People all over the world spent nearly 4 million hours watching game-day ads and teaser videos particularly on YouTube. Thus making Super Bowl the most watched American broadcasts that attracts more than million viewers every year. The most awaited Super Bowl commercials really arose since the rise the internet in 1990. The cost of ad is estimated to be $5 million per 30 seconds of CBS airtime in 2016 — up 11 percent from 2015’s $4.5 million on NBC.
Super Bowl has an estimated audience of 112 million people, making it’s easy to understand why marketers spend so much money on commercials during the Big Game. The entertainment bar is raising with each passing year, and companies struggle to find ways making their ads memorable. Super Bowl Sunday is considered as the magical time of year when those that love both football and hilarious advertisement enjoy. Checkout our list of top 5 banned Super Bowl commercials!
Bud Light, 2010
This 2009 Super Bowl commercial was made by all them self-righteous vegetarians who think they are helping a greater cause. While the ad may have not successfully turned people vegetarian, it did get people to turn their heads.
Bud Light, 2006
Bud Light commercial from the 2006 Super Bowl where a guy hides Bud Lights all over the office and his co-workers tear up the joint.
Kim Kardashian workout 2011 Super Bowl commercial. One of the ads the Federal Trade Commission says helped Sketchers promote the false health claims of its toning shoes.
Carl’s Jr, 2015
Charlotte McKinney loves to go all natural; it makes her feel better eating nothing but melons and vegetables and all-natural, grass-fed beef. Carl’s Jr. introduces their new All-Natural Burger, the first-ever fast food burger of its kind. Model Charlotte McKinney is the latest model to take part in an overly raunchy Carl’s Jr burger commercial, and just like last year this one has also been banned.