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How you can watch the American Super Bowl ads

ABOVE: A preview of commercials for this year’s Super Bowl

TORONTO – Super Bowl means football, greasy food and big-budget advertising.

If you’re watching in Canada (or in the U.S., but you’re planning to down so much beer that you’ll be using those commercial breaks for trips to the bathroom), don’t worry–you can find the Big Game commercials online at sites like SuperBowl-Commercials.org, SuperBowlCommercials2014.org and SuperBowl-ads.com leading up to, during, and after the game.

And in the meantime, here are some teasers and commercials that have been released early.

For fans of The Bachelor this season, you get to see Juan Pablo get scooped by the Yellow M&M:

Then there’s this “banned” SodaStream ad featuring Scarlett Johansson, but don’t get excited–it’s banned because she disparagingly mentions Coke and Pepsi:

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Plus there’s an ad from Axe with the slogan “Make love, not war…with new Axe Peace.” It shows various scenes of war-torn areas outside North America, and has so far garnered mixed reviews:

If a Muppet sing-along featuring Terry Crews is more your style, check out Toyota’s spot here:

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Greek yogurt maker Dannon Oikos has wrangled an almost-Full House with John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget in its ad:

Arnold Schwarzenegger is seen in a commercial for Bud Light, slowly zipping up his ping pong sweat suit before gesticulating above the table:

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And then the Duracell ad that made headlines last week for its inspirational tale of deaf Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman’s rise to success:

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