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All the ads that ran during the Super Bowl so far, in order

Super Bowl 52 is underway.  This is a list of the ads that have run so far.   This year, NBC is reportedly charging  $5 million per 30 seconds  of commercial showing time. Some of the world's biggest companies have spent millions on a premium spot for Sunday night's show.  A note: We've only included the ads that aired nationally. You may recall seeing some other ads during the big game this year, but they were likely regional buys, which won't have aired in all markets.
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