Superbowl commercial stats. How to recuperate 3.5 million dollars.

Monday, 06 February 2012 15:12
$3.5 million is the Average cost of a 30-second Super Bowl commercial this year (2012), according to multiple media reports. Here are a few examples of how many products companies will have to sell in order to regenerate 3.5 million in revenue.

Here’s what they’ll have to sell:

583,333: Six packs of beer, at a price of $6 per pack.

2.8 million: 2-liter bottles of Coke or Pepsi at $1.25 per bottle.

117: Automobiles at a price of $30,000 a piece.

368,421: Movie tickets to see the Dictator, Act of Valor, GI Joe, or Avengers at a price of $9.50 each.

28,000 : Bridge Stone Tires at the average price of $125 a tire.

11,706: Galaxy Notes at a price of $299

64,814 : Pairs of skechers shoes at a price of $54

Create a few examples of your own and share them below.