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Old 12-03-2012, 08:36 AM   #16
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What are the minimum rental requirements for Fastbreak?
Nothing - there are no requirements. All you have to do is sign up for the program and make sure your fastbreak id# is attached to your ressie and you are set.

The fastbreak program essentially keeps track of the info you would have to normally give them at checkin. So to sign up for fastbreak you load in all of your credit card and drivers lics. info etc. so that you don't have to do that at the airport, and can skip the main check in counter.
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Old 12-03-2012, 12:09 PM   #17
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Everybody knows that Budget has the best prices around and guess what? That means Budget is going to have the longest lines. You can join the Fastbreak club. This allows you to go straight to the garage to get your vehicle. But that doesnt mean there wont be a line in the garage. It just means you dont have to stop at the counter in the terminal. This is probably the only hassle. Other than this, the rest of the experience is pretty good.
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Old 12-03-2012, 03:35 PM   #18
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Nothing - there are no requirements. All you have to do is sign up for the program and make sure your fastbreak id# is attached to your ressie and you are set.

The fastbreak program essentially keeps track of the info you would have to normally give them at checkin. So to sign up for fastbreak you load in all of your credit card and drivers lics. info etc. so that you don't have to do that at the airport, and can skip the main check in counter.
Do I have to link my Fastbreak account # to my reservation prior to arrival?

here's why I ask: I registered for Fastbreak awhile back and then had my # added to an existing rental reservation. When I did so, it removed the promotional pricing I'd used and gave me rack rates.
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:59 PM   #19
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Do I have to link my Fastbreak account # to my reservation prior to arrival?

here's why I ask: I registered for Fastbreak awhile back and then had my # added to an existing rental reservation. When I did so, it removed the promotional pricing I'd used and gave me rack rates.
Yes, you need them linked prior to your arrival, or you would have to use the counter inside, which takes away the time savings.

Try to make the ressie again, look at your original ressie with the good rates and when you start over make sure you key in those bcd codes or coupon codes that are listed on your ressie and your fastbreak number. I'm usually successful if I start over and re-enter in my original discount codes. The fastbreak # by itself doesn't give you any kind of a discount.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:53 PM   #20
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Yes, you need them linked prior to your arrival, or you would have to use the counter inside, which takes away the time savings.

Try to make the ressie again, look at your original ressie with the good rates and when you start over make sure you key in those bcd codes or coupon codes that are listed on your ressie and your fastbreak number. I'm usually successful if I start over and re-enter in my original discount codes. The fastbreak # by itself doesn't give you any kind of a discount.
Thanks - it worked on one one-way, but not the next. ;(
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