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Ok so right now Im contemplating taking a train as opposed to taking the megabus to NYC but Im trying to find the cheapest way to get to NYC from Baltimore without breaking the bank! so I figured $98 + $30=$128 +tax for an all week pass for the NYC subway so my transportation would run in the hundreds. Now when i get to NYC what can I do for free? or what places can I go on $2600 budget? Im trying to spend no less than $500 on this trip! So when it comes to transportation which is better and more reliable Amtrack or Megabus?
There is no additional tax for transportation purchases. from inference, it sounds like you are trying to spend below 500 (even though you used the double negative, "no less") I believe that a budget traveler should use megabus (or Bolt Bus) especially if you can get a no stop express. the train will be a little faster and more on time reliable. However, when I am trying to save money, I just leave an hour or 90 minutes earlier and rest on the bus. thinking about the good money I saved. One thing to consider when leaving Baltimore for new-jersey is that the megabus only goes to/from a parking lot in Whitemarsh. That's convenient only if you live near there. The Bolt Bus goes from a downtown location, directly to Newark and NY, and costs about the same as megabus. On both megabus, bolt bus, and Amtrak, an advance reservation is required, as seats do tend to sell out. I like that you are investing in the NYC subway. However, your title said "NYC for a day." If you are only in NYC for the day, then I believe you won't need $30 for the subway. They sell refillable metrocards for as low as $10 and single ride passes for about $2.25. (As of 2012). If you are staying the week, then as long as you are going to take a subway at least 14 times (twice a day), buy the pass. Otherwise, you will get by with single rides or refillable metro cards.
Well, a weekly pass for the subway costs $29. I think Amtrak might be more reliable, but of course the bus is cheaper.
Amtrak is more comfortable and spacious, and they have food for sale and things like that. But Megabus is fine too. If you're trying to save money, it's a good option.