Hey runners! Snap up these NYC Marathon freebies

Buy one, get one at Juice Press. Credit: Provided
Buy one, get one at Juice Press.
Credit: Provided

You worked hard to train for the New York City marathon — now start reaping the benefits.

Swing by a Juice Press location on Sunday or Monday with your medal in tow to get a buy-one-get-one deal on any of its juices.

Why cook your own carbs when Sotto 13 will give them to you for free? Bring your registration to the West Village eatery any day this week, through Friday, for complimentary pasta.

YOTEL is offering runners a post-race free beer and 10-minute foot/shoulder massage on Sunday from 3-7 p.m.

Cornelia Spa at The Surrey will give marathoners 20 percent off its 60- and 90-minute massages. Pay $140 instead of $175 for 60 minutes and $208 instead of $260 for 90 minutes. All you need to bring is your bib. Not running, but supporting someone who is? Bring a photo of you with that person and snag the same deal.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar will send out a free appetizer — like crab bisque or coconut shrimp — to any runners who show their bib.

You need a sweet treat after your race: Lucky for you, LAVO is giving away medal cookies if you show your medal.

Show your bib at Asellina on Sunday and get 50 percent off its bottomless brunch (that includes unlimited mimosas, Prosecco and sangria).

If you’re still craving pasta afterwards, A.G. Kitchen will give you unlimited amounts for the price of one dish when you show your bib.



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