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Summer Bonus Weeks Starts June 24!

New York may be the most expensive place to live in the U.S., but it doesn’t have to cost a pretty penny to visit. We sought out special deals from our partners so that you can enjoy more of the city, for less.

New York may be the most expensive place to live in the U.S., but it doesn’t have to cost a pretty penny to visit or enjoy. Just in time for summer, we sought out special deals from our partners so that you can enjoy more of the city, for less. More than 30 tours, attractions and Broadway shows are offering bonuses when you purchase tickets starting Monday, June 24, 2013 for use between August 16 and September 1.

Summer Bonus Weeks Our partners put their heads together to come up with extras like complimentary lunch for you and the kids, free champagne and gift shop spending money. Book a Hornblower Manhattan Dinner Cruise, for example, and receive a complimentary bottle of wine. Take the kids to see the popular revival of Annie – The Musical and get $10 off a plush Sandy toy with purchase in the gift shop. New York TV & Movie Sites Tour is offering priority boarding and seating for the price of regular admission and City Sightseeing is giving away a free lunch.

Starting June 24, search all of the offers to find the best deal for you. The bonuses are available for use between August 16 through Sunday, September 1, 2013 (while supplies last).

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