New York on Sale: American Airlines flight deals to New York City

Winter Day in Central Park
Central Park West and Winter in Central Park from AAdvantageGeek on Flickr

American Airlines and New York City’s official marketing, tourism and partnership organization, NYC & Company, just announced a 7 day sale for travel between Jan. 5–Feb. 16 from 30 North American cities: fares start at $49 one-way, and $69, $89, and $109 from most cities. This is from the press release:

“We are proud to once again partner with American Airlines to provide visitors to New York City with incredible value offers this winter,” said NYC & Company CEO George Fertitta. “By working with American Airlines, we are making it easier and more affordable than ever to travel to New York City, and combined with a range of savings and promotions through our Get More NYC Winter campaign, there is no better time to visit. Winter Restaurant Week, the first-ever Broadway Week and our On The House two-for-one Off Broadway ticket promotion are just samplings of what visitors can experience and enjoy this winter.”

During January and February 2011, NYC & Company will offer various promotions and savings under the Get More NYC campaign including the first-ever Broadway Week offering two-for-one tickets to almost all of Broadway’s hottest shows (Jan. 24 – Feb. 10), while more than 80 of the city’s top hotels will offer up to 25 percent off their best available rate from Jan. 2 to Feb. 28, when travelers book before Feb. 28. Other promotions taking place this winter include the upcoming NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2011 offering visitors prix-fixe meals at nearly 300 of the city’s high-end restaurants (Jan. 24 – Feb. 6); plus the Off Broadway promotion On the House offering theater enthusiasts two-for-one tickets to some of the city’s most celebrated Off Broadway shows (Jan. 24 – Feb. 13). Further details on all of NYC & Company’s winter promotions can be accessed at nycgo.com.

I don’t usually pay much attention to destination guides, especially for New York because there’s always so much to do and I’ve been there so many times.   I’ve got a long list of favorite things to do when I’m in the city and I have to make an effort to not try to do too much and to leave open the opportunity to discover something new.  I happened to come across the Conway Confidential New York City travel guide from American Airlines and travel writer Paula Conway and learned about the Brooklyn Flea in Fort Greene.   So if you’re looking for some new ideas for your next NYC visit, read through her travel advice.  I’m glad I did, I found something new that I might not have otherwise discovered and the Brooklyn Flea was great.

Don’t forget that you can earn Double AAdvantage Miles if you’re traveling from Indianapolis, Cincinnati, or Minneapolis/St. Paul.

Go here for all all the details.

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