Super Bowl 2011, Everything You Need To Know

Posted: Feb 5 2011, 1:40pm CST | by , Updated: Feb 5 2011, 1:56pm CST, in News | Super Bowl


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Super Bowl 2011, Everything You Need To Know
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The 45th Super Bowl is taking place tomorrow, Sunday Feb. 6. Are you prepared? Two-Thirds of Americans will watch the Super Bowl 2011. If you read this you are likely among them. We have compiled all the information you need to enjoy the Super Bowl XLV. Fox will start the Super Bowl 2011 coverage at 2pm ET. The Big Game coverage starts at 6pm. The Super Bowl Kickoff is supposed at 6:25pm ET or 6:28pm.

The Super Bowl XLV takes place in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, North Texas. For more Super Bowl facts refer to our Super Bowl 2011 Facts and Times Guide.

If you watch the Super Bowl 2011 for the commercials (like most people), we have compiled the full list of Super Bowl 2011 Commercials. You can also already get a sneak peek at lots of 2011 Super Bowl commercials as advertisers have them released early. Watch the first 2011 Super Bowl Commercials.

There will be tons of celebrity appearances in the 2011 Super Bowl commercials. We have put together a list of all Celebrities in Super Bowl ads.

Many Super Bowl viewers will be handling their iPhone or iPad during the game. Here are some suggestions on the Super Bowl Apps and music you can already install on your mobile devices.

The 2011 Super Bowl Halftime Show features the Black Eyed Peas. If the sound of this band is not your thing you can tune in to Pay TV and watch the Lingerie Bowl.

A lot of Super Bowl advertisers have attached Super Bowl contests to their Super Bowl ads. Here you find a list of the best Super Bowl contests where you can win brand-new cars and more.

We will be publishing the 2011 Super Bowl commercials during the game as soon as they become available. Our Super Bowl for Geeks Guide will provide live coverage and reviews of the best Super Bowl ads as in the past years. The Super Bowl 2011 will be again the biggest TV event of the year and the hottest event for TV commercials.


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