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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Weekend Car Rental w/ 300 Miles EXPIRED

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Enterprise.com is offering a Weekend Car Rental w/ 300 miles (100 miles per day) with rates starting from $9.99 per day valid at Participating Locations for Cars Rented on Friday and ending the following Monday. Thanks JonathanK81

Note, rental must begin on or after September 7, 2017 and end on or before May 29, 2018.

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  • Economy or Compact Car $9.99 per day
  • Intermediate Car $14.99 per day
  • Standard Car $17.99 per day
  • Full Size Car $19.99 per day
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Offer valid at participating Enterprise locations. Not valid at airport locations and availability is limited. Rental must begin on or after September 7, 2017 and end on or before May 29, 2018. Renter and additional driver(s) must meet renting branch's standard rental qualifications. Other restrictions, including holiday / blackout dates and additional charges may apply. Refer to the terms and conditions at the bottom of the promotion page for complete details and the forum thread for discussion. -Corwin

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Enterprise Rental Car has brought back their $9.99 a day weekend special. It allows up to 100 Miles per day for reservations from Friday to Monday. This deal is limited to most LOCAL BRANCHES only, no airport locations. I've never had a problem at any local branch in getting the weekend special, unless they're very low on cars, then the price goes up.

It'll officially start on 9/7/17 and will last all the way to 5/29/18.

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Well the limitation on the mileage just kill it. I'll pass on that.
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They do offer a $14.99 unlimited mileage option. It's not advertised I don't think, but has been offered to me every time (when I needed it that is.)

Check with your local branch, honestly even at $14.99 it's not a bad price for a Compact car. And often times, you'll get upgraded to something nicer anyways.
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How many of us were duped into working for them? "Great pay!" Yeah, if you like working 70 hours a week, cleaning your cars in your tie and taking crap from customers because the insurance company doesn't give them a Corvette. I did meet my wife working there, so that was good!
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Well the limitation on the mileage just kill it. I'll pass on that.
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Well the limitation on the mileage just kill it. I'll pass on that.
They do offer a $14.99 unlimited mileage option. It's not advertised I don't think, but has been offered to me every time (when I needed it that is.)

Check with your local branch, honestly even at $14.99 it's not a bad price for a Compact car. And often times, you'll get upgraded to something nicer anyways.
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oh man they used to do this deal with unlimited miles and I would stack with the Entertainment Book free weekend day coupon. I remember many 800-1000 mile weekends for $20+tax
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oh man they used to do this deal with unlimited miles and I would stack with the Entertainment Book free weekend day coupon. I remember many 800-1000 mile weekends for $20+tax
Still can but it would be like $10 more for unlimited miles.

I used to hate these as an Enterprise Management Trainee, these were stat/sales killers (we were based off sales and such for performance).
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I understand the mileage is limited to 100/day, but do they also limit where you go. Can you cross state lines ?
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Would this work along with a corporate code as well?
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I understand the mileage is limited to 100/day, but do they also limit where you go. Can you cross state lines ?
I've done so without any issues whatsoever. I've never seen any rules prohibiting it. I guess it just depends how close you are to the border.

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Would this work along with a corporate code as well?
It will not stack, since the Weekend Special has its own code.
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oh man they used to do this deal with unlimited miles and I would stack with the Entertainment Book free weekend day coupon. I remember many 800-1000 mile weekends for $20+tax
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Still can but it would be like $10 more for unlimited miles.

I used to hate these as an Enterprise Management Trainee, these were stat/sales killers (we were based off sales and such for performance).

Do they still have the Entertainment Book free weekend coupon? I haven't seen these in awhile.
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They do offer a $14.99 unlimited mileage option. It's not advertised I don't think, but has been offered to me every time (when I needed it that is.)

Check with your local branch, honestly even at $14.99 it's not a bad price for a Compact car. And often times, you'll get upgraded to something nicer anyways.
No, that's not too bad at all. I'll check it out. Thank you.
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Hmmm...can't find it for any locations in the NYC area (and no way to search specifically for a participating branch).
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Still can but it would be like $10 more for unlimited miles.

I used to hate these as an Enterprise Management Trainee, these were stat/sales killers (we were based off sales and such for performance).
How many of us were duped into working for them? "Great pay!" Yeah, if you like working 70 hours a week, cleaning your cars in your tie and taking crap from customers because the insurance company doesn't give them a Corvette. I did meet my wife working there, so that was good!
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How many of us were duped into working for them? "Great pay!" Yeah, if you like working 70 hours a week, cleaning your cars in your tie and taking crap from customers because the insurance company doesn't give them a Corvette. I did meet my wife working there, so that was good!
I hear you lol, although I worked at a busier location, so I did not have to wash too many cars. But I did wash my share of them, it was a good change of pace from writing tickets.

Yea the hours sucked, after I switched to something else, I make more working a normal 40 hr work week than the 60+ hours I would put in there.
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After having rented from Hertz and Enterprise in the past few months I'll go Enterprise every time. Mileage is a bummer but $10/day is a great deal.
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