Budget Offers Discounted One-Way Rentals from Florida

Photo via Atomic Taco/Flickr
Photo via Atomic Taco/Flickr

For a limited time, Budget Car Rental has announced a one-way rental promotion for customers traveling from Florida to select U.S. locations.

Customers can rent a Budget car at one location and return it to another, with unlimited mileage and no drop-off fees, according to the company.

Now through June 30, 2016, customers traveling one-way from Florida — to participating locations —can receive these car classes and pricing:

• Economy, compact, and mid-size vehicles for $7.89 per day
• Standard and full-size vehicles for $7.89 per day
• Passenger vans for $7.89 per day
• Convertibles for $14.49 per day
• Intermediate SUVs for $17.49 per day
• Standard SUVs for $19.49 per day
• Minivans for $24.49 per day

"Budget is committed to offering its customers great value — and that's exactly what these deals provide — low one-way prices on quality, well-maintained rental vehicles," said Scott Deaver, executive vice president and chief marketing officer, Avis Budget Group. "It's the perfect way to escape the warm weather — at your leisure in a comfortable vehicle of your choice so that you can enjoy all the sites and sounds along the route."

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