Millions of people watching the Super Bowl this Sunday, with many of them paying more attention to the commercials rather then the game itself. For many, the big-win will go to the best commercial.
Among advertisers shelling out $2.5 million for a 30-second spot during the big game:
The NFL will even reportedly have the commercials available for free on their website. However, if you can't wait WSLS, reports that the comercials will be available on-line at ifilm.com before the game is even over.
Interestingly enough, ifilm.com doesn't have permission to put these commercials on-line but think about it this way: When you turn on your TV this Sunday, every 30-second commercial costs $2.5 million. So for advertisers, having their commercials online is more bang for their buck.
Another site that I found while researching this story is superbowl-ads.com. Unlike ifilm.com, which for now still has last years ads online and viewable, superbowl-ads.com is a blank page (at least in Mozilla) waiting until the appropriate time to show all the commercials.