Same car and dates and I can see ~$400 from EC using an employee discount rate. Similar quote from Avis on a Corp rate.I've noticed that rates are coming down and a sense that normality is not far off. I think that once confidence in international travel grows (ie fewer people travel domestically) reasonable rates will return. Until then, look at this cough from Europcar:
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To be fair, the others are offering in the $700-$850 range. But even that's too high IMO.
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On the basis that I can actually get a car now, I'd say the fleets are being restocked. The speed is indeterminable and yes they're not immune to those forces plaguing the car industry. That's the supply side.Keep in mind the reason for high prices is nothing to do with people coming back to travel, but the fact that they sold off lots of cars during the pandemic........ and it's difficult to replace due to the chip shortage.
Wow. Care to share how one might obtain such rates? Preferably without a career changeSame car and dates and I can see ~$400 from EC using an employee discount rate. Similar quote from Avis on a Corp rate.
I do find EC can throw up some really whacky numbers if not logged in or no offer code/promo number. Almost as if to scare off the occasional renter?