The price to air a Super Bowl 43commercial on NBC is this year a record $3m. AdAge argues that this huge price tag is still a bargain even in a downward economy.
AdAge describes the success some companies are having with their Super Bowl Ads. Anheuser-Busch for instance says that Super Bowl week is now the 7th biggest selling week of the year for the brewer and it is not in summer.
Apparently the Budweiser brewer reached 46% of adult beer drinkers during last year's Super Bowl. That is quite impressive and therefore no wonder, that companies are willing to pay the $3 million for a Super Bowl ad.
The article also mentions GoDaddy. We already reported about their tremendous success with their risky Super Bowl Ads here.
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