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Thirty-second spots during Super Bowl 51 (LI) are selling for an average of $5 million, which is up about the same as ads from 2016. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on FOX NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas – (Home of the Houston Texans) on Feb. 5, 2017. Super Bowl 51 will feature the champions from both the AFC and NFC, and the Texans won the AFC South, so it could be a home game if they can win during the playoffs. The Pepsi sponsored halftime entertainment features Lady Gaga.

Expect to see these brands grabbing for your attention during Super Bowl 51 (LI) on Feb 5th! (and the weeks surrounding the big game) Automotive: Audi, Buick, Honda, Kia, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz and WeatherTech. Food and Beverage: Anheuser-Busch, Avocados From Mexico, Pepsi, Skittles, Snickers Packaged Goods: Febreze, GNC, Mr. Clean Retail: 84 Lumber

Neilsen Ratings 2016: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl L (2016) on CBS had an average audience of 111.9 million viewers, and was viewed in an average of 54.3 million homes and had a preliminary 46.6 U.S. household rating.

Preliminary estimates also found that 72% of U.S. homes with televisions in use were tuned into the Super Bowl 50 telecast—the highest household share since Super Bowl XVI in 1982. In regard to the social nature of the big game, Nielsen Social noted that 16.9 million Tweets were sent by 3.8 million unique authors about “Super Bowl 50” on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Included within this total Twitter activity for the TV event, 4.6 million Tweets were sent by 1.4 unique authors about the advertisements that aired in the live TV event. Additionally, the most-Tweeted minute during the TV event was at 8:44 p.m. ET, when 162,000 Tweets were sent in the minute following the Super Bowl halftime show.


In this era of the DVR, it’s not uncommon to intentionally not watch a show while it’s live so that you can fast-forward through the commercials.

The Super Bowl is probably the only time when people can’t wait for commercials — some people only “watch” the game for them.

According to Forbes, in 2014 a 30-second commercial cost an outrageous $4 million and double that for a 1-minute commercial — and that doesn’t include the cost to make the commercial.

Last year the Super Bowl was the most watched event in America with more than 108 million viewers, but the really fascinating thing is why people watched. Several studies have proven that 50% of the Super Bowl audience tunes in just to watch the ads.

In 2016, a thirty-second spot during Super Bowl 50 (L) is selling for an average of $5 million, which is up about $500,000 from 2015. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS from Levi’s® Stadium – (Home of the San Francisco 49ers) located in Santa Clara, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area on Feb. 7, 2016. The halftime entertainment includes Coldplay, with both Rihanna and Beyoncé taking part.

Neilsen Ratings 2015: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl XLIX on NBC had an average audience of 114.4 million viewers, which surpassed the previous year’s Super Bowl, and became the most watched television program of all time. The game peaked at 120.8 million viewers during its final minutes. Katy Perry’s performance was also the most watched halftime show in the 49 year history of the event.

Commercials are often considered interruptions to the entertainment we love. But Super Bowl ads are different—instead of being intruders, they are like the “must have” guests that keep a party rockin’.

Some might make you laugh, others might make you tear up — you don’t have to like them but you’re probably going to watch them.

Even if your favorite team is not playing during the biggest night in football, fans can always look forward to the awesome commercials that play during the Super Bowl. And in our social media-driven age, some companies have begun to debut online trailers to build anticipation for their content during the game.



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‘Mean Joe’ Greene Reunited With The Kid From His Famous Super Bowl Commercial, And It Was Heartwarming

from uproxx

best one is probably the Coca-Cola commercial featuring ex-Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman “Mean Joe” Greene and a young fan whose real name is Tommy Okon. If you haven’t seen it in a while, stop what you’re doing and watch it, because it never fails to warm your heart.

CBS has decided to do a special on the best ads in the history of football’s biggest game with the special Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2016. There’s no word as to what will happen, outside of this preview which reunites Greene with Okon. Despite not seeing each other in years, the duo immediately knew they were meeting up with one another. They also discussed why they believe this ad is so beloved by everyone.

Greene no longer looks like a hard-nosed football player, while Okon is now in his 40s, but it’s still heartwarming to see the pair from one of the best commercials of all-time reunite.



Superbowl Commercial Links:


You can Watch all the commercials after they air by clicking here

YouTube Super Bowl 2016 ADs


To view the commercials from Super Bowl 50

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLIX

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVIII

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVII

To view the commercials from Super Bowl XLVI



SB AD Links:

CBS Super Bowl Commercials

autoblog greatest SB car commercials

SB commercials Wiki page

USA Today AD Meter

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