If you're planning to watch the Super Bowl 2022 at home this Sunday, don't forget to make use of your Amazon Alexa in your game-day preparations. Following the release of the new Alexa advert starring Scarlett Johansson and SNL star Colin Jost, we've rounded up the best Alexa Super Bowl commands ready for the Big Game.
In the market for a new device? Head to our Amazon Alexa review.
Super Bowl Alexa commands
So you've got plenty of drinks cooling in the fridge, football-themed appetizers prepared, and maybe even some banners and balloons. Whether you're cheering on the Los Angeles Rams or Cincinnati Bengals, don't forget Alexa can help by answering these questions:
'Alexa, when is the Super Bowl?'
'Alexa, how do I watch the Super Bowl?'
'Alexa, what is the Super Bowl result?'
You can also ask Alexa for game-day predictions by asking 'Alexa, who’s going to win the Big Game?' Need last-minute food? Ask Alexa where the nearest pizza place is.
For help making delicious guacamole for your Super Bowl party, just tell Alexa to add avocados to your shopping list. Or you can ask for help on how you make it in the first place.
Alexa also provides football jokes and will announce touchdown if you ask her to. What's more, you can get the Superbowl Facts skill on your Alexa device for trivia and lesser-known details on the teams, players, and the halftime show.
Hosting visitors for the first time in ages can be stressful as there's lots to think about. But it just goes to show that Alexa can take some of the weight off.
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost featured in this year’s hilarious Alexa ad for the Big Game this Sunday. You can watch the full advert on YouTube, which, to the surprise of many fans, shows Scarlett with her hair down.
In the advert, Scarlett and Colin are left blown away by Alexa's 'routines' functionality, as they get organized for game day. They also imagine a scary world in which Alexa could read their minds.
With Fire TV, Super Bowl fans in the UK can watch the Big Game on BBC iPlayer and NOW, starting at 11:30 pm, Sunday 13th February.