I'm looking to purchase cheap bus tickets to NEW YORK CITY but not having any luck with greyhounds prices
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well, it would certainly have been useful to tell us where you're going from, but here are a few buse services desserving NYC:
And btw, Greyhound is a rip off, you'd better find a bus arriving in Chinatown in NYC for a bargain.
Eastern Travel Bus
Daily service between New York City and Baltimore, MD; Rockville, MD; Richmond, VA; and Washington, DC. $20 one way, $35 round-trip. (NYC to Richmond, VA $35 one way, $60 round-trip)
Three arrival/departure points in New York City -- 88 East Broadway (in Chinatown), 7th Ave & West 34th Street (near Penn Station/Madison Square Garden) and 7th Ave & West 42nd Street (near Port Authority Bus Terminal).
Fung Wah Bus
Service between New York City and Boston's South Station Bus Terminal hourly from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Arrives at 139 Canal Street in New York City's Chinatown.
Lucky Star Bus
Service between New York City and Boston's South Station Bus Terminal for $15 each way ($25 for 2 a.m. bus from Boston to New York City).
Arrives at the corner of Chrystie and Hester St in New York City's Chinatown.
New Century Travel Bus
Daily service between New York City and Washington, DC; Richmond, VA and Philadelphia, PA. Buses to Philadelphia are non-stop, but the service to Washington, DC makes some intermediate stops.
Buses arrive/depart from 88 East Broadway (in Chinatown. Service to Philadelphia is also available from Brooklyn (60th Street/8th Avenue) Sunday through Wednesday.
Daily shuttle service between New York City and Boston.
Buses arrive at 69 Chrystie Street in New York City's Chinatown.
Service to and from New York City from Philadelphia, PA; Washington, DC; Norfolk, VA; Richmond, VA and Atlanta, GA. Buses run directly from origin to New York City. Buses are equipped with a TV/VCR.
Arrives in Chinatown. Check specific routes for exact address.
Service Sunday through Friday between New York City and Washington, DC.
Buses depart from several Brooklyn locations, as well as 122 Allen Street (at Delancy) in Chinatown and 303 West 34th Street (at 8th Avenue) near Penn Station/Madison Square Garden.
- phoneguy955Lv 41 decade ago
Chinatown buses or charter buses. Otherwise it is expensive and time consuming (4 hours by car vs. 11 hours by bus)
- danicaLv 45 years ago
The other companies are all cheaper.