Car Rentals for $10 a Day? Road Trip!
One-way car rentals from Florida to cities up the East Coast cost as little as $10 per day between April and June, thanks to several new promotions aimed at moving a surplus of vehicles. Hertz, Budget, National, and Avis are all running similar deals—and they’re skipping the extra fee for different-city drop-offs. Out West, Hertz is running a $30-per-day sale in Arizona.
Save $160 on Next Year’s Epic Pass
It’s easy, especially if you’re skiing this spring. From now until April 12, turn in your spring lift ticket to an Epic Pass office and they’ll deduct its value (up to $160) if you buy next season’s pass. And swoon—the 2015–2016 Epic Season Pass is already on sale for $769, so you could snag next winter’s lift tickets for $609.
Own This Maine Bed-and-Breakfast for $125
Want to own a lakeside bed-and-breakfast on 12 acres in Maine with views of the White Mountains? Enter this contest to win the Center Lovell Inn and Restaurant. Write a compelling 200-word essay about why you should be the owner and send it in with $125. Janice Sage, the inn’s owner, will select her favorite and fork over the keys. Sound strange? Sage is keeping a tradition alive: She came into possession of the property the same way in 1993.
Airfare to Hawaii Is Lower Than Usual
Keep an eye out for deals to Hawaii. Jaunted reports that airlines from US Airways to Delta have been offering up abnormally cheap round-trip fares to airports all over Hawaii—under $600 from the East Coast!
Europe Keeps Getting Cheaper
Tickets on Rail Europe’s Eurostar Train, which connects London to Paris, are 20 percent off, and its London and Paris passes (which get you free entry to the respective city’s main attractions, commission-free currency exchange, and free access to public transportation) are 10 percent off. The catch? Buy before March 24.