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Pretty much the Super Bowl of advertising

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11:09 AM | 23 January 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Not long left until Super Bowl XLVIII (Sunday 2nd February) and we couldn't be more excited. Read all about the advertising event of year.

Not long left until Super Bowl XLVIII (Sunday 2nd February) and we couldn't be more excited. Not because we're American Football fans, because of the adverts. After all, the Super Bowl is pretty much the Super Bowl of advertising.

This is the advertising event of the year so get ready to see some of the best advertising that 2014 will produce, or at least the most expensive. At an average of $4 million (roughly £2.5 million) for 30 seconds, this makes the X Factor's £200,000 slots seem like a frugal investment.

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