Take a 1-Day Trip to NYC — Save $300 or More!

August 14, 2007 at 3:15 pm 4 comments

One-Day Roundtrip NYC Airfare Just $200
Visiting New York City is a hot topic on my blog. I have at least 19 posts out there about different parts of the city and the myriad of things to see and places to shop. Inside St. Patrick’s CathedralMy blog statistics tell me that readers have a big interest in visiting NYC right now or in the very near future. The Lure of Canal Street and a number of other NYC posts have been top reading now for some weeks. So if you’re interested, it’s time to get out there and have some fun.

Such a Deal on Traditionally Expensive One-Day Fares. It’s tough to find a budget fare for one-day turnaround trips. A quick scan found one-day fares to NYC range from $544 and go up from there. But I can offer you a group discount of just $200 per person for a 1-day roundtrip (or even a 2-day roundtrip) to New York if you can get 8 friends together for the trip. Plus, a 1-day trip saves you the cost of a hotel.

8 Is Enough.
That may seem like a lot of people to travel with — but who Metropolitan Museum of Artsays you have to stick together once you reach the city? Pair up or 4-up and see the things that interest you the most. Canal Street for knock-off purses? The Guggenheim, Met or other museums? People-watching in SoHo? Fifth Avenue browsing? Then meet up at the airport for your flight home.

Here’s the deal:

  • $200/person is a group rate that includes all taxes.
  • 8-26 people can be in your group
  • Seats are based on availability. All of your group members must travel together on the same flights outbound and on the return.
  • This special fare can only apply to Tuesday or Wednesday travel. Go out and back on one day. Or go out on Tuesday and return home on Wednesday.
  • Designate 1 person to at as your group’s contact person.
  • Travel now through December 19, 2007.
  • Once group reservations are confirmed, a $50 deposit per seat is required, with final payment due 30 days before departure.
  • Contact Midwest Airlines Group Sales folks for more information and to make your reservation. Call them at 888-601-4296, then choose Option #1. (This group special is not available online.)
  • Use promo code GGG when you call.

Other City Options
This 1-day roundtrip option (or 2-day option) is available from:

E-mail me if you have questions about New York, Washington or Philadelphia at girlfriends-getaway@midwestairlines.com. For all questions regarding the airfare deal, you must contact the Midwest Airlines Group department.

New York makes a terrific one-day trip for shopping, sightseeing, people-watching, dining or tours.!

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Entry filed under: Bargains, Canal Street, New York, China Town, Fashion, Knock-off Purses, Midwest Airlines, New York City, New York City Bargains, NYC Sales, Shopping, SoHo.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jen  |  August 21, 2007 at 9:58 am

    Just got back from a weekend in NYC and thought I’d share some info about the hostel where my girlfriend and I stayed at because it was great! I’ve stayed in many hostels and this one is very clean and affordable (52 dollars/2 nights for a 10 bed dorm). It’s called the Central Park Hostel and is located at the upper west corner of Central Park. Our room had many fun, young travelers but I’m pretty sure there are twin bed studios and private rooms available as well. Here is the website – http://www.centralparkhostel.com/ Just remember to reserve a room online, call and confirm, and bring cash to pay for it 🙂

  • 2. tish  |  August 21, 2007 at 11:02 am

    Jen — this looks like a terrific option — the nightly rates are certainly a steal in NYC! Thanks for the tip!

  • 3. lou  |  May 28, 2008 at 9:28 pm

    is this trip available in the weekends? can you please let me know when you have a chance,



  • 4. Mary Glide  |  October 1, 2008 at 2:10 pm

    What is the name of the shoe street? Also, We are traveling with a couple 45-50 year olds and need a fun Wednesday and Thursday night spot that’s hip and fun for used to be skinny but still fab southern gals.


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