Some are even shelling out big bucks to be in Green Bay for Sunday's playoff game -– in fact, phones haven't stopped ringing at Star Sports Tours, where Cowboys fans are trying to book travel packages to Green Bay.
"Cowboys fans are just so hungry, so excited, and the nostalgia of being in Green Bay in that stadium, so they see that and money isn't an object; they just want to be part of it," said Barry Griffith, VP of Operations with Star Sports Tours.
Playoff packages start at $950 per person with two people in a room. That includes a 2-night stay at the team hotel, a lower level end zone game ticket and meet-and-greet. Airfare is excluded.
Star Sports Tours has 50 packages available, which are expected to sell out.
After that, there's a chance fans still wanting to go to Green Bay can be accommodated, but they'll have to get game tickets from the secondary market, so package prices will likely be more expensive.
"They're selling quick," said Griffith.
Merchandise is no different.
Employees at the Galleria's Cowboys Pro Shop can't fold their new $25.99 divisional playoff t-shirts fast enough. They're designed for a rematch of the 1967 Ice Bowl.
Fans say they're dropping hundreds.