It's almost Super Bowl Sunday but you don't have to be a football fan to enjoy the commercials. Although the Crash the Doritos ad contest isn't happening this year, there won't be a shortage of entertainment from other advertisers who are banking on fans to watch their ads during the big game.

Kickoff time for Super Bowl 2017 is 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas and you can watch the Patriots face off against the Falcons on your local FOX TV channel.

If you're not near a television, the game, Lady Gaga's halftime show, and many of this year's commercials will also be broadcast online on the free FOX Sports Go live stream.

Several advertisers have already released their Super Bowl LI ads (or teaser ads) online, including the usual lineup of car ads (Mercedes, Kia, Audi, and more), Skittles, Turbo Tax, Sprint, Mr. Clean, T-Mobile, and more. Watch some of the ads below!

And after you check out the commercials, check out the list of advertisers who won't be running an ad this season — there are a few surprises.

Super Bowl 51 commercials

According to AdAge, Ford will air a 90-second ad right before kickoff — it's the first time the automaker has advertised during the Super Bowl in three years. No ad teaser has been released yet.

This is Kia's 8th year advertising during the biggest NFL game of the year. They went all out this year with an ad the features Melissa McCarthy. Take a look at the teaser ad below.

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If you love the Budweiser Clydesdales, they are back this year, but the beer company won't feature any puppies in the 2017 commercial — bummer.

Bud Light is keeping it light — and that's a good thing. No celebrities, no crazy mazes — just real life and good friends. The 60-second ad will feature the tagline “Famous Among Friends."

Mr. Clean will make an appearance during the game and the ad may turn out to be one of the funniest ads of the season.

The first part of the Humpty Dumpty-themed Turbo Tax ad aired during the AFC Championship game, so viewers will have to wait until February 5 to see the watch part two. The final ad spot will air after the game is over.

It's the 50th anniversary of the Mercedes AMG sports brand and the commercial gets an A+. Watch "Born to Be Wild" below.

Who's not airing an ad during SB51?

In addition to Doritos, NFL fans won't see commercials from a number of companies who have run ad spots in the past including Taco Bell, BMW, Mini USA, Heinz, Toyota, Sun Trust, and Butterfinger.

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