Jersey City, Seattle and Detroit Tie for 2nd in Hotwire’s Travel Savings Report

Hotwire.com released the November 2012 Hotwire Travel Savings Indicator. The report, released Nov. 20, features the top five cities in North America where car rental, air and hotel rates have dropped the most compared to the same time last year.

For the second month in a row, Cincinnati topped the car rental list with a 33% drop to $26 per day. Detroit also returned to the list from last month, but the city is now tied for second place with Jersey City and Seattle.

Rank

Car Rental
Market

Price Drops

Average Hotwire
Car Rental Price

1 Cincinnati, OH -33% $26
2 Jersey City, NJ -21% $38
3 Seattle, WA -21% $20
4 Detroit, MI -21% $24
5 Miami Beach, FL -18% $32


Hotwire's car rental prices are average prices based on bookings across all car and seat classes — actual prices may be higher or lower than the examples provided.


You can see October’s report from Hotwire here.

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