How much would it cost if you bought everything advertised in an NFL game?

Image from a Duracell AD featuring Derrick Coleman
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Image from a Duracell AD featuring Derrick Coleman

How much would it cost if you bought everything advertised in an NFL game? A lot.

The Verge's Vlad Savov sat in front of his television last Thursday and decided to create an extensive account of every commercial broadcast during the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns. The results were expensive to say the least.

According to his account, Savov counted 115 commercials that aired in the span of 3 hours and 22 minutes.

After compiling the list of commercials, Savov then researched the exact retail price of every item or service that was advertised. The grand total came out to a staggering $785,216.96.

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The advertisements ranged from the $62,000.00 Lexus RC F to dollar nuggets from the McDonald's Dollar Menu. However, some of the ads didn't contain a listed price because they were simply sponsorship plugs hosted by Thursday Night Football.

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Read the full story and see the full list of advertisements on The Verge