Alamo Offers Great Savings for Travelers in Latin America and the Caribbean

Alamo Rent A Car is offering discounted rates, free rental days, and class upgrades for travel to Latin America.

"Alamo Rent A Car is pleased to make travel in Latin America more affordable as we head into the fall and winter getaway months," said Ron Cerko, vice president - Travel Industry Development for Alamo. "Alamo strives to offer low rental rates at the most popular destinations, and we believe this program allows us to do just that for those planning travel in one or more of the 15 exciting destinations."

One Free Day: Valid for a rental of at least five days.

One Class Upgrade: Reserve an economy through standard car group for a four-day minimum rental and receive one class upgrade.

$20 Off: Reserve any car group for at least a three-day rental and receive $20 off.

The above offers are available for travel in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Panama. The "one free day" offer is also valid in Dominican Republic. These offers are good through Dec. 15, 2009.

Save up to 25 percent. The discount is offered for travel in Antigua, Argentina, Aruba, Bahamas, Chile, Costa Rica, Curacao, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, St. Barthelemy, and St. Maarten. This offer is good through Jan. 31, 2010.

GPS Inclusive Rate: Reserve a car and Garmin StreetPilot online with a minimum of a one day rental. This offer is valid for travel in Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Panama.

More information about the offers can be found here.

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