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There are two kinds of Super Bowl fans: those who watch for the football and those who watch for the advertisements.
For those who prefer the sport, there were a bunch of great plays in Sunday's game you may want to watch again online -- Ahmad Bradshaw's accidental touchdown comes to mind. For those who prefer the ads, we have just what you were looking for: All the ads from the 2012 game, together in one place.
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Super Bowl commercials once were half-minute clips that only lived on after the game in conversation. Thanks to YouTube and the magic of video sharing, you can watch all the ads online as many times as you would like.
While many of this year's ads were released before the event, the night still included many memorable spots. This year, 30-second spots sold for $3.5 million. That price point sounds expensive, but this is just about the only opportunity of year when viewers actually anticipate commercials. There are, of course, many of us who only watch the Super Bowl for the ads
2012 saw some ads that will certainly be remembered for months to come: Volkswagon's "The Dog Strikes Back," M&M's "Just My Shell," H&M's "David Beckham Bodywear," Best Buy's "Phone Invaders." Lucky for you, you can have a second shot at watching the buzzed ads right here.
But more importantly, we want to hear from you. Which ads did you think were most successful this year? Which brands wasted their money on the year's most expensive commercial slots? Share your analysis with us in the comments.
This story originally published on Mashable here.