New Yorkers love a special edition MetroCard, whether it's honoring David Bowie, commemorating the return of Twin Peaks, a Supreme collectible, or Barbara Kruger's side hustle. The latest recipient of such an honorarium is Paul McCartney, who has a new album out this week—and you can pick up one of the limited edition Macca MetroCards at Grand Central only.

According to the MTA, 50,000 cards were printed and will be available at the station, while supplies last. They're reportedly at both the machines and at some booths, but we'd recommend heading over there in the next day or two if you really want to grab one.

In other McCartney news, he's playing a secret show in NYC on Friday night to commemorate the new record (it'll also be livestreamed on his YouTube page here). "Fans will be able to tune in to watch Paul perform tracks from Egypt Station along with Beatles, Wings and solo classics from 8:00pm (ET). The venue is still to be confirmed," his website states. You can apply to win a ticket here, or if you have the Lyft app, you can apparently try to snag a ticket by using the code PAULNYC.

And last but not least, McCartney was also the guest on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show Wednesday, and Marc Maron's WTF podcast today. You can check out highlights from Stern's show here and listen to the Maron podcast here.