Buy $50 Alamo Certificates for $25 with Daily Getaways

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Daily Getaways is offering a $50 Alamo rental certificate for $25. You can purchase a maximum of 3 certificates, and the promotion starts on May 9, 2019, at 1 p.m. ET.

Key Terms

  • Purchase a $50 Alamo rental certificate for $25.
  • The promotion starts on May 9, 2019, 1 p.m. ET.
  • You can purchase a maximum of 3 certificates.
  • There are 2,200 certificates available for purchase.
  • Allow up to 5 days to receive your certificate(s) via email.
  • The certificates are only valid at locations within the U.S.
  • The certificate gives you $50 off the base rate of your rental.

Our Take

If you hire cars from Alamo regularly or can see yourself using them in the near future, this promotion is a no-brainer. You are effectively buying a 50% discount on up to $150 spent on base rental rates if you buy the maximum number of certificates.  Remember like all the US Travel Getaways, there is a limited number of deals on offer, and they get snapped up quickly.

Source: Daily Getaways

 

Buy $50 Alamo Certificates for $25 with Daily Getaways
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Comments

  • Alamo has great cars!!!

  • The Arts Traveler says:

    Does Alamo offer high end cars? It would be great to use these certificates for that. I have never rented from Alamo, but now I may just give it a try.

  • Alamo isn’t my favorite, but it’s worth it in many cases. Good luck to all.

  • terms and conditions say not valid with promotional rate – anyone know if that includes books made via Costco travel. They have the second driver is always free which can be huge

  • Bill from Maine says:

    If you do a phone rental reservation you can use more than 1 coupon code, otherwise it’s only 1 code per online rental. I have a couple of codes leftover from last year but with 4 Alamo rental situations coming up I opted to purchase 3 more today. They come in handy.

    • Good to know, Bill, about the use of multiple codes; makes these much more valuable. Alamo isn’t my go-to rental brand, but at a 50% discount, it’s the front-runner for now.

    • That’s a really helpful piece of info. Thanks.

  • I fear these will be almost impossible to get hold of.

  • I usually stick with Hertz, but 50% off is 50% off.

  • I get these all the time and they work fine. For a weekend rental, as an example. But the $50 face comes off the base price so pay attention to that. Work w/o issue and go along fine with my Alamo membership discount, too.

  • Michaelj1 says:

    $25 off is $25 off and $25 in your pocket!

  • It says promotion has ended….

  • I see the promotion has ended but I didn’t know this was even an option. I’m so good with hotel and airline points that often a rental car is the most expensive part of my trip. I’ll keep my eyes out for things like this in the future

  • Does anyone know when these certificates will expire?

    • They don’t expire. I had a couple from before over two years old. Just keep the email somewhere safe so you don’t lose it. It has two numbers, both of which are entered when you make your reservation.
      Make sure you have an Alamo account (save an extra 5% with every reservation) before you put in the numbers. Remember, it’s $50 off of the base cost, not the total.

      If you make a reservation and then cancel later, the certificate is still good, then. I’ve done that a few times w/o issues.

  • Not bad as offer but being on a travel could not try to take this certificate for Alamo.

  • Just beware of T&C

    Twenty-four (24)-hour advance reservation required.

  • I did not know that Alamo offers 2nd driver free! Awesome! I do like Alamo. I just end up somehow always renting from Enterprise that I wonder if they know stuff OR there are tons of Enterprise locations where I rent! lol!
    I always love when I can take advantage of deals. We just had to rent a car after having an accident and got a double upgrade from Enterprise! My husband was VERY happy.

  • $50 for $25 this is a no brainer

  • shucks..looks like I’m late to the party. I do like Alamo and often rent through Costco and Alamo is often the cheapest.

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