Whether its classic "Saturday Night Live" characters reuniting to help local businesses or a beer commercial that reminds you of the important things in life, Super Bowl LV has plenty of commercials that even people that don't life football will probably love.
The three beverage giants will not be forking out millions for a 30-second advertising spot at the Super Bowl as they normally do.
In his final days, Matt Goodman's dad, John, made sure he would still be able to buy his son his first legally purchased beer on 21st birthday.
"Reject modernity, embrace tradition," a tweet for Budweiser and Bud Light read on August 21.
"I just bought this can today at a 7-Eleven, and it's priced at $1.99," he said while holding the can of soup. So if the price goes up a bit, "who in the world is going to be too bothered?"
It's not really a commercial for beer, but it will tug at your heart-strings.
Some football fans called for people to #BoycottBud, over Budweiser's ad about immigrant co-founder.
Uber-owned Otto sent the first autonomous commercial shipment 120 miles across Colorado.
Animals dominated this year's Super Bowl commercials. Some were better than others.
The teenager is accused of trespassing.
Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller control 30 percent of the global market share and 70 percent in the U.S.