for everyone.
Spoiled milk and a mobile wireless company: a match made in heaven.
“Killer skin” gets a whole new meaning.
In 2019, Abe Lincoln is a suburban dad who eats Pizza Hut and gets no respect.
Anything but kale chips!
More breaking news: robots cannot consume food.
Tony Romo: Super Bowl broadcaster, Super Bowl commercial star.
In case you were wondering about that “Big Lebowski” sequel…
It’s not just men who play football.
When one Morgan Freeman just isn’t enough.
Verizon pays tribute to first responders. (Note: Yahoo Sports is part of Verizon Media Group, which is owned by Verizon.)
Where is Batman putting those groceries?
Another adorable dog! Thanks, WeatherTech!
Happiness tastes like everyone’s favorite kangaroo wine.
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