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techman41973

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  1. Hello, I'm new to bidding on rental cars. I'd like to try bidding on a rental car in Las Vegas for a trip in January. I have some questions and assumptions I'd like some feedback on. 1. From what I understand Priceline is now the only site where you can bid on rental cars. 2. I a member Budget Fastbreak, Hertz Gold Plus Rewards which allows me to skip the rental counter and paperwork. If I bid on a rental car and get assigned a car from either of these companies, can I still skip the counter and paperwork or does bidding not allow me to access these conveninces that I get when I make a reservation on their website. 3. I understand that I should first use your price finder http://www.betterbidding.com/cartool/ to find the current market price of the vehicle I want to rent. How much less than the current market price should I bid ? 4. From what I've read I should focus on bidding on smaller cars since rental car lots have plenty of these models. Can I successfully bid on a standard or midsize? Or stick with compact, subcompact and intermediate? 5. Is it true that once I win my bid I can't change or cancel the reservation (Piceline)? 6. Is it true that I can only bid once every 24-hours? 7. I only want to bid for a car that I pick up at the airport, not a nearby local branch. Can I limit my bidding to an airport rental center? 8. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated.
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