UK February 11
Brands advertising in this year’s Big Game are reportedly spending $6.5 million for a 30-second spot. The price tag makes Super Bowl LVI the most expensive game to advertise in to date, up $1 million from last year’s $5.5 million. Read more below about what that’ll get you.
- Here’s a peek at what $6.5 million can afford a buyer in the digital arena.
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