2015 New York Auto Show dates, tickets and price

We are almost halfway through March already, which means we are getting ever closer to those 2015 New York Auto Show dates. If you do not plan to visit the event, then you will want to know the press days, as that is when you will be able to learn all what is new within the car industry.

New York Auto Show 2015 press dates are April 1st to the 2nd, which falls on a Wednesday and Thursday. As for the public dates, those are from April the 3rd to the 12th, which is a pretty long time, giving the public more than enough time to come down and enjoy the event.

As for New York Auto Show 2015 tickets, there are 6 options available to you; those are adult, child, early access, adult group tickets, child group tickets and finally tours.

2015 New York Auto Show tickets

The 2015 New York Auto Show price for these tickets is $16 for adults, so that is anyone over 13, and $7 per child, which is anyone under 12. However, if you are 2 years old or younger, then you will get in for free. If you would like to opt for early access, which is an hour before doors usually open, then you will pay $38 for an adult and $16 for a child.

To qualify for the cheaper group tickets, you will need a minimum of 20 adults, which will then cost you $14 each. For children this is 10 or more at a cost of $5 each. As for tours, prices start from $53, more details of which can be found here.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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