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2011 USA Today Admeter Super Bowl Ranking wins Budweiser and Doritos

For the first time in history two Super Bowl Ads are tied for first Place in USA Today Admeter ranking.

Feb 7 2011, 12:39am CST | by

2011 USA Today Admeter Super Bowl Ranking wins Budweiser and Doritos
 
 

The Super Bowl 2011 is over. The Packers won, but what is of course more interesting to us is, which Super Bowl commercial has won. The results of the USA Today Admeter 2011 are in. The dogs have beaten the mini Darth Vader. The Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial Dog Sitter and the Doritos Super Bowl Commercial Pug have taken the first place with the same score.

This is the first time that two Super Bowl are tied for first place in the USA Today Admeter. It is hilarious that both winning ads have a dog theme. On the third spot landed the early favorite, the Volkswagen Super Bowl Ad with The Force.

The results mean also that Doritos is paying out big to one of the fans that created the Dog Sitter ad. For a 1st place in the USA Today Ranking Doritos pays out $1 million.

Noteworthy Commercials on the lower ranks in the USA Today Admeter 2011 ranking are Doritos House Sitter at fourth place and CareerBuilder Ad with the Chimps on sixth place. Watch the top three 2011 Super Bowl commercials according to USA Today Admeter below.

Top 3 Super Bowl Commercials 2011:
1 Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial Dog Sitter

1 Doritos Super Bowl Commercial Pug

3 Volkswagen Super Bowl Ad with The Force.

This was already the 23rd Admeter ranking. Get the complete ranking here.

Watch also our Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials. And to watch all Super Bowl 2011 ads refer to our complete Super Bowl Ad List 2011.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.

 

 

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