Super Bowl chegando e o AdAge já listou as marcas confirmadas até agora para marcarem presença no break mais caro do mundo, que está sendo comercializado nesta edição de 2019 pela bagatela de 5 milhões de dólares por 30 segundinhos.
Confira abaixo a lista dos anunciantes confirmados até agora.
As Marcas Confirmadas
Beverages Anheuser-Busch InBev
Buy: The world’s largest brewer made its biggest Super Bowl ad buy in recent memory with eight ads, totaling five-and-a-half minutes. They will be broken into four 45-second spots, three 30-second ads and one 60-second spot.
Creative: Ads will run for Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Stella Artois and Bon & Viv SpikedSeltzer, a flavored malt beverage brand that is being repositioned with fewer calories and no sugar. While the brewer has not revealed ad themes, it says it wants to “elevate beer,” while avoiding anything that looks political. A couple of line extensions will get ads: Michelob Ultra Pure Gold, which is made from organic grains; and Budweiser Copper Lager, a co-branded beer with Jim Beam.
Buy: Audi will return to Super Bowl LIII after skipping the game last year with one 60-second spot in the second quarter.
Creative: The luxury automaker will spotlight its electric vehicle ambitions, as it prepares to launch three battery electric vehicles in the next three years.
Agencies: Venables Bell & Partners.
Food Avocados From Mexico
Buy: One 30-second ad expected to run in the second quarter. It’s the fifth consecutive Super Bowl appearance forAvocados From Mexico, the marketing arm of Mexican Hass Avocado Importers Association.
Creative: The big game buy will kick off an “Always Worth It” campaign and features actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth and some dogs. Avocados From Mexico released a teaser of the spot on Jan. 22. The spot will roll together themes from its prior Super Bowl ads including the year-round availability of avocados, the good fat they contain and their versatility.
Beverages Bubly (PepsiCo)
Buy: Bubly, PepsiCo’s sparkling water brand, will make its Super Bowl debut with one 30-second ad.
Creative: Canadian crooner Michael Buble is featured in the ad for no other reason than the word Bubly looks like Bublé. A teaser video released on Jan. 17 shows the singer on a supermarket floor, permanent marker in hand, changing the ‘y’ in Bubly to é. The ad will also feature comedienne Aparna Nancherla.
Agencies: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Buy: The dating app will air its first Super Bowl ad in the first-half of the Big Game.
Creative: Tennis pro Serena Williams will star in Bumble’s commercial, which was entirely produced by a team of women. The campaign, titled “The Ball is in Her Court,” is focused on women making the first move in dating, friendship and business. Bumble released a teaser of the spot on Jan. 15 showing Williams on the tennis court.
Food Devour (Kraft Heinz)
Buy: Kraft Heinz frozen food brand Devour will air a 30-second spot in the third quarter of the game.
Creative: Details haven’t been disclosed yet, but Katy Marshall, head of marketing for Devour, said to expect the Super Bowl spot to build on the brand’s “unapologetic stand” for crave-worthy frozen food. Devour launched in 2016 with the suggestive tagline “Food You Want to Fork.”
Agencies: David Miami
Food Doritos (PepsiCo)
Buy: Doritos will air one 30-second spot.
Creative: Doritos released a teaser for its spot, which will promote its newest flavor, Flamin’ Hot Nacho, on Jan. 17. The teaser showed Chance the Rapper alongside boy band Backstreet Boys and their iconic pop song “I Want It That Way.”
Agencies: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
Buy: Expensify will air not only its first ever Super Bowl ad but its first TV ad during Super Bowl LIII. A 30-second spot will air in the second quarter.
Creative: Expensify’s ad will feature two unnamed celebrities and promises to be “an entertaining and elaborate twist on one of the most tedious financial management tasks in the workplace and beyond: filing expense reports,” Expensify Founder and CEO David Barrett said in a statement.
Agencies: JohnXHannes New York
Buy: Hyundai will air one 60-second spot in the first quarter.
Creative: After taking a serious tone the past two years, Hyundai will pivot back to humor with an ad starring Jason Bateman. The spot will feature Hyundai’s “Shopper Assurance” program, which is a suite of services meant to modernize the car-buying experience, such as flexible test drives in which cars are delivered directly to consumers. The vehicle in the ad is the 2020 Palisade SUV.
Agency: Innocean Worldwide
Buy: Kia will return for its 10th consecutive Super Bow ad.
Creative: After several years featuring pop icons like Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and actress Melissa McCarthy, Kia will not use a celebrity in its spot. Instead, it will plug its “The Great Unknowns Scholarship,” which it says will help “help young people in need get a foothold in higher education.” The effort was teased with an ad that ran on Jan. 20 during the NFC Championship game on Fox that sought to connect Kia to commoners, not A-listers.
Agency: David & Goliath
Food M&M’s (Mars)
Buy: M&M’s is returning to the Super Bowl with its fifth Big Game spot in the past decade. The 30-second commercial will air during the first commercial break following the kick-off.
Creative: Undisclosed, but M&M’s brand director said the spot will “see the return of fan-favorite spokescandies, along with big news from the brand that we know fans will love.”
Agencies: BBDO New York
Buy: After sitting out last year, Mercedes-Benz is returning to the Super Bowl with an undisclosed buy. With this season’s game taking place in Atlanta, home of its U.S. headquarters, the automaker’s return seemed inevitable.
Creative: Ludacris will appear in Mercedes’ ad, which will promote the A-Class vehicle.
Agency: Mercedes’ lead creative agency in the U.S. is Merkley & Partners.
Entertainment National Football League
Buy: The NFL will run one 90-second ad.
Creative: The ad will kick off the celebration of the NFL’s 100th season, which begins after the Super Bowl. The league is planning a year-long series of “NFL 100” events. Programs include forming a panel of former players, general managers, coaches, NFL historians and media to select the “All-Time Team” and the 10 greatest coaches in NFL history.
CPG Olay (Procter & Gamble)
Buy: Procter & Gamble’s beauty brand Olay will run its first Super Bowl ad with a 30-second spot airing in the first quarter.
Creative: While the company hasn’t provided details on the creative, Stephanie Robertson, director of North American skincare for P&G, said “it is unexpected and designed to feature the killer skin transformation that women have come to expect from Olay.”
Agencies: Saatchi & Saatchi
Beverages Pepsi (PepsiCo)
Buy: Pepsi will air one 30-second spot for its flagship beverage brand.
Creative: The ad, called “Acting lessons,” will include Lil Jon, who is also rumored to be part of the Pepsi-sponsored halftime show. Pepsi released a teaser of the ad on Jan. 18 showing the rapper and Atlanta native inside a diner pouring a Pepsi fountain drink, while saying, “Okayyy,” which is his signature catchphrase.
Agencies: Goodby, Silverstein & Partners
CPG Persil ProClean (Henkel)
Buy: Persil ProClean will return for its fourth consecutive Super Bowl.
Creative: Persil will bring back its character “The Professional” played by “Younger” star Peter Hermann.
Agencies: DDB New York
Food Planters (Kraft Heinz)
Buy: Kraft Heinz nut brand Planters will air a 30-second spot in the second quarter of the game.
Creative: Planters’ second Super Bowl ad (it appeared back in 2008) will feature the Mr. Peanut spokesman character and a celebrity. The tagline is “always there in crunch time,” and it appears Motley Crue is working on the music for the spot.
Food Pringles (Kellogg)
Buy: The Kellogg Co. salty snack brand will return to the Super Bowl after making its big game debut in 2018.
Creative: Pringles released three teasers on Jan. 17 for its new “flavor stacking” commercial. Pringles isn’t including a celebrity this time around, but will showcase “an emotional smart device and an iconic song,” the Kellogg Co. snack brand said. Each of the six-second teasers features a smart speaker, similar to an Amazon Echo or Google Home. In one of the teasers, the speaker’s voice is heard saying, “I cannot taste Pringles, only order them.”
Agencies: WPP’s Grey, which also did the Pringles spot that aired in the 2018 game.
CPG Total (Colgate)
Buy: Colgate-Palmolive Co.’s flagship oral-care brand Total will air a 30-second spot in the third quarter of the game.
Creative: Total became the first Super Bowl LIII marketer to release its ad on Jan. 18. In the spot, Luke Wilson, gets very, very close to his colleagues, showing off the toothpaste’s power. The commercial was directed by Bryan Buckley. Colgate last advertised in the 2016 Super Bowl with a spot reminding people to turn off the water as they brush their teeth.
Agencies: WPP’s Red Fuse Communications.
Buy: Toyota will appear in the Super Bowl for its second consecutive year with an undisclosed number of spots.
Creative: The ad will plug the RAV4 compact crossover.
Agency: Burrell Communications, Toyota’s multi-cultural agency, will help create the spot. Saatchi & Saatchi normally takes the creative lead on Toyota’s big general market campaigns, including previous Super Bowl ads. So Burrell’s assignment represents a significant win for the agency.
Financial/Insurance TurboTax (Intuit)
Buy: Intuit is returning to the Super Bowl for its sixth consecutive commercial. The spot is part of a new marketing investment parent company Intuit is making in the National Football League. Intuit struck a deal to make its TurboTax Live product the presenting sponsor of the AFC and NFC championship games played on Jan. 20.
Agencies: Creative is expected to be handled by Wieden & Kennedy, which did TurboTax’s 2018 spot.
Miscellaneous Turkish Airlines
Buy: Turkish Airlines is returning for its third consecutive Super Bowl with a 30-second spot airing in the first quarter.
Buy: Verizon will air a 60-second spot, making this its second consecutive appearance in the Big Game.
Creative: The carrier will once again use the Super Bowl to salute first responders, as it did last year. It’s debuting the campaign on Jan. 20, though the actual Super Bowl spot will not be revealed until the broadcast.
Buy: WeatherTech returns for its sixth consecutive Super Bowl with one 45-second ad.
Creative: Undisclosed, but the car-mat maker will once again lean into its “Made in America” messaging.
Agency: Pinnacle Advertising