A Trip to New York City Doesn't Have to Cost a Fortune

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Places to Stay

Hotel prices in NYC vary greatly. Knowing where to look and when to look can help save you money.

Things to Do

Sights, tours, theater, museums, live music, events, cruises, and more – all with discount options.

Dining Deals

Save money on dining in the big city. Discounts are availble for both fine and casual dining.

Getting Around

Money-saving tips for getting to and from the airport, parking, and traveling within New York City.

News, Updates & Special Offers

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Stargazing at Lincoln Center

No, we don't mean looking for celebrities at this iconic theater site, but actually looking at the stars in the sky. The Amateur Astronomers Association sets up telescopes in the area by the Lincoln Center fountain on Friday and Saturday nights from the beginning of...

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New York Philharmonic Free Fridays

Free Tickets for Ages 13 to 26 The New York Philharmonic has a special Free Fridays offer for those 13 to 26 years of age. 100 free tickets are given out for each Friday evening subscription performance. The tickets are reserved online on a first-come-first-served...

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Intrepid Free Summer Movie Series

There are several places where you can watch free outdoor movies in the summertime, but one of the most unique has to be on the deck of the aircraft carrier at the Intrepid Museum. On certain summer Tuesday nights the deck of the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid becomes a...

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Free Admission to New York Botanical Garden

Free Wednesdays and Saturday Mornings Grounds-only admission to the New York Botanical Garden is free for everyone all day on Wednesdays and from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Saturdays. Grounds-only admission does not include admission to the conservatory, special...

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Old Stone House in Brooklyn

The Old Stone House Brooklyn's Old Stone House sits on the site of largest battle of the Revolutionary War, where 1,300 Americans were killed or captured. The Old Stone House is a reconstruction of the original home which was destroyed in the 1890s. Today, the house...

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International Print Center

Print Gallery The International Print Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to fine art prints. The center's gallery space features New Print shows four times a year, plus special exhibitions. The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m...

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Pop-Up Concerts at Columbia University

Free Concerts with On-Stage Seating Columbia University's Pop-Up Concerts allow the audience to get up close with on-stage seating. The Pop-Up Concerts are free events held at Columbia University's Miller Theatre. Audience seating is on the stage with the performers....

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Central Park Conservatory Garden

Central Park's Formal Garden The Conservatory Garden in the northern portion of Central Park is the park's most formal garden space. The Conservatory Garden is six acres of formal gardens planted in three styles - Italian, French, and English. Each style is...

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Hamilton Grange – Alexander Hamilton’s Home

Alexander Hamilton built a Federal Style "country home" on 32 acres of land he owned in Upper Manhattan. The home was completed in 1802, two years before he was killed in a duel with Aaron Burr. He named his country home "The Grange" after his grandfather's estate in...

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