When renting a car, Sharon and I always try to pick one that has SiriusXM Satellite Radio. We’re familiar with the channels and know which ones we like. There’s no need to try to find a new station when you drive outside of the range for the FM station it took 20 minutes to find. Sure, we have our discussions about what to listen to. Sharon’s more into On Broadway or 80’s on 8 while I’m more into The Blend and The Highway. We manage to get along with the rule the one who’s driving gets to pick the radio station (Sharon’s usually sleeping when I’m driving so she doesn’t care what’s on the radio anyway.) (Note from Sharon: True story! LOLOL!)
One thing we won’t do is pay for SiriusXM in a rental car. Depending on the rental car company, it costs between $5.99 to $7.99 a day and that’s too much to pay when I’m doing everything I can to save on a car rental in the first place.
While we’d never pay for SiriusXM in a rental car, many people are willing to pay for the convenience. Heads up that if you’re renting a car between now and June 4, 2019, and paying for SiriusXM, you’re wasting your money. Here’s why…
Free Trial Offer
SiriusXM is offering free listening on inactive radios between now and June 4, 2019. As long as your car has a satellite receiver, you’ll be able to listen to SiriusXM stations. You’re not able to listen to every station, but here’s a list of stations you’ll get with the preview: Sirius XM Channel Guide 2019
This trial is even available in your own car. So listen for free for the next 10 days. We love the service and since I never pay full price to renew, we plan on keeping our subscriptions active for the future.
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