Last week, a source confirmed to Page Six that Taylor Swift will be traveling over 5,500 miles from Tokyo to Las Vegas to watch her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, play in the Super Bowl next Sunday. Swift is playing in the Japanese city on February 10, but thanks to the time difference, she can easily make it back to Vegas in time for the big game on February 11. “It’s a brutal flight, but she’ll get on her plane right after the concert,” the outlet’s source said.
On February 1, Page Six ran a little intel on where Swift will be seated in Allegiant Stadium to watch the Kansas City Chiefs face the Francisco 49ers. Her exact seat is still up in the air, as Super Bowl tickets are very coveted. Athletes who make the game, per Page Six, do not “get automatic access to comped tickets or suites—and we’re told there’s only one VIP box left to purchase in Allegiant Stadium.”
Still, a source did share one hint about where Swift will be: “with her friends or sitting with Brittany [Mahomes, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ wife] since they are close.”
There is the possibility Kelce could buy a VIP suite (or already has) for his family and Swift to watch the game in. Page Six reached out to his rep, who did not respond to the request for comment.
Kelce later spoke about how much money he spent buying seating for his friends and family on New Heights. He did not reveal whether he bought a suite or not.
He said in the podcast episode that ran on Thursday, February 8, “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. Just making sure I’m on top of those finances and losing all this money.”
He did not reveal whether Swift would be among the family and friends he bought seats or a VIP suite for, but she has appeared with his family in suites during past games.
His mom, Donna Kelce, revealed a day before that due to pricing, she does not expect to be in a VIP suite. “You can understand that the boxes in Vegas are multimillion dollars, so I have a feeling I’m not in a box,” she said on Wednesday’s Today show. “I have a feeling I’m in the stands, so far as I know I’m in the stands with everybody else because it is a pricey Super Bowl.”
Swift’s seat is not known yet. One thing is guaranteed though: The NFL’s cameras will find Swift on Super Bowl night like they have at every other Chiefs game she has attended.
Swift spoke to Time in December about the attention she gets when she attends her boyfriend’s games. “I don’t know how they know what suite I’m in,” she said. “There’s a camera, like, a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the-camera is putting you in the broadcast, so I don’t know if I’m being shown 17 times or once.”
She added that she isn’t there to seek attention. “I’m just there to support Travis. I have no awareness of if I’m being shown too much and pissing off a few dads, Brads, and Chads.”
Kelce made a similar comment on The Pat McAfee Show last Wednesday about how he hopes the public sees him and Swift. “It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it?” Kelce said of their love story. “And then hopefully everyone realizes that we’re just two people in a relationship supporting each other and having fun with it, man. It’s nothing more than that as much as the world wants to paint the picture and make us the enemy, we just have fun with it. We enjoy every single bit of it. And sure enough, I love it when Taylor comes to support me and enjoys the game with the fam and friends. It’s been nothing than just a wonderful year, man.”
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