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Discover card rewards redemption - Rent a car(Alamo / Enterprise / National) $40 gift card for $20

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Discover card offers gift card in exchange of the cashback rewards and there has been discussions regarding the best way to put the rewards to good use. Redeeming for gift cards has not always been the best idea, however currently Discover is offering $40 car rentals gift cards for $20. This may have been around for a while but didn't see this posted.

Enterprise : Discover - redeem gift card for Enterprise [discovercard.com]

Certificate must be used by calling Enterprise at 1-866-304-7681 or going to enterprise.com to make reservations and reference customer number DISCBB.
Certificate must be presented at the time of rental pickup to receive credit
One Certificate per rental. Minimum Purchase of $40.
Certificate amount applies to standard rates only (as quoted by calling the toll-free telephone number: 1-866-304-7681

Alamo : Discover - redeem gift card for Alamo [discovercard.com]

Certificates must be applied at time of reservation. Book online at www.alamo.com or call 1-866-626-9102
When making a reservation, be sure to reference your unique certificate number, which is provided upon redemption
One certificate per Alamo rental
Not valid with any other offer, discount or promotional rate from Alamo


National:Discover - redeem gift card for National [discovercard.com]

Many other gift cards are available for less than the face value here [discovercard.com].
Certificates must be applied at time of reservation. Book online at www.nationalcar.com or call 1-866-626-9104
When making a reservation, be sure to reference your unique certificate number, which is provided upon redemption
One certificate per National rental
Not valid with any other offer, discount or promotional rate
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Yeah it's been around for awhile. Problem is using it with another discount code has been next to impossible. At least in my experience.
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Agreed. And that is why I have included the conditions in bold.

Might be useful for that last minute plan when all the deals have been taken.
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Would this void the complementary insurance that usually comes with discover credit card?
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These are gone now... probably won't use my discover card anymore. I thought these were a great value
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actually, it was the price for 10 years....
but actually, it sucks .. you have to call the specif phone # to get bad price to use it ....not cover insurance .....
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I would avoid using these at all cost. I used one last November and was unable to get it to work on enterprise.com. When I called the number they claimed I was all set. I went into the store and the $40 was missing from the reservation. 20 minutes later the employee "figured it out". 3 months later I received a bill in the mail from Enterprise for $80. After several calls to Enterprise and Discover I got my $40 refunded to me by Discover and had to pay the $80 bill to Enterprise.

Considering all the pitfalls in the entire process the $20 that you might saved is not worth it at all.
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Would this void the complementary insurance that usually comes with discover credit card?
I think it does. I was gonna use this at one point. Just not worth it.
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