Tide Super Bowl 2018 Takes Over Old Spice Guy

Posted: Feb 4 2018, 6:40pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

 

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Tide Super Bowl 2018 Takes Over Old Spice Guy

Tide runs two Super Bowl 2018 ads.

Tide surprised with a second Super Bowl 2018 ad. The first Tide commercial shows David Harbour taking over all Super Bowl ads with Tide. The second one takes over what looks like an Old Spice Super Bowl ad.

"This is an Old-Spice-guy-starring, Old-Spice-horse-featuring, Old-Spice-looking, Old-Spice-sounding and, we can only assume, Old-Spice-smelling Tide ad. Because there are clean clothes," says the brand. Watch the funny Tide commercial below.

Watch all Super Bowl 2018 ads online and enter our Super NES Classic Giveaway on Super Sunday. The Super Bowl 52 brings again must-see Super Bowl commercials. A 30-second spot sells for more than $5 million, but that didn't stop several Super Bowl advertisers to buy time for long-form commercials to tell their story. Storytelling replaces dogs and weird ads.

The Super Bowl 52 Ad Chart lists all Super Bowl 2018 advertisers that have come forward. The commercials of Super Bowl LII are decked out with celebrity appearances, more than ever. Find out if your favorite celebrity appears in a Superbowl 2018 ad in our Super Bowl 2018 celebrity watch list. Besides celebrities, the songs featured in Super Bowl 2018 are the big stars.

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