Silly Old Bear -- any discounts or lack thereof, depends on the day, Pooh, depends on the day. Heck, even depends on the hour of the day. At 10 p.m. tonight, this CDP might give 60 percent off, but at 11 p.m. today, it might actually be more $$$ to use this particular CDP....depends on the moment, I guess would be the best way to put it.This discount would only drop my price by 3-4% off rack rate. It was only a couple of dollars per day. Yes this adds up, but no where near 40%
I don't live in Florida but I got myself a SunPass transponder to use each time we go to Florida. It has been fantastic and I never have to worry about tolls anymore while in Florida. You can sign up at SunPass website. It has suction cups to attach to windshield so I pop it on and off each trip. It stays in my "bag of travel essentials" so I never forget it. I loaded it with the minimum amount needed and it automatically replenishes via my credit card when funds run low.I like the fact you get a free additional driver with AAA. This trip we are going to try their Plate Pass since we will be there several weeks. We think it will be worth the 24.75 plus tolls for that length of time. Hopefully that will go well.
Of course it is! The easiest way to check is to try it yourself --Is original post discount code still valid?
Dreams Unlimited Travel is the company that sponsors these boards. Are their offered discounts the lowest? Not usually. But I guess it's better than nothing.Of course it is! The easiest way to check is to try it yourself --
People seem to have an especially tough time putting the code in the right box on the Hertz quote request.
It is not always the cheapest, but it is not a bad code. At the moment, it is giving a rate that is $10 more per day than the CDP I usually use, but it is still about $20 a day cheaper than the Hertz "rack rate."
Of course, Hertz rates are often up there, but, depending on where and when you pull a quote, Hertz can be the cheapest of all -- even below the bottom-feeding Payless, etc.
The best deal here in my opinion is getting the free second driver through the Hertz Mumbo Jumbo club, or whatever the name of it is -- as mentioned in the OP.
The CDP mentioned in the OP comes back to DREAMS UNLIMITED TRAVEL -- they are an agency that seems to pinpoint Disney travelers -- have no idea how competitive they happen to be.
There are better CDPs out there for Hertz, but again, the OP CDP is better than nothing. Give it a try YOURSELF> Just go to Hertz.com and plug it (or any other codes you have) in.
The key phrase is not usually. I have one Hertz CDP that is "golden" and seems to give fantastic rates ALMOST all the time -- cheaper than ANY car rental firm available through Costco (Budget, National, etc), cheaper than any companies on carrentals.com etc.Dreams Unlimited Travel is the company that sponsors these boards. Are their offered discounts the lowest? Not usually. But I guess it's better than nothing.