IDNYC…Get the card now!

If you enjoy discounts…(I mean, who doesn’t)…then you need to sign up for the free IDNYC card. If you need convincing, visit the benefits page to see what you have been missing. Once you have your card, head on over to the member deals page to create an account and start enjoy NYC at a low-cost.

So far this year, I have created a free one year membership with BAM, Carnegie Hall, and BRIC with my IDNYC card. With my membership, I visited two of the hotspots at 42nd Street, Madame Tussauds and Ripley’s Believe It or Not, after years of living in NYC, because of the discounted price tickets offered by IDNYC. I have also saved on AMC movie tickets from the discounted prices on the website.

I strongly urge you to sign up for the card. I promise you will not regret it at all.

Apply today!

DISCLAIMER: I do not get paid at all to promote the card. I simply want to share with you all a great opportunity to enjoy NYC on a budget while the card last. Who knows how long it will continue. Of course, if you feel uncomfortable signing up for the card due to immigration status, please do not sign up! It’s all up to you.

Enjoy!

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