Many people belly up to the bar on St. Patrick’s Day for a glass of green beer, but why visit just one bar when you could visit several? The St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl is taking place this year between Friday March 16th and Sunday March 18th in New York City and it promises to be the biggest St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl the city has ever seen. Interested? Let’s take a closer look at what the St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl is all about and how much you’ll have to pay to participate.

What Is the St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl?

Imagine hitting the best bars in New York City and getting beer at incredible prices. That’s exactly what the St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl is all about. Yep, it’s a three-day event that is all about drinking some of the best beers the city has to offer, but how much does something like this cost?

How Much Does It Cost?

In New York City you may expect to spend a small fortune visiting some of the best bars the city has to offer, but you won’t. The key is to buy a 3-Day All Access Pass, which allows you to visit all the bars. However, you can also opt to just visit one bar, which will cost $10. Now, the pass won’t get you unlimited drinks for free at these bars, but it will get you in the door and you’ll receive some killer discounts. Before 9PM, you’ll be able to get domestic 10 ounce draft beers for $1, bottled domestic beers for $2, well drinks for $3 and Jameson’s for $4. After 9PM the prices rise just a bit. The price for a domestic 10 ounce draft beer rises to $3, bottled domestic beers rise to $4, well drinks rise to $5 and Jameson’s rise to $6.

When Does It Take Place?

The party begins Friday the 16th with some bars opening as early as 10AM.

Ready to get your drink on and crawl around New York City, tasting the best beers? Then order your tickets and make hotel reservations today! Remember this year promises to be the biggest St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl New York City has ever seen so you don’t want to miss it. However, remember to be responsible. The last thing you want to do is wake up broke with a “Kiss Me I’m Irish” tattoo on your forehead.

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