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A (Free) Ticket to Ride in NYC

by Pavia Rosati

A (Free) Ticket to Ride in NYC

NYC skyline seen from Queens, 1974. Photo: Courtesy of the U.S. National Archives.

NEW YORK CITY – We wanted to tip you off to a cool new promotion our friends at Valet have just introduced for New York City members: the Valet House Car. You'll get one free ride in a nice Sedanz car from any NYC airport to one of Valet's seven hotel partners (including The Ace, The Standard, King and Grove, and the James), or from home to the airport.

Valet, if you don't already know it, is the members-only, subscription-based website filled with global itineraries curated by tastemakers like Josh Rubin of Cool Hunting, Rachel Shectman of Story, and Neil Blumenthal of Warby Parker. It costs $199/year. In addition to itineraries, members get discounts on Valet-approved boutique hotels around the world.  

The offer is good for one ride through February 1, 2013. Sign up at before December 31st and enter the code FATHOM when you hit APPLY.

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Pavia is the founder of Fathom. She splits her time between New York City and London but is happiest on the Sorrentine Peninsula. You can follow her at @pavianyc on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. She travels for the four-hour lunches.

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