INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - People all over Indianapolis are making plans for where they will be to watch Sunday's 1 p.m. game in Baltimore.
Area travel agents told 24-Hour-News 8 that they've been getting phone calls from people making plans to go to Baltimore.
Heather Kenison at Ambassadair Travel, say they have packages including airfare, hotel and two tickets to the game starting at $1,199.
"We had people already calling before we knew we were going to Baltimore for sure and then we had more calls this morning and were calling back and there seems to be allot of interest,"
Area bars and restaurants are also gearing up for the big game including, The Blue Crew Sports Grill on 96th in Fishers. They say they'll be ready for the crowds.
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