Ama­zon cash­es in on first-ever Black Fri­day NFL game with $880,000 30-sec­ond ad spots

Ama­zon is slat­ed to broad­cast the first-ever NFL game on Black Fri­day, and it will be charg­ing a pret­ty pen­ny for those look­ing to adver­tise dur­ing the foot­ball game.
The com­pa­ny report­ed­ly charged $880,000 for a 30-sec­ond spot on the broad­cast to be streamed on Ama­zon Prime on Fri­day, which is dou­ble the reg­u­lar adver­tis­ing rate for its tra­di­tion­al Thurs­day Night Foot­ball broad­casts, accord­ing to AdAge.
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While NFL games are syn­ony­mous with Thanks­giv­ing, the league will be adding a game on Black Fri­day this year. Ama­zon secured the broad­cast­ing rights to the game last year, adding to its 15 Thurs­day night games per sea­son.
Three games are played on Thanks­giv­ing, at noon, 4:30 p.m., and 8:20 p.m. The game on Thanks­givin …