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By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, February 3, 2012
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MasterCard: "Priceless"

Ads work best when they take on lives of their own, and the "Priceless" meme that MasterCard launched in the late 1990s has blossomed into a popular culture subculture on its own. YouTube hosts thousands of "Priceless" spoofs and homages, proving the durability of a theme that advertising industry insiders once panned as stale.

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