If you’re planning on being in New York City anytime before January 25th, you can go ice-skating for free at The Pond at Bryant Park. (Lockers are free as well, but there is a charge to rent locks and ice-skates, if you don’t have those with you.)
(Courtesy The Pond at Bryant Park)
Tomorrow morning (Tues, Dec 30th) MetLife has four-walled the rink so that 400 NYC school children can skate with the Peanuts gang, but Snoopy will be hanging around between 1:30 and 3:30 pm to take photos with anyone who shows up for public skating in the afternoon.
Don’t know how to skate? Free lessons are offered Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9am – 11am, courtesy of Citi.
And – here’s the fly part – from now through January 25th, Delta Air Lines is giving away round-trip airline tickets to any destination their fleet flies. Ask about details when you show up and lace up.
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Also, there’s a weekly sweepstakes at the Delta hospitality kiosk for TWO FREE ROUND TRIP tickets to the highlighted destination and region for that week. The odds of winning are pretty good since the sweepstakes only runs the course of that weekend, and is for people entering at that location only.
Delta actually is actually having a couple things going on. The one referenced above is for those renting skates at The Pond. Every Friday one lucky skater will find a golden ticket in their rental, good for TWO FREE ROUND TRIP vouchers, anywhere Delta flies. Also, there’s a weekly sweepstakes at the Delta kiosk for
That skating snowman is creepy
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