Super Bowl :30 to run $2.4 million

12/30/2004 | Sun (Baltimore), The · New York Post

Advertisers will have to shell out $2.4 million for a 30-second Super Bowl spot, and with about 90% of the inventory already sold, no one seems to be balking at the price. Anheuser-Busch will air 10 of the 58 advertisements seen during the broadcast, and online operations like the domain-name registration firm GoDaddy.com and video game rental site Gameznflix.com will be marking their Super Bowl debuts.

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