We have rented from most companies, but over the years we now only prefer Alamo and national. We belong to both of their programs and they’ve always been good to us, esp when things don’t go smoothly. We enjoy National aisle service and earning free days.Some reason you are limiting your options. In the past year I have rented from National, Alamo, Hertz, Budget, Avis.... probably some others. Really does not matter.
Yea... looks like we will be doing Uber on our trip which works with being winos anyways. Super discount rates seem to be harder to find these days. autoslash.com is a good place to look.I haven't found any prices I'm in love with so I'm thinking I just might have to book for $400 and hope it goes down.
Thanks. Your post prompted me to take another look at Alamo. I booked for $306. Still slightly higher than I'm used to, but definitely better than $400. Guess it's time for me to accept that car rentals and flights aren't priced the way they used to be :-(.Haven't checked for a few days but my latest drop got my Alamo midsize down to $424.82, Feb 1-15. I think I used AD3868JST
Price dropped again this morning for me to $290 for the intermediate, same dates.This thread popping up prompted me to check my rates again. Feb 14-25, pickup at Universal area hotel, drop off at MCO, intermediate (Costco). Fell from $370 to $315. Only problem is new rate is with Budget, which will hit me with a $20 fee if I have to use electronic tolls when I pick DH up at Tampa airport.