Travis Kelce has yet to arrive at Super Bowl LVIII, but he has already executed a spectacular move.

According to TMZ, the NFL player paid for a luxury suite for his and Taylor Swift’s family and friends to sit together at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, where the Chiefs will face the San Francisco 49ers.

According to the site, the Midnights singer’s mother, Andrea, father, Scott, and brother, Austin, as well as his girlfriend, Sydney, will sit alongside Travis’ mother, Donna, father, Ed, brother, Jason, and Jason’s wife, Kylie. TMZ reportedly stated that some of Taylor’s pals will accompany her, though it’s unknown whether they’ll be famous friends. It should also be mentioned that Swift has not officially announced whether or not she would attend, although logistically, it is very doable.

According to estimates, the luxurious suite costs anything from $180,000 for four tickets to $1.8 million for 20 tickets. According to DAZN, each suite can hold up to 22 people. The suite features a full-service bar, private lounge, kitchenette and bathroom. And, sure, there is all-you-can-eat food and drinks, including wagyu beef hotdogs, BBQ burned end burritos, carne asada fries, and more.
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Kelce previously mentioned on his New Heights podcast that his Super Bowl attendance is costing him a lot of money.

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“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 told reporters.

At the very least, Mama Kelce will not have to sit in the stands. She previously stated on the Today Show that sitting in a suite seems doubtful owing to sticker shock.

“Well, you can understand that the boxes in Vegas are multimillion dollars,” she went on to say. “So I have a feeling I am not in a box. I have a sensation I am in the stands.”