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New York in October

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Queenofthesilverdollar Sun 06-Mar-16 20:33:56

Hi Am looking for a trip fdown DH, ds 12 and I to NYC - first trawl of cost makes 5 nights cost £2000 each - OMG

LittleRedSparke Sun 06-Mar-16 20:39:23

who are you flying with? and where are you staying?

Queenofthesilverdollar Sun 06-Mar-16 21:01:48

No plans yet just starting so did early trawl and got to those prices various ways

CrazyandIknowit Sun 06-Mar-16 21:04:52

I was thinking the same trip for me DP, DSS and I. 2000 each seems like a lot!!!
I hope there are cheaper as that's completely out of my reach sad

ineedamoreadultieradult Sun 06-Mar-16 21:05:42

That's loads we usually get flights and 3/4 nights for about £700 ish each. What is your split flights/room wise?

Queenofthesilverdollar Sun 06-Mar-16 21:08:48

£2k each too much for us too. Split was 50:50 after early doors trawl. If can do it for £700 will shop around any tips?

SwedishEdith Sun 06-Mar-16 21:08:55

Did 6 nights for 2 adults, 2 kids for about £800 each Oct year before last.

ineedamoreadultieradult Sun 06-Mar-16 21:17:58

Look at skyscanner for flights. I've just found return flight £331 leaving 25th returning 30th from London. The hotels.com for a room. I take it DS will share a room with you?

LittleRedSparke Sun 06-Mar-16 22:01:21

get flights and hotels separately, £2k each is bonkers, Virgin headline costs £500 for the return flights (no details entered)

rooms, you can get from booking.com, hotels.com, etc

KittyOShea Sun 06-Mar-16 22:05:32

Consider a different time of year? Me and DH just back from 6 nights for £600 each. Flew out of Dublin though

VegasIsBest Sun 06-Mar-16 22:12:45

Look at booking your hotel through Quidco. I got 10% off for New York. Also look for family rooms rather than two rooms to make it cheaper.

theladylovescupcakes Sat 12-Mar-16 22:19:47

BA might be worth a look? They often have offers on their hotels. We had a 6 night trip last April where we had "stay for two nights and get one further night free" so we stayed for 6 nights and paid for 4 at the Ritz Carlton.

Jaimx86 Sat 12-Mar-16 22:25:01

I stayed at a lovely hotel in Queens rather than Manhattan (one 'stop' from Lexington Avenue... Central Park etc see pic). Reduced cost dramatically and had a HUGE room
overlooking Manhattan.

The hotel was called the Verve a Hotel, and just next to Queens Plaza subway.

Jaimx86 Sat 12-Mar-16 22:26:13

Queens Plaza to Manhattan subway guide.

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