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(Pocket-lint) - The Super Bowl is here once again, and that means a bevy of high-profile adverts from dozens of companies, including the tech giants using the country's biggest sporting event to showcase their products.

This year, it's the Tampa Bay Buccaneers going up against the Kansas City Chiefs. But who cares? We're all about watching the crazy-expensive commercials that air during the big game, which kicks off at 6:30pm EST on Sunday 7 February 2021. Some companies have begun to release their Super Bowl ads online, while other companies are rolling out short teasers to drum up excitement.

We’ve rounded them all up, so you can enjoy the ones already released ahead of the big game.

Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer

Don Cheadle headlines what appears to be an all-star cast for a commercial, but it's quickly revealed they are a bunch of look-a-likes.


Robinhood would certainly love for us to be talking about something other than the company's role in the Gamestop stock surge, but this straightforward ad probably won't accomplish that.


Dolly Parton reworked her classic song about slogging through the eight-hour workday for this ad.

General Motors

Will Ferrell is very upset that Norway sells more electric cars than the US.

Amazon Alexa

Amazon has Michael B Jordan playing a personified version of its AI assistant, Alexa.


Mila Kunis uses Shaggy's classic hit - "It Wasn't Me" - to deny eating all of Ashton Kutcher's Cheetos.


Klarna is using four miniature versions of Maya Rudolph to show off its platform in the company's first Superbowl ad.

Jimmy John's

Brad Garrett stars as the King of Cold Cuts, Tony Bolognavich, who's dealing with a new challenger to his throne, Jimmy John's.


M&M's ad shows people using the popular candy as a better way to offer up an apology.

Uber Eats

Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reprise their roles as Wayne and Garth for a special episode of Wayne's World.


Tony Romo will not only be one of the lead announcers for the Super Bowl but will also be starring in a commercial for Sketchers.


Toyota's using its Big Game ad to shine a light on 23-time Paralympic medalist Jessica Long.

Scotts & Miracle-Gro

This star-studded ad features John Travolta and his daughter breaking out some of his old dance moves from Grease.


TurboTax's ad shows off what a tax expert can do for you, by highlighting some of the weirdest parts of the American tax system.


The beer-brewing behemoth's Big Game ad features people coming together to go grab a beer.


Jason Alexander stars as a perpetually tormented hoodie in this ad from Tide.

Bud Light Seltzer

Just in case you were wondering where Bud Light got all the lemons for the company's new Lemonade Seltzer.


The electronic device maker, Logitech, has brought on Lil Nas X for its Super Bowl ad.


These poor stranded astronauts keep getting overlooked thanks to the many ways people can combine different flavors of Pringles.

Writing by Maggie Tillman.
Sections TV