Super Bowl Ad Sneak Peek

godaddy692NEW ORLEANS, LA — As the Big Easy and the rest of the world readies for next Sunday’s Super Bowl match-up between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, another key match-up looms large:  who’ll win the annual battle for best TV ad?

One perennial contender is GoDaddy.com, a web site that finds ways to offer unusual — and often seductive — commercials during pro football’s title game.

This year the cutting-edge web site spoofs those who are too slow to register their ‘big idea’ on line, and lose out on cashing in.

The stakes this year for advertisers are higher than ever — the cost for 30 second ads in Super Bowl 47 is an estimated four million dollars.

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3 comments

  • Ben B

    I always am flabbergasted that people flock to see advertisements during the Superbowl. Really? There's many art forms that aren't made solely to sell you stuff you don't want. I don't care how creative, kooky, or funny you think these things are, it's a disgusting form and is becoming increasingly prevalent in our society. You can't turn on the television, browse an internet site, or drive to your local grocer without being bombarded with advertisements. Don't be such a mindless sheep, turn this crap off.