An acquaintance told me recently how much she enjoys NYC on the Cheap. That’s great to hear, I said, asking if she has clicked around the NYCOTC site, especially on the links and ads.
When she said “no”, my response was not so positive.
Clicks are how we get paid. Ditto Likes and Follows on social media
Do you follow us on Twitter? You should.
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Do you follow us on Pinterest? You should.
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Some NYC websites have launched GoFundMe efforts. We haven’t.
Clicks are what supports NYC on the Cheap.
Clicks are how we can continue publishing the great deals and events that let you enjoy more NYC for less money.
Sure, you could subscribe to emails every voucher deal company, ticket discounter and store on the planet and get a dozen or more emails a day.
You might even get one the special discount codes we publish. But that would be only a after a whole lot of searching.
When we publish a link, it takes you directly to the money-saving page, coupon or discount code, not to the homepage.
That saves time, and as we all know, time is money.
When you purchase a ticket, sightseeing tour or whatever through one of our links, NYC on the Cheap gets a small commission that costs you nothing, and helps pay for the time and effort we spend ds to help you save money.
So we invite you to check out some of the top NYCOTC pages and get what you need to know to save money in the greatest city on the planet.
Click around and explore your inner cheapskate. And get more NYC for less money with NYC on the Cheap.