TAMPA — Super Bowl commercials are the Hollywood blockbusters of advertisement.Due to the cost of buying time during the big game — over $5 million for a 30-second spot this year — and large viewership — nearly 100 million last year — the commercials are typically a company’s most creative and highly-budgeted advertisement of the year.There was a time when you never knew in advance what commercials you would see during the Super Bowl until there was a break in the action.The internet has changed that.Companies now release their full Super Bowl commercials online in advance, send journalists media releases detailing the commercials, and produce video previews promoting what will be seen on Sunday.Here are a few such instances that caught the Tampa Bay Times ’ eyes: Bud Light: Anheuser-Busch said it is abstaining from trotting out the Clydesdales to promote their marque Budweiser brand. Instead the company will donate the money earmarked for that commercial to COVID-19 vaccination awareness efforts. But Anheuser-Busch has not abstained completely from Super Bowl commercials: They have at least four promoting beer brands.In one, past Bud Light icons — including the beer bottle football players from the Bud Bowl and the man who sung the Real Men of Genius song — “join forces to help a delivery driver save an overturned Bud Light truck, and ensure the ice-cold Bud Light makes it to the convenience store,” reads the commercial’s press release.In another, Anheuser-Busch promotes its Bud Light Seltzer Lemonade by preaching that the lemon of a year that was 2020 can be made into lemonade. The commercial features lemons raining down upon events ruined in 2020, such as sporting events and haircuts.Michelob Ultra’s inspirational commercial featuring star athletes questions if happiness is found in victory or if victory is achieved through happiness.And a few months after showing Men’s Health magazine how he bench presses while lying on a perfectly angled tree trunk, Lenny Kravitz is the Super Bowl pitchman for Anheuser-Busch’s Stella Artois. Sam Adams: Anheuser-Busch kept the Clydesdales in their stable this year, so Sam Adams released their own into the streets in a Super Bowl add that seems to take a fun jab at their competitor while promoting Wicked Hazy IPA. Mountain Dew: Land O’Lakes most famous resident , professional wrestler and blockbuster action movie hero John Cena, is the pitchman for Mountain Dew’s Super Bowl commercial. The commercial has not been released, but a preview has. According to the teaser, Mountain Dew will reward $1 million to the first person to tweet the exact number of Mountain Dew Major Melon bottles that appear in the Super Bowl commercial. Frito Lay: Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski starred in Frito Lay’s’ “Twas the Night Before Kickoff” promoting the season’s opening week. Despite starring in this year’s big game and being a Super Bowl legend, Brady doesn’t appear in Frito’s “Twas the Night Before Super Bowl” commercial featuring pajama-clad bickering Super Bowl legends such as Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana and Deion Sanders. Gronkowski makes a brief appearance via game footage. Tide: Of course, the Times would love the Super Bowl commercial starring Jason Alexander. After all, we still celebrate Festivus , a holiday created by his Seinfeld character’s father. But there is another reason. The Tide commercial features a hoodie with Alexander’s face on it. That hoodie is as bizarre as a fake article of clothing featured in a fake commercial that was shot in Tampa more than a decade ago — the Obama Snuggie .Others commercials posted online include a Cheetos musical starring Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis , Amy Schumer walking into a refrigerator of mayonnaise and Chipotle asking if a burrito can change the world.