Super Bowl Sponsors Reveal Sponsors List of Sponsors

Sponsors list of the Super Bowl in the US was revealed on Thursday.

The list of sponsors has been shared on Twitter by several companies and organizations including: AT&T, AT&T, Dish Network, eBay, Google, Lyft, McDonalds, McDonald’s Restaurants, Microsoft, PayPal, P&amp, Starbucks, Spotify, Target, Verizon Wireless, Volkswagen and Xerox.

The list of sponsored entities has been revealed by multiple companies and entities including: Amazon, AOL, Apple, Adidas, Adobe, Adidas USA, ATMs, ATvents, Audi, Amazon Studios, BandCamp, Blackberry, Blue Apron, Cisco, Cisco Systems, CTO, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Dropbox, Drip, Ebay, Expedia, FedEx, Facebook, Facebook Inc, Google Ventures, Google Inc, Facebook News Feed, Google News, Hootsuite, Hortonworks, IAC, iBiquity, Incubator, iQI, IHG, IMG, IMS, Innova, KFC, Laptop, Life, LifeChat, Macromedia, Mail.com, Microsoft Office, Netflix, MSN, Microsoft Skype, Microsoft Store, Netflix USA, NTT Docomo, Nokia, Nubia, Oracle, Office 365, Oracle Database, OpenOffice.org, Office Lens, Paypal, Postmates, Netflix U.S., PNC, Red Bull, Samsung, SmartThings, Spotify and TechCrunch.

The Super Bowl sponsor list is one of the most sought after in the country.

A majority of the sponsored entities listed on the list are in the United States, but some entities have a presence in more than one country.

Here is the list of Super Bowl sponsors: American Express, Avon, Dell, Ford, Gap, Hilton, Home Depot, Kmart, Lowe’s, Marriott, Nike, Nordstrom, Old Navy, Oracle (formerly Intel), PayPal, Reddit, Tesla, Vodafone, Walmart, Walmart Stores, Wells Fargo, Whole Foods Market, Yoplait and Zillow.