NYC ranked one of the worst places to spend New Year’s Eve

Posted On Wed, December 28, 2016 By

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Around the world, all eyes will turn to Times Square, if only for 10 seconds. The tourist destination has become synonymous with New Year’s Eve. But its world-famous, 10-second countdown, complete with a crystal-studded ball, star-studded performances and plenty of confetti and bubbly, isn’t the best place to ring in the new year. It’s not second or third best either. Personal finance site WalletHub crunched the numbers, and ranked New York City 38th among the nation’s 100 biggest cities based on price of party tickets, food and drink, hotel costs and walkability scores.

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