New “Discount Double Check” Ad, New Super Bowl Ads


Houston, New Orleans, New York Giants, New England, Baltimore, Green Bay, San Francisco and even a few naive and/or incredibly hopeful Denver fans are excited for Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana on February 5th.

Millions worldwide, including some of our brave soldiers stationed overseas, will be watching the broadcast. Many will be watching for the new commercials. Here’s a look at them:

Movie previews will be back this year, but there isn’t expected to be a Dark Knight Rises ad. Paramount bought ad time, presumably for G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Universal bought ad time, presumably for Snow White and the Huntsman. Disney bought ad time and it’s gotta be for The Avengers.

Anheuser-Busch has ordered what is likely a bunch of new spots. They should be rolling out advertising for the new Bud Light Platinum.

Frito-Lay is bringing back its Crash The Super Bowl campaign, and you can vote for the finalists right now.

GM is hoping to buy not only its own spots – some of which you can vote for at this website -, but wants to put its cars in a myriad of different brands’ commercials.

GoDaddy! is back with two ads, including one where Danica Patrick is fronting the Pussycat Dolls. Jillian Michaels will be featured in at least one of the ads.

Pepsi will have a spot featuring “X-Factor” winner Melanie Amaro.

Fan favorite Volkswagen is one of several advertisers buying longer, 60-second ads this time around.

Also, State Farm began running a new ad featuring Aaron Rodgers during the Wild Card games.

Hit “Like” if you are excited for Super Bowl XLVI!

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