The all-time top 20 most-shared Super Bowl ads

As brands begin to roll out their teasers ahead of the big game, Marketing and Unruly look back on the top 20 most-shared Super Bowl ads on social media.

Volkswagen: the number one most-shared Super Bowl ad
Volkswagen: the number one most-shared Super Bowl ad

1. Volkswagen - The Force (2011)

5,245,370 shares

2. Budweiser -  9/11 Commercial (2002)

3,347,092 shares

3. Budweiser – The Clydesdales (2013)

2,737,100 shares

4. Ram Trucks – Farmer (2013)

1,892,089 shares

5. Fast & Furious 6 – Big Game Spot (2013)

1,513,953 shares

6. OK Go - Needing/Getting (2012)

1,249,490 shares

7. Volkswagen – The Bark Side (2012)

901,401 shares

8. Fast Five – Trailer (2011)

888,686 shares

9. Star Trek Into Darkness – Teaser (2013)

707,457 shares

10. M&M – Sexy and I Know It (2012)

545,601 shares

11. Samsung - The Next Big Thing is Already Here (2012)

499,093 shares

12. Chrysler –  Imported From Detroit - Eminem Super Bowl Commercial (2011)

449,541 shares

13. Reebok - Terry Tate Office Linebacker (2003)

421,553 shares

14. Volkswagen – Get In. Get Happy (2013)

372,460 shares

15. Volkswagen – The Dog Strikes Back (2012)

321,705 shares

16. Best Buy – Justin Bieber & Ozzy Osbourne Super Bowl Ad (2011)

261,667 shares

17. Jeep – Whole Again (2013)

241,442 shares

18. Cowboys & Aliens trailer (2010)

229,808

19. Doritos – Goat 4 Sale – Crash the Super Bowl (2013)

215,550 shares

20. Doritos – Best Part – Crash the Super Bowl (2011)

214,962 shares

 

 

 

 

 

 

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