Delaney Simchuk, Car Insurance Writer
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Yes, AAA offers discounts of up to 20% on rental cars from participating Hertz, Thrifty, and Dollar locations. The AAA rental car discount applies to the base rate of a rental car, not including taxes and fees, and some cars are excluded from the discount.
To get a AAA car rental discount, you will need to use your AAA club discount code, your AAA member ID, or the promotion code from the rental car company when booking your reservation.
AAA Rental Car Discounts
AAA Customer Discount
Up to 20%
Up to 8%
Up to 10%
Extra Rental Car Benefits for AAA Members
- Fee waivers. Hertz waives young renter fees for members ages 20-24 and additional driver fees for all qualified AAA members, saving customers up to $43 per day. Dollar and Thrifty waive the additional AAA driver fees, saving customers about $13 per day.
- Prepay discount. AAA members can save up to 10% on top of the AAA rental car discount by prepaying for a Hertz rental car through AAA.
- Other benefits. Hertz, Thrifty, and Dollar include the use of one child/ infant/booster seat for free for AAA members.
To learn more, check out WalletHub's complete review of AAA insurance.
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