Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce offered a $1 million couples package from strip club if Chiefs win Super Bowl

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By stefan armitage

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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have been offered a prize that many would deem grander than any Grammy or Super Bowl ring.

In a bold move, Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in Las Vegas has extended a million-dollar invitation to the pop sensation and NFL star star for a Super Bowl LVIII celebration... so long victory is in Travis' favor.

The Kansas City Chiefs secured their spot in Super Bowl LVIII with a thrilling 17-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game.

With quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the charge, the Chiefs are making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years. Kelce's standout performance in the game - amassing 11 catches, 116 yards, and a crucial touchdown - even allowed him to surpass the legendary Jerry Rice, setting an NFL record for postseason receptions.

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Kelce and Swift have been romantically linked since September 2023. Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty

Off the football field, it's Kelce's blossoming relationship with chart-topping singer Swift that is also generating significant attention. So, it's no surprise that a lot of businesses out there would love to work with the hottest couple in the US.

As reported by TMZ, Flynt's Hustler Club in Las Vegas is sparing no expense in attempting to lure the superstar duo for an unforgettable celebration

The "Topless Touchdown Celebratory Package" is valued at a staggering $1 million and includes unlimited access to the luxurious Mohney Suite, known for its $10,000 per hour price tag. The package also features an Ace of Spades champagne bottle parade and a generous $50,000 allowance for Taylor and Travis to make it "rain" in the club.

The offer doesn't end there, as it encompasses roundtrip limo transportation and VIP Platinum Lifetime Memberships to HC for both Swift and Kelce, granting them free lap dances for life.

Of course, the offer is only eligible if Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs emerge victorious against the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl - which is set to take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, just across the street from the renowned strip club.

While it may seem like a long shot, the Hustler Club is no stranger to catering to A-list celebrities and athletes, ensuring utmost discretion during their visits.

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Brittany Rose, the General Manager of the club, emphasized to TMZ: "We are used to catering to A-list celebrities and athletes alike, so we can ensure their discretion will be met while partying inside our venue."

The audacious offer has raised eyebrows, but even if Taylor and Travis decline, the club says it is currently auditioning Swifties for positions.

As the Super Bowl showdown approaches, the anticipation for both the game and the potential post-game celebration at the Hustler Club continues to grow.

Featured image credit: Patrick Smith / Getty

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce offered a $1 million couples package from strip club if Chiefs win Super Bowl

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By stefan armitage

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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce have been offered a prize that many would deem grander than any Grammy or Super Bowl ring.

In a bold move, Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in Las Vegas has extended a million-dollar invitation to the pop sensation and NFL star star for a Super Bowl LVIII celebration... so long victory is in Travis' favor.

The Kansas City Chiefs secured their spot in Super Bowl LVIII with a thrilling 17-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game.

With quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the charge, the Chiefs are making their fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years. Kelce's standout performance in the game - amassing 11 catches, 116 yards, and a crucial touchdown - even allowed him to surpass the legendary Jerry Rice, setting an NFL record for postseason receptions.

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Kelce and Swift have been romantically linked since September 2023. Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty

Off the football field, it's Kelce's blossoming relationship with chart-topping singer Swift that is also generating significant attention. So, it's no surprise that a lot of businesses out there would love to work with the hottest couple in the US.

As reported by TMZ, Flynt's Hustler Club in Las Vegas is sparing no expense in attempting to lure the superstar duo for an unforgettable celebration

The "Topless Touchdown Celebratory Package" is valued at a staggering $1 million and includes unlimited access to the luxurious Mohney Suite, known for its $10,000 per hour price tag. The package also features an Ace of Spades champagne bottle parade and a generous $50,000 allowance for Taylor and Travis to make it "rain" in the club.

The offer doesn't end there, as it encompasses roundtrip limo transportation and VIP Platinum Lifetime Memberships to HC for both Swift and Kelce, granting them free lap dances for life.

Of course, the offer is only eligible if Kelce's Kansas City Chiefs emerge victorious against the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl - which is set to take place at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, just across the street from the renowned strip club.

While it may seem like a long shot, the Hustler Club is no stranger to catering to A-list celebrities and athletes, ensuring utmost discretion during their visits.

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Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty

Brittany Rose, the General Manager of the club, emphasized to TMZ: "We are used to catering to A-list celebrities and athletes alike, so we can ensure their discretion will be met while partying inside our venue."

The audacious offer has raised eyebrows, but even if Taylor and Travis decline, the club says it is currently auditioning Swifties for positions.

As the Super Bowl showdown approaches, the anticipation for both the game and the potential post-game celebration at the Hustler Club continues to grow.

Featured image credit: Patrick Smith / Getty