Top brands battle on-air, online during SB50

Commercials served as a backdrop for battles between snack brands Sunday evening.

Skittles sparred with Snickers while Doritos attacked Skittles on Twitter. Check out the commercials and following tweets below. 

You could say it all started with a Skittles commercial featuring Steven Tyler from Aerosmith.

Then Doritos fired off on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Doritos had a commercial of their own. While it didn't target another brand, it certainly made its point.

 

Snickers had its own commercial, and kept its presence up on Twitter.

 

Skittles wasn't going to let Snickers off the hook.

 

Then Snickers decided to bring Taco Bell into the mix after its Quesalupa commercial.

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