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01/05/2011Provided by Citysearch
I've been living in New York for a good number of years and never heard of Club Free Time until recently when I said to a friend I that I'd like to do something off the beaten path for the New Year. ""Oh, look for things to do on club freetime"" she said. And so I did and the site turned out to be AWESOME! For my ""off the beaten path New Year"" I went to an amazing free concert which ended with drums welcoming the New Year at midnight; then to a free Flatiron District Walking Tour on Jan 1st; then got a pair of complimentary tickets to an off-Broadway show (you have to pay a reservation fee, which is still lower than the one you would've paid if you ordered the tickets at full price of $55); and now I am trying to see if I am adventurous enough to go on a bike ride of Central Park at 10 pm this coming Friday and to a contemporary classical music concert two weeks from now. I just wish somebody had told me about this Club Free Time a long time ago....
01/23/2010Provided by Citysearch
There is nothing special here. Not only are the events boring, weak and the lowest quality in the city, the ticket process is a nightmare.
Your confirmations are never received in time for the event and when you notify them of this they reprimand you for not telling them asap.
A sense of major responsibility on the part of the customer here. I am an event planner in NYC for a high profile actor and someone suggested I check out Club Freetime to see if it was worth the money. I was a member for three weeks and would pay them another $20 just to never hear from them again.
Stay away from this - it's a major rip off!