idnyc_frontIf you’re a downtowner who’s been lazy about trekking uptown to get a city ID card, heads up: an IDNYC enrollment site is popping up at Middle Collegiate Church during the last three weeks of December.

You’ll want to move on this, too: December 31 is the last day you’ll be able to sign up for free year-long memberships at 33 museums and cultural institutions. After you’ve snagged the card, you’ll have to apply separately with each place for membership, but it’s worth it. Perks include discounted tickets at the Public Theater, 20% off food and drink at Joe’s Pub and The Library, half off movie tickets and same-day tickets to performances at BAM, and free admission to The Met, MoMA PS1, and Brooklyn Museum.

Other benefits include discounts on prescription drugs, gym memberships, and tickets for movies, sporting events and Broadway shows, depending on where you flash the card.

The pop-up site will be at Middle Collegiate Church, at 50 East 7th Street, from Dec. 14 through Dec. 30, from 9am to 5pm. Just make sure to review the document requirements and book an appointment.

There’s also an enrollment site in Bushwick, at 280 Wyckoff Avenue.

Reporting by Mary Reinholz.