Welcome to New York,
the city that never sleeps!
This concrete jungle is chock-full of exciting adventures for tourists and locals alike. And there are hundreds of ways to save exploring the Big Apple if you plan early and use coupons for food, entertainment and sightseeing. So grab your MetroCard and let’s go!
New York City is the original foodie’s paradise.
Try a slice of authentic NYC pizza, hit a 24-hour diner at zero dark thirty, eat a fresh-baked bagel (it’s the water) and grab a hot dog from a street cart. You’ll walk it off! Many restaurants offer daily specials and happy hour discounts. Don’t be tempted to stay in one place. Get out to all five boroughs to find delicious food for whatever you’re craving.
Looking for a little culture?
, MoMa, Museum of Natural History and New York City Ballet
are just a subway ride away. Of course, you must see a Broadway or off-Broadway show while you’re in town. Go to the TKTS booth day of to save up to 50% on Broadway tickets. Same-day rush tickets also go for as little as $25 dollars. And consider seeing a matinee performance to save a buck, too.
Been there, done that? OK, do something a bit out of the ordinary.
Spend the day at Ellis Island researching your family roots. Walk or bike the Brooklyn Bridge from Brooklyn to Manhattan for spectacular cityscape views. Catch a game at Yankee Stadium or concert at Madison Square Garden. Shop until you drop in the Garment District. Have a picnic in Central Park. Drink some whiskey at Fraunces Tavern, the oldest restaurant in NYC, where George Washington bid his troops farewell at the end of the American Revolution.
You can see, do, eat and drink something new every day – and on a budget – in New York City. Check out the tips and tricks from our city insider’s to save the most money on your next Gotham getaway.