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The teams who will compete in Super Bowl XLVIII will not be known until late Sunday evening, but thanks to Youtube we can already see some of the ads which will be aired during the game.

Super Bowl adverts have become a major part of the hype which surrounds the final game of the NFL season, and teasers of this years batch have been released in the YouTube Ad Blitz pregame gallery.

Seven ads in total are available to view, and with heavyweight companies Dorittos, and Pepsi giving us as hint at what is in store, the previews are sure to get fans talking ahead of the big game February 2nd in New York.

The commercials aired during the game are consistently among the most costly ad spaces in television and now companies are seeking to utilise the online market too.

A similar teaser reveal occurred in 2013, and with 80 million hits registered before the kick off last year, the marketing technique is clearly working!

See them here first.

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