Cost of the Average Television Commercial


Do you know the cost of the average television commercial? Television commercial ads are very expensive to produce: During Super Bowl 2012, for example, the cost of an average TV ad was about $3.5 million. High viewership means high advertising costs. This is why businesses need to be careful with their advertising spending: getting your ads on television where the public can see them costs a lot of money, and there’s not much point in advertising if your investment completely wipes out your returns.

When you invest in advertising with the Wholesale Airtime Auction, you’ll pay a fraction of the price of a regular TV commercial. Our weekly fire sale auction lets you bid for unsold television airtime on a CPM (cost per thousand) basis. You can also adjust the range of your advertisements on a local, regional, or national level, as appropriate to your target market. With WAA, you have full control over all aspects of your advertising campaign. Our game is reducing the cost of the average television commercial and we’re playing to win.

If you like what you’re reading and you are ready to save 50-95% on your TV and radio ads and campaigns, please go to our Contact Us page to contact one of our representatives. Thank you for visiting The Wholesale Airtime Auction.