Bus Trip to NYC

Phone Delaware Express to reserve tickets under Linda Quigley name at  302.454.7800.

$30.00  Per person round trip

Please get your tickets as soon as possible

20 Seats left.......

Leaves Newark at 9:00 am please arrive at 8:30am  for check in. Returns from NYC at 6:00 pm... please check in at  5:30 pm....to board the bus for the return trip home.Tickets for the play are 25 % to 50% discount at the ticket booth.  Or go to website entertainment-link.com or TKTS.COM.

Once you arrive in NY, you can go to the TKTS BOOTH at Times Square to buy tickets to the show you'd like to see at a discount. They are open from 11-3 on Sunday under the red steps in Father Duffy Sq at Broadway and 47th. You can also buy a ticket at the box office for the show you want to see at full price. Sunday matinees typically start about 2. Check to be sure you can make it to the bus meetup by 5:30.

Call Linda  with any questions ....  [masked]

Go to TKTS.COM to see whats currently playing on and off Broadway.  Check again before you go, for updated information.

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  • Cyndi P.

    Are there any more NY bus trips planned?

    June 16

  • Rick F.

    It was great! Someone else who knew the way drove, we did't have to struggle to find parking, and the cost was way less than I would've paid for gas! I'll definitely go again! Thanks Linda for arranging everything! Rick

    June 9

  • Sherrill

    Great trip. I'd love to do this again sometime.

    June 9

  • Cyndi P.

    Little confused - can we be on our own and not go to a play? Is everyone just picking the play they want to go see? I take it from all I read that we're on our own for what to do lunch, etc. just to be in the Theatre district to be picked up by the bus. Let me know if that's correct and I'd love to go then. thanks sounds like much fun

    April 22, 2014

    • Lin

      you are on your own. Once you are on the bus, you can chat with others, and perhaps find out what others are going to see, and go other....or do your own thing. Have fun.

      April 22, 2014

  • bcpizzo

    Well how long to allow for the bus would be dependent on where your meeting the bus. The last time I went on the express bus drop off and pick up were pretty close to the theater district...I'd say if it's the same this time you should allow a min of a half hour. To be safe just give Delaware Express and ask...they are pros and will be able to help. Getting out of the theater and through the crowd may take some time so factor that in on top of the trek. Sorry I can't make it. Have a great time. Bonnie

    April 21, 2014

  • Sherrill

    Follow-up question: Do run times include curtain calls? I'm thinking probably not, so a 2-1/2 hour show is out?

    April 21, 2014

  • Sherrill

    Hi - I've been looking at run times for a couple of popular Broadway plays. Kinky Boots, for example - somebody mentioned that one here or on the Wilmington Friends site, I forget which - runs 2 hours and 20 minutes. The Book of Mormon runs a full 2-1/2 hours. I haven't been to a Broadway show in decades. Any comments on how much time to leave in order to make it to the bus, from the experienced theater-goers? (e.g. How quickly do the theaters empty out?) Maybe we should leave during the curtain calls.

    Cross-posted on Wilmington Friends.

    April 21, 2014

  • Michelle C.

    What's the name of the play

    April 16, 2014

  • Dona Mari I.

    Once we get to NY, are we on our own? Will the bus stop somewhere for dinner/lunch??? What's the name of the Play!? THanks Linda!

    April 16, 2014

  • Sherrill

    What's the play? Or am I missing it somewhere?

    April 16, 2014

  • bcpizzo

    Bummer, this trip is the same day we have kick ball planned....so sorry I can't go Linda.

    April 16, 2014

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