Get a Preview of All the 2021 Super Bowl Commercials

By  //  February 7, 2021

$5.5 million for a 30-second spot

How to watch Super Bowl LV

■ When: Sunday, February 7, 2021

■ Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT)

■ Where: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida

■ TV Channel: CBS


Wayne’s World Reunites for “The Big Bowl”

Still broadcasting from Wayne’s mom’s basement in Aurora, Illinois, Mike Myers and Dana Carvey join forces once again to promote Uber Eats. The teaser, which “for legal reasons” cannot be for the Super Bowl, features many of the duo’s signature catchphrases. Schwing.

Jason Alexander Gets Stepped on, Spit on, and Sat on for Tide

A beloved sweatshirt featuring the face of Seinfeld star Jason Alexander is, ahem, well loved until it’s washed with Tide.

Amazon’s Sexy Alexa

Michael B. Jordan is the Alexa of our dreams in this Amazon ad. Read me a sexy audiobook in the bath, sweet prince!

Dolly Parton Works “5 to 9”

Directed by Oscar winner Damien Chazelle, this ad for Squarespace encourages entrepreneurs to pursue their passions “5 to 9,” flipping the script on Dolly’s classic hit. Just one more reason Dolly is an actual angel.

Cheetos Makes Shaggy a Third Wheel

Ashton Kutcher musically accuses his wife, Mila Kunis, of stealing the Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix, while Shaggy defends her by belting out his 2000 hit “It Wasn’t Me.” How does Mila make even Cheetos dust look good?

John Travolta Makes a TikTok

In this ad for Scotts and Miracle-Gro, celebs veg out in their gardens, including John Travolta and his daughter making a TikTok, Martha Stewart freshening up her tomatoes, and Stanley from The Office (Leslie David Baker) grumpily grilling.

Michelob Ultra Wants Us to Be Happy

Michelob Ultra bills A-list athletes for this commercial, including Serena Williams, Anthony Davis, and Peyton Manning in a cowboy hat. There’s even a shot of golfer Brooks Koepka at a pizza party, for all the dads out there.

Michelob Ultra Round 2: This Time With Don Cheadle

This time advertising Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer, the brand’s second spot features celebrity doppelgängers of Megan Fox, Serena Williams, Usher, Sylvester Stallone and Lucy Liu, but has the real Don Cheadle (and his lookalike brother).

Matthew McConaughey Is … Flat?

Matthew McConaughey is a horrifying, 2-D version of himself in this Doritos ad — even Mindy Kaling and Jimmy Kimmel can’t get behind it. Don’t worry, Doritos 3-D chips save him from being sucked up by a Roomba.

Amy Schumer Has a Fridge Full of Mayonnaise

In this teaser, comedian Amy Schumer steps into her fridge (which contains only mayo) and spreads her wings.

Bud Light Has Its Own Avengers

Although Budweiser is out, Bud Light is in, combining spokespeople of commercials past to save the beer. Sadly, the “Dilly Dilly” Bud Knight is killed in an accidental high five.

Bud Light: Round 2

In its second commercial, Bud Light (this time advertising its new lemonade seltzers) reflects on the “lemon” of a year that was 2020.

Lil Baby Is a Rockstar

Rapper Lil Baby encourages hustlers to follow their dreams in this Rockstar Energy ad.

Peyton and Eli Manning Wear Matching PJ’s for Frito-Lay

Featuring an all-star NFL cast, this Frito-Lay spot, narrated by Marshawn Lynch, tells the story of the “Night Before Super Bowl” — including a re-creation of “the Immaculate Reception” with Terry Bradshaw, and the Manning brothers, in matching sleepwear, getting a scolding from their father. Eli told People they didn’t even need a wardrobe: “It was kind of embarrassing that Peyton and I had matching pajamas, coincidentally.”

Lenny Kravitz Tells Us We’re All Billionaires

For Stella Artois, Lenny Kravitz could almost be addressing the GameStop controversy head-on, saying, “We’re all born with 2.5 billion heartbeats. That makes you a billionaire. So let’s not waste the fortune within us. Invest.” Guess we’re not eating the rich today?

Chipotle Asks a Big Question

In this ad, Chipotle goes for messaging over celebrity, providing aesthetically pleasing shots of black cows mooing, farmers picking peppers, and a child planting seeds while a brother and sister argue over sustainability.

Dan Levy Holds a M&M Captive

Golden Globe–nominated Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy appears in this M&M’s commercial, featuring people apologizing with the candy. But Levy doesn’t seem that sorry.

Sam Adams Unleashes Budweiser’s Clydesdales

Now that Budweiser is out of the game, Sam Adams reimagines its iconic Clydesdales wreaking havoc on Boston. Wicked smaht.

Pringles Strands Astronauts

In this Pringles ad, rescuers are too distracted by stacking the chips to save stranded astronauts.

John Cena Teases Mountain Dew Winnings

Pro wrestler and certified himbo John Cena counts to 35 in this teaser, letting you know you could win $1 million if you count the number of Watermelon Dews in the brand’s Super Bowl spot. Knows We Can’t Stand Car Dealerships

Super Bowl newcomer dramatizes the pain of going to a car dealership in its 30-second spot.

Mercari Says Hello

In this ad set to a poppy cover of the earworm “Hello, Goodbye,” online marketplace Mercari, another Super Bowl newbie, shows us that we too can order popcorn-makers online.

Ford Encourages America to Finish Strong

Ford highlights ongoing efforts to fight the coronavirus, noting that “soon we will be what we were — touching, loving, living.” The surrounding #FinishStrong campaign focuses on donating PPE to underserved communities and designing new products to protect people from the virus.

Fiverr Visits Four Seasons Total Landscaping

Yep, remember them? The online freelancer marketplace Fiverr teased its first Super Bowl ad by calling back to one of the strangest political stories of 2020, with the landscaping company’s president, Marie Siravo, ready to get to work in this spot.

Tony Romo’s Wife Sleeps on Five Mattresses

In this spot, the Romos eat huge sandwiches, sleep on super-tall beds, and drive monster trucks, all in the name of Skechers Max Cushioning Sneakers.

Jake From State Farm Recruits Another Player

Jake from State Farm and his khakis tease another State Farm spokesperson in this ad (but sadly, it won’t be a Packers Cheesehead).

Oikos Shows Its Pro Face

Oikos Pro yogurt shows the, uh, unique faces people make when they’re working out, including a few star athletes (and SpongeBob).

Anheuser-Busch Encourages Grabbing a Beer

In Anheuser-Busch’s first-ever corporate Super Bowl ad, the company focuses on times that can be made better by a beer.

TurboTax Finds the Weirdest Tax Loopholes

According to TurboTax, you can apparently get tax credits due to old age, nice trees, or alien visitors.

Lil Nas X Is Back, This Time for Logitech

Logitech apparently made so much money selling keyboards, mouses, and PC webcams during the pandemic, it could afford its first-ever Super Bowl spot, a partnership with Lil Nas X, who is no stranger to big-game ads.

Nick Jonas Takes Us Back to Disney Channel Days

Nick Jonas is giving us JoBros diabetes-song vibes in this ad for Dexcom, a glucose-monitoring system for people with diabetes that works without finger-pricking.

WeatherTech Is Patriotic

In its series of pro-America commercials, WeatherTech once again utilizes its own employees to highlight its products. Plus, a mom on the go?

Jimmy John’s Is the King of Cold Cuts

Comedian Brad Garrett stars as a shady sandwich mob moss in this spot for “Jimmy’s John’s,” as he calls it.

Maya Rudolph’s on Her Own Tiny Horse

The popularity of the tiny horse is here to stay, as Maya Rudolph rides on up to pay for cowboy boots in this commercial for Swedish bank Klarna.

Indeed Rises Up

In its first-ever Super Bowl ad, jobs site Indeed takes viewers through the emotional process of getting a position.

Cutwater Spirits Makes Us Wish It Were Summer

Anheuser-Busch’s canned cocktail brand Cutwater Spirits’ first Super Bowl ad features shots of closing work laptops and getting into the sun. It’s like it’s taunting us.

Will Ferrell, Kenan Thompson, and Awkwafina Vow to Crush Norway

After Ferrell finds out Norway produces more electric cars per capita than the United States, all hell breaks loose in this GM ad.

Toyota Tells the Story of Jessica Long

Ahead of an Olympics that may never happen, Toyota shares the emotional story of Jessica Long, a Paralympic swimmer.

Dr. Squatch Is for Real Men

Direct-to-consumer men’s natural care brand Dr. Squatch argues that real men use good soap (and let their daughters braid their hair).

Robinhood Says “We Are All Investors”

In this commercial booked in December, investing app Robinhood says that anyone can become an investor. Well, everyone couldn’t last week when it restricted trading on GameStop. Don’t worry, this ad has already been lambasted on Twitter.

Paramount+ Declares Sweet Victory

In the latest battle of the streaming wars, the new service Paramount+ is set to make its debut on March 4. In this ad, ViacomCBS favorites climb Mt. Paramount, resulting in hilarious shots like a pan from Dora the Explorer to Jeff Probst of Survivor.

Bass Pro Shops Targets Guys With Fishes in their Tinder Profile

Bass Pro Shops (owner of the mysterious Bass Pro Shops Pyramid) makes its Super Bowl debut by encouraging America to participate in outdoor activities during the pandemic.

Dawn and Swiffer Address the Chore Gap

The Proctor & Gamble brands note that in 65 percent of homes, most chores fall on one person, and urge the entire family to pitch in (even the dog).

Joe Montana for Guinness

Football great Joe Montana appears in this spot for Guinness discussing what it means for anyone to be the GOAT.