Coca Cola Super Bowl 2018 Ad

Posted: Jan 16 2018, 2:14am CST | by , in News | Super Bowl


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Coca Cola Super Bowl 2018 Ad

The Coca-Cola Super Bowl 2018 commercial will be all new.

The Coca-Cola Super Bowl 2018 commercial will be brand new. Last year, Coke ran an old Super Bowl ad. Coca-Cola only confirmed to AdAge to advertise at the Super Bowl 2018, but has not provided any details so far.

Coke is once again facing off against rival Pepsi in the Super Bowl 2018. The Pepsi Super Bowl 2018 ad will bring back Cindy Crawford. We will update this post as soon as the details of the Coca Cola Super Bowl 2018 commercial emerge.

There are about 20 Super Bowl 2018 ads that have been announced as of January 16. This much lower than in past years at three weeks ahead of the Big Game. Super Bowl advertisers are announcing their expensive commercials closer to the Big Game than in past years as consumers attention span is decreasing. Another factor is the fear of social media backlash in case the commercials hit the wrong buttons.

Most of the Super Bowl 2018 social media and marketing campaigns will kick off in the week before the Super Bowl taking place on Sunday, Feb. 4. Find all announced commercials in Super Bowl 2018 ads chart. Read the latest Super Bowl 2018 ad news. Check out also the best Super Bowl 2018 TV deals.

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