Super Bowl 2022 ads: These are the best commercials released so far

The 2022 Super Bowl may still be weeks away, but that hasn’t stopped brands from making the most of their marketing budgets with ads that will play during the big game’s super-expensive commercial slots.

This year’s matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals will take place on Sunday, February 13 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

Despite a scheduling conflict with Valentine’s Day, Super Bowl LVI is expected to draw a large audience, partly for the sporting event and partly for the halftime show, which will feature a performance by Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.

Ahead of the 2022 Super Bowl, brands like Bic Lighters, Pepsi, and Chewy have already released their game day ads, which we’ve ranked below.

From a Frito-Lay commercial starring Megan Thee Stallion to a commercial with Idris Elba, these are the best Super Bowl commercials yet.

Doritos and Megan Thee Stallion

In the game day announcement trailer, the rapper, who can be seen eating from a bag of Doritos, tries to access his trailer only to find the door locked. As Megan Thee Stallion watches, the arm of what appears to be a sloth reaches out from inside the trailer to remove the star’s name from the door, prompting her to reply, “Uh, excuse me?”

Bic lighters with Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg

Longtime friends Stewart and Snoop Dogg teamed up for the lighter company’s commercial, in which the rapper and celebrity chef joke about the various uses of lighters, such as “smoking a turkey.”

“You know this easy-reach Bic lighter would be nice to light…” Snoop Dogg says at one point, prompting Stewart to finish: “Candles? It sure is.”

After Snoop suggests the pair try the lighter out in their “favorite activity,” Stewart replies, “You mean…” before the commercial cuts to the friends roasting marshmallows over a campfire.

The reality of having a pet cat for Chewy

In a Chewy commercial, a cat purrs happily to her owner as she watches him order a series of treats through the Chewy app.

Once the command has been sent, the cat thinks out loud, “Okay, now you can pet me.” However, after a brief bump, he jumps off his owner’s lap and thinks, “Okay, that’s enough. You are literally so annoying. Just kidding, I love you.”

Lay’s and Seth Rogan

In what may be one of the creepiest Super Bowl commercials of the year, a “huge fan” of actor Seth Rogan can be seen singing, “Oh, Seth Rogan, where are you?” while looking at a shrine dedicated to the star and bags of Lay’s chips.

The teaser ad concludes with a black screen asking viewers, “Big fan of Seth? Please tune in on February 13, 2022.”

Quaker offers its version of the infamous beer commercials

In Quaker’s Super Bowl ad, the oatmeal brand takes a page from the various beer commercials we see each year, with the ad noting that “in America, we celebrate the big game with big grains.”

“But there’s a grain to crack open on Sunday morning,” the commercial continues as a trickle of condensation drips down the side of an oatmeal container. “Oatmeal.”

The commercial, which then sees two jars of oatmeal crashing into each other in applause, concludes with the tagline: “Pre-grain before the big game.”

PepsiCo, Frito-Lay and the Mannings

In a commercial created by PepsiCo and its subsidiary Frito-Lay, brothers Peyton and Eli Manning are preparing to watch the game with cans of Pepsi and bags of Lay’s when they are interrupted by the offer of a Super Bowl road trip with Jerome Bettis. , Terry Bradshaw and Victor Cruz.

TurboTax and the realities of cryptocurrencies

TurboTax has dedicated one of its game day commercials to cryptocurrency, featuring the ups and downs of cryptocurrency trading when a man declares himself a millionaire only to discover soon after that he is no longer a millionaire.

“Cryptocurrencies are complicated. But as a tax expert with a background in crypto, you can transfer your taxes to me,” assures a TurboTax employee. finds a new spokesperson in Idris Elba

In the preview clip, the actor rehearses his role as the booking website’s newest spokesman, only to be told by fellow spokesmen Isaiah Mustafa and Jonathan Goldsmith that he needs some work.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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