Avis AWD code??

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  1. jerseygirl74

    jerseygirl74 Mouseketeer

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    I just read a post yesterday that had a great Avis code, but now I cant find it again. It was comprabable to a Budget code I currently have. If any one has the Avis code, please let me know.

    I was also wondering opinions between Avis and Budget, how is the shuttle service?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. jerseygirl74

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    S767700

    I was also able to apply the entertainment book coupon of $40. against the rental. BUT, the coupon code won't show the reduced rate.
     
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  5. twinstars

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    Would you have to present the coupon at the time of pick up though? I used K817700, which requires Hyatt membership, but anyone can join that online for free. But not sure if it works for all locations, I tried Seattle and it didn't work, but for Vancouver, it provided a pre-paid option which saved me $70 for a 2 week rental.
     
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    I have not used Avis before, so I cannot give a definitive answer other than to say, Yes. I have used entertainment coupon codes with Alamo and National many times and they usually don't ask to see the actual physical coupon, BUT they could at any time and I always have it with me. :cutie:

    Edited to add: There is no physical "coupon" for the code S767700.
     
  8. jerseygirl74

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    I called Avis and I was lucky enough for the represenitive to give me the code :cool1:, AWD# Z345336. I am renting at the airport and returning car next day to Avis at the port and taking the shuttle $57.00 that includes taxes. Picking car back up after cruise and bringing back to airport (2 day rental) $88.00 includes taxes.

    I had to share it with all of you :thumbsup2
     
  9. Billinaz

    Billinaz Moving within sight of Port Canaveral!

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    I use the codes for Budget and Avis that are on flyertalk. Lately, Ive found codes that made Budget cheaper than Avis.
     
  10. zealandsmom

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    This AWD code is AWESOME! I would love to pair it with one of the coupon codes too unfortunately they are all saying they don't exist:confused3
     
  11. janeb497

    janeb497 Earning My Ears

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    my dad gets a good rate with a work partner of his that give friends and fam real good prices for cars. i've used it last week in florida and paid $25 for the entire weeknd with avis. awd V279900. not sure if it works overseas, but anywhoooo
     
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    janeb497 Earning My Ears

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    oh, jgirl74- h e uses a budget one too. x643600... does anyone have a code that works internationally....i'm going to vancouver in june
     
  13. Billinaz

    Billinaz Moving within sight of Port Canaveral!

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    I tried these codes, but Avis was twice what I have from Budget.
     
  14. kcashner

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    You can get codes at rentalcodes.com and mousesavers.com.

    I have used Thrifty, Avis, and Budget based on price. I found the service at the various locations to be about the same. Budget is closer and runs 2 shuttles on cruise days, so their waiting time for a vehicle tends to be the shortest. They also are typically the least costly, but not always.
     

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