Super Bowl 2024 Donna Kelce claims she will NOT be

Super Bowl 2024: Donna Kelce claims she will NOT be in a VIP suite with Taylor Swift cheering on Travis and the Chiefs from the stands in Vegas: 'Boxing costs millions of dollars!'

Donna Kelce thinks she'll be talking to fans in Las Vegas at the Super Bowl on Sunday night instead of sitting in a VIP suite at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday.

On the TODAY show, Travis Kelce's mother said that the cost of the VIP suites was too high and that she had a general admission ticket to the game.

“You can understand that the boxes in Vegas are worth millions of dollars, so I feel like I'm not in a box, I'm in the stands,” she said.

“As far as I know, I’m in the stands with everyone else because it’s an expensive Super Bowl.”

Donna watched Kelce's Chiefs games all season from a suite and sat with Taylor Swift, his girlfriend, at most of the games she was able to attend.

Donna Kelce says she'll likely be in the stands at the Super Bowl, not in a VIP suite

Kelce was in a suite throughout the NFL season and often sat next to Taylor Swift

Kelce was in a suite throughout the NFL season and often sat next to Taylor Swift

Donna celebrates with son Travis after the Chiefs beat the Ravens and reach the Super Bowl

Donna celebrates with son Travis after the Chiefs beat the Ravens and reach the Super Bowl

The singer is expected to return to Las Vegas from Tokyo, Japan, where she is currently performing four nights in a row on her hugely successful Eras Tour.

But the cost of suites is astronomical for Sunday's game in Vegas. Prices range from $180,000 for four tickets to $1.8 million for 20 tickets, although these prices have fallen in recent days, at times as high as $2.5 million.

Travis earns an annual salary of $14 million with the Chiefs, although he rakes in millions more through a series of endorsements he receives off the field.

That won't stop Donna from enjoying her time in Vegas – she's expected to land in town on Thursday. She will be cheering on her youngest son in his fourth Super Bowl in five seasons and his second in a row.

“It’s going to be a dream – to compete back-to-back like that, I’m really excited,” she said.

Donna added that she will be taking more time for herself this year after dominating last year's coverage of the Super Bowl, where Travis played against his brother Jason of the Philadelphia Eagles.

“Last year was pretty busy the whole time, but it was a lot of fun,” she said. “I was able to see and do things and be in places I’ve never been before.”

“But this year I'm going to take it easy except for the game. I'm going to see some shows and go to some great restaurants.”

She famously wore a red and green jersey to the game last year to share her support for her two sons 50-50.

But this time, Donna is completely loyal to Kansas City when it comes to defeating the San Francisco 49ers in the fight for glory.