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We will be landing in Newark airport (New York).

I know there are door-to-door services such as SuperShuttle that offer to book online. Is there a point to it? Would we skip a line? Save money?

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We didn't book Newark Airport Express in advance (I don't know, if it's even possible) and did not have to wait. When we got back to EWR a few days later, we had to wait for one bus, because the first one was already full.

Newark Airport Express stops at Grand Central Station, Bryant Park and Port Authority Bus Terminal.

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Newark Airport Express is a bug. I was talking about door-to-door shuttle services. – nute Oct 24 '13 at 6:28
Sorry, did not read your questions thoroughly. – Simon Oct 24 '13 at 6:48

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