More New York City Offers

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Earlier today, I posted on how you can get a $50 statement credit by spending $200 or more at participating NYC merchants (by using a registered American Express credit card). While going through the NYC Go site (the sponsors of this promotion), I noticed some other amazing promotions that were worthwhile to highlight. All are catered towards the NYC area, but if you live in the area, or have a vacation planned, this is definitely something to look into:

  1. Lower Manhattan: Many hotels in downtown Manhattan are offering lower rates as well as late checkout and a $20 or Century 21 Department Store gift card. You can view these hotel specific rates here. This promotion is valid through March 31, 2012.
  2. Get More Hotels: Many chain and boutique hotels throughout NYC have special offers through February 29, 2012. Many include a free night, complimentary upgrades, complimentary breakfast, discounted rate, etc. All offers can be found here with the corresponding promotional code listed. Some sample offers include: The Gansevoort Park Avenue –  “10% off its best available rate; Loews Recency Hotel – Stay 2 nights, get your 3rd night free; New York Marriott Marquis – Complimentary suite upgrade.
  3. Broadway Week: Between January 17 and February 4, 2012, you can get 2-for-1 tickets at many Broadway shows. This can result in a huge savings! Unfortunately, some times cheap seats are excluded. You can view all of the participating shows here. Also, if you purchase your tickets starting February 1st, your Broadway show tickets will also count towards the $200 spend for the Mix-n-Match $50 statement credit promotion that I posted about this morning.
  4. Off-Broadway Week: Between January 30 and February 12, 2012, you can get 2-for-1 tickets at many off-Broadway shows. Off-Broadway shows are typically much less expensive and at many times once were a Broadway production (such as the current off-broadway production of Rent and Avenue Q). You can view all of the participating shows here.

These offers can provide some amazing savings. Enjoy NYC!

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