Top Pepsi Commercials in Super Bowl History

Start Reading

Shady Acres

In this Super Bowl ad from 1990, older people are happy when Pepsi is accidentally brought to their retirement home.

New Look

This ad from the Super Bowl in 1992 may be Pepsi's most well-known. In the ad, two guys look at Cindy Crawford as she gets out of a Ferrari without much on.

I'm Good

This 2009 Super Bowl ad for Pepsi Max is funny and old-fashioned at the same time. Men say, "I'm good!" after a series of more serious mishaps with their bodies.

The Joy of Pepsi

This Super Bowl ad from 2002 is just as well-known and memorable as the Cindy Crawford one.

King's Court

In one of the most expensively made Pepsi Super Bowl ads, Elton John is the king of a court of well-dressed lords who look down their noses at entertainers who are performing for a Pepsi.

This Is the Pepsi

It talked about Pepsi's history and other Super Bowl ads. It talked about Cindy Crawford, Britney Spears, Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, old movies, and more.

More Than OK

The 2019 Pepsi Super Bowl ad was the best take on the Coke vs. Pepsi rivalry because of Steve Carrell's wit, Lil Jon's catchphrase, and Cardi B's attitude.

Get Ready

In 2021, Pepsi made a Super Bowl ad for the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, which is what it is actually called.

Burger King Is Testing New Unique Chicken Fries

Click Here