I'm a little confused in trying to figure out what to bid. It appears that without any discount codes, I can rent a Full Size SUV from the Myrtle Beach airport 7/8-7/15 for $50/day through both Alamo and National. I hoped that would equate to a $35/day rate through Priceline, but started at $25 since I have plenty of time. I wasn't surprised it was rejected, but it came back with stating a reasonable bid would be $50 with a better chance of getting it if I went with $53. Budget, Avis, and Hertz all have rates closer to $90/day so will that skew the winning bid I can expect through Priceline? Is it reasonable to think that $35/day for a Full Size SUV is possible? We also have the option of renting 2 cars instead of the Full Size SUV. If we did that, I would go with a convertible since our daughters have always wanted us to do that on vacation and just a standard or maybe even compact car. Our original intention was the full size SUV even though we only have 4 of us, because along with our suitcases we will have golf bags in hard travel cases. We found out the hard way during our Spring Break trip last year that fitting those hard cases in most trunks is quite difficult. Once we arrive at our house rental though, we can easily get by with a regular car as the bags are substantially smaller without the hard case. So what would be a reasonable expectation for renting one convertible plus one standard car? And what about one convertible plus one compact car? thanks for your help.