The Steelers and the Packers arrive in North Texas on Monday, but their fans are already taking over North Texas.
From Dealey Plaza to the West End you can definitely tell Packers and Steelers fans are here.
"When I flew down, the plane was full of people that were coming for the Super Bowl and its a week away still," said Wisconsin resident, Angie Stevenson.
Some fans are passing the time before the big game in Dallas.
"I don't know," said Stevenson. "There's just a lot of different things to do in Dallas."
Business will be rolling in for Dallas Segway tours all this week.
"We already have bookings that have been booked for like two months," said tour guide, Cyndi Smith with Dallas Segway tours.
For those who want to get ready for some football, there's always the true gridiron experience; making fans feel like the NFL stars they love.
"We spent over six hours at the NFL Experience in the convention center," said Oklahoma resident, Toby Bellar. "I don't know that we even saw all of that in the six hours that we spent there."
Slowly but surely, Dallas has become a tailgate to the Super Bowl; where the countdown to the big game is filled with fun.