Public transportation costs as little as $2.50 and takes about one hour, via the NYC subway and bus system or commuter train.
From LaGuardia, it costs just $2.50 to take the M60 bus, which connects with with a FREE transfer to several subway lines. In Queens, connect with the N and R lines, and in Manhattan with the 1,2,3, 5, 6 and A, C. Bring lots of quarters, since you will exact change to board the bus – coins only, no bills.
From JFK, it costs $7.50 to take the JFK AirTran to the subway, or $14.50 to connect with the Long Island Railroad commuter train to Penn Station. You can pay by credit card or with old-fashioned cash.
From Newark Liberty, take Amtrak or NJ Transit between Newark and Penn Station in NYC. The AirTran between the airport and the Newark train station costs $5.50 (children 11 and under are free), and the ticket between Newark Penn Station and NYC Penn Station is $33 on Amtrak. Be careful to click Newark, New Jersey so you don’t wind up in Newark, Delaware. The trip on NJTransit costs $12.50, and the AirTran portion is included.
Tomorrow we’ll have additional airport transportation advice. Check the NYCOTC Super Bowl page for all the news you need to know about how to enjoy Super Bowl XLVIII on the cheap.
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