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Super Bowl commercials offer celebrities, babies, beer

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Sex sells. Babies sell even more. And advertisers are hoping animals will make you laugh all the way to their stores.

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While the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens battle on the field during Super Bowl XLVII, marketers from Best Buy to M&M to Toyota are competing against each other on advertising's biggest stage. And they're doing so by pulling out the most persuasive tools of their trade.

The stakes are high, with 30-second spots going for as much as $4 million this year. And more than 111 million viewers are expected to tune in.

Here are some ad highlights:

  • Poll

  • Among the commercials we've selected to the left, which one was your favorite?

  • Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:

    Kia "Hotbots"
    2%
    4 votes
    Taco Bell "Viva Young"
    18%
    60 votes
    Coca-Cola "Mirage"
    1%
    2 votes
    Volkswagen "Get In. Get Happy."
    5%
    18 votes
    Doritos "Fashionista Daddy"
    6%
    21 votes
    GoDaddy.com "Perfect Match"
    3%
    9 votes
    Budweiser "Brotherhood"
    52%
    176 votes
    Speed Stick "Unattended Laundry"
    1%
    5 votes
    Kia "Space Babies"
    6%
    21 votes
    Oreo "Whisper Fight"
    6%
    21 votes
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