This fall and winter, Dollar, Hertz, and Thrifty are offering dirt cheap daily rates on their rental cars as in incentive for you to drive their stock south for them. You can find cars for as little as $5 a day with pick up locations at airports along the east coast and drop off destinations in Florida.
At five dollars a day, you could rent a car for a whole week for just $35, or up to two weeks for $70! That is unbeatable.
When it gets cold up north, people stop renting cars. Rental companies need a way to get their cars to a market with more demand year round. Setting rental rates at rock bottom to attract customers is the cheapest way of doing that.
Pick Up Locations and Dates
The following pick up locations have cheap rentals available, for pick up as early as the date listed in the right column.
Drop Off Locations and Date
You can drop off you rental car at the airports in any of the following cities in Florida…
- Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
- Fort Myers (RSW)
- Jacksonville (JAX)
- Miami (MIA)
- Orlando (MCO)
- Palm Beach (PBI)
- Sarasota / Bradenton (SRQ)
- Tallahassee (TLH)
- Tampa (TBA)
…by December 10, 2017 at the latest.
The maximum rental period is 14 days. There are lots of options available ranging from economy to full size vehicles.
Which Card to Put Your Rental On
In our Travel Protection Benefits of Chase, Citi, & Amex Cards series I go over the travel insurance policies provided by nine popular rewards credit cards. Check it out to see which card you’re best off charging this rental too.
If you have a Sapphire Reserve, Ink Business Preferred, or Sapphire Preferred, one of those will likely be your best option as they all provide primary insurance on domestic rentals (as opposed to Amex or Citi cards which only provide secondary).
Want to take a road trip to Florida this fall or winter? Or perhaps you live in Florida and could take advantage of a rental for the return journey home around a holiday when cash flights are expensive and there’s no award space. Book a Hertz, Thrifty, or Dollar rental car for as little as $5 a day for an incredibly cheap form of travel.