$50 Alamo Rental Car Certificates for $25

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Today is the third day of week 4 of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways.

For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, travel deals and packages are offered on a first-come first-served each weekday from April 4, 2016 through May 6, 2016. For a look at previous offers or to learn more about the Daily Getaways click here.

Today’s deals are for Alamo Certificates –

$50 Alamo certificate (2,000 packages available)

The certificates go on sale at 1pm EST today.

You can purchase a maximum of 3 Alamo certificates with this deal. You’re basically getting a $50 certificate for half price.

To purchase, click the individual links above or follow this link to the calendar for the week of April 18, 2016 and select the package you are interested in.

The $50 certificate costs $25, and can be used towards an Alamo car rental at participating locations. The amount of the certificate will be applied to the base rate for the entire rental period. It cannot be used to pay the tax on any rental, and while the certificate can only be used once you can combine it with up to two others (for a maximum of 3 certificates per rental).

If you purchase this deal, within 5 business days you will receive an emailed certificate with details on how to redeem.

Note that the certificate cannot be combined with any promotional or discount rates, so if you typically use a AAA rate or such on a car rental, the certificate won’t be valid on those.

If you regularly rent with Alamo, these certificates are a good deal especially since the website doesn’t list any expiration date for their use.

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