Super Bowl Ads 2011 Update: First Super Bowl Ads are Online

Jan 30 2011, 3:20pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

Super Bowl Ads 2011 Update, first Super Bowl Ads can be watched online already
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The 45th Super Bowl is in one week from today. The Steelers will play against the Packers, but that is not the real reason we want to watch the Super Bowl XLV. It is the ads. The wait is over as you can already watch today three official Super Bowl 2011 ads as some advertisers chose to release their ads early on to the web.

Super Bowl 2011 Ads you can watch now:

Additionally a lot of new details about the upcoming Super Bowl ads have surfaced since our last update a week ago. Volkswagen has announced details for the two Super Bowl ads that they will run. One of the VW Super Bowl Ads will feature the new 2012 Passat in a Star Wars theme and the other stars the upcoming 21st Century Beetle. made a big surprise announcing that they will advertise during the Super Bowl 2011. It will be even their first TV ad. Best Buy came forward and announced that Justin Bieber and Ozzy Osbourne will star in their first Super Bowl ad.

Last but not least, Mars has announced that Roseanne Barr and Richard Lewis will star in the Snickers Super Bowl 2011 commercial following the same concept of “You’re Not You When You’re Hungry” as last year that propelled the Snickers spot to #1 on the USA Today Admeter.

We track all official and rumored Super Bowl commercials in our Super Bowl Ads 2011 Guide.

In the last week before the Super Bowl XLV many more advertisers will come forward to confirm their ads or launch social campaigns for their commercials. Get the latest Super Bowl ad news in our Super Bowl for Geeks Hub.

See also our Super Bowl XLV Facts and Times Guide.

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