STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — New York City’s marketing and destination office, NYC & Company, launched a local tourism initiative to entice New Yorkers to visit local destinations, cultural sites, and restaurants. And local businesses across the five boroughs can submit their offer to participate in the program.

The effort, called “All In NYC: Neighborhood Getaways” is offering 150 ideas and ways to save — showcasing a lineup of deals at local attractions, cultural institutions, restaurants, hotels, museums, shopping and tours across the city.

Currently, there are more than 150 businesses involved, with offers like discounts, free amenities or items, free admission for kids with an adult, pay what you wish, prix-fixe, special packages and charitable components.

It runs through the end of 2020 — with the possibility of an extension — with new deals and participants added on an ongoing basis.

Businesses across the five boroughs are encouraged to submit their own offers for the initiative at no cost. Any New York City business may submit an offer and it will go live for consumers as soon as possible.

NYC & Company members can log in to the members-only section of to review the full program details and to submit an offer. Non-members can register by completing this form. Any business that submits an offer for the program will be enrolled in the Mastercard promotion, pending eligibility.

Businesses can contact [email protected] for more information.

Promotion of the initiative is made through press outreach, digital media, including local cable networks, Facebook, Instagram and Google, and out-of-home placements on LinkNYC screens and JCDecaux bus shelters throughout the five boroughs.


On Staten Island, the program currently is offering two opportunities.

One is the chance for New Yorkers to take part in “free family fun” at wellness workshops on Wednesdays at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, where visitors will be offered free samples of food and drinks from local businesses.

The other is the chance to see the “Women of the Nation Arise!” at the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor for free.