AdAge has a chart outining the progression of Super Bowl advertising costs since the very first game in 1967 when a 30-second ad cost $40,000 ($265,ooo in 2009 dollars).

A rough cut of Pepsi’s violent but funny “I’m Good” spot, promoting diet cola for men. This spot is unconfirmed for placement in the game.

MSNBC lists the most infamous Super Bowl ads of all time (sorry BK).

AdAge says bloggers are quiet about this year’s Super Bowl ads. I beg to differ.

Miller High Life’s one second ads (seen here) are expected to reach 70 percent of the Super Bowl viewing audience.

The most viewed Super Bowl commercial on YouTube (aside from the RickRoll at the top of the list):

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One Response to “SPOT LINKS”

  1. angie 

    I wonder if the marketing could work in reverse.

    I wonder if Pepsi could help Britney’s sales now.

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