Enterprise has a great deal going on right now, if you just need a car for the weekend. They’ve got car rental rates that start at just $12.99 per day at select locations, if you’re OK with renting on a Friday and returning on a Monday. Here’s more about it:
- $12.99 for Economy or Compact sized car (i.e. Misubishi Mirage or similar)
- $14.99 for Intermediate sized car (i.e. Hyundai Elantra or similar)
- $17.99 for Standard sized car (i.e. Kia Soul or similar)
- $19.99 for Full sized car (i.e. Toyota Camry or similar)
The rates are based on a Friday through Monday rental and they allow 100 miles per day or 300 miles total (there’s a small charge for overage mileage).
Different locations will offer the rates on different weekends and there is no set list of locations or dates for (un)said locations (I called Enterprise and tried to get a list of locations, but was told there’s no set list, as the participating dealerships will change weekly. So just because locations in, for example, Austin have the sale one week, they may or may not another week. I was told it’s based on a mixture of supply and demand, managers’ input, and other things); I guess you just have to input your information and cross your fingers :/.
This deal will continue through May 21, 2019 (*cough* If you can find it for the city you want you the weekend you want *cough*).
To read the terms and conditions, and to see if your chosen city/dates apply, check out this page of Enterprise Car Rental’s website.
Happy driving! (and good luck!)
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