It's playoff time for the Colts.
The team wrapped up their regular season Sunday night with a 30-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Now the hottest tickets in town are officially on sale.
The Colts will open the NFL Playoffs at home on Saturday against the Kansas City Chiefs. The game will be televised on WTHR and NBC at 4:30 p.m.
Ticket prices range from $56 to $330 for the wildcard game, and fans were lined up outside the box office at Lucas Oil Stadium Monday morning. Not everyone bought tickets, though. A few fans walked away empty-handed when they realized they didn't like the seating options.
Todd Marshall got to the box office at 9:00 am. He says he was the fourth person in line.
"All they got are bad seats left. I don't want no seats like that," he said.
Kait Sall said she was buying the tickets as a gift.
"I myself have never been to a Colts game in Lucas Oil [Stadium] so I really was just coming to see what they had, and I am perfectly okay with these seats!" she said.
As of noon Monday, there were still tickets available, most going for around $90 and higher.
Meijer gave away 198 blue light bulbs at each of their stores.
Fans are invited to "Light the Town Blue," which means wearing their Colts blue and decorating their homes and businesses with blue lights.
Twitter fans are encouraged to use the hashtag #TimeToShine to share their photos of their efforts! (And if you'll be at the playoff game, wear your blue and #BringTheNoise!)