The best time to go to New York is during the early fall when temperatures are warm and weather is still dry but room rates are less expensive. During this period, an accommodation for two costs around $175/night. That's 30% saved per day compared to what you would have paid in August. Temperatures are in the high 70s, a few degrees cooler than the average 85°F you could experience during high season.
In New York, tourism peaks in the summer and this comes with higher accommodation rates. Try avoiding the US Open week (June 11th - 18th), the Labor Day week (September 1st - 5th) as well as the Christmas week (December 22nd to January 2nd) if you're on a budget; accommodation rates surge the most during these weeks.
Don't forget to pack an umbrella if visiting New York between May and July, it rains on average 18 days each month.
Avoid the crowd
The best time to avoid the crowd in New York, NY, USA is February.
The cheapest time to travel to New York, NY, USA is February.
Approximate nightly cost for a one bedroom vacation rental.
06/30 - 07/07
Fourth of July
09/01 - 09/05
10/06 - 10/10
10/26 - 11/02
11/22 - 11/27
12/22 - 01/02
01/12 - 01/16
02/16 - 02/20
05/25 - 05/29
06/11 - 06/18
08/31 - 09/04
In New York, NY, USA, July is the sunniest month and July the warmest.