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What Could You Buy For the Cost of a Super Bowl Ad?

Business Insider is reporting that a 30-second television advertisement during February’s Super Bowl costs about $5 million—the equivalent of spending $166,667 per second. That got us to thinking about how, for the cost of a half-minute blip on TV, the people spending the money could have instead purchased a yacht… For instance, this 108 ft. Sunseeker […]
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