$29.70 For Avis Premium Car Rental Certificates

Update, 3:45pm: Sold Out!

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$29.70 For Avis Premium Car Rental Certificates

I’ve been avoiding posting these Daily Getaway deals since they usually sell out in a split second, but surprisingly this one is still open.

With an AMEX card you’ll automatically get 10% off every deal, so you can purchase these Avis certs for $29.70 each and they’re good in the US and Canada for a Premium (Group G) car. These certs are not valid in NY metro and are not valid for one-way rentals. There are some blackout dates around holiday times.

The nice thing is that you won’t pay any percentage based taxes with these certs but you will pay any facility fees.

You can purchase up to 7 certs on a credit card and you can use up to 7 certs on a single rental.

The certs will expire 03/31/14.

Note that your credit card won’t cover the CDW insurance if you pay with these so my strategy is to reserve with the coupon code but to hand them in only after the rental is complete and there is no damage to the car.  If you did damage the car then just leave the rental on the credit card you used to reserve the car with.

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39 Responses to “$29.70 For Avis Premium Car Rental Certificates”

  1. Hey Says:
    1

    So each cert is good for a 1 day rental?

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  2. baby Says:
    2

    underage fee?

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  3. Freddie Says:
    3

    Thanks picked up 5 of them.

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  4. EmceeME Says:
    4

    Is there any way to get a premium car from Avis under 25?

    On a side note, I get premium cars from Enterprise for about $34 w/o any certs. :)

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  5. chaim Says:
    5

    in for 7 thanks.

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  6. Dan Says:
    6

    @Hey:
    Yes.

    @baby:
    Will apply (unless you have a corp AWD that waives it)

    @EmceeME:
    $34 with tax?

    @Freddie:
    @chaim:
    Enjoy.

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  7. David Says:
    7

    yay got two!! can these be combined with other coupons?

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  8. Yehuda S Says:
    8

    Is there any way to find out which days are blackout days?

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  9. @emceeMe Says:
    9

    How do you do that? Care to share?

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  10. EmceeME Says:
    10

    I have a good deal with my local Enterprise, they perk me all the time. Just got a mustang convertible for economy price. No underage fees ever, unlimited miles, $7.00 a day taxes.

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  11. Travel247 Says:
    11

    Got 4 at 1:10pm. In YVR (in August) it’s $110 a day for Premium economy car + tax (economy $80+).
    How about it for $29.70!!! savings of over $320 on the 4 day rental! If only all travel was so easy.

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  12. Al Says:
    12

    Thrifty has some good deals on cheaper than Avis.

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  13. Thingywingy Says:
    13

    Can you use 2 for a 2 day rental? Or max one per rental?

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  14. daniel Says:
    14

    Can I buy another seven with a different email. Or with a fake name?

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  15. sam Says:
    15

    Thanks!!

    In for 10 certs.

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  16. Mini Says:
    16

    Excuse my ignorance but is JFK considered ny metro area?

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  17. jake Says:
    17

    excuse my ignorance but what does premium group g mean? Can you get a van. Where is the info on premium groups?

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  18. Josh Says:
    18

    yea I would also like to know, what does premium g mean?

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  19. Trader Says:
    19

    Is thre an expiration date

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  20. sam Says:
    20

    @jake: Class G: Premium
    Avis Example: Chrysler 300
    Buick LaCrosse
    Dodge Challenger
    Dodge Charger
    Ford Taurus
    Lincoln MKZ
    Toyota Avalon
    Volkswagon CC (Avis lists it as VOLK CC2S 4DR)

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  21. Moshe Says:
    21

    The terms and conditions say…
    Intended recipient of this coupon certificate must visit the Avis counter to sign and surrender this coupon certificate at the time of rental.
    Can you confirm that you can withhold the coupons until after the rental?

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  22. flyingace Says:
    22

    Can someone with a coupon code check blackout dates? I am looking to use it for 8 days at Denver airport. Avis needs the code to check for blackout dates.

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  23. ihow Says:
    23

    on the thread from avis on DDF im seeing some codes for upgrades, so when i book a full size car rental, im getting upgraded to a premium”, is this not the same thing, for free?

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  24. Dan Says:
    24

    @David:
    Like what? It’s already free.

    @Thingywingy:
    Read the post.

    @daniel:
    You can even use the same email.

    @Mini:
    Yes, NYC is generally considered to be NYC.

    @Moshe:
    Yes, I have given them at the time of return. I just tell them I want to apply them before the finish the receipt.

    @flyingace:
    IIRC maybe the coupon code was tuca037
    But that’s based on when I bought them 2 years ago and I’m not positive about that code.

    @ihow:
    Huh??
    This isn’t an upgrade it’s prepaying for a premium rental.

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  25. timothy Says:
    25

    is there an AWD associated with these coupons, or can you use any AWD number?

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  26. Dan Says:
    26

    @timothy:
    From what I recall from 2 years ago you were able to use any AWD.

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  27. Thingywingy Says:
    27

    Sorry, this inventory is already on hold for other customers while they complete their order.

    But they may choose not to buy it, so here’s what you can do:
    1. Try Again
    2. Try selecting a smaller quantity

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  28. ny, Says:
    28

    @Thingywingy:
    Saw same message…
    but they have this deal too…

    Save $25 on Your Next Alamo Car Rental

    Click here to email this Auction to your friend
    Price: $25
    Estimated Value: $50
    Limited Availability
    Use any American Express® Card to get an extra 10% off.

    Quantity Buy Now

    Chevy Equinox

    Jeep Grand Cherokee

    Ford Fusion

    GMC Acadia

    Buick LaCrosse

    Ford Escape

    Chevy Equinox

    Jeep Grand Cherokee
    Click here to see the previous imageClick here to see the next imageDESCRIPTION REDEMPTION TERMS & CONDITIONS
    What You Receive: $50 certificate toward a car rental sent via e-mail.
    Dates of Travel: Anytime.
    Max. Quantity per Purchase: 3

    Get going with this great deal from Alamo Rent A Car.

    Purchase this certificate (valued at $50) for $25 and use it toward a car rental with Alamo Rent A Car at participating locations. The amount will be applied to the total base rate for the entire rental period.

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  29. Hilllel Says:
    29

    Does class G include vans?

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  30. SCBM Says:
    30

    Tried for a while until I got through but you have to be a US resident. Please let us know more about Canadian deals.

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  31. Kugel Says:
    31

    how do things go so quickly?

    how do I sign up for a text for such short term ideas?

    would it flood all offers, or just those that are for hours?

    TIA

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  32. Dan Says:
    32

    @Kugel:

    Join the 14,400+ people who follow @DansDeals on twitter and you’ll get a tweet when a deal is posted on DansDeals.com!
    You can even set up your mobile device to receive text messages (and choose which hours of the night not to bother you) and you’ll be the first to know about every deal. After setting up your device be sure to opt into mobile notifications from DansDeals (it’s in the drop-down menu next to the blue “Following” button), so that you will never again be kicking yourself for missing another deal!

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  33. ny, Says:
    33

    Price: $33
    Estimated Value: $50
    This getaway is completely sold out.But don’t worry – there are plenty of other offers.
    Check out the rest of the week’s getaways on the homepage
    View past getaways that are still available

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  34. David Says:
    34

    are they transferable?

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  35. ihow Says:
    35

    can i add the usaa AWD to waive the under age fee?

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  36. Dan Says:
    36

    @David:
    Yes.

    @ihow:
    Probably.

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  37. harry Says:
    37

    Dan,

    is the reason for no insurance because you are buying certificates as opposed to pre-paying for a car?
    so it would be different to booking a car with priceline or chase ultimate rewards travel portal? which I assume will give insurance since you are paying for the actual car with the card?

    on a side note, does the ink plus cover insurance in australia?

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  38. N Says:
    38

    says sold out for a few days, can u please update main page?

    DEAD

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  39. Q Says:
    39

    Oops, maybe can do “sold out” in red, same as in the past?

    bold font?

    ReplyReply

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