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Kauai Kid

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Anyone got a good discount code for AVIS?

Airline prices aren't the only things that have gone up.:eek:

Mahalo,

Sterling
 

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Try hotwire Sterling, and I mean the normal rez process on hotwire. I hope you aren't stuck on Avis.

I think biddingfortravel might have a post with different discount codes you can try.

Once you find something reasonable, you can try bidding for a lower amount on priceline.

-David
 
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I reserved a mid size car for mid-November in Maui with Alamo for $163/week made through Costco. I've also got a Hotwire search on-going and have checked a few other places. I might save $20 bidding through Priceline but it ends up more expensive in that with Priceline you only get one driver and to add my wife would be $10/day additional...or $70 more.

Either way, unless the drop the price to $100/week with taxes, the Costco rate is likely going to be the best.
 
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