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How do I Book a New York City Vacation Package?
See your travel agent, book a package on the web via Quik-Quote Vacation Wizard, call us at 877 NYC-TRiP or email us at information@nyctrip.com.

When do you need my payment?
Payment in full is due at time of booking. No travel arrangements will be made on your behalf until we receive full payment. You can pay by most credit cards. Make checks payable to your travel agent. Under certain circumstances you will also be asked to sign and return a Tour Participation Agreement to us.

What about last minute bookings?
No problem. However there is a $25 service fee if we don’t receive final payment by 14 days prior to departure.

What is not included in the package price?
The prices advertised are in US Dollars and include all taxes applicable at the time of this publishing, as well as ticket handling/broker fees and service fees. Anything not specifically mentioned in this advertisement is not included, like meals, phone charges, rollaway beds or cribs, room safes, ice, parking, gratuities and health club fees. If the hotel offer complimentary meals, the hotel is responsible for the menu. Transportation to and from sightseeing pick-up points, and to and from theaters, is not included.

Can prices change?
Prices and included features can change at any time, but not after you pay in full for your package, unless circumstances occur out of the control of NYCVP such as, but not limited to, increase in tax rates or fuel-related surcharges.

Will I receive travel documents?
We will send travel documents, including hotel and sightseeing vouchers, airline itinerary information and theater or event tickets, approximately 2-4 weeks prior to your travel date.

What if my plans change after I’ve made a reservation?
We will certainly try our best to re-accommodate you. If you need to change dates or travel components, a $25 processing fee may be charged plus any additional charges by a hotel or transportation company (if any). However, due to air security regulations, names on airline records may not be changed.

Most airlines will require a service charge of $125 or more per ticket in order to make any changes, and some airlines will not allow changes of any sort to an itinerary once the first date of travel has commenced. It is your responsibility to insure that travel arrangements specified in our confirmation to you are correct. NYCVP cannot be responsible for mistakes, inaccuracies or miscommunication that is not brought to our attention immediately upon receipt of a confirmation.

What if I need to cancel?
For travel commencing prior to 11/21/10 or after 12/31/10 (through 11/19/11)
We will return all your money except as follows:
If canceled more than 30 days before departure, full refund less $50 per person plus supplier penalties.
If canceled 30 days or less before departure, full refund less $100 per person plus supplier penalties.
Supplier penalties may include 1-night hotel fee, cost of airline ticket and cost of theater or other event tickets, or special options.
For travel commencing 11/20/10 through 12/31/10 or after 11/20/11
We will return all your money except as follows:
If canceled more than 90 days before departure, full refund less $50 per person plus supplier penalties.
If canceled 60-89 days before departure, full refund less $50 per person plus 25% of hotel cost plus supplier penalties.
If canceled 31-59 days before departure, full refund less $50 per person plus 50% of hotel cost plus supplier penalties.
If canceled 30 days or less before departure, full refund less $100 per person plus hotel cost plus supplier penalties.
Supplier penalties may include 1-night hotel fee, cost of airline ticket and cost of theater or other event tickets, or special options.

What about my flights?
If NYCVP books your airfare into New York City, we will try to accommodate your preferences for air schedules and seating, but this is not always possible. You or your travel agent should call the airline to verify seat selection and to reconfirm flights. You must show government-issued photo ID (that matches your name) at airline check-in counter, or you will be denied boarding.

What else should I know?
Don’t plan on checking into your hotel until at least 3pm, because your room probably won’t be ready. You must check out of your room by 11am or noon on the day of departure. Also, remember that any particular requests you make, like adjoining rooms, specific bedding or specific theater seats, are only requests, and are the responsibility of the particular supplier, not
NYCVP.

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