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Super Bowl XLVIII Excitement Starts Early With the Fan Site SuperBowl360.com

As the nation prepares for Super Bowl Sunday next month, SuperBowl360.com has added two new articles to its fan site devoted to providing information about the most popular football game in history

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Just in time for Super Bowl 2014, SuperBowl360.com, a fan site devoted to all things Super Bowl, announces the addition of new articles to the site highlighting the nation's most popular football game. SuperBowl360.com is the web's best location to find information about the Super Bowl, its history, and to learn more about the types of Super Bowl bets available.

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The new articles include "The 7 Greatest Banned Super Bowl Commercials of All Time" and "The Worst Super Bowl Blunders of All Time." These articles feature some of the most memorable moments of Super Bowl history, whether because of the action on the field or because of commercials that didn't quite make the cut. These outrageous advertisements and embarrassing missteps are what make up some of the most exciting parts of the popular game that fans remember for years.

According to one of the new articles on the site, "Even those who don't necessarily get excited about football have been known to fast-forward through the action and stop at the commercials. This is because some of the best (and worst) commercials you will ever see run for the very first time during the Super Bowl. Companies put forth their best efforts, in order to be the commercial that everyone remembers and talks about around the water cooler the next day. But in their haste and sometimes misguided effort to make a memorable commercial, some companies go just a little over the line."

With 30 second spots costing as much as four million dollars and more viewers than any other time of the year, SuperBowl360.com imagines commercials for Super Bowl XLVIII are sure to be as exciting as ever.

In addition to the new articles on the site, SuperBowl360.com also features information about all types of Super Bowl odds, bets and tickets available. While the site itself is not a betting site, it contains all the information needed to learn more about betting odds and how to place bets for Super Bowl 48. Fans are encouraged to visit SuperBowl.com for official game information.

About Superbowl360.com:

Superbowl360.com is a fan site focused on providing users with Super Bowl information including history, odds, the different types of Super Bowl bets available, prop bets and articles about popular and interesting football topics. For more information, visit http://www.superbowl360.com.

Media Contact: Randolph Mann, Superbowl360.com, 480 243-8054, [email protected]

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