Enterprise Car Rental Discounts

I really dislike Enterprise Rent a Car. They don’t have any sort of expedited pickup process that I’ve ever experienced, the paperwork takes a long time, and the ritualistic walkaround of the rental car, the theatre to sell you additional insurance, is grating. And I’ve not personally seen any nice cars on their lots. Give me Avis or Hertz any time, and oft-overlooked rental car status, thank you very much.

But if you must rent from Enterprise, I came across a couple of discount codes on Flyertalk recently, no notations as to when they expire. Code ESJ8A3 provides 25% off at neighborhood locations only (not airport locations). And code ERACFRE offers 20% off at all locations when paying by Discover Card.

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  1. The deal offered by Spirit Air is pretty remarkable, especially considering the current price of jet fuel. At FreeStuffandGreatDeals.com, there is a link to how you can get $9 air fare on Spirit Air Lines by joining their Spirit club (for $39.99)! Sounds like an awesome deal to me!

  2. I am not at all in agreement with you that Enterprise Car rental is the best out there, I will gladly explain why.

    I leave in Dorado Puerto Rico just 6.2 miles from the nearest Enterprise Dealership in Bayamon PR. I called for a reservation as my car blew out it’s transmission and I have medical appointments scheduled for twice a week for the next 4 weeks.

    The “person” that attended me said that they would not pick me up because I do not leave in Bayamon.

    I called Enterprise Corporate and they stated that there policy was that the cannot pick up a customer if said customer lives outside of their maximum range of ten miles, when I asked why the Bayamon office would not pick me up she (Shiela customer service) said ” I don’t know why”.

    When I called back to the Enterprise office in Bayamon the manager said it was a time issue, it would take thirty minutes to pick me up and return to the office!

    For the lack of desire to do your job, and to not comply with what you advertise on tv, internet, even newspaper ads, I say to you Enterprise Car Rental that you have lost a corporate member since 1987 and I will gladly share my lowely opinion of you to anyone and everyone I can.

    Fianlly, my advise steer clear from Enterprise Car Rental here in Puerto Rico or anywhere for that matter.

    Sincerly Frustrated,
    David Padilla
    President & CEO
    PadCo Endeavors, Inc.

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