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March 21, 2012
What You'll Get
The thrill of cruising down the open road is surpassed only by the thrill of watching a chicken cross the open road, but not asking why. Saddle up for four-wheeled thrills with today’s Groupon to Thrifty Car Rental. This Groupon is valid for pick-up and drop-off at Thrifty’s two London locations and Waterloo location. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 toward car-rental services.
- For $35, you get $70 toward car-rental services.</p>
With more than 1,000 locations scattered throughout 70 countries, Thrifty Car Rental offers customers an expansive selection of rental cars crafted by manufacturers including Hyundai, Toyota, Chrysler, and Dodge. After signing a waiver and being checked for black-market fuzzy dice, licensed drivers with at least 21 years of life-experience can borrow a vehicle such as the economy-size Hyundai Accent ($30–$34/day), mid-size Toyota Corolla ($35–$37/day), or full-size Chrysler Sebring ($40–$42/day). Unlike their smaller counterparts, bigger vehicles—including the Toyota RAV4 ($60/day) and Dodge Grand Caravan ($70/day)—are capable of carrying large amounts of passengers, cargo, and pinatas stuffed with smaller pinatas, and boast an extra mileage fee ($0.20/kilometre) for trips that exceed the kilometre limit.
Thrifty Car Rental’s rates fluctuate throughout the year.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2/person. Limit 1 per rental. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. Not valid 12/23-12/26 or 2/17-2/20. Minimum 2-day rental for $40 option, 4-day rental for $70 option. Must be 21 or older. Extra fee for ages 21-24 may apply. Must sign waiver. Must provide valid G license and credit card with same name. Debit or checks not accepted. Not valid with reward points, prepaid rates, or previous rentals. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.