Super Bowl 2024: Travis Kelce Plays Big, spending millions to ensure Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s families sit in the same super VIP suite at the Las Vegas Super Bowl to ensure they can watch together. However, Taylor Swift’s latest move is what fans are most worried about.

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce‘s families will be sharing a Super Bowl suite this Sunday, a new report has confirmed, with the Chiefs tight end shelling out ‘well over $1million’ to reserve the seats.

Kelce joked earlier this week about ‘losing all the money‘ to make sure his family and friends could watch the game in Las Vegas, in which the Chiefs will face the 49ers.

And according to TMZ, Kelce has made good on that promise, with Taylor’s parents Andrea and Scott, his brother Austin and his girlfriend Sydney set to sit with Travis’ parents Donna and Ed, brother Jason and sister-in-law Kylie.

Taylor is expected to be at the game as well, though it is unclear whether she’ll be in the suite that Kelce paid for or if she’ll be sitting separately with friends.

Donna recently claimed she will not be in one of the VIP suites at Allegiant Stadium as they cost ‘multi-million dollars’ – but her son Travis has apparently paid up so that she can watch in luxury.

Travis Kelce has reportedly paid up to allow his family and friends to watch the game in luxury

Travis Kelce has reportedly paid up to allow his family and friends to watch the game in luxury

Kelce and pop star Taylor Swift have been the talk of the NFL season with their romance

Kelce and pop star Taylor Swift have been the talk of the NFL season with their romance

Swift and Kelce's mom, Donna, have been pictured watching in suites together before

Swift and Kelce’s mom, Donna, have been pictured watching in suites together before

‘I’m not really doing much different other than just counting how much money I’m spending on this damn Super Bowl for family and friends to come,’ he said on his ‘New Heights’ podcast.

‘Just making sure I’m on top of those finances and losing all this money.’

Swift has already attended 12 of Kelce’s games this season and has been spotted taking in the action next to Donna on several occasions.

Travis and Taylor publicly debuted their relationship in September and Swift has been a fixture at Chiefs games ever since.

She is flying back from Tokyo, where her Eras Tour has stopped, for the big game.

 

Swift headed straight from the stage to her private jet at Haneda Airport to fly back to America

Swift headed straight from the stage to her private jet at Haneda Airport to fly back to America

The Japanese Embassy in Washington posted on social media that she would make the Super Bowl in time, including in their statement three Swift song titles – ‘Speak Now’, ‘Fearless’ and ‘Red.’

‘If she departs Tokyo in the evening after her concert, she should comfortably arrive in Las Vegas before the Super Bowl begins,’ it said.

The Associated Press reported that Swift stepped off stage at the Tokyo Dome on Saturday night and was rushed straight to her private jet at Haneda Airport.

The journey will see her travel 12 hours and 9,000 miles to see her boyfriend potentially capture his third Super Bowl ring.

Others travelling to Vegas from Kansas City commercially may have flown on the aptly-named flight UA 1989 on United Airlines.

Red and yellow flags draped over the back of seats, saying 'proud to fly the Kansas City Chiefs'

Red and yellow flags draped over the back of seats, saying ‘proud to fly the Kansas City Chiefs’

United teased the flight by posting a photo of a plane ticket with three friendship bracelets

United teased the flight by posting a photo of a plane ticket with three friendship bracelets

The flight number is a clear homage to Swift’s 1989 album.

Flight 1989 gave a warm welcome to the traveling Chiefs Kingdom with red and yellow flags draped over the back of seats, hailing United as ‘proud to fly the Kansas City Chiefs ‘.

United’s official X account also teased the flight by posting a photo of a plane ticket with three friendship bracelets, with one spelling out the airline’s name, as a nod to the Swifties’ custom of exchanging the pieces of jewelry at her Eras Tour concerts.

Kelce and the Chiefs are gearing up for their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years on Sunday, where they will aim to become the first team to retain it in almost 20 years.

The 49ers, meanwhile, are looking for their first Super Bowl since the 1994 season.

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