The Trump campaign has made its first ad buys of the general election, and will soon have commercials running in Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida.

The businessman's first order of ads sees him spending $64,000 in Dayton, Ohio, and $8,000 in Toledo, Ohio, according to NBC News.

The GOP nominee is also investing $270,000 for ads in Orlando, Fla. and $78,000 in Pittsburgh.

Trump's team has also placed a buy in North Carolina, though the exact amount has not yet been disclosed, according to the New York Times.

In total, Trump's first ad buy of the general election is approximately $420,000.

The amount of money that the GOP nominee has just placed on swing states is less than what he spends in a single month on expenses incurred by his Mar-a-Largo resort in Florida.

Furthermore, the amount of money that the Trump campaign has placed on Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania is far below what Hillary Clinton's team has already spent in those same states.

To date, the Clinton team has invested a combined total of $46 million in ad buys in Florida ($23 million), Ohio ($17 million) and Pennsylvania ($6 million).

In Pennsylvania alone, the Clinton campaign spent roughly $500,000 per day from June 15-27 in efforts to reach voters in the Keystone State.

The Democratic candidate has consistently outpaced Trump in terms of ad spending. In some cases, Trump isn't even competing.

The Clinton camp has, for example, placed more than $8 million on television ad buys targeting the Rio Olympics, which start on Aug. 5 and run through Aug. 21, NBC News reported.

The commercials are airing in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida.

The Trump campaign, for its part, has spent exactly zero dollars on Olympic television advertising, according to a survey released by Deep Root Analytics.

Though the Republican candidate's first general election ad buy in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida is meager, the total amount of cash invested in this area could increase by the end of the election.