Most know that the Super Bowl not only comes with an exciting football game and half time show, but it’s probably one of the few times when people actually want to watch ads.
With all the online video viewing options, a lot of advertisers are launching their spots early. Here are a few links to some of the ads, but isn’t the game day viewing still the most exciting?
If you haven’t been following along, the NFL teams playing in Super Bowl 2023 are the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. They will be playing the game at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale Arizona on February 12, 2023. Kickoff will be at 3:30 p.m. pst and 6:30 p.m. est.
How To Watch The Game
The game will be airing on Fox TV. If you have cable you’ll be able to watch it that way. If you want to stream the Super Bowl you can catch it on YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu+ and fuboTV.
According to Si.com, the football game is expected to be a close one with both teams having a 14-3 record in the regular season. The Chiefs are attending the Super Bowl for the third time in five years. They have a 1-1 record. The Eagles won the Super Bowl in 2018.
How Much Does A Super Bowl Ad Cost?
You’re probably wondering how much all these Super Bowl ads cost. Well, they aren’t cheap. You’ll find estimated national rates on Statista.com, but a lot of times there are negotiations behind the scenes so it’s really hard to say unless you’re actually considering buying ads. And, there are all kinds of ways to make the cost cheaper like buying in a local market, online, or other creative ways. So, if you’ve considered being a part of the Super bowl ad game, don’t discount it if you don’t have millions of dollars to spend. In some cases, being last minute might be a good thing. If the networks or local stations still have ad space they need to fill you could still possibly find a good buy. So, you might have a shot despite it all.