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Hertz Coupon CDP Combination

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This CDP is for the ABA. American Bar Association. There is really no way to ID for this. This code also eliminates the underage fee in its entirety. You can also use your own corporate CDP code with the following RQ and PC's below. The one given is just to help those underage and it honestly gives better discounts than most CDP's I've seen.

CDP Code= 13000
RQ=BEST
PC=113761 (25 off a weekly rental ANY CAR CLASS)

Other personal favorite PC Codes are:

10 Off/Day at the Airport up to $30 (Only up to Small SUV)= PC 166725
15 off/Day on Prestige Rentals up to $75= PC 161431
For all of you who hate renting at the Airport. This PC will take $5off/day at any Hertz Local Edition on any car class up to $20 = PC 107520 or 167252 (depends on location)
One class car upgrade (Highest upgrade to full size) At the airport for week or weekend trip =PC Code 113783
$50 off a monthly rental at the airport PC= 161416

There are other codes available for coupons, but I use the ones above most frequently. Hope this helps some of you guys.

Just use that CDP CODE and RATE code and pick a PC of your choosing and use them ALL together.
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Created 02-22-2012 at 02:43 AM by chaderino
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Sorry what is the RQ codes do?
Can you explain that CDP code further? I'm not sure I understand what that specific CDP does. I checked my company's CDP and it says it includes 'discounts' and insurance coverage.
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Sorry what is the RQ codes do?
Can you explain that CDP code further? I'm not sure I understand what that specific CDP does. I checked my company's CDP and it says it includes 'discounts' and insurance coverage.

CDP code is a corporate code that your company or affiliate has negotiated. The one listed above that I gave is one that most people could use comfortably. The rate quote "BEST" gives you better rates when used in combination with your corporate CDP. Think of it as an even further discount when used with your corporate CDP code that you have. You can use your CDP code, the RQ code I provided and a PC code (coupon) code all at once. I call it triple dipping and its 100% legal. Hope that helps explain it better.
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Generous of you to take the time & share chaderino but it appears using hot wire .com is cheaper.
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Generous of you to take the time & share chaderino but it appears using hot wire .com is cheaper.
Shouldn't be if we are talking hertz.....
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CDP code is a corporate code that your company or affiliate has negotiated. The one listed above that I gave is one that most people could use comfortably. The rate quote "BEST" gives you better rates when used in combination with your corporate CDP. Think of it as an even further discount when used with your corporate CDP code that you have. You can use your CDP code, the RQ code I provided and a PC code (coupon) code all at once. I call it triple dipping and its 100% legal. Hope that helps explain it better.
Just so you know if you are not a member of, or employed by the ABA you are NOT entitled to this CDP rate. Insurance is only included on business rentals expressly for ABA employees only, and even if you accept additional coverage then get in an accident it will be found out that you do not have ABA affiliations. You will then be responsible for damages yourself, regardless. Use at your own risk, as if you are asked to provide an ABA identifier and do not have it, the discount will be removed. Trust me.
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Shouldn't be if we are talking hertz.....
For my rentals, its not so much the company, but the car class, price, and value. So here are my results:

Toyota Corolla or similar (searching Providence, RI)

Hotwire: $18.95/day
Hertz using CDP: $31.94/day; about $5 higher using PC and RQ

Also, system wouldn't allow entry of CDP (13000) and RQ (BEST) at the same time. Tried 2 different CDPs. PC and RQ entry allowed. All three - no go.

Hotwire gets my business on this one. Thanks for posting - appreciate the info.
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Had a question on the collision and liability insurance : If I currently have my own insurance (let us say GEICO) and if I take rental car, I will be able to use GEICO insurance for my rental car? It should work? I don't want to take 20$ (collision) plus 15$ (liability) insurance per day from rental company.

I also read somewhere that VISA or AMEX (the card used to pay rental) will also cover as secondary insurance (after GEICO).

Wanted to clarify. Thanks in advance.
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Had a question on the collision and liability insurance : If I currently have my own insurance (let us say GEICO) and if I take rental car, I will be able to use GEICO insurance for my rental car? It should work? I don't want to take 20$ (collision) plus 15$ (liability) insurance per day from rental company.

I also read somewhere that VISA or AMEX (the card used to pay rental) will also cover as secondary insurance (after GEICO).

Wanted to clarify. Thanks in advance.
AMEX i am sure of Visa new one on me.
they never even ask me for insurance when use AMEX
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Generous of you to take the time & share chaderino but it appears using hot wire .com is cheaper.

Hotwire is usually no where near as cheap.
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I pay $30 per rental to have Amex provide total insurance coverage on every rental. I had to sign up for it at the amex site and now it is automatic if I use my amex to rent a car. Of course, I never rent for less than 4 days so it makes sense for me. Would not make sense for a 1 day rental.

Info about this here: https://www295.americanexpress.co...ource=CCSG

Not trying to hijack this thread chaderino - just provide some tangental info.
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This seems like abuse.
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I like to use "looser" affiliations like Walmart or Costco or USAA which I have. Don't want to 'impersonate' a hard earned professionally licensed person such as a doctor or worse a lawyer. lol. That being said, AMEX will cover the first $500--the deductible--of my car insurance should a rental car get bopped or worse.

Two sites that I've found are great with these codes are rental car savers dot, and rental codes dot. Alot of times you can get one way fee dropped,extra 10% off for using a specific CC, free 2nd driver, underage fee waived, etc. by using the right two codes for that trip which will be more important that saving $5 or so on the base rate. This is something that cannot be done on Hotwire. Not to mention if you needed to use your airline discount code for bonus credit.

9 times out of 10 that I rent, I beat the hotwires etc. price by using the above mentioned sites and of course posts like this which highlight certain current promos. I rented a car last year with an add on code I saw on SD: $49 for a full week in FL!!!! Wasn't Hertz, but Alamo, but you have to be flexible somewhere
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AMEX i am sure of Visa new one on me.
they never even ask me for insurance when use AMEX
I was told (both Amex/Visa) that if I have my own auto insurance (that is for my car) and if I take rental by declining their collision/liability, then Amex/Visa will be secondary with primary being my auto insurance. I want to clarify this.
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Mods please delete. Double posted somehow.
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