Save on One Way Car Rental from Florida


Planning to visit or leave Florida soon?

If so, consider driving a rental car home with Enterprise. Rates are as low as $9.99 per day.

Not only will you save money in the process, but you’ll also create lifelong memories during your journey. That’s what a road trip is all about.

So, if you’re flying into the sunshine state, drive home instead of buying a return plane ticket. Your bank account will surely thank you.


This offer applies to reservations from March 26 through May 31, 2018, from the following Florida locations: Fort Myers, Sarasota, Naples, Punta Gorda, Orlando, Disney Hotels, Daytona Beach, Melbourne and Sanford.

The deal is also good from April 1 through May 31, 2018, at these Florida locations: Tampa, Clearwater, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm, Key West and Boca Raton.

Whether you’re traveling to Florida for Spring Break or for perhaps a Memorial Day getaway, Enterprise has you covered with a fantastic offer for the route home.

The Sunshine State is a terrific travel destination for families, couples and singles.

Take the family for a memorable vacation, book a bachelor or bacheloretteparty, visit the theme parks or just relax on the beach. After all, Florida is well known for its beaches.

Sarasota has the No. 1 beach in the United States, Orlando has a plethora of attractions for all ages and Miami has sensational food as well as plenty of activities for the kids.

Daytona Beach is another fun city you could fly into for a getaway and then rent a car for the drive home.

Or if you’re a Florida resident, this is a good deal on a road trip to Georgia, Alabama, New Orleans or anywhere in the continental U.S. that your heart desires.

Road trips are great for the soul.

But it’s no secret that vacations can be pricey, which is why it’s so important to find ways to save on travel. The $9.99 base rate per day is valid for Economy through Full Size vehicles. The rate jumps to $19.99 for intermediate and standard SUVs and up to $24.99 for minivans.

Of course, these base pay rates exclude taxes, fees and surcharges.

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