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I have never rented a car in Las Vegas; your mileage my vary. That said, I have also found across the US, if you rent off-airport, you can save big, because the tourist fees are not applied. Search 'Hertz Local Edition' or similar. Good luck.
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HOTWIRE.
But you gotta prepay in full and it's nonrefundable. Beats all the majors, and minors, and the car you get comes from one of them anyway. You may find coupons online to get additional savings off Hotwire.
Our trips when we fly in are typically two plus weeks long, so the Hotwire savings really add up. Have used them only for car rentals.

Wait, what!? You don't get limo service to everywhere you go?
Even a shleppy little player like myself (compared to you) at one time was able to get limo service from/to the airport, to the mall or burger joint or anywhere I wanted. The casino would even pay for all my stuff at the mall and burger joint or anything I wanted from the gift shop, including gold jewelry and watches. Unfortunately I didn't ask for a Rolex.
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
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♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
Boz
You also have to look at the rules of each agency. And read reviews.
Do you want to risk standing in line to start your vacation for hours? Some of the discount agencies are understaffed and you see long lines at many airports. How hard sold do you want to be bothered with? Like resort fees, many rentals push insurance and other options that will destroy your quoted rate.
Sixt, a discount agency with horrible reviews requires you purchase insurance, even if your own credit card and personal insurance cover it. Note that Sixt often comes up with Hotwire.
My suggestion is to sign up with Hertz or another companies loyalty program for free and skip the line and walk right to your car. If you find a comparable rate, the time savings are worth a few dollars to me.
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My suggestion is to sign up with Hertz or another companies loyalty program for free and skip the line and walk right to your car. If you find a comparable rate, the time savings are worth a few dollars to me.

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Also, I'm not sure with other agencies, but with Alamo, they let you check in online. They don't (that I know of) have a loyalty program that lets you skip the line, but if you do the online check-in, you get to skip the line -- and you don't have to sign up for anything. At least, that's how it worked when I rented from Alamo at McCarran a few years back.
One thing that might be a consideration with Hotwire or other 3rd party discounters: There are several credit cards out there that provide car rental insurance (usually free of charge), but most, if not all, only cover rentals made directly with the rental agency. So if you rent through Hotwire, you most likely won't get the benefit of any coverage your credit card may provide.
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Come on Axel, how long did it take you to think up that inane irrelevant response.
You know we're talking about (or at least I am talking about) rentals in places where we go for long periods, non-casino non-gaming trips, and yet you come up with an ill mannered response like that. And this is more of the reason why I'd have no interest in meeting you. Perhaps you're not so dislikable in person though, but I don't think I will ever find out.
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Come on Axel, how long did it take you to think up that inane irrelevant response.
You know we're talking about (or at least I am talking about) rentals in places where we go for long periods, non-casino non-gaming trips, and yet you come up with an ill mannered response like that. And this is more of the reason why I'd have no interest in meeting you. Perhaps you're not so dislikable in person though, but I don't think I will ever find out.


Axel is one of the kindest people I am friends with, maybe you’re the common denominator here seeing as you seem to bring this type of thing out of people.
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I've been renting through Priceline recently. You can pick your provider quotes and avoid nightmares like Sixt and Fox, or you can let them be included. I'm hertz gold, emerald, couple other clubs, and check the rates, but priceline has beaten them (same agency) every time in the last year, a couple times by 50% or better.

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And you can cancel your car and rebook for a better rate as much as you want, though if they have an automatic lowest price revision I haven't seen it. You have to do the check yourself.
I even had a big score one very late flight recently, when the person sitting next to me had a direct reservation with the same company I got my priceline car, and they told him sorry, out of cars. He was ahead of me in line! But they had held my car, probably because of the 3rd party booking. I ended up giving him a ride to his hotel, if anybody's wondering.
So, anyway, Spock, I suggest you add Priceline to your group of car rental agency checks.
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I've been renting through Priceline recently. You can pick your provider quotes and avoid nightmares like Sixt and Fox, or you can let them be included. I'm hertz gold, emerald, couple other clubs, and check the rates, but priceline has beaten them (same agency) every time in the last year, a couple times by 50% or better.
And you can cancel your car and rebook for a better rate as much as you want, though if they have an automatic lowest price revision I haven't seen it. You have to do the check yourself.
I even had a big score one very late flight recently, when the person sitting next to me had a direct reservation with the same company I got my priceline car, and they told him sorry, out of cars. He was ahead of me in line! But they had held my car, probably because of the 3rd party booking. I ended up giving him a ride to his hotel, if anybody's wondering.
So, anyway, Spock, I suggest you add Priceline to your group of car rental agency checks.

Babs, if you book through Priceline, do you still get to skip the lines if you are a loyalty member of the agency? Say, Piriceline gives you a Hertz rental, do you get the same Gold Club perks as when you book directly through Hertz?
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Costco Travel is where it’s at if you’re a Costco member.
I can usually get a car in Vegas for four nights at $80-90 total (that includes all taxes and fees). They only deal with Alamo, Avis, Budget, and Enterprise so no double shuttle.
Budget usually ends up being cheapest and I’ve had no problems with them. And definitely join the loyalty clubs to skip the lines.
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