Deals and Discounts in NYC
Deals and Discounts in NYC
Although it would be great to have a disposable income, most of us don’t. If you’re on the hunt for deals while visiting New York City, you’re in luck—the Big Apple boasts plenty of discounts on shopping, dining and more, you just need to know where to look. Don’t know where to start? Don’t worry! We’ve done the research to present you with a few worthwhile eateries, retailers, attractions and more offering wallet-friendly savings. For even more special offers, check out the NYC Deals, Offers & Announcements page on innewyork.com.
No trip to NYC is complete without shopping the racks at at least one big-city retailer. If you want to score designer brands with less intimidating price tags, visit one of the city’s many sample sales or luxury discount retailers. Fashion-focused travelers can shop an extensive selection of men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and shoes at Scoop NYC. Expect to find envy-inducing brands like Helmut Lang, Alice + Olivia, Rag & Bone, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Theory and more in the store’s SoHo location. For even more deals on designer name brands, visit Century 21 Department Store. Whether shopping uptown or in lower Manhattan, C21 has you covered, as the store has locations on the Upper West Side, Financial District, Brooklyn and the Garden State, making it easy to find designer names at up to 65% off retail pretty much anywhere in the area.
If your shopping excursion will take place this weekend, fashionable fellas should definitely check out the Michael Andrews Bespoke sample sale. The designer, with a location in NoHo, will offer up to a whopping 90% off retail prices on men's apparel (think suits, jackets, shirts and pants) plus shoes on Sun., Feb. 14.
Wallet-Friendly Attractions & Entertainment
Seeing the sites and the city’s many entertainment offerings should be part of your to-do list while in NYC, but tickets can get pretty expensive. If you want to tour the city like a big spender (without breaking the bank) opt for a CitySightseeing New York tour. The tour company has plenty of deals, including 10% off a cruise when you book online. To score, click here.
If you want to see a lot while in the city, the most cost-effective purchase is a New York CityPASS. This handy booklet includes admission to many must-visit NYC attractions, including the Empire State Building, American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and more.
Want to see a swinging jazz set or awe-inspiring orchestral performance while in the city? Jazz enthusiasts can take in lively music and expansive views of Central Park at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola. The venue’s Hot Fives Special at the Late Night Session includes $5 cover and $5 menu items Tuesday and Wednesday nights at 11:30 p.m. Learn more here.
Maybe classical music is more up your alley? In that case, Distinguished Concerts International New York presents sweeping orchestral performances at famed Carnegie Hall, with tickets starting at $20. Find out all about it here.
Don’t assume the city’s entertainment deals are just limited to music. If you are a fan of the twinkling lights of Broadway, you can save $40 on Fiddler on the Roof tickets. Want to know how? Click here. If traveling with the family in tow, youngsters (and the young at heart) might enjoy Matilda The Musical. To save up to $48 on tickets, click here.
Discounted Dining (And More)
Foodies can save at plenty of NYC restaurants. Visit Pera Mediterranean Brasserie on Saturdays and Sundays for the restaurant’s Wine Down Weekends, featuring 50% off wines by the bottle. Weekend offerings also include Mediterranean Sunday Suppers, featuring three courses for an affordable $34 per person. If you’re looking for discounted dining during the week, Duet Restaurant in Greenwich Village offers great deals on oysters. Stop by on Monday nights when the mouthwatering mollusks are 50 cents each.
Want even more deals on finger food? In Midtown, Buffalo Wild Wings’ traditional wings are 80 cents all day every Tuesday. Prefer yours minus the bones? Stop by on Thursdays when the boneless versions are 80 cents.
If your NYC adventures take you to the Flatiron District, you can refuel for less at Pranna. The Asian fusion restaurant has a wallet-friendly happy hour weekdays from 4 to 9 p.m. where plenty of appetizers—from sweet potato fries and aloo tikki to chicken samosa and lamb sliders—are $5. Use the food to soak up the $4 draft and $5 bottled brews, $6 wines and $7 well drinks, or just nosh on the complimentary naan.
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