The New England Patriots will compete against the Philadelphia Eagles during Super Bowl LII, but it's not just the football that fans care about.

By Lisa Marie Segarra
February 04, 2018

As millions tune in to watch the 52nd Super Bowl on Sunday, February 4, at 6:30 p.m. E.T., many viewers will be anxiously awaiting the much-talked about ads that will play throughout the game.

These are some of the top Super Bowl commercials to look out for while you’re watching the big game.


The famous beer company is known for having popular Super Bowl commercials, especially the iconic ones featuring Clydesdale horses. However, Budweiser decided to address natural disaster relief in this year’s Super Bowl commercial.

The ad features a Budweiser factory switching from packaging beer to packaging water for relief efforts in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and California, which were hit with hurricanes and wildfires last year.

Budweiser additionally put out an online ad featuring the famous Clydesdales for anyone who missed them.

Amazon Echo

This year, Amazon is focusing on its smart speaker line, letting Alexa take the spotlight.

The Super Bowl commercial involves Alexa losing her voice as Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos scrambles to find a solution. The solution is expected to premiere during the Super Bowl when the full version is released.

Lexus/Black Panther

Marvel’s next big film has already been attracting a ton of attention and now, for a Super Bowl ad, Lexus is partnering with Black Panther.

Lexus released the full extended version of the Super Bowl commercial, which features Chadwick Boseman, who plays T’Challa in Black Panther, Danai Gurira, his on-screen bodyguard, and Letitia Wright, his character’s sister, Shuri, riding in Lexuses of their own.


This candy company’s Super Bowl 2018 ad discusses a very serious M&M issue: struggling with the fact that everyone around you wants to eat you.

When the red M&M finds a lucky penny and wishes to become a human, he turns into Danny DeVito. Unfortunately, his luck takes a turn for the worse by the time his 30 seconds are up.


Pepsi released a five-second teaser for its upcoming Super Bowl commercial that shows Cindy Crawford drinking a can of Pepsi.

The brand is known for its commercials that feature big-name celebrities drinking the soda and, AdAge notes, Cindy Crawford first appeared in one back in 1992.