Expensify Super Bowl 2019 Ad Features 2 Chainz And Adam Scott

Posted: Jan 25 2019, 4:29am CST | by , in Super Bowl

 

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Expensify Super Bowl 2019 Ad Features 2 Chainz and Adam Scott

expense management platform released a music video that you can expense.

The Expensify a comedic music video, "Expensify This," featuring Grammy award-winning rapper and Def Jam Recordings artist 2 Chainz and actor Adam Scott. The music video, which takes a funny and elaborate twist on workplace expenses, is the world's first music video you can expense. From now until February 4, fans simply download the Expensify app and snap a photo of the various receipts in the video. Then, they submit the receipts for a chance to get actual cash or win the items themselves. Prizes range from an ice-sculpted sports car, an Audi R8 and a decked-out gold jet ski to a diamond-encrusted football and a gold 2 Chainz bust.

Rapper 2 Chainz and Adam Scott will both also appear in Expensify's upcoming Super Bowl 2019 ad.

A final prize will be revealed during Expensify's Super Bowl 2019 ad, a first-of-its-kind commercial you can expense. The spot featuring 2 Chainz and Adam Scott will air during the second quarter of the game and give a sneak peek behind the making of the "Expensify This" music video.

The 30s spot was directed by DGA award winner Andreas Nilsson of Biscuit Filmworks. For a chance to take home the most elaborate prize of all, viewers simply snap a photo of the receipt in the TV commercial and upload into the Expensify app.

"So much creativity and collaboration went into making this video," said 2 Chainz. "It was really over the top and a lot of fun. I'm excited to be in the Expensify Super Bowl campaign and can't wait for everyone to see the spot."

"I've always wanted to be in a hip hop video and a Super Bowl commercial, so mission accomplished," said Adam Scott. "Thanks 2 Chainz and Expensify for making it happen."

Watch all Super Bowl 2019 Ads as soon as they are released online. Super Bowl 2019 (LIII) will take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, home of the Falcons, on Feb. 3, 2019. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in 2017. Super Bowl LIII will be the first Big Game for the stadium. The Super Bowl LIII will be broadcasted by CBS this year and streamed on CBS All Access.

As in past years, we cover the popular Super Bowl commercials. Find out who is spending the millions of Dollars to advertise during the Big Game and watch teasers and the full Super Bowl 2019 ads as they become available.

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