Student discounts: Entertainment By NINA RUGGIERO August 28, 2014 5:42 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email When New York City is your campus, there's no excuse for spending your off hours for the next four years inside a bar. Get out and experience what the city has to offer (arts, culture, sports, fitness!)-- and save a few bucks while you're at it. METS GAMES Photo Credit: Alex Trautwig / Getty Images Show your student ID and get a $10 promenade level ticket for select games. Student Rush tickets may be purchased online at newyork.mets.mlb.com, but must be picked up at CitiField on game day. Dates still available for the 2015 season are Aug. 31, Sept. 1-23 and Oct. 2-4. YANKEES GAMES Photo Credit: Elsa / Getty Images Show your student ID and get one half-price ticket in designated seating locations at select Yankees games. Tickets must be purchased at Yankee Stadium ticket windows, adjacent to Gate 4, on game day. Dates still available for the 2015 season are Aug. 19 and 26 and Sept. 24. KNICKS GAMES Photo Credit: Getty Images / Elsa Save up to 50 percent on select game tickets when you show your student ID at the Madison Square Garden box office. BROADWAY SHOWS Bring your student ID to select Broadway theater box offices, and receive steeply discounted tickets to that day's performance. Availability varies, but participating shows include "Aladdin," "The Book of Mormon," "Jersey Boys," "Chicago," "Kinky Boots" and more. See a full list at studentrush.org. CARNEGIE HALL Photo Credit: Carnegie Hall / Richard Termine Become a Carnegie Hall Student Insider and buy $10 tickets at carnegiehall.org. All you have to do is fill out a form online, buy a Student Insider Pass for a one-time fee of $15, and send proof of your student ID via email, fax or by stopping by the Carnegie Hall Box Office at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue. For more information, carnegiehall.org. AMC MOVIE THEATERS Photo Credit: iStock Receive discounted movie tickets every Thursday with your student ID. Find your nearest location at amctheatres.com. THE JOYCE THEATER Photo Credit: Facebook Students who sign up to become a Young VIP by emailing email@example.com will have access to $10 tickets to dance performances all year long. Plus, they'll get $15 tickets to Young VIP Nights, which include a Q&A with choreographers and dancers after the show. METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART Photo Credit: Getty Images / STAN HONDA Recommended student admission to the museum is already reduced to $12, but students of New York City Public Schools, Columbia University, the Institute of Fine Arts at NYU, Bard Graduate Center and Barnard College all get free admission with a school ID. MOMA PS1 Photo Credit: momaps1.org The recommended admission for students 16 and older to this Long Island City art institution is discounted to $5. Children under 16 are free. BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN Photo Credit: Handout Take a study break-- and a city break-- and surround yourself with beautiful gardens and fresh air. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden student rate is reduced to $6 every day. EAST YOGA Photo Credit: eastyoga.com Show your student ID and get a 10 class card (valid for two months) for $100, or a five class card (valid for 45 days) for $50. Where: 96 Avenue B; For mor information visit eastyoga.com AMTRAK Photo Credit: Facebook When the pace of New York City life gets to be too much, sometimes you need a little escape. Students 16 and older save 10 percent on the best available adult Amtrak train fares on most trips with a Student Advantage Card. Claim a card for a $20 fee at studentadvantage.com, and you'll score discounts to select retailers as well. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.