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Serious Savings on Theatre, Restaurants, & Attractions This January in NYC!

January 5, 2017 - by Chelsey Grasso
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Planning a trip to New York City this winter? If so, you couldn’t have picked a better time. NYC Broadway Week, NYC Attractions Week, NYC Restaurant Week, and NYC Off-Broadway Week all fall between January 17th and March 12th, meaning that the winter is the season for deals and major savings in the city. Start planning, because you’re not going to miss out on these city-wide steals!

NYC January Savings: NYC Broadway Week (Jan 17 – Feb 5)

NYC Broadway Week

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You haven’t seen an all-star, top of the line performance until you’ve seen a Broadway show. Take in two Broadway shows this year for the price of one between January 17th and February 5th. Musicals, comedies, and dramas await you in the Theater District, so make sure you mark your calendars for January 5th, when tickets will be going on sale. From classics like The Lion King and Cats to some of Broadways newest gems, including A Bronx Tale and Dear Evan Hansen, there’s a plethora of options. There’s just something special about live, musical performances in the world’s greatest city that cannot be outdone. Make sure you take advantage!

NYC January Savings: NYC Attractions Week (Jan 17 – Feb 5)

NYC Attractions Week

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It’s hard to narrow down the long list of tours and museums that you should partake in when visiting New York City, but thanks to, you don’t have to worry about it. Get two-for-one admission to some of the city’s top entertainment spots, including historical and cultural attractions and events. Tickets go on sale January 5th for attraction tickets that are valid between January 17th and February 5th. Some of our favorite New York tours and destinations are on the list, including New York Water Taxi, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, Madame Tussauds, Gray Line CitySightseeing New York Bus Tours, and the VIP Empire State Building Experience

NYC January Savings: NYC Restaurant Week (Jan 23 – Feb 10)

NYC Restaurant Week

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New York City is known for its culinary scene, and rightfully so. Name any type of food, and you can bet that they’ve got it here. January 23rd to February 10th serves as NYC Restaurant Week, which is a foodie’s dream come true. Hundreds of the city’s most popular restaurants will be participating, including Ben & Jack'sChina GrillDavid Burke Kitchen, and Morton’s The Steakhouse. Enjoy prix-fixe meals that only cost $29 for lunch and $42 for dinner. That’s a steal you won’t be able to find in the city during any other time of the year. Reservations will open beginning on January 9th, so make sure you clear your schedule. 

NYC January Savings: NYC Off-Broadway Week (Feb 27 – March 12)

Off Broadway

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If you still haven’t satisfied your craving for NYC entertainment following NYC Broadway Week and NYC Attractions Week, worry not, because NYC Off-Broadway Week will be happening from February 27th to March 12th. Catch the most cutting-edge performances in town, including comedy shows, music and dance events, and dramatic performances that will likely find their own way to Broadway one day soon. Tickets will be going at a two-for-one price, and sales begin on February 13th, guaranteeing that you’ll wrap up the winter with as much excitement, entertainment, and activity as you began it with. New York City never sleeps, right?

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