Where to Watch Super Bowl Ads Online


What’s the best use of online video for all you Patriots fans out there? Re-watching the Super Bowl ads without having to relive the game. If you missed them the first time, or just want another laugh, you can catch the commercials on YouTube, MySpace, NFL.com or Hulu.

Of course, if you only want to watch the cream of the crop, you can check out the 10 spots that made TiVo’s list of top Super Bowl commercial moments right here, thanks to the magic of embeddable players.

1. E-Trade: “Baby” (spitting up)

2. Pepsi Co: “Justin Timberlake”

3. Doritos: “Mouse Trap”

4. Coca-Cola: “James Carville and Bill Frist”

5. Ice Breakers: “Carmen Electra”

6. Bridgestone: “Headlights”

7. Bud Light: “Cavemen”

8. Vitamin Water: “Horse Race”

9. Cars.com Plan B: “Witch Doctor”

10. Life Water: “Thriller”

Not making this list? The Digg Girl and her Doritos commercial. Maybe the nacho cheese chip maker should go back to UGC ads next year.

Also not listed was my personal favorite from yesterday, the “talking stain” from Tide. Genius!


Tony Leach

Hulu does look better in embeds than YouTube, so they’re more pleasant to look at on someone’s site. For now…


Indeed, you might want to reconsider using Hulu to embed the video’s. “Unfortunately this video is not currently available in your country or region. We apologize for the inconvenience.” Is all I get to see over here in Europe.

I can somehow understand Hulu wants to prevent people outside the US watching their tv shows, but if they’re planning on adding content other than tv-shows they need to fix US-only thing.


The Videos are not viewable from Europe… so Hulu is definitely not the best option for embedding.. at least if you want your readers outside of the US actually see the videos.

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