(EXPIRED) One-way rentals from Florida from $8 per day

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If you’re looking to take a road trip up the East Coast, several rental companies are offering deals for one-way car rentals good for pick up in Florida and returns at a number of airports (from as far south as Atlanta to as far north as Boston).

The Deal

  • Get cheap one-way car rentals from Florida to various airports north of Florida. See the landing page for each rental company by licking their names here:

Key Details

  • Hertz: Pick-up must occur between April 21, 2019 and May 31, 2019. Maximum rental period is 14 days.
    • Pick-up locations: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Sarasota, and Fort Myers
    • Drop-off locations: Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC
  • Avis: Valid for checkout between 4/21/19 and 6/30/19 for one-way rentals only; vehicle must be picked up at a participating Florida location and returned to a different participating U.S. location outside the state of Florida; excludes pick-up from Pensacola and Jacksonville. Maximum rental period is 14 days.
    • Pick-up locations: Florida excluding Pensacola and Jacksonville
    • Drop-off locations: Outside of Florida. Exact participating locations not specified, but marketed as “Northeast”
  • Budget: Valid for checkout between 4/1/19 and 6/30/19 for one-way rentals only; vehicle must be picked up at a participating Florida location and returned to a different participating U.S. location outside the state of Florida; excludes pick-up from Pensacola and Jacksonville. Maximum rental period is 14 days.
    • Pick-up locations: Florida excluding Pensacola and Jacksonville
    • Drop-off locations: Outside of Florida. Exact participating locations not specified, but marketed as “Northeast”
  • Alamo: Offer valid for one-way rentals picked up at participating Florida locations and returned to a participating Alamo location in the Continental US outside of the state of Florida. See the date ranges and pick up locations below. Maximum rental period of 14 days.
    • Pick-up locations: Valid for reservations picked up between March 23 – May 31, 2019 from Fort Myers, Sarasota, Naples and Punta Gorda or for reservations picked up between April 20 – May 31, 2019 from Orlando, Disney Hotels, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Sanford, Tampa, Clearwater, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm, Key West and Boca Raton.
    • Drop-off locations: Within the continental US outside of Florida.
  • Enterprise: Offer valid for one-way rentals picked up at participating Florida locations and returned to a participating Alamo location in the Continental US outside of the state of Florida. See the date ranges and pick up locations below. Maximum rental period of 14 days.
    • Pick-up locations: Valid for reservations picked up between March 23 – May 31, 2019 from Fort Myers, Sarasota, Naples and Punta Gorda or for reservations picked up between April 20 – May 31, 2019 from Orlando, Disney Hotels, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Sanford, Tampa, Clearwater, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm, Key West and Boca Raton.
    • Drop-off locations: Within the continental US outside of Florida.

Quick Thoughts

Just a couple of years ago, you could snag these spring time one-way deals from Florida as cheap as five bucks a day, so this year’s deals aren’t that exciting to me (apart from Hertz, anyway). While Hertz is advertising from $7.99 per day, Brian Cohen at The Gate shows an example with a base rate of $7.19, so it is possible that you’ll find cheaper deals (perhaps from all of the above rental companies). The Gate also previously reported the Avis and Budget deals.

At $8 per day or maybe even $15 per day, this might not be a bad deal if you’re just itching for a road trip up the East Coast. If you’ve been loading up on fuel point promos lately, it might even work out to be a cheap way to make your way north. While $25 per day doesn’t sound like a “deal” on a rental car, it’s still pretty good considering the fact that you won’t pay a one-way drop-off fee, which can sometimes make car rentals very expensive. Make sure you use a card that offers primary CDW coverage for your rental.

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