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.
Just pick your city from the drop-down list.
Get comp tickets for 72 hours, today through Friday, October 16-18 for shows and events in NYC and nationwide through Winter 2019 and into 2020.
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.
It’s called the Other Art Fair so you don’t confuse it with other art fairs, such as the recent Architectural Digest Design Show
Get COMP tickets now for this other curated gallery event, in Brooklyn the first weekend of November, in time for holiday shopping, to discover affordable artworks by artists who have been vetted by one of the world’s top international art dealers, along with entertainment and art seminars. 60% of the curated artists showing their work are women.
The Other Art Fair is the leading artist fair presented by Saatchi Art in New York City, as well as in Los Angeles, London, Bristol, Sydney and Melbourne.
NYCf’s hometown circus is back, bigger and better than ever, in the Big Top at Licoln Center. The 42nd season featuresthrilling new acts from around the world and more immersive than ever before, and every seat is up close and personal with the action.
Get Comp Train tickets here for dates through November.
This special immersive exhibition invites you to the realm of the fantastical.
Originally stationed at the historical studio of Andy Warhol in the Summer of 2018, Wonder World returns to New York City after a successful run in Los Angeles this past Spring.
The Wonder is back and is ready to deliver the biggest exhibition to ever pop-up in the Williamsburg area.
Get Comp Train tickets here for any date through mid-November.
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.
Get Comp Train tickets here for multiple dates through Fall and Winter.