the 30 second commercials cost 3.5 million, and the 60 second commercials cost 7 million dollars.
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
For a commercial during the 46th Super Bowl it was 3.5 million.
A 30-second commercial aired in Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million.
A 30-second ad in Super Bowl XLV (2011) on CBS costs between $2.5 million and $2.8 million. The record cost for a Super Bowl commercial was during the 2010 Super Bowl on NBC, when ads averaged $3 million a piece.
A 30-second commercial costs about $1 million.
any where between $1mill and $1.5mill depending on length and airing time. while the super bowl commercial costs are $2.5mill per 30s increments.
well it costs $3 million per 30 seconds
In 2010 the average cost of a 30-second commercial was (according to CBS the network that televised Super Bowl XLIV that year) approximately US $3.01 million. This excludes costs and fees for actors,equipment,ad agencies,directors,crewand other personnel.
It costs a lot. A LOT.
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Ad time costs more during the Super Bowl than at other times because advertisers know many millions of people will be watching.
That's kind of like asking how much does dinner cost. You can eat dinner for a couple of bucks, or you can spend $3000. A 15 second television commercial on a local station in a small town can cost $100 to air (plus production costs), or you can buy a 30 second spot on the Super Bowl for several million dollars. It also depends on how many commercials you buy (you get a volume discount), and whether or not you expect the television station to produce the commercial. Putting a video commercial together can be very expensive. I would suggest radio commercials instead. Much more bang for the buck, and production costs are much lower