Super Bowl 50 Ads Update

Monday, December 21, 2015

The Super Bowl 50 will be special in many ways. It is a big anniversary for the Big Game and it will take place in the San Francisco Bay Area for the first time in 30 years.

The "Golden Super Bowl" has already proofed golden for CBS. The network is charging advertisers about $5 million for a 30 second spot. CBS is even holding back some ad spots to charge more than $5 million for desperate marketers last minute.

The list of advertisers that announced one or more Super Bowl 50 ad include Acura, LG, PayPal, Wix, SquareSpace, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Intuit, Pepsi, Anheuser-Busch, Doritos, Avocado from Mexico, Snickers, Mtn  Dew, WeatherTech and Skittles.

Find the details in the details in the I4U News Super Bowl 50 Ad Chart.


Details about the announced Super Bowl 50 ads are still secret. We know the most about the Wix Super Bowl 50 Ad. It will star the character from the DreamWorks Animation movie Kung Fu Panda 3.

I4U News expects more Super Bowl ad announcements in the next days ahead of the Holidays. The bulk of Super Bowl 50 commercials will break cover in early January, 2016.
Super Bowl 50 will take place on February 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, at the Levi's Stadium. The stadium is the home of the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Super Bowl 50 will be topping all previous Super Bowl's because of the anniversary. Marketers are flocking to Super Bowl 50 and it will be a huge TV event.

The Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show will be performed by Coldplay. The British band is expected to bring on several guest performers.

CBS will broadcast Super Bowl 50, dedicating a week long special Super Bowl programming to the anniversary Big Game. The Super Bowl 2016 game will be preceded by a weeklong series of public events held throughout the Bay Area.

The Super Bowl City fan village, the NFL Experience and the Media Center will be hosted in San Francisco. Read the latest Super Bowl 50 News.

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