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Any good discounts for Car Hire in Orlando

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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
We're going to Orlando in October (25th October to 2nd November to be precise) and are looking for car hire.

Does anyone know of any good discount codes or sales on at the moment please?

We used Dollar when we went to L.A. as it included a free second driver but that doesn't seem to be the case in Orlando.
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2y, 5m agoPosted 2 years, 5 months ago
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#1
We are just back from Orlando and used Budget, they were literally awful! Make sure you avoid them :)

Have a great time :)
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geegee-pinata
We are just back from Orlando and used Budget, they were literally awful! Make sure you avoid them :)

Have a great time :)

Oh goodness, thanks very much for the advice! Hope the rest of the holiday was better.
#3
have a look at holiday extras think they quote to find u cheapest.. and holiday autos as well. google them at work so cant link direct
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justanothercid
have a look at holiday extras think they quote to find u cheapest.. and holiday autos as well. google them at work so cant link direct

Thanks, will have a look. I tried Travel Supermarket but didn't find them very competitive but Budget Air was quite reasonable but then was unsure which was the best company, i.e. Alamo, Dollar, Avis, etc.
#5
We've just booked ours for next year in Florida using Affordable Car Hire, via Tesco Clubcard. £470 of car hire ended up costing us £20 cash plus £150 of Tesco vouchers. CompareCarHire is a good price indicator of whether you're getting offered a good deal or not, but always check the fuel policy and insurance. The one we've taken is a 'zero-excess' policy, which seems to be comprehensive, but I'll look into it further nearer the time.

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