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FILE - In this Dec. 3, 2017 file photo, New England Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy (53) and defensive lineman Malcolm Brown (90) celebrate a defensive stop during the second half of an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y. The Patriots beat the Bills 23-3. The Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles are set to meet in Super Bowl 52 on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus, File)

SALT LAKE CITY — Not everyone watches the Super Bowl for the football.

A 2016 study from HuffPost/YouGov found that 26 percent of young Americans only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, while 24 percent prefer to see the game.

The survey found that older Americans still prefer watching the big game itself.

Still, there’s a shift toward Americans enjoying commercials more than sport.

“Pro football is boring. I feel nothing for any of the teams,” said Sara Boboltz, a 26-year-old entertainment editor at The Huffington Post. “Super Bowl commercials, though, are essentially … insanely expensive mini-movies with ultra-heavy-handed product placement, and watching them is the one time per year that I willingly subject myself to television commercials. I don’t say this lightly: Super Bowl ads are not bad.”

Similarly, a 2016 study from the Burson-Marsteller Fan Experience found that plenty of Americans wish advertisers wouldn’t release their ads ahead of time, according to AdWeek.

“We found a lot of people who’d prefer to see the ads for the first time during the game,” Fan Experience chair Jason Teitler said. “They want the surprise factor.”

But if you are not one of those who wants to see their Super Bowl ads revealed during the big game, there are a handful of ads already online. Here are 11 Super Bowl commercials you’ll likely see on Sunday night.

Amazon — “Did Alexa Lose her Voice?”

This commercial features Gordon Ramsey, Cardi B and Anthony Hopkins all pretending to be Alexa.

PETA — “Redemption”

Actor James Cromwell gives his confession at a church revealing his company’s meat-packaging issues, which is a way for Peta to promote vegan eating.

Pringles — “Wow”

Comedian Bill Hader says “wow” a bunch of time for this Pringles commercial.

M&Ms — “Human”

Danny DeVito stars as a red M&M in this commercial for the popular candy treat.

Tide — “Bradshaw’s Locked Out”

No Tide pods here. Legendary quarterback Terry Bradshaw gets locked out of his trailer.

Universal Studios — “Peyton Manning: Vacation Quarterback”

Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning takes a vacation.

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Doritos & Mountain Dew — “Blaze vs. Ice”

Mountain Dew and Doritos team up with Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman for one epic commercial.

Jack in the Box — "Jack vs. Martha"

Matha Stewart stars in this ad for the fast food chain Jack in the Box.

Pepsi — "This Is The Pepsi"

Pepsi’s latest commercial includes Cindy Crawford, Britney Spears, Kyrie Irving's "Uncle Drew," Jeff Gordon and Michael Jackson.

Coca-Cola — "The Wonder of Us"

Coke’s 12th-consecutive ad promotes diversity.