The last couple of baseball and football seasons have forced Chelsea Pletke to keep her work schedule flexible.
"We have everything to decorate your house, decorate your car, decorate your kids, your dog - whatever it will be," said Pletke.
But next Thursday, the Rally House manager is taking the night off to cheer on the Chiefs at Arrowhead.
"Grandma gave me tickets to next week's game so I am really excited to be a part of that crowd to be a part of that feeling when you are in Arrowhead and everyone is together," she said. "It's electric. There's nothing else like it."
And other fans feel the same way. With the next home game just around the corner and Christmas shortly after that, Pletke said shoppers are stocking up on red and gold scarves, gloves, pullovers and sweaters.
"A lot of people are starting to believe a little bit more than they have in the past," said Jay Harig with Tickets for Less.
And that's leading to mega sales for brokers like Overland Park's Tickets for Less.
"The market is going to fluctuate one way or the other but if Oakland and Denver keep winning and the Chiefs keep winning, those last two games are going to be really really hot and probably expensive," said Harig.
Which is why Tickets for Less recommends that fans buy tickets before the next game, because if the team wins against the Falcons and proves it has a shot at the post season and even the Super Bowl, prices will surely skyrocket.
Interested in stocking up on Chiefs gear? Rally House is offering free shipping through 11:59 p.m. on Cyber Monday. Use code FREESHIPALL to score this deal.
Also on Cyber Monday is a 10% off sale with Tickets for Less. Use code HOLIDAYTIX to get in on this.