Super Bowl time is almost upon us and with it a veritable plethora of clever television commercials. Super Bowl ads also have the reputation of being the most expensive television commercials for the year, according to a story at TV Squad.
However, this year that is not quite as true this year because, for the second time in history, prices for Super Bowl ads have dropped from the previous year.
Given these hard times, I’m curious about which sponsors will even run commercials for the game. Big names like GM and Pepsi aren’t even advertising.
Photo by NFL/Photofunia.
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