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. Clicks are what supports NYCOTC. Clicks are how we can continue publishing these great deals and events.
Sure, you could go directly to Groupon, Living Social, Kayak, Priceline or any of the ads and coupons that pop up here. You might even get the special discount codes NYCOTC publishes — but only after a whole lot of searching. When we publish a link, it takes you directly to the money-saving page, coupon or code, not to the homepage. That save time, and as we all know, time is money.
Sure, you could go directly to Groupon, Living Social, Kayak, Priceline or any of the ads that pop up here. But you won’t be supporting NYCOTC with your clicks and business. So here’s the cheap deal — save time and money by clicking on NYCOTC ads, or spend time and maybe save money clicking around somebody’s home page looking for discount coupon codes.
Sure, you could subscribe to emails every voucher deal company on the planet and get a dozen emails a day, or you could check out the NYCOTC Daily Deals Round-up Page for one-stop shopping for 100+ deals, updated daily, on goods, services and great getaways.
Be cheap. Click around.