The “aw” factor was off the charts. Puppy! Horse! Noses! (Courtesy Budweiser)

RadioShack’s flashback to the ’80s: The perfect amount of nostalgia and self-deprecating humor.

Celebrities from 80s invade a RadioShack to take out the old to make room for the new RadioShack. (RadioShack)

Budweiser’s puppy-horse friendship, which made the whole country go “aww.”

A puppy befriends a Clydesdale in one of Budweiser's Super Bowl ads. (Courtesy of Anheuser-Busch)

T-Mobile’s Tim Tebow spots — the best example of spokesperson-brand synergy.

Tim Tebow describes what he's done during his year without a phone contract in T-Mobile's Super Bowl ad. (T-Mobile)

Quarterback Tim Tebow describes what he's done during his year without a contract in T-Mobile's Super Bowl ad. (T-Mobile)

Coke’s tribute to America’s melting pot.

Coca-Cola celebrates the beauty of America in one of its two Super Bowl ads. (Coca-Cola)

Bud Light’s wild night: Like a mini version of “The Hangover,” with great celebrity cameos.

Bud Light's epic night continues with Don Cheadle, a llama, Arnold Schwarzenegger and OneRepublic. (Budweiser)

 

It’s subjective, of course — so what would you put on your top five? Let us know in the comments. See more Super Bowl commercials on Post TV.