If you've got about six million dollars to spare, there may still be time for you to purchase a 30-second spot during the Super Bowl.
Otherwise, CBS is sold out.
The network announced Tuesday that it has sold all of its spots for the Super Bowl, with a record-high average of between $3.7 million and $3.8 million per ad. Last year's average was $3.5 million.
The game, which will take place this year on Feb. 3, is the biggest event on television. It annually draws more than 100 million viewers.
And while many of the companies running ads will look familiar to viewers -- Anheuser-Busch, Toyota, GoDaddy -- CBS chairman and chief executive Leslie Moonves told the New York Times that there's still time for a wild card.
"Yes, we are sold out,” Moonves said. "But if one of those movie companies wants to come in and pay five or six million, we will find room."
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