7 of the best Super Bowl ads of 2015 released in advance of the big game

A lot of people watch the Super Bowl for the ads, myself included, and this year you can get a head start because many of the advertisers released their Super Bowl commercials before the big game.

Many of this year’s ads are warm and fuzzy, with a focus on feeling the good feels. I love it. I know, I’m a marketers dream, as is the rest of my family.

Also, GoDaddy tried and failed to poke fun at the sweet (and possibly cheesy) ads, learning the hard way that doing so irresponsibly can upset a lot of people. I appreciate well-done snark, but that wasn’t it.

With ads costing a staggering $4.5 million price tag for a 30-second spot, according to AdWeek, the ads better be good, and many of them are. Check out some of the best Super Bowl ads for 2015 in the gallery below.

My husband really appreciated the focus on dads, especially the extended one with Kurt Warner talking about how father is not a matter of biology but rather a matter of choice. My tween had a very extended “awwwww” for the Budweiser puppy ad. Which one is your favorite?

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