Super Bowl rakes in half a billion dollars in ads

New York (AFP) – Advertisers splurged more than half a billion dollars during the Super Bowl, smashing previous records for an event that is routinely one of the most-watched things on US television. Some of corporate America’s biggest names coughed up an eye-watering average of $5.6 million for a 30-second spot in American football’s razzmatazz-filled final. Car companies, fast food chains and delivery apps were among those clamoring to get their brands in front of the 96.4 million people who watched Tom Brady’s resurgent Tampa Bay Buccaneers trounce young pretender Patrick Mahomes and his Ka…

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