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What are your favorite Super Bowl ads?

February 5th, 2010
02:33 PM ET

Even though we may be in the middle of one of the toughest economic climates in recent memory, it hasn't stopped companies from spending nearly $3 million for a 30 second ad during this weekend's Super Bowl.

There have been some very memorable advertising campaigns in Super Bowl history - from the 1984 Apple Computer ad directed by Ridley Scott to Budweiser's infamous "Waz up" campaign.

Love them or hate them, Super Bowl ads are one of the most talked about pop culture phenomenon's each year.

We want you to recall some of your most memorable ads and also if you think it's worth the price.

Please leave your comments below.


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  1. patricia

    my all time fav is the bud frogs...

    February 5, 2010 at 3:01 pm | Reply
  2. Patrick Wooldridge

    The most innovative, game-changing, and memorable ad ever was Apple's 1984. Other ads over the years might be funnier or more entertaining, but 1984 was truly great advertising.

    February 5, 2010 at 4:46 pm | Reply
  3. Keira

    By far, the Budweiser frogs!! How long did we say Bud-wei-serrrrrr for?? LOL!! The E-trade babies were cute for a bit but then they got creepy!! I hear they're making a comeback! 😉

    February 5, 2010 at 5:20 pm | Reply
  4. Mark

    Apparently CNN is hurting in this economy too. They are recycling stories from last year...hint: NBC is airing the game, the Game is in Tampa, FL and the video was added last year at this time. Classic CNN thing to do

    February 9, 2010 at 9:41 pm | Reply

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