Advertisement

Deals

The neighborhood staple is on the market for $400,000.
Please note, nobody died during construction, so you probably won't be buying a haunted skyscraper—either a pro or a con, depending on your interests.
"Living aboard is far less pricey, provides a space by oneself (or shared) at the waterfront with fantastic sky(line), sunsets and stress-reduction."
Affordable housing has never been so affordaBOAT before.
If you can't beat the weather, drink to forget it!
Are you sick and tired of your decadent one bedroom apartment? Then this is the deal of the century.
If Scottish castles seem a little decadent for your tastes, here's another option: you can buy a small island in upstate NY for less than most Manhattan apartments!
A Brooklyn man is giving away the room-filling, human-sized hamster wheel which he built himself. And he's getting rid of this larger-than-life item because it's ruining his friendships. [UPDATE BELOW]
Some of the deals do require you to purchase something: For instance, if you buy a coffee at Oren's Daily Roast, you'll get a free Bodum travel tumbler.
Early reports say the lines for the 1913 throwback deals at Grand Central Terminal are long.
Clams for pennies, pounds of pasta for a nickel, gelato for a dime, pieces of fudge for a quarter–these are some serious deals.
For those who prefer their actors on stage rather than waiting tables, why not indulge in the 2-for-1 tickets of Broadway Week (and Off-Broadway Week).
arrow Back To Top