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    You can use Priceline for Car rentals. I have also used http://www.carlsvanrentals.com/ to rent a van there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfrank View Post
    You can use Priceline for Car rentals. I have also used http://www.carlsvanrentals.com/ to rent a van there.
    I would still suggest checking Costco first. The last few years they've beat out any other discount I could find. And you can always cancel with no penalty if needed.
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    i have checked out costco. about 90 to get them to my house and return that day. about 900 to rent a big enough car for 15 days about 289 to rent a car to get them to orlando if we drive some of them, use the car for 9 days and return it to airport. that would mean that when her husband flies in for the last 4 days, he would either have to rent a car or we would need to get one on Saturday when we leave to go home, or we would have to stay in a hotel one more night to drive some of them to the airport a mini van for the 9 days would be about 610. when you use costco, can you use any codes you find or is that it, no coupons so to speak

    priceline was pretty pricey for the bigger car

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    So Wyndham charges housekeeping credits like Worldmark then? Bummer.
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    Most times you can close in, occasionally further out depending on if a night has bend "orphaned" by other reservations. The problem though is that it still costs a full week's housekeeping credits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sydney View Post
    So Wyndham charges housekeeping credits like Worldmark then? Bummer.
    Yes, varying with the size of unit.
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    It's a shame they are not all old, like you and me, so they could get everything for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapmarks View Post

    priceline was pretty pricey for the bigger car
    They are if you do not bid. Bidding gets you great discounts. http://biddingfortravel.yuku.com/for...o#.VK3LPlU8S2I
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    I will try it Frank, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapmarks View Post
    I will try it Frank, thanks
    Wait, do not bid on your own or you can end up paying more. Once accepted, you cannot cancel.
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    I think my daughter will need to do it, as I am not the driver and I don't have her information. but I saw a really good special on a van for two weeks and I think she should take it (if she would answer phone, text, email_

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