Top 10 2015 Super Bowl Commercials: Budweiser’s “Lost Dog” In the Lead With 7 Million Views So Far
Ads released before game day have already generated more than 35 million combined views.
Going on television ad metrics firm iSpot.tv’s most recent data, it looks like Budweiser is the Super Bowl advertiser to beat again this year. Released only yesterday, the brand’s “Lost Dog” Super Bowl ad has already generated 7.1 million views, and more than 300,000 social actions.
Last year, Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” was the top Super Bowl ad of the year, winning over 1.3 million shares and more than 23 million views by game day.
Based on number of views and social actions, iSpot.tv has ranked the top ten Super Bowl XLIX ads released so far. The total combined views for all ten commercials has already reached more than 35.6 million, with the top three ads generating more than 6 million views each.
With all the pre-game activity happening online, it’s difficult to imagine a Super Bowl ad that has yet to drop catching up with the video ads that have already garnered so much attention.
iSpot’s Top 10 Super Bowl Ads
1. Budweiser’s “Lost Dog”
2. T-Mobile’s “Kim’s Data Stash”
3. Bud Light’s “Real Life PacMan”
4. Carl Jr.’s “Au Natural”
5. Victoria’s Secrets “Angels Play Football”
6. Joyful Heart Foundation’s “911 Delivery”
7. BMW’s “Newfangled Idea”
8. Snicker’s “The Brady Bunch”
9. Old Spice’s “Nightmare Face”
10. Nissan’s “Dude Perfect: Dad Edition
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