A 30-second commercial aired in Super Bowl XLV will cost $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
How much does it cost to produce the Super Bowl? (Not just to advertise on it.)
It costs a lot. A LOT.
30 second Super Bowl commercials in 2011 sold for between around 3 millions dollars, about $100,000 per second.
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 aired during Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
The tickets for the 1976 Super Bowl cost $20.00.