Over the weekend, the NFL tight end and his superstar girlfriend, Taylor Swift, were spotted at the ultra-exclusive Bird Streets Club in West Hollywood where, a source told The Post, members such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Timothée Chalamet pay $10,000 a year.

The two seem to be playing it low-key while she takes a break from her world tour and he chills out after his Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. But Kelce’s wall could probably use a rest as well. One expert told The Post that his trip to see Swift in Singapore on March 8 could have cost nearly $570,000— and it’s just one of three far-flung private jet journey’s Kelce has taken, sometimes for just 14 hours, to catch up with her since their relationship went public last September.

“Travis Kelce always comes to play — not just on the field, but in his everyday romance with Taylor Swift — sparing no expense,” pop culture lifestyle expert Valerie Greenberg told The Post. “He isn’t afraid to open his heart and his wallet.”

Indeed, with three Super Bowls under his belt, Kelce, 34, is in the third year of a four-year contract worth $57.25 million — making him the fourth-highest-paid tight end in the NFL, according to USA Today.

Swift and Kelce took their relationship public last September. And the fourth highest paid NFL athlete isn’t putting a price tag on love, fans say. “Travis Kelce always comes to play — not just on the field, but in his everyday romance with Taylor Swift — sparing no expense,” pop culture lifestyle expert Valerie Greenberg told The Post.

Ever since Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift went public with their relationship last September, the three-time Super Bowl champion has spared no expense on his romance with the billionaire superstar.

But he may be shelling out more than half of his annual $14+ million salary — as much as $8,232,229 million by The Post’s estimate — while dating a billionaire.

Here’s a breakdown of the cost of winning Taylor Swift’s love.

Real Estate: $6 million

Insiders dished last year that, after hooking up with Swift, Kelce felt “self-conscious” about his, uh, humble seven-bedroom abode — purchased for $995,000 in 2019 — in Kansas City’s Briarcliff West neighborhood.

So he upgraded to a larger, flashier pad that also offers more privacy from paparazzi. In October, Kelce threw down $6 million for a 17,000-square-feet mansion, hidden behind a gate, in the Kansas City suburb of Leawood.

Private Jet Excursions: $1,210,000

In November, Kelce flew private on a Friday to see Swift perform in Argentina — and flew back in time for a Monday practice, Page Six reported. That kind of trip costs around $300,000, Michael Giordano, partner and aviation specialist at Cirrus Aviation Services confirmed.

“There are a number of variable costs … but around $300,000 would be the approximate charge to charter a 10-seat private jet to fly from the US to an international destination round trip,” Richard Levy, a Dallas-based aviation expert and consultant who previously worked as a captain for a major US international airline, told The Post.

Aviation experts estimate Kelce’s roundtrip international excursions to Argentina, Australia and Singapore to see Swift cost around $1,210,000.

Gifts: More than $22K so far

A white box filled with 250-255 eternity roses from Venus et Fleur, arranged on a table.

Kelce also splurged on a 24-karat gold rose sculpture from luxury design company Perigold that runs $3,020.

The couple’s custom TNT bracelets were snapped up for $6,360.

A green and gold Bottega Veneta top handle bag made of woven Italian leather with a sliding clasp.

Super Bowl suite: $1 million

Swift watched the Super Bowl in style thanks to Kelce, who reportedly dropped $1 million on a suite for the singer; her parents, Andrea and Scott; her brother and his girlfriend; pals including Ice Spice and Blake Lively; as well as Kelce’s parents and his brother Jason and sister-in-law Kylie, according to a report.