AutoSlash was designed to provide our customers with the cheapest possible price on a car rental. To date, we have saved them over $100 million. On average, our customers save around 30% compared to other websites. We achieve this through two unique methods:
AutoSlash maintains a comprehensive database of car rental coupons and discount codes. We're constantly searching for new discounts and closely track their effectiveness. When you request a free quote, our system analyzes your specific rental and any applicable groups or memberships you belong to in order to determine the best possible deal.
This sets us apart from other websites that simply display "standard" rates. AutoSlash goes the extra mile by testing hundreds of coupons and discount codes against your rental to ensure you get the lowest price possible.
If you were to do this research on your own, it would take hours or even days. AutoSlash's system makes quick work of it, but it does take a few minutes to find the best possible deal for each company. That's why we ask for your email address so we can send your quote after our system has processed your request.
Getting the best upfront price is only half the battle. Rental rates can change multiple times per day. What if rates drop after you book? Just because you have the best price today doesn't mean it's still the best deal tomorrow, or next week, or even the day before you pick up the rental. Why leave money on the table?
That's why it's smart to take advantage of AutoSlash's price tracking service for your car rental. Simply enter a few details about your reservation and let us do the rest. We'll keep checking for lower rates and email you if we find a better deal. Then you can simply re-book at the lower price and cancel your old higher-priced reservation. It's like price protection for your rental, and it even works if you originally booked on a different website.
Consumers who use our free price tracker end up saving an additional 20% on their rental on average. Cha-ching!
If you're not using AutoSlash, you're likely overpaying for your car rental.