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Car Rental at PIE?

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We are flying into St. Pete/Clearwater airport (PIE) per Allegiant Airlines this coming Sunday, Nov. 4th. We will need a car rental. The rates are so high. I will try to bid on Priceline, but thought I should have a back up plan in case they don't accept our bid. I wondered if there is an off airport location that might be quite a lot cheaper than the airport that we could use. In another city once, we were able to rent off airport, but bring it back to the airport when we returned the car. I realize we would have to have a shuttle or something to get to this off airport location.

Does anyone have any ideas what we can do to cut the cost down? For 11 nights we are getting prices of about $500 plus on the internet!

Thanks a lot.

Brendaann

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