expired Avis Cars $10 a Day Unlimited KMs from QLD or Melb Travelling to Sydney and Other NSW


Rent a Group B (e.g. Hyundai Getz 5 door automatic), Group C (e.g. Hyundai Elantra), Group D (e.g. Mitsubishi Lancer) or Group E (e.g. Holden Commodore) for a minimum 1 day and maximum 7 days from the locations listed below for under $10 per day.

Unlimited kilometres and no one way fee! BUT it's a one way deal

Pick up from

Brisbane Airport
Coolangatta Airport
Melbourne Airport
Return to

Artarmon Newcastle Airport
Bankstown Parramatta
Bathurst Port Macquarie Airport
Canberra Airport Star City Pyrmont
Canberra City Sydney Airport
Croydon Sydney City
Castle Hill Taren Point
Circular Quay West Ryde
Hornsby Wollongong
Mayfield World Square

Now could say fly to Melb - tour the Great Ocean Road 5 days then drive back to Sydney for a 7 day car hire cost of $70 - unless there are other conditions I didn't see

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    sounds like a deal

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    OH YOU BEAUTY. off to try now, will report back.

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    Hertz, Budget and Thrifty all have similar deals on at the moment.


    This seems like a good deal. In essence it's cheaper than a taxi but you have to drive yourself and provide fuel (right)?


    " tour the Great Ocean Road 5 days then drive back to Sydney for a 7 day car hire cost of $70 - unless there are other conditions I didn’t see"

    You could - but the big condition is that the booking (pick-up) has to be started by 31st March, so it's only over the next few weeks.

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      You are absolutely right, but what I was trying to point out is that if you look at these deals/bargains as presented you may overlook a real opportunity. Just like in some cases where airlines used to offer deals on flights with minimum 7 day stop over (to stop business passengers using them) you could actually book two flights cheaper than one - and just not use the return legs.

      Most deals have a time restriction on them - just like the $10 DVD's - they sell out. So the ones who can be quick to buy/adapt get the best.

      As bargain hunters sharing the creative ways this can be done, helps us all. So in this case someone who wants a cheap holiday and can act quickly its a deal. Why even someone in Melbourne could rent the car for 5 days drive to Sydney/Canberra stay for the weekend and fly back. Of course the maths needs to be done


    all the major suppliers have these deals regularly - most are listed at sites like http://www.diycarhire.com.au


    does it include insurance (reduced excess), which they normally charge $22-$25/day for?


      Probably not. But you can always get local travel insurance which is usually pretty cheap that covers car rental excess. 7 days single $46. which gives $4000 cover for excess from travel insurance direct, far better than the $25 an day rate. or your credit card might also cover this depending on card type


    these deals usually do not include the additional insurance - the $10 per day deal certainly does not, nor does it include the general taxes and charges.
    When considering the additional insurance you need to consider the risk, how long you will have the car for, how often you have an accident in your own car, etc. ozpete is correct - cards such as AMEX and Diners often have a facility, whereby they cover you for travel related insurance if you use the card to purchase travel products - check the fine print from your card issuer.

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