When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday, there is a lot to look forward to. No matter whether you’re a fan of the game or simply love a good excuse to throw a watch party with friends and enjoy some good food, the Super Bowl is always a major event in the US. Of course, the sporting event has also become known for a myriad of other reasons including the annual Halftime Show and of course the Super Bowl commercials!
Super Bowl commercials have become an integral part of the Super Bowl experience. People look forward to these commercials as much as they do the game itself. It’s a showcase for the biggest and best advertisements of the year, and companies are willing to pay millions of dollars for a spot during the big game.
These commercials have become a part of the culture, and they often go viral even before the game is over. The commercials are usually a mix of humor, emotion, and creativity. From the Coca-Cola polar bears to the Budweiser frogs, these commercials have become iconic and memorable for many people.
With millions of viewers tuning in, the Super Bowl commercials are a must-see part of the experience for many people. It’s a time for people to come together, enjoy the game, and watch the best advertisements of the year.
When do the Super Bowl commercials start?
If you’re a fan of the Super Bowl commercials and don’t want to miss any of this year’s big game spots, you’ll want to make sure you’re settled in front of your TV by 6:30 p.m. ET. This is when the big game will be kicking off and when we’ll begin to see the year’s biggest Super Bowl commercials coming our way.
Now, it is worth noting that FOX’s Super Bowl coverage will begin at 1 p.m. ET with the Super Bowl LVII Pregame show. So we might see some new commercials debut in the window leading up to the game’s kickoff — as these spots are often more affordable than the spots that air during the game itself.
However, the technical Super Bowl commercials will be broadcast during the game itself which will kick off at 6:30 p.m. and is expected to run through 10 p.m. ET. FOX will then broadcast the Super Bowl LVII Postgame show, which might also bring some new commercials for viewers to enjoy.