Super Bowl 52, also known as Super Bowl LII, is set for Sunday, Feb. 4, at U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings since the 2016 season. The game will be the first Super Bowl hosted by Minnesota since Super Bowl XXVI on Jan. 26, 1992. This year it's the Eagles vs. the Patriots, but regardless of which teams are in the Super Bowl, commercials before, during and after the game have become must-see TV over the years. Here is everything you need to know about commercials during the 2018 Super Bowl. Where can I watch the Super Bowl and its commercials? Super Bowl 52 will be broadcast on NBC and streamed on the NBC Sports app. A start time has yet to be officially announced but the game has kicked off around 6:30 p.m. ET. in previous years. NBC will also have pre-and-post game coverage. How long are Super Bowl commercials? Super Bowl commercials are typically about 30 seconds in length. How much does a commercial cost during the Super Bowl? NBC will receive about $5 million for a 30-second commercial during its Super Bowl coverage, according to a report by Sports Illustrated media writer Richard Deitsch. Deitsch also reported that as of Jan. 14, NBC had fewer than 10 commercial spots available for purchase.