Silvercar is Coming to Las Vegas in 2016

Dec 7, 2015

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Silvercar’s growth hasn’t exactly been explosive, but the mini-chain is definitely growing, adding locations around the country on a regular basis. Back in September, Silvercar shared the news that it would be opening an outpost in New York City, and now the agency has a new location to announce.

Beginning today, you can reserve a Silvercar in Las Vegas starting at $69 per day, with rentals available beginning January 4, 2016. Silvercar operates a fleet of silver Audi A4s, and each car includes Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and Sirius Radio. You can definitely score a cheaper rental through Las Vegas’ traditional car rental agencies, but Silvercar guarantees a new(ish) Audi. The agency’s LAS location is located next to the airport, at 1335 E. Sunset Road. Silvercar will likely pick you up at the terminal, but those details have yet to be confirmed.

You can earn a $25 credit on your first rental by entering referral code: BKELLY1.

Silvercar is now available in Manhattan.
Silvercar is now available in Las Vegas.

Silvercar is also available in Austin (AUS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DAL and DFW), Denver (DEN), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York City, Phoenix (PHX) and San Francisco (SFO). Be sure to reserve your car with a credit card that offers primary rental car coverage, such as Chase Sapphire Preferred.


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