Daily Getaways $25 Off a $50 Alamo Certificate

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Daily Getaways is back, and today is Day 1.

For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, over the last seven years the U.S. Travel Association has offered some great travel deals and packages on a first-come first-served basis. Past offers have included discounted loyalty points, savings on SeaWorld passes, savings on hotel nights in Vegas, car rentals, and so on.

Some of the offers are only mildly interesting, but some are great for those planning travels in the summertime as well as savvy travelers looking to maximize their options.

The fun this year starts today, when different travel deals go live each weekday at 1pm EST until May 12,

Here is the snapshot of the calendar of deals for the first week (April 10) –

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Today’s deal is for Alamo Car Rental certificates, where you get a $50 certificate for just $25 – half off. The certificate is good towards any vehicle, and is applied to the base rate (taxes and airport fees excluded). You can purchase up to three of the certificates and combine them when redeeming, but if you want to use multiples at once you’ll have to call to make the reservation.

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This deal will go on sale at 1pm EST today.

Monday, April 10, 2017:

$50 Alamo certificate for $25. There are 2000 available with a max of 3 purchased.

This is a good opportunity to get Alamo certificates at a discount.

If you’re interested, follow the link above for the package you want to purchase which will go live at 1pm EST today.

Here are the T&C for the Alamo deal –

All sales are final and no refunds or substitutions will be provided after the transaction is complete.
Certificate amount will be applied to base rate only (time and mileage) for the entire rental period, and does not apply to taxes, other government-authorized or imposed surcharges, license recoupment/air tax recovery and concession recoupment fees, airport and airport facility fees, fuel, additional driver fee, one (1)-way rental charge, or optional items, which are the responsibility of the renter.
Items purchased cannot be brokered, bartered, sold or altered in any way. Such offers will be voided, confiscated and/or canceled.
Valid Certificate ID and Contract ID required for all rentals.
Certificate ID may only be used once and is void upon redemption.
Offer valid on the rental of any size car, subject to availability.
Taxes and other surcharges are paid separately.
Offer valid for rentals at participating locations in the United States.
Must meet standard rental qualifications. You might have to pay extra if you are a driver under the age of 25.
Check your auto policy and/or credit card agreement for rental vehicle coverage.
Offer is subject to standard rental conditions.
Twenty-four (24)-hour advance reservation required.
Certificate not valid with any other discount, offer, or promotional rate, except you may combine up to three (3) separate certificates per single rental.
When using more than one (1) certificate, reservations must be made by calling 1.866.626.9102.
Any unused portion of the certificate will be forfeited, and no residual credit or refunds will be issued if the certificate is not fully used.
Certificate is not exchangeable, refundable, transferable, or redeemable for cash.
Void if damaged, defaced, reproduced, bought, bartered, or sold for cash. Cash value 1/100cents.
Void where prohibited.

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  1. shaun

    Looks like they posted all 5 weeks worth of getaways. Am i right to assume the Hertz & Hyatt points are the items again this year?

    • Melinda

      You’re spot on, Shaun.

      Although many will find value in some of the specific packages like SeaWorld tickets, the offers that I think have the best value are Hertz, Hyatt, Marriott eGiftcards, Fairmont, and today’s Alamo deal.

      The trouble with the hot ticket items is that they are difficult to get, now that Daily Getaways has become more popular and there are limited quantities available. That doesn’t stop us from trying though… 🙂

  2. JRG

    I got three of the vouchers from Alamo. I have used them before w/o issue, and sometimes they do stack with other codes; you just have to try.

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