Trump, Bloomberg each reserve $10 million Super Bowl ad spots

by Laura Mize · Jan 8th, 2020 12:47 pm

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg will run dueling ad spots at this year's Super Bowl, with each paying an estimated $10 million to reserve a 60-second slot during the February 2 game.

The Iowa caucuses will take place the day after the Super Bowl.

Experts anticipate enormous campaign spending by each of the men. Bloomberg's campaign has already dropped $170 million on advertising and the Republican National Committee raised $463 million in 2019.


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