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Guide to the Best Deals in New York for Valentine’s Day

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|by ShowTickets Editors |


Save on shows, tours, and other unique experiences to impress your sweetheart

We’re less than two weeks away from Valentine’s Day, and Showtickets.com invites you to treat your loved one to some of the city’s best attractions, Broadway shows, cruises and more, for less. If you’re on the lookout for Valentine’s Day gifts for her in NYC, we’ve got you covered with stellar offers on the best experiences in New York for Valentine’s Day 2020. Here is your guide to the best deals in New York for Valentine’s Day:

Couple up in NYC this Valentine’s Day (Photo: iStock)

Couple up in NYC this Valentine’s Day (Photo: iStock)

Explorer Pass
This Valentine’s Day, take your sweetheart on an adventure through the Big Apple with the Explorer Pass. Experience some of the city’s most popular attractions, including the Empire State Building’s observation deck, Top of the Rock in Rockefeller Center and more. Plus, learn about some of the television shows and movies filmed in NYC with the NYC TV & Movie Sites Bus Tour, The Sopranos Sites Bus Tour, and even the When Harry Met Seinfeld Bus Tour. Experience it all with savings up to 50% on the Explorer Pass.

The Phantom of the Opera
Treat your partner to one of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time with tickets to The Phantom of the Opera. The musical is the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and is currently the longest-running production in Broadway history. Step inside this dark musical and experience a touching story that will captivate you and your partner for years to come. This Valentine’s Day save over 25% on The Phantom of the Opera tickets.

Chicago
For something a little more risqué, bring your sweetie to see Chicago and save up to $20 on tickets. Winner of six Tony Awards, Chicago tells the story of two vaudeville performers in the Roaring twenties caught up in the world of booze and jazz. Get ready to hear iconic songs like “Cell Block Tango” and “Razzle Dazzle,” and witness nightclub-style musical numbers with sizzling dancing that is sure to heat up your evening.

Alive After Five Cocktail Cruise
Nothing says “romance” like boarding a yacht and cruising around the New York harbor. The 2-hour Alive After Five Cocktail Cruise offers specialty cocktails, bar snacks and a DJ pumping the hits. As you drink and dance, enjoy incredible views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and more. Alive After Five Cocktail Cruise is the perfect way to kick off your Valentine’s Day night, and right now you can do it with savings of over 30%.

One World Observatory
Give your lady or man nothing but the best this Valentine’s Day, including the best views in New York with tickets to One World Observatory. It all starts when you enter the Sky Pod elevator and ascend 1,250 feet up in the air in less than 60 seconds. The moment you step off of the elevator and into the Observatory, you’ll experience incredible vantage points of iconic New York sights, as well as New York’s infinite skyline. And that’s just the beginning of this incredible experience. Make sure you take advantage of the 15% savings on One World Observatory tickets this Valentine’s Day. 

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