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Rental Car Reservation via Ireland site or American site?

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Hey folks, I am finding that renting a car for our Ireland trip is more stressful than airline tickets and housing combined. I was looking at Hertz.ie and their quote for a Nissan Qashqai (or similar) was €511 Euros (before CDW, et al). At Hertz.com, the same car was €334 Euros. This is a significant amount. I guess my question is this: is this safe to use Hertz.com to rent in Ireland? I would just hate to get there and find out something wasn't right and I had to waste precious vacation time setting up a new car hire.

My MasterCard (Chase Sapphire Preferred) covers CDW (yes, even in Ireland!), so I wasn't planning on getting that coverage. But Dan Dooley's website specifically said they only accept World MasterCard for CDW. Has anyone had experience with this? It just seems odd that a company offers in writing, that htey will cover CDW and Dooley still won't accept it.

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