New York City is offering $100 cash to anyone who gets a COVID-19 booster at a city-run vaccine site between now and New Year’s Eve.
You can “tap-and-go” with the Cash Card and once you hit 12 rides within a week, the rest of your rides will be free. That means that you will have unlimited rides for just $21.
You can save 36% or more on every subway ride. That’s just $1.75, which are prices not seen in NYC since 2003 . And if you really want to go crazy, you can pay as little as 13 cents per ride.
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The FAA is considering the possibility of suspending the project, but first needs the Port Authority to explain whether there would be any fallout from a delay.
There are plenty of things to do, and places to visit, and you don’t even have to bring your wallet. Check out this list of the best free things to do in NYC.
Hundreds of flights and trains were canceled this morning as Ida lingered over New York City Wednesday evening and into the night. Subway have heavy delays as well.
Get a $20 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to make a single in-restaurant purchase of $100 only at participating merchant locations in NYC’s Theater District.
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New York City will require proof of vaccination for leisure indoor activities at restaurants, fitness centers and indoor entertainment venues. NYC becomes the first major city in the United States to introduce such requirements.
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Today, Saturday July 24, 2021, Citi is offering a Free Day Access Pass to help get more New Yorkers outside and back to their favorite local spots.
The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a final approval for a monorail connecting trains from Manhattan to LaGuardia Airport. Construction on the supporting infrastructure is expected to begin this summer.
More than 11.2 million New York residents were partially vaccinated as of Monday, including 10.8 million adults. To celebrate, there will be fireworks across the state Tuesday night, which are also meant to be a salute to essential workers.
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