Bubly Super Bowl 2019 Ad

Posted: Jan 8 2019, 3:58am CST | by , Updated: Feb 1 2019, 1:41am CST, in Super Bowl

 

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Bubly Super Bowl 2019 Ad

Pepsi will give Bubly sparkling water a Super Bowl ad.

Update: Watch the full Bubly Super Bowl 2019 Ad online.

A 30-second Bubly Super Bowl 2019 commercial will mark the first time PepsiCo is advertising Bubly sparkling water during the Big Game. PepsiCo confirmed to AdWeek that the new Bubly brand is getting a Super Bowl ad slot.

Update Jan. 17: The Bubly Super Bowl 2019 Ad teaser reveals Micheal Buble as starring celebrity.

Currently, actor Neil Patrick Harris is pushing the flavored sparkling water. There is a chance that NPH is also appearing in the Bubly Super Bowl 2019 ad.

Find all Super Bowl 2019 Ads in our comprehensive list. Super Bowl 2019 (LIII) will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, home of the Falcons, on Feb. 3, 2019. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in 2017. Super Bowl LIII will be the first Big Game for the stadium. The Super Bowl LIII will be broadcasted by CBS this year and streamed on CBS All Access.

As in past years, we cover the popular Super Bowl commercials. Find out who is spending the millions of Dollars to advertise during the Big Game and watch teasers and the full Super Bowl 2019 ads as they become available.

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