When you should buy NYC pass? Where you can go and how much does it cost? How about pole dancing in NYC? Is it expensive?
I had 5 day New York Pass – a deal including huge amount of attractions and hop on / hop off busses with 229USD, I upgraded one extra day to busses with 25USD, so in total I spend 254USD to all attraction I took. Here you can find a list of all attraction you can take with NYC Pass.
Attraction I took with NYC pass (normal price)
- Hop on / hop off NYC sightseeing busses all loops 3+1 day pass (124+25$)
- Madame Tussauds (37$)
- SoHo-Little Italy Walking tour (35$)
- Wall Street Walk walking tour (25$)
- Top of the Rock (29$)
= Total would have normally been 275$, so save in money wasn’t big but possibility to skip lines is superb – especially if you’ve planned to visit attractions afternoon or night (they can be even hours!). Also, the more attractions you take the more you save.
Streetview from hop on hop off bus in downtown New York + one of five dance rooms in Body & Pole
Traincation in Body & Pole was 375$ and I was able to take 13 classes in that time. I was planned to take more but some cramp kind of issue in my left hamstring forced me to cancel couple classes. With this amount of classes traincation was just barely a great deal. Without it I could have had 10 classes for 290$ and three for 102$, total would have been 392$. Traincation includes all pole, aerial and conditioning classes (actually everything else but workshops). All prices and packages, click here!
I recommend you to take that if you stay more than 5 days, really want to spend time with dancing and / or aerials. One good thing is that usually people take more conditioning classes they don’t have to pay for them separately. If you stay under 5 days or want to try different things and studios I recommend other packages instead. For example deal for 5 classes is 155$ with that you can for example have about one class a day during a week.