Saying goodbye after 25 years doesn’t come cheap.
A 30-second spot on the “The Oprah Winfrey Show’s” series finale next month will set advertisers back at least $1 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Spots during the May 25 event could even cost companies more, depending on when in the broadcast they, THR reported.
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The $1 million price tag is reportedly unheard of for daytime TV, but in line with past series send-offs in primetime.
“Lost” charged $900,000 for its 2010 finale, while advertisers paid $1.42 million to sponsor “Seinfeld’s” goodbye, THR reported.
The final “Friends” spots back in 2004 went for around $2 million, as 52.5 million viewers tuned in, E! News reported.
By comparison, the average 30-second Super Bowl commercial cost $3 million in 2011, according to Business Insider.