- Special Features
Blogs & Columns
- Fun & Games
While companies have been spending millions on getting that 30-second spot during the Super Bowl, some have posted their commercials early on the web. Go Daddy, Coca-Cola, Toyota and others have made sure we don’t have to wait until Sunday to see them.
On Friday, Go Daddy revealed the first of its ads, giving The Huffington Post a look at the ad without Danica Patrick, who only has a small cameo. This one features couples talking about having a big Internet idea, but they have to register a .CO first. Bar Rafaeli and Patrick will star in another ad.
According to Business Insider, several other companies have already posted their ads on YouTube. Kate Upton’s sexy ad for Mercedes-Benz has already drawn over 5 million views and shows the model washing a car in slow motion.
Coke has already posted its 60-second ad. The company will have a second 30-second spot shown during the game.
Some ads, like Hyundai's “Don’t Tell Mom,” have already debuted on TV.
A Super Bowl 30-second spot costs an average of $3.8 million this year. The game, between the 49ers and Ravens, is on Sunday in New Orleans.