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Tuesday, April 11, 2017


Two years after Mayor de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito launched IDNYC, 1 million proud New Yorkers have signed up. This makes IDNYC the largest municipal ID card program in the country. 

In 2017 IDNYC will be available at no charge and we've launched a new digital portal make it easier than ever to enroll, replace a lost or stolen card, and manage your IDNYC appointment. 

In addition, with IDNYC you can easily view and print your own, or your child's, immunization records online. These records are often needed to enroll for school, college, summer camp, and more.

This year's list of cultural partners includes 40 organizations, 11 of which are new to the program. All cardholders can redeem a membership at cultural benefit partners for 2017 at no cost, regardless of the year their card was issued.

Participating cultural institutions in 2017 include the sites below:
  • BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music)
  • Brooklyn Children’s Museum
  • Film Forum
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Museum at Eldridge Street
  • Museum of Modern Art
  • Museum of Arts and Design
  • Queens Museum
  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
For the complete list and terms of eligibility visit www.nyc.gov/idnyc

Finally, in 2017 we've added new benefits for cardholders. 

Receive 15% off any NYC class purchased through CourseHorse.com for a maximum savings of $50 per class. CourseHorse offers over 75,000 classes to choose from, ranging from cooking and language to business and coding.

Baruch Performing Arts Center
Get 15% off on all BPAC productions, 20% off concessions items, $10 rush tickets on the day of the performance, invitations to members-only events, and more.

Chelsea Film Festival (CFF)
IDNYC cardholders will receive up to 50% off on CFF memberships, festival passes and more. 

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