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7 fun, free things to do in New York City on New Year's Eve this year

New York City should be on everyone's list of once-in-a-lifetime New Year's Eve destinations. The city is home to the world-famous Times Square ball drop, where last year more than two million people gathered in the chilly air to watch live performances and count down to midnight. And it's free. Below, we've rounded up seven more fun events in New York City that won't cost you a penny on New Year's Eve.
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