Plan to go during the week. The weekends during the holiday season are busy and you’re not likely to find any deals on a Friday or Saturday night stay. Check week-night rates at financial district hotels for particularly good rates – maybe not as convenient as staying midtown, but you can easily (and inexpensively) get around to the rest of the city by subway.
Last Minute Hotel Deals at Hotels.com – Check out Hotels.com’s last minute deals. They have good deals available.
Express Deals at Priceline.com – With Priceline’s Express Deals, you don’t know which hotel you’re getting until it’s booked, and you can’t cancel or get a refund. But you do know the hotel’s neighborhood and star-rating. And the deals are very good. So, if you’re committed to going and saving as much money as possible, the Express Deals are a good option. Plus, until December 24th you can save an extra 5% by using Coupon Code “HOLIDAY”
The least expensive entertainment is to spend your time visiting the many free holiday sights around the city. Check out NYC Cheap Travel’s Christmas 2013 page for information on things to see and do. If you want to check out a show, there are ways to save money on that too.
Radio City Music Hall has been offering some last-minute deals on tickets to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Visit their ticketing site and look for promo code information near the top of the page. There are several other discount ticket options available too – see available deals.
Check out our Entertainment Deals to see what other savings are available.