Since 1876
Company: Anheuser-Busch | Industry: Beer

117 Budweiser Super Bowl Ads

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They call us "Typical Americans". A fire fighter shows off his strength fighting a blaze - so typical. A soldier surprises a family member - always showing up uninvited. A protester with a "free hugs" shirt hugs a cop. Athletes celebrate, drinking Budweiser, a typical American beer. Next time you're labeled typical, show them what "typical" can do.

Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Stats

Budweiser aired 117 Super Bowl commercials from 2020 to 1980 featuring 24 celebrities -- the latest being Helen Mirren in 2016 when she was 70 years old. 12% of their Super Bowl ads feature at least one celebrity with a paltry 4% of the celebrities female (1) compared to 96% male (23). Of their commercials, 42% are considered funny and 22% light hearted.
Popular Moods: Funny (42%) Light Hearted (22%) Heartwarming (13%) Inspirational (10%)
Celebrities: 24 Appearances in 14 of 117 Ads (12%) - 2 Actors, 14 Athletes, 3 Musicians, 1 Comedian, 4 TV Personalities
Most Recent Celeb: Helen Mirren (Age 70 in 2016) Youngest Celeb: Dale Earnhardt Jr (Age 27 in 2002) Oldest: Don Shula (Age 77 in 2007)

Budweiser Super Bowl Ad List

117 Commercial Database Archive
Budweiser is one of the most iconic Super Bowl commercial brands with the Clydesdale horses, Budweiser frogs and the super popular Puppy Love commercial. The Clydesdale horses are their biggest campaign staple historically, featured in at least one ad every year from 1975 to 2017. Budweiser Super Bowl commercials are consistently voted as among the very best and most memorable Super Bowl ads and Budweiser typically airs multiple commercials every Super Bowl. While most of their Super Bowl ads throughout the decades feature animals that make you laugh or get you all emotional or nostalgic, Budweiser ads will also tackle social issues like immigration and disaster relief.
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