New York Comic Con Animation Festival - One of New York's Most Popular Events creates huge demand for New York Hotels this Winter

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Hotels in New York prepare for the 100,000 plus attendees of the New York Comic Con Animation Festival. This is among the largest New York Event this Winter Season.

Times Square Hotel - The Milford Hotel

The Milford - Located in the Heart of NYC's Times Square

Get your geek on at New York Comic Con - the second largest event in New York City and one that many of the Hotels in New York are looking forward to! For the first time ever the New York Anime Festival is being rolled into Comic Con. All of the anime content that you love will now be part of Comic Con, so you can enjoy it all at one New York Event.

There are 100’s of New York Hotels to choose from for your stay while visiting New York and attending the New York Comic Con Event - one of the most popular NYC Hotels being reserved for this NYC Event is The Milford, formerly The Milford Plaza Hotel.

The Milford is located right in the heart of Times Square and they are currently offering 2 excellent Offers anyone visiting New York in the coming months should look into further.

Details for The Milford's 2 offers include:

‘I Love NY’ Package: For a limited time, book your reservation and receive The Milford's Guaranteed Best Rate and receive their Exclusive, ‘I Love NY’ Gift Bag that includes an ‘I Love NY’ T-Shirt, Mug and Key Chain. Offer expires October 31, 2012. Stay Dates are from now until December 16, 2012. View more the details of the ‘I Love NY’ Package.

Stay 5 Nights and Save 20% off your entire stay: Book any consecutive 5 days and save up to 20% off your entire stay. View more the details of the ‘Stay 5 Nights and Save 20%' Package.

New York Comic Con is one of the most popular New York Events.

In 2011, 105,000 fans descended on New York to participate in panels, have the chance to interact with producers, writers and actors and participate in costume contests. The 2012 New York Comic Con, which will take place October 11 through October 14, is going to be bigger than ever.

Hundreds of special guests will be on hand at the Javitz Center, located at 655 West 34th Street, to sign autographs, chat with fans and sit in on panels. Some of this year’s featured guests are Lou Ferrigno of the Incredible Hulk, Sean Astin from Lord of the Rings, Marvel’s Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso, Jim Lee who is the co-publisher of DC Entertainment and Anne Rice, author of The Vampire Chronicles.

Events at New York Comic Con:

Participate in panels where you can enjoy discussions with other fans and with featured special guests. Offer you input and get some behind-the-scenes information about your favorite movies, books, games or comics.

The following is information about the various packages:

  •     4 Day Tickets: $85 in advance/$100 at the New York Event
  •     3 Day Tickets: $65 in advance/$75 at the New York Event
  •     Friday Only: $35 in advance/$45 at the New York Event
  •     Saturday Only: $50 in advance/$65 at the New York City Event
  •     Sunday Only: $35 in advance/$45 at the New York City Event

NOTE: Thursday admission is only for VIPs, press, professionals and those who have purchased the 4-day ticket.

The prices for the tickets bought at the Comic Con Event are listed, but as mentioned
above it's unlikely there will be tickets available at the venue.

New York Comic Con is one of the Events in New York that is kid-friendly. On Sunday, children 12 and under get in free. ID may be required for free admission.

Because this is a family-friendly New York Event, costumes that are too graphic or revealing may not be permitted. New York Comic Con is the best place to enjoy 4 days of geeky goodness. Order your tickets today to be sure you’ll get them before they are gone.

Visit The Milford Website
View our current New York Hotel Specials & Vacation Packages. (http://www.milfordplaza.com/specials-packages)
Check Rates or Make Reservations or call toll free: 888.352.3650.

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