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  2. 84 best discounts for ages 50+: Where to save money for ... - AOL

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    Read the fine print before you pick a rental company, and make sure they take your discount off the base rate for maximum savings. Ages 50 and older. Hertz — 20% off base rate. Sixt — 5% ...

  3. List of Manhattan neighborhoods - Wikipedia

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    Washington Heights. 155th Street to Dyckman Street. Hudson Heights (part of Washington Heights) 181st Street to Fort Tryon Park west of Broadway. West Harlem. 125th to 155th Streets; St. Nicholas Avenue to Broadway. Hamilton Heights (part of Harlem) 135th to 155th Streets; Broadway to the Hudson River. Manhattanville.

  4. 110+ Senior Discounts for Dining, Travel, Health, and More - AOL

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    National Parks. The bad news is that the $10 lifetime pass for U.S. citizens and residents 62 and over now costs $80, although there's an annual pass for $20. The upside is that you still get into ...

  5. The 75 Best Senior Discounts and Where to Find Them - AOL

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    Publix, the largest grocery store chain in the Southeast, no longer gives senior discounts. The Albertsons chain includes Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco, Shaw’s, Acme, Tom Thumb, Randalls, United ...

  6. List of Queens neighborhoods - Wikipedia

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    For example, whereas the town, state construction for all addresses in Manhattan is New York, New York (except in Marble Hill, where Bronx, New York is used), and all neighborhoods in Brooklyn use Brooklyn, New York, residents of College Point would use the construction College Point, New York or Flushing, New York instead of Queens, New York.

  7. Neighborhoods in New York City - Wikipedia

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    The five boroughs: 1: Manhattan, 2: Brooklyn, 3: Queens, 4: The Bronx, 5: Staten Island. The neighborhoods in New York City are located within the five boroughs of the City of New York. Their names and borders are not officially defined, and they change from time to time. [1]

  8. Close to Retirement? The Best Senior Discounts for Ages 55 ...

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    Senior discounts are easier to come by the older your get. Once you turn 55, more doors to how to cut costs as a senior begin to open. ... Restaurants. Arby’s: 10% off. Chick-fil-A: ...

  9. List of Bronx neighborhoods - Wikipedia

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    It is an accurate reflection on the Bronx's history considering that the towns that existed in the area prior to annexation to the City of New York generally did not straddle the Bronx River. In addition, what is today the Bronx was annexed to New York City in two stages: areas west of the Bronx River were annexed in 1874 while areas to the ...