ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) - NFL insiders say the regular season schedule is coming out Tuesday.
That news has the Packers stadium distract in high gear today.
Many hotels have extra staff on standby for Tuesday to field phone calls from fans looking to lock down a room for game day.
"It wakes the whole city up in my opinion" says Craig Bleier, Regional General Manager for Cambria Suites.
The hotel is in walking distance from Lambeau Field making it a popular fan hang out.
"It is normally within 5 -10 minutes of the release that that phones start ringing and we take reservations" explains Bleier.
On Tuesday, seven phone lines will be dedicated to filling up the 127 rooms.
It is a relief for staff and non-football travelers to free up some blackout dates in the fall.
"With there potentially being Monday night games, Thursday night games, Saturday, Sunday you pretty much have to take the whole week out of inventory until the schedule is released" says Bleier.
The guessing game makes planning other events, like a wedding in Titletown, a challenge.
"We knew we wanted a fall wedding" says Katie Hartwig.
Though her guests could wind up paying a premium for hotels Katie and her fianc did not shy away from a potential home game weekend.
"The wedding is going to be right here in Lambeau at the Legends Club" she says.
The couple will tie the knot October 26th.
"We figured with a Friday wedding we would have less traffic and more success with the hotels as long as it is not a Thursday or Saturday game. Fingers crossed" says Hartwig.
Though answers are on the way for Katie, the busy season is just getting started for hotel staff.
"Once that schedule comes it out its more like organized chaos for awhile" says Bleier.
For a popular game with a divisional opponent rooms at Cambria Suites run an average of $370.
Keep in mind there's a two night minimum.
Bleier expects to sell out at least one game on Tuesday, likely against Minnesota.