Since 1964
Company: PepsiCo | Industry: Potato Chips

40 Doritos Super Bowl Ads

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Mathew McConaughey hasn't been feeling like himself lately. He looks flat and deflated. His day to day is hard when he's flat. He can't play football, or drive a car. Jimmy Kimmel and Mindy Kaling even make fun of him for it, which only makes him feel worse. As he's walking his dog downtown he spots a Doritos vending machine. He slides in, eats a chip and inflates.

Doritos Super Bowl Ad Stats

Forty Doritos Super Bowl commercials aired from 2021 to 1989 featuring 22 celebrities -- most recently Matthew McConaughey in 2021 when he was 51 years old. 35% of their Super Bowl ads feature at least one celebrity with only 23% of the celebrities female (5) compared to 77% male (17). Of their commercials, 70% are considered funny and 22% light hearted.
Popular Moods: Funny (70%) Light Hearted (22%) Cute\Adorable (10%) Flirty (10%)
Celebrities: 22 Appearances in 14 of 40 Ads (35%) - 6 Actors, 7 Musicians, 7 TV Personalities, 2 Models
Most Recent Celeb: Matthew McConaughey (Age 51 in 2021) Youngest Celeb: Lil Nas X (Age 20 in 2020) Oldest: Morgan Freeman (Age 80 in 2018)

Doritos Super Bowl Ad List

40 Commercial Database Archive
Doritos Super Bowl commercials are known for being super funny and very original and creative. Many of their best Super Bowl ads appear simple to produce as they bank on smart writing of situational comedy to deliver the laughs, like in their 2010 ad where a kid shows mom's boyfriend who is really boss or in 2011 when a coworker licks the finger of another coworker who just ate Doritos just so he could get the nacho cheese dust taste, which he calls 'the best part'. 2014's 'Time Machine' is a classic not to be missed and never look past watching 'Goat 4 Sale' from 2013. Doritos likes comedy and that's where they shine best during the big game and they also have a knack for landing huge celebrities and pop culture icons in their ads.
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