It’s what everyone talks about as soon as we know which teams are headed to the Super Bowl, the commercials.
Every year, football enthusiasts or not, practically everyone mentions or hears about at least a few of the ads seen during the four hour sports extravaganza.
According to Adage, ad space averaged $4 million for just 30 seconds this year, which is why Super Bowl commercials are usually some of the best ones we see all year. This time around though, Twitter users are telling a different story.
This is possibly the most important question of the night.
When do the “Super Bowl commercials” start??
— Jay DeMarcus (@JayDeMarcus) February 3, 2014
Even those who don’t live in the States know about the Super Bowl commercials.
I know nothing about the Superbowl but from what I can see hear its a day where Americans discuss commercials. Sport? What sport?
— Sana2 Al-Yemen (@Sanasiino) February 3, 2014
But this year they seem to be a letdown.
So far these Super Bowl commercials are letting me down..
— young scrap (@youngscrap) February 3, 2014
Someone forgot to tell them that Superbowl commercials are supposed to be, you know, good.
— Maxx Danziger (@MaxxSIO) February 2, 2014
Sorry! Pretty sure you only get Bruno Mars this year.
Unless one direction is in one of the Super Bowl commercials I won’t be impressed
— giselle (@wishnarryx) February 2, 2014
Well that’s harsh.
That awkward moment when the Broncos defense is causing more laughter than the Super Bowl commercials this year.
— Nando⚽ (@iNand0) February 3, 2014
This is the most boring combo of Super Bowl commercials and game ever.
— Mandy Williams (@AmandaLWilliams) February 3, 2014
At least our neighbors to the north are jealous.
I’m jealous of the American Super Bowl commercials. #canadianproblems — Miranda Jones (@MirandaJones_) February 3, 2014
We don’t get Super Bowl commercials in Canada but I will be attempting to tweet about them anyway. — stefan (@boring_as_heck) February 2, 2014
But the even more important question might be…
When do the good Super Bowl commercials start?
— ThinkBlueLA (@Think_BlueLA) February 3, 2014
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