Daily Getaways Flash Sale: 50% Off Alamo Vouchers

Apr 10, 2017

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Update 1:36pm: Today’s deal is sold out. Check back tomorrow for Las Vegas hotel deals.

From today through May 12, you can take advantage of the U.S. Travel Association’s Daily Getaways deals. During the promotional period, each weekday at 1pm ET will feature a different travel deal available while supplies last. Popular deals will sell-out in a matter of seconds, but others may stick around for days afterward.

Alamo Daily Getawys

Today’s Deal: $50 certificate toward an Alamo car rental for $25

Deals available: 2,000

Maximum Quantity per Purchase: 3

Timing: The deal goes live at 1pm ET today

Expiration Date: none

Link: Here’s the link to today’s deal

Limitations: This offer is valid for rentals at participating locations in the United States. The $50 voucher can only be applied to the base rate only — not applicable for taxes, other fees or surcharges. 24-hour advanced reservation required. Up to three certificates can be applied to a single rental. If using more than one certificate, you must call 1-866-626-9102 to make your reservation. Full terms & conditions can be found here.

Considering this is one of the more popular Daily Getaway deals, we can expect this deal to likely be gone within a few minutes. So, make sure that you’re on the Daily Getaways website promptly at 12:59pm ET and mashing the refresh button until it goes live. Once you’ve selected the quantity, don’t go back. I’ve lost out on Daily Getaway deals in the past because I wasn’t sure on the quantity I’ve wanted to purchase, so make sure you’re set on a number before you attempt to snag one of these deals.

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