What does a 30 second commercial cost on ESPN?
3.5 Million for 30 seconds.
For Super Bowl XLII, a 30 second commercial cost $2.7 million.
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.
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLIV cost between $2.5-$2.8 million.
starting cost for a 30-second superbowl commercial is $3million.
A 30-second commercial cost $3 million.
Usually, it will cost 200,000,000 for a 60 second. Not sure about 30 seconds....
2.6 million for a 30 second commercial
A 30 second commercial in Super Bowl XXXV cost $2.1 million.
about 1million i think
A 30-second commercial that aired during Super Bowl XXXVI (played in 2002) cost $1.9 million (in U.S. dollars).
A 30-second commercial aired in Super Bowl XLV will cost $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLV cost $3 million.
The cost for a 30 second advertising commercial on TV truly depends on on what TV station or network it is on. Local television stations usually charges $200 to $1500. National networks charge $342,000 on average.
That would depend on the network and the time / what show.
A 30-second commercial aired in Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million.
the 30 second commercials cost 3.5 million, and the 60 second commercials cost 7 million dollars.
According to answers.com, a 30 second commercial in Super Bowl XXXVIII, played February 1, 2004 cost $2.2 million.
A 30-second ad in Super Bowl XLVI (2012) cost $3.5 million dollars.
It depends on which station you are doing the commercialde no all station are cool
According to CBS, who is broadcasting the game, 30-second spots are being sold for $2.5 to $2.8 million each. In 2009, NBC charged up to $3 million for 30-second ads. This does not include the cost of production and actor's pay. The Super Bowl has always been associated with high profile advertising. In 1995, a 30-second commercial cost around $1 million. See related links for more information on Super Bowl advertising.
For the 2009 Super Bowl (February 1, 2009), NBC charged between $2.4 million and $3 million for a 30-second commercial, but offered discounts to purchasers of multiple spots.
A 30-second commercial during the first Super Bowl in 1967 cost $42,000, a far cry from the $3 million average for an ad for Super Bowl XLIII in 2009
A 30-second commercial costs about $1 million.
it depends what network it is on... in 2001 it would be about 100,000 to 200,000 on NBC
Its cost about 1 million dollars for a 30sec. commercial duriing the super bowl because about 1/3 of the country watches it so imagine about 1/3 of 100 million people WOW!
A 30 second commercial in the 2011 Superbowl, according to CBS(who is broadcasting the game), would be an estimated $2.5 to $2.8 million each. In 2009, NBC charged up to $3,000,000 for a 30- second commercial. In 1995, a Superbowl commercial would cost an estimated $1 million each. I hope that this information has helped you.
Around 2 million for a 30 second spot/
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.
1.5 million for 30 seconds....... so a stupid commercial isn't anything but a BIG waste of money!!!! The average cost for a 30 second spot on national TV at prime time is $122, 133. Link: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/?fa=Articles.showArticle&art_aid=99628
30 second Super Bowl commercials in 2011 sold for between around 3 millions dollars, about $100,000 per second.
2.7 million dollars for a 30 second spot. Anyone want to pitch in ??
The average rate is between $40K to $2M per 30 second slot, depending on the demand of that slot.
The first Super Bowl, which was called the AFL-NFL Championship Game and was televised by both NBC and CBS, had a rate of $42,000 for a 30 second commercial.
For a 30 second commercial spot you would pay between 2.5 to 2.8 million depending on the time in the Olympics you place it. if you place your commercial on something big like swimming, track, or field, it will cost closer to 2.8 million. If you place it on something small like taekwondo, it will cost you 2.5 million.
A 30-second commercial aired during Super Bowl XLV costs $3 million (in U.S. dollars).
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.
depends on when you are airing it
45 million dollars
According to CNN Money, CBS charged $2.6 million for a 30 second commercial for Super Bowl XLI played in February, 2007.
$2.7 million USD
The hornitos tequila commercial That's the 30 second spot, they played the 15 second spot on that tbs funniest commercials
Yes she once did a 30 second commercial for ZAR.
Last year 2007, it cost about $400,000 for a 30 second tv ad for the World Series. Here is a link to the price sheet I found this answer on: http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/article/116044 Charles Teague http://www.viparious.com/
A commercial on the radio for a duration of 30 seconds-the minimum time available at most.
$1,000,000 for 30 seconds.
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)… Read More
According to answers.com, a 30 second ad during the Super Bowl XXXIX telecast cost $2.4 million.