MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) - Among the 200,000 fans who toured U.S. Bank Stadium this weekend, 98-year-old Millie Wall may have been the oldest.
"I've walked every floor in here," said Wall.
And she's hopeful the new digs will inspire the team that she's been rooting for 56 years
“Before I pass in this world they better be in the Super Bowl," said Wall. "They've got to do it this year. I can't hang around this long."
But this early on, the game on everyone's mind is the home opener against Green Bay as even the cheese heads couldn't help but get a glimpse of the competition's new home.
Packers fan Jeff Bedor came to the stadium wearing his jersey.
“I actually was out to brunch and I saw a Vikings jersey and I was like, I can't pretend I'm a supporter, I have to go home and change," he said.
For anyone who isn't a season ticket holder these seats will cost you as re-sale sites are listing the Green Bay game for at least four times face value and often more.
For now, free entry for a look inside may be the best deal you'll see here in quite a while.
"There's a lot there that Minnesotans can be proud of," said Ron Collier of St. Paul Park.