Travis Kelce Has Travis Kelciest Reaction To Typo On $40,000 Super Bowl Ring

Travis Kelce says he doesn’t “give a shit” about a typo on the Kansas City Chiefs’ new Super Bowl ring.

The tight end, who received his third ring after defeating the San Francisco 49ers at this year’s Super Bowl, hilariously reacted to the error on Wednesday’s episode of his “New Heights” podcast.

“One major little goof on the ring: Miami is listed as the seventh seed,” brother Jason Kelce noted on the show, using the term for a team’s spot in the NFL playoffs. “Miami was actually the sixth seed.”

Travis Kelce appeared indifferent to the Miami Dolphins mistake, which had been identified by social media users last week as Chiefs players received their $40,000 rings in a Missouri ceremony.

“I don’t give a shit,” he told his sibling. “I like it that we didn’t give a fuck about what seed Miami is. Fuck it! Yeah, they were the seventh — who cares? They could’ve done no seeds on the side of them [the rings], I would’ve been fine.”

He added: “I think it makes it more unique, like, ‘Oh, yeah, we made it really detailed and, oops, we screwed up.’ Just makes it more exclusive, like we screwed up about something that means nothing.”

Travis Kelce, left, and his teammate Patrick Mahomes are seen at last year's Super Bowl ring ceremony.
Travis Kelce, left, and his teammate Patrick Mahomes are seen at last year's Super Bowl ring ceremony. Kansas City Chiefs/Getty Images

Each ring contains 529 diamonds and 38 rubies, with a total of 14.8 carats. Nineteen of the diamonds celebrate the Chiefs as the first team in as many years to win back-to-back Super Bowls, while four marquise stones symbolize their total victories at the annual event.

Travis Kelce didn’t argue when his brother said the jewelry has gotten more “ostentatious” over the years.

When asked which of his three rings is his favorite, he said “the one from last year,” as “it has a clasp where you can wear it in different ways.” The tight end notably defeated his brother at the 2023 Super Bowl, in which the Chiefs faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Travis Kelce also said that last week’s ring ceremony in Missouri was “fun,” but noted that the Chiefs are “focused to keep our eyes on the prize” — hinting that they hope to become the first team in NFL history to win three back-to-back Super Bowls.