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Dovster Oct 14, 14 4:10 pm

Enterprise on the Strip (Vegas)
 
I am going to be spending 9 days in Vegas and will want a car for at least part of the time.

If I rent at the airport, I save the $20 each way for a taxi to my hotel but I have to rent for the full 9 days and, as I will have two very large suitcases with me, I will need a full size car. The least expensive I can find is at E-Z and it would run $317.94. It has the disadvantages of having to wait to fill out the paperwork and returning a bit earlier in order to catch my flight.

I am thinking of taking a taxi to/from the airport and renting an Economy-sized car from one of the Enterprise places on the Strip. I would keep it for a week and the price would be $203.35.

In all, this looks like a much better deal for me but I was wondering if anyone here has had any experience with these places and if there is anything I should watch out for.

DenverBrian Oct 21, 14 10:31 pm

Take a look at www.carrentals.com to see if there is anything cheaper there.

E-Z is one of those lower-tier rental places that I tend to avoid.

I rent from Enterprise all the time nationwide and they're quite good. I have rented before from the Westin location and it's easy, central and the staff is competent.

Dovster Oct 22, 14 12:00 am

Thank you. I am pretty sure I will go with Enterprise.


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