The pre-big game hype has already started on YouTube after the site launched a new channel called YouTube Ad Blitz, which began airing Super Bowl commercial teasers Friday.
More companies have uploaded their commercials to the popular video site to take advantage of the biggest commercial viewership all year prior to the game. The Verge reports YouTube users gave Super Bowl commercials more than 80 million views before the game last year.
Hulu joined the game early for the fourth year in a row by re-launching AdZone, which includes some of the most popular advertisements from past Super Bowl games like Apple’s 1984.
On game day, viewers will be able to re-watch new commercials as they air and vote for their favorites on Hulu and YouTube.
Ad Age reports 30-second spots are going for about $4 million this year, and Fox states they’ve sold all ad space available with more than two weeks to go until the game.