How much did the Super Bowl halftime show cost?
Almost three million dollars (askmen.com
They have not paid a halftime act since 1976.
How much does it cost to produce the Super Bowl? (Not just to advertise on it.)
The tickets for the 1976 Super Bowl cost $20.00.
According to answers.com, a 30 second commercial in Super Bowl I cost $42,000. Compare that to a 30 second commecial in Super Bowl XLII at a cost of $2,700,000.
$3.5 million. No joke.
The first Super Bowl wasn't until 1967.
A 30-second ad in Super Bowl XLVI (2012) cost $3.5 million dollars.
A 30 second commercial in Super Bowl XXXV cost $2.1 million.
They cost $20
Every commercial cost 3,500,000 on the super bowl
Around 1.2 to 3.5 million dollars
THe NFL does not pay the acts that perform during the Super Bowl halftime show. It is the largest televised event and provides enormous exposure to audiences all over the world. Artists are happy to obtain this gig and have seen tremendous rises in sales of their songs and albums from it.
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLV cost $3 million.
A 30-second commercial aired in Super Bowl XLV will cost $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
For Super Bowl XLII, a 30 second commercial cost $2.7 million.
The advertisements for Super Bowl XXIV cost $750,000 for a thirty second spot.
The average cost of a 30 second advertisement during the Super Bowl is $3.5 million. Because most advertisements are around that length, that is also representative of the average cost of an advertisement during the Super Bowl for a company.
she didn't actually get paid for her performance. however the amount of publicity from it makes her lots!
How much money does the super bowl ring cost that every player receives for his participation in the super bowl?
About 5 thousand dollars
Around 2 million for a 30 second spot/
super bowl tickets are selling for $2400 and $240 acoding to "stub Hub" .com
The average cost for an ad during the Super Bowl can be as much as $1 million dollars or more for a 30 second advertisement.
A lot of money
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.
According to answers.com, a 30 second commercial in Super Bowl XXXVIII, played February 1, 2004 cost $2.2 million.
How much does a super bowl referee make for the super bowl?
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLIV cost between $2.5-$2.8 million.
According to answers.com, a 30 second ad during the Super Bowl XXXIX telecast cost $2.4 million.
10 dollars and it was not a sellout
$12 was the top price
It costs a total of $127,009.98
You will need to account for the cost of airfare, hotel rooms, food, and tickets.Where you sit at the game will determine how much the tickets cost. How far you have to fly to the game will determine how much the airfare will cost. I would say it would cost a minimum of $750 dollars to go to the Super Bowl.
starting cost for a 30-second superbowl commercial is $3million.
it is about 25,000 per second
About $1600. This is not actual information.
because i like to eat pie
two dollars and fifty cents
how much will a player receive for winning the 2013 super bowl
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
The Vincent Lombardi Trophy (super bowl trophy) is valued at a whopping $12,500. From, Ashley LOL Peace Love BANANAS! Bii!
A 30-second commercial cost $3 million.
It's reported that individual tickets will cost $1000 each.
It costs a lot. A LOT.
Approx $100,000 per second.
From 2k-10k and even higher for suite tickets
4 million dollars for 30 seconds.
3 Million for 30 secs.
2.6 million for a 30 second commercial