Coinbase, Budweiser, and more pay an average of $6.5 million for 30-second Super Bowl ads

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A 30-second ad slot for Super Bowl LVI, which airs Sunday on NBC, costs an average of $6.5 million dollars this year, and there is no shortage of buyers, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Companies representing burgeoning industries like cryptocurrency, at-home COVID-19 testing, electric vehicle charging, and online sports gambling will air their first Super Bowl ads this year.

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