Super Bowl 2013 Commercials: ‘Doritos Crash the Super Bowl’ Ad Finalists Announced


For the seventh year in a row, the fine folks at Doritos are running their “Doritos Crash the Super Bowl” contest where amateur filmmakers get their chance at a breakthrough. The filmmakers create thirty second commercials and submit them to the contest.

This year, the top two commercials will air during the Super Bowl with the best ad, as voted on by the USA Today ad meter, will receive a $1 million prize and the chance to work with Michael Bay in the upcoming Transformers film.

You can view more details of the contest HERE.

While the winner gets the big prize, the runners-up will not be going home empty handed.

The second-place ad will receive $600,000, with third-place receiving a modest $400,000 prize. The fourth and fifth-place finalists will each receive $25,000.

Here are videos of the five finalists and feel free to leave a comment telling us which commercial is your favorite:

In my opinion, the little girl tricking the crazy dog into flying out the window is the one that would be the most well-received from the general public. Second would have to be the blind man at the checkout, because when aren’t shots to the nuts funny?

That said, all of the commercials are brilliantly done and deserving of the rewards — except for the fashionista father. That left a lot to be desired, but I did enjoy seeing the Brett Kiesel look-alike.

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  • Jecob Martin

    This Games Day Ads 2013 goes viral, comes in buzz and give company lots of revenue. Viewers remain on same channel during the break time to see this Ads. Every year popularity of these Ads is increasing.

  • Jane

    I thought all of these were funny, but I like the Goat 4 Sale commercial the best since I watched so many videos of fainting goats and baby goats kicking other goats on the internet last year. I can’t wait to see who wins the number one spot for Doritos this Super Bowl Sunday. I got the day off from my job at DISH because I’m throwing a massive party for my friends and family. Now that I finally got a DISH Hopper, all of my HDTVs in my house are connected to the one Whole-Home HD DVR, but can still be individually controlled. Not only will all my guests be able to watch the game and commercials on different TVs, but also each TV can be paused and rewound without affecting the other TVs.