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Web Site Gives Fans Sneak Peek at Super Bowl Ads

By Cindy Cha

(KHNL) --Super Bowl is this Sunday and while many are tuning in for the big game, some are watching it only for the commercial ads. Well now fans can get a sneak peek at this year's advertising line-up on the web.

Anheuser-Busch, Pepsi, Coca-Cola and Gatorade are some of the ads you can expect to see this Sunday. But until then, a commercial-voting Web site is giving fans a chance to sound off on their favorite ads.

The undefeated New England Patriots will take on the New York Giants this Super Bowl Sunday but half of you will be tuning out the on-field big game and tuning in to the off-field big budget commercials.

An online poll shows 50% of the 130 million viewers of this year's game will do just that.

Now Spotbowl is giving fans a heads up on what to expect.

The site allows fans to vote for their favorite commercial but this year, it's a lot more than that.

"You can go onto Spotbowl.com even before the game and print out commercial score cards for your party, we have the full line up of all the ads that will be making an appearance in this year's Super bowl," said Mary Pedersen, Associate Creative Director of Pavone.

Sixty ads will be seen in this year's SuperBowl, each carrying a price tag of $2.7 million.

All the big name brand are rolling out a lot of dough to catch audience attention because they know the commercials are half the fun.

"Polls even say that more people talk about the commercials the day after the game then they do about the game itself," said Pedersen.

Spotbowl attracts votes from all 50 states as well as 52 different countries around the world.

The polls will be open until Tuesday

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