How To Save Money Visiting New York

by brian on July 1, 2011

This post is sponsored by Tours4Fun.com.

Over the years I had accumulated a bunch of links on New York City, my hometown and one of the most popular destinations in the world. New York’s people, its energy, its culture and events, bring millions to the city every year. But how many more cut short their time here or don’t come at all because of the prices? Probably alot and probably alot more than the tourism board wants to admit to.

So I’m doing my public service and put together a list of links that show in detail how to save on everything from Broadway tickets to hotels. Click them all and read through because you never know what gem of a tip is beyond the link. And tell Mayor Bloomberg Brian sent you!

New York City attraction, museum, and city-tour prices for 2011

Summer in the City: 7 Things to Do in NYC for Free

How to visit New York on the cheap

How to Stay a Weekend in NYC and Only Spend $100

How to Explore NYC and Cut All the Lines!

Top 10 Free Things to Do in New York City

25 ways to save in New York City

9 reasons to visit New York during the holidays

Q&A: New York City on a Tight Budget

How to tour New York City by bicycle

How to Visit New York City on $99 a Day

NYC On The Cheap

20 best rooftop bars in NYC

10 Fun Activities To Do When Visiting New York

The Big Apple on a Budget: Discovering New York from a Different Angle

40 free attractions in New York

Free hours at NYC museums, zoos and gardens

15 things to do for free in New York

The Travel Apps of Our Dreams

5 Cheap Things to Do in New York City

5 Free Things to See in New York City Besides Central Park

How to do Broadway on a budget

Recommended New York City hotels and hostels that offer good value

5 places that offer free classes in New York

Top 25 Ways to Save on New York City Travel

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Jackie July 5, 2011 at 10:51 AM

I have one you might want to add. Its called City Maps and it is an awesome tool to help people get around the city. It like yahoo, mapquest, open table, yelp… everything on one website. Check it out.

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brian July 6, 2011 at 8:48 PM

Looks great. I love the detail that shows the shops and stores on individual city blocks. Thanks for the tip!

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Kris Koeller July 5, 2011 at 2:40 PM

Having lived in NYC for a while now, I think it gets a bad rap for being overly expensive. You can spend a ton of money here, but you don’t need to. In fact, some of the best restaurants in town are also some of the cheapest I’ve enjoyed in the US. Poke around and if possible get a local guide and you will have a blast without busting your wallet.

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brian July 6, 2011 at 8:50 PM

I completely agree. There is always a way to navigate any major city without busting the budget. And with the Internet, all that info is readily available at your fingertips. Problem is many people don’t look for it because they ASSUME they won’t find it.

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GlobetrotterGirls July 28, 2011 at 8:53 PM

Hey Brian, thanks so much for this! We are planning our New York to New Orleans Road Trip right now and heading to New York in August, so these links and articles come in super-handy!!!

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brian July 31, 2011 at 11:14 AM

Glad to help! Everyone should come to NYC whenever they can.

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