This year companies will be spending $4 million for a 30-second spot at Super Bowl XLVIII and, as always, these remain the most expensive ad buys on television. Fortunately, 30 seconds isn’t much time, and $4 million is still quite a bit of money, so companies are marking sure it’s well-spent by releasing their ads online.

To save you the trouble of having to search for all of them – or having to visit any weird “2014 Super Bowl Commercial” website you’ve never heard – we’ve collected all the ads for you to watch right here.

You can allow Budweiser to make you cry again, watch Ellen Degeneres find “The Right Music” and see SodaStream’s uncensored commercial with Scarlett Johansson, among (many) others.

To help make the page loading as quick as possible, the commercials have been split over multiple pages.

Audi – “Doberhuahua”

Axe – “Make Love, Not War”

Bank of America – “Invisible” (U2)

Beats Music – “The Right Music”

Bud Light – “Cool Twist”

Bud Light – “Ian is Up for Anything”

Budweiser – “Puppy Love”

Butterfinger – “Cup Therapy”

Carmax – “Slow Clap”

Cheerios – “Gracie”

Chevrolet – “Romance”

Chevrolet – “Life”

Chobani – “Ransacked”

Chrysler – “America’s Import”

Coke – “It’s Beautiful”

Coke – “Going All the Way”

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee – “George Costanza”

Doritos – “Time Machine”

Doritos – “Cowboy Kid”

Ford – “Nearly Double”

Ford – “Twice as Big”

GoDaddy – “Puppet Master”

GoDaddy – “Bodybuilder”

H&M – “Campaign Film”

Heinz – “If You’re Happy”

Honda – “If You’re Happy”

Hyundai – “Nice”

Hyundai – “Dad’s Sixth Sense”

Intuit – “GoldieBlox”

Jaguar – “Rendezvous”

Kia – “The Truth”

Labatt – “Undomesticated Snowboarding”

M&M – “Delivery”

Maserati – “Strike”

Oikos – “The Spill” (Full House)

Pepsi – “Halftime”

Radio Shack – “The Phone Call”

SodaStream – “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi”

Sonos – “Face Off”

Squarespace – “A Better Web Awaits”

T-Mobile – “No Contract”

T-Mobile – “We Killed the Long-Term Contract”

Toyota – “No Room for Boring”

TurboTax – “Love Hurts”

Volkswagen – “Wings”

WeatherTech – “You Can’t Do That”

Wonderful Pistachios – “Stephen Colbert” (Part 1 & 2)

Super Bowl XLVIII aired Sunday, February 2 @6:30pm on Fox.