Taylor Swift could end up paying $3 million for a private suite to watch her boyfriend in the Super Bowl.

The "Bad Blood" singer, 34, is said to be intent on attending the Feb. 11 clash between her 34-year-old partner Travis Kelce’s team the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, but it’s been reported she could still face a struggle landing a prime seat despite her superstar status.

Page Six has reported the game is “one of the most coveted tickets in American sports," meaning “sometimes even players themselves are scrambling to get their loved ones a seat to the championship game."

The outlet said Taylor’s options to see the Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas may include spending a chunk of her $1.1 billion fortune hiring a $3 million suite that seats 32 people.

It added: “A guest service rep for On Location said that as of Thursday (Jan. 2) afternoon there is actually only one luxury suite available that sits 32 people and costs around $3 million, but that is subject to change at any time.”

Page Six said their source said there are also two cheaper premium loge boxes available at about $200,000 each.

It has not been confirmed whether Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, 28, will have a suite for his family at this year’s championship.

His wife Brittany Mahomes, 28, and their daughter Sterling Skye, who will turn 2 this month, sat in one last year at State Farm Stadium in Arizona.

Page Six said if Travis’ family and Taylor don’t have access to their own VIP box, an option could be to get a spot inside Brittany’s possible suite.

A source told Page Six the "Anti-Hero" singer will likely “be with her friends or sitting with Brittany since they are close."

Travis’ fellow NFL player brother Jason Kelce, 36, told in his Amazon documentary Kelce about how he and his family struggled to land a top ticket for the Super Bowl when Jason’s Philadelphia Eagles team faced the Chiefs in the big game in 2023.

His wife Kylie, 31, said on the film about being asked for a fortune to seat their now-2-year-old daughter Elliotte at the game: “We are paying almost $4,000 for a kid who’s not going to sit in a seat… to watch her dad play in a game. That’s bananas.”

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