As the Super Bowl 2015 commercials continue to be released via various YouTube channels from various companies, YouTube makes it pretty easy to discover which of those Super Bowl 2015 commercials are resonating with viewers and getting the most views. Unlike the Super Bowl days of old when the commercials merely came on TV — and not that newfangled thing called YouTube — 2015 puts statistics and data into the viewers hands by using those handy YouTube filters that allow users to sort the videos by their view counts and search for specific terms like “Super Bowl” and “Super Bowl 2015 commercials” in order to uncover how many views the most popular commercials are receiving.
In that spirit, here are some of the top-viewed 2015 Super Bowl commercials, based on their YouTube viewership.
The Bud Light Super Bowl 2015 Commercial – Real Life PacMan #UpForWhatever by Bud Light was uploaded one week ago, but has received an amazing 13,041,758 views since that time. Obviously, viewers are seriously getting inspired by their #UpForWhatever messages found on some Bud Light bottles — hoping for their chance to get into a real-life game of PacMan.
The 2015 Budweiser Super Bowl Commercial “Lost Dog” | Budweiser #BestBuds by Budweiser was uploaded four days ago and has received 18,308,684 views. With Budweiser’s 2015 Super Bowl XLIX commercial “Lost Dog” bringing back their beloved puppy, who is saved by a team of Clydesdales — accompanied by a backdrop of tear-jerking music — it’s easy to see why the beermaker has one of the most popular 2015 Super Bowl commercials on their hands.
NO MORE’s Official Super Bowl Ad: 60 Second by NOMOREorg is truly taking the internet by storm in an unexpected manner. Uploaded five days ago, the thought-provoking ad has received 3,793,121 views on YouTube. It’s the first Super Bowl commercial that tackles the issue of domestic violence and does so in such a poignant way, with a woman pretending to order a pizza, but calls 911 instead.
The McDonald’s: Super Bowl XLIX Pay With Lovin’ by McDonald’s uploaded only two days ago has gained nearly one million views, perhaps because it displays the quirky campaign that McDonald’s is running through February 14, whereby the eatery will select some customers who can “Pay With Lovin'” instead of money.
It’s no surprise that The OFFICIAL Victoria’s Secret Commercial from Superbowl XLIX by Victoria’s Secret would receive more than 809,496 views in six days. Victoria’s Secret Angels commercials tend to get lots of views.
Even Insurgent Super Bowl Pregame ads by MTV are getting major views — more than half-a-million in three days. The new Insurgent trailer, called “She is the One,” will air this Sunday during the Super Bowl Pregame Show.
Of course, there are more Super Bowl 2015 commercials going viral, like the one by Mobie wherein God’s cell phone battery dies, as reported by the Inquisitr. ABC News also lists a bunch of 2015 Super Bowl commercials that are pretty popular with viewers, too.
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