The 2023 Super Bowl May Be Over, But These 4 Commercials Made the Biggest Impact on Consumers

Michelob Ultra saw the highest increase in consumer demand post-Super Bowl.

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By Sam Silverman

We see it, we like it, we want it, we buy it.

It looks like Super Bowl commercials may leave an impact on consumers for well over 30 seconds.

According to a new study by behavioral research company Veylinx, which analyzed the behavior of 1,610 U.S. consumers pre- and post-Super Bowl LVII, ads shown as this year's big game increased product demand among viewers by 6.4%.

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The research measured the change in demand for eight brands (Michelob Ultra, Heineken 0.0%, Hellmann's, Downy Unstopables, Crown Royal, Frito-Lay PopCorners, Pringles, and Pepsi Zero Sugar) and found that Michelob Ultra, which aired a commercial featuring Netflix's new show "Full Swing" and former NFL player Tony Romo, had the highest "in demand" increase after the game at 19%.

Pepsi Zero Sugar followed behind with an 18% increase after the soda company played an ad featuring Ben Stiller. Frito-Lay PopCorners' commercial included Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul and saw a 12% demand growth, while Heineken had an 11% growth after its Super Bowl Ant-Man ad.

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The research also found that women accounted for 21% of the increased demand. Based on this survey, the ads didn't affect men at all — they only made up 1% of the demand growth. However, women make 80% of all purchases and account for 70% to 80% of all consumer spending. Meanwhile "Gen Z viewers were largely unimpressed by the Super Bowl ads," Veylinx noted in a press release, adding that demand decreased by 1% among 18 to 25-year-olds.

Image credit: Courtesy of Veylinx

Commercials at the 2023 Super Bowl hit a record high with a $7 million price tag for a 30-second ad.

Sam Silverman

Entrepreneur Staff

Content Strategy Editor

Sam Silverman is a content strategy editor at Entrepreneur Media. She specializes in search engine optimization (SEO), and her work can be found in The US Sun, Nicki Swift, In Touch Weekly, Life & Style and Health. Her coverage spans from business and tech to entertainment news. Sam is a graduate of Lehigh University and currently resides in NYC. 

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