Fifth/Third Bank uses a fictitious Redundancy Incorporated Inc. in their commercial for their new duo bank card. The workers repeat themselves and they even ordered double decker sandwiches, twice-baked potatoes, and bon-bons for lunch.
Almost any asthma medication HAS to use the phrase "like an inhaled corticosteroid" at least 5 times within the commercial. Sheesh, we GET IT!
"Void where prohibited". ... Well duh.
Nationwide Insurance's new mascot: The World's Greatest Spokesperson In The World!
The Monkees' Kool-Aid commercial from 1970, in which Micky Dolenz exclaims, "Hey, let's make some new sugar-sweetened Kool-Aid with the sugar already in it!"
DOMESTOS: KILLS ALL KNOWN GERMS DEAD
Likewise, on the other side of the pond, "Raid: Kills Bugs Dead".
The infamous diabetes insurance Liberty Medical ad contains the following gem: "You know there are many people who dont know their diabeetus testing supplies may be covered by Medicare? Well if you have diabeetus, and you are on Medicare, your testing supplies may be covered."
There's a school in south Florida called CBT College. The "C" stood for "College". The College of Business and Technology College. Way to ruin your credibility before the commercial even starts...
See also UMUC - the University of Maryland University College.
See also the University of California system where the college name is usually an acronym (like UCI or UCSD). You will see on the campus website statements like UCI University (university of California university) or "California's UCI"
Taco Bell once touted a new menu item in a TV commercial as a "grilled carne asada steak". Since "carne asada" translates as "grilled steak", they essentially were advertising a "grilled grilled steak steak". Delicious.
A commercial for Boston Pizza has a man suffering from "turkey brain" after eating too many Christmas leftovers. He describes his symptoms as "the confusion, the sluggishness, the excessive napping, the confusion..."
An ad campaign that began in 2011 encourages you to "Take a Cheetos break With Cheetos".
A Vevo banner ad on YouTube advertising Lady Gaga's performance on "Saturday's SNL".
Partially justified in that regard - understood to be "this coming Saturday's SNL," as opposed to, say, SNL a month from now.
"If you don't have an iPhone, well... you don't have an iPhone."
"In Mexico we speak Spanish, mostly because it's the language we speak."
A Target commercial showed a music teacher singing about all the clothes his students will need for the new school year. Denim was on it 4 times.
A Five Hour Energy campaign has ads ending "Five Hour Energy! Hours and hours of energy!" You mean like five?
A 1980s print ad for Elephant brand floppy disks promoted the need to make backups by explicitly referring to the Department of Redundancy Department, "and what goes on when it goes on!"
A magazine advertisement for a Duel Masters card-pack series (specifically, "Survivors of the Megapocalypse") states "Attack with the Billion-Degree Dragon and watch your opponent run like someone who is under attack and is frightened by that attack!"
There's a commercial on YouTube for Florida orange juice starring Yankees great Mickey Mantle (probably late 50s-early 60s). After the announcer tells us that Mickey needs to drink Florida orange juice every day to play his best ball, because the body doesn't store Vitamin C, Mickey proceeds to say the same thing, almost verbatim.
When Tim Hortons added paninis to its menu, it advertised it now sold "grilled paninis". Seeing as a panini is, by definition, already grilled...
Dutch commercials for Heinz pasta sauce used the phrase "Heinz Pasta Sauce: sauce for on pasta".
A Hoveround commercial where they drop a 4X redundancy in one sentence. "Hoveround builds 'your chair', delivers 'your chair', and will service 'your chair' for as long as you own 'your chair'.
A local commercial for a grocery store informs you that if you shop their competition, you could waste over a hundred dollars, or even more!