As of right now, flights are still going in and out of the greater New York City area. You’ll save a lot of money if you fly into Newark Airport (EWR) instead of JFK or LGA.
Hotels for NYCC book up very quickly. If you know where you’re going in NYC, you can book an inexpensive hotel a little further away from the Javits Center to save some money.
There’s really no point in going to NYCC if you’re not going to get some amazing costumes.
Subscribe to NYCC’s latest updates via their e-mail list or by following on Twitter. Plans do change & being that we’re in the middle of a pandemic, anything is possible.
Even if you’ve already booked your hotel, airfare & NYCC passes, you’re still going to need some money for things like food, souvenirs, transportation & any possible emergency.
October in NYC is usually arond 60 degrees but it’s also very humid at times. If you do plan to go, dress in layers, so you can put on and remove sweaters as necessary.
You’re going to be walking a lot. The Javits Center is almost one million square feet. As much as you might want to wear those cute heels, dont. Your feet will thank you.
While Manhattan is no longer the “concrete jungle” it was once was back in the 1970s, it’s still a big city. It’s very easy to get lost.
When it comes to the mask mandate, NYC don’t play. Since New York Comic Con is indoors, masks are required to be worn.
Really. There’s no excuse at this point. If you’re not vaccinated, you’re not going. PERIOD.