If you don’t live in NYC or aren’t visiting soon, there are Comp Train freebies to shows and events nationwide, including nearby Philadelphia and Boston, plus Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Denver, Chicago and more cities.
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Get comp tickets for 72 hours, today through Friday, June 12 to 14, for shows and events in NYC and nationwide through Fall 2019, even beyond.
Here are some Comp Train offers in New York City, and there are many more to choose from across the country.
Because NYC on the Cheap is all about helping you get more NYC for less money.
The South Street Seaport Museum is a great place to learn about NYC’s 400-year-old history with the water. But if you’re looking to also experience that connection, you can earn your sea legs aboard the Pioneer. On this historic 1885 schooner, you’ll get to cruise New York Harbor while soaking in amazing views of the city.
Whether you bring the whole crew or just sail solo, the South Street Seaport Museum’s Pioneer Sail is the perfect way to have an adventure on the water.
There’s never been a musical about Star Wars — no, the infamous holiday special definitely doesn’t count — but now all your Dagobah dreams are about to come true, at this Off-Broadway show brings both sides of the Force to the stage.
Characters portraying the “Millennial Falcon,” and the slightly-older “Gen-X Winger,” have created an epic songfest that celebrates all the magic, mayhem and fandom fun of Star Wars. But faster than Han Solo can make the Kessel run, their costar — an actress and activist — suddenly lets loose with a galaxy-shaking admission, threatening the very existence of A Musical About Star Wars. Enjoy it, you will.
Enjoy a day at the ballpark and see the stars of tomorrow as the Brooklyn Cyclones play at MCU Park, just off the Coney Island boardwalk, where every seat is close to the action on the field.
This minor-league affiliate of the New York Mets, has won two New York-Penn League titles, and have sent over three dozen players to the major leagues since their founding in 2001. The Cyclones are led by manager Edgardo Alfonzo, a former MLB All-Star and 2000 National League champion with the New York Mets.
Laugh yourself silly at this comedy club in Times Square, home to more than just punchlines and potshots. It’s a family-friendly and funny magic show, with feats of mind-reading, juggling and illusions created to leave you laughing.
You’ll see magicians from New York and beyond who’ve pulled off the seemingly impossible on America’s Got Talent, Last Comic Standing and more. Performances are early evening, so the kids don’t have to stay up late.
- Comp tickets for multiple dates through Fall.