Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest” – WDRB 41 Louisville News

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest”

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015 8:19 PM EST

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies, explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn t have any surprises and having zero excess charges I think it s a really great plus, as well.

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a very lovely experience and described how they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems. Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





30/11/2017

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest” – ABC6 – Providence, RI and New Bedford, MA News, Weather

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest”

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015 8:19 PM EST

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies, explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn t have any surprises and having zero excess charges I think it s a really great plus, as well.

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a very lovely experience and described how they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems. Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





30/11/2017

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How to Stop Being Angry

We all know people who get angry easily. The ones that lash out either verbally or physically and are seemingly out-of-control. What’s interesting is that most of the time, they regret acting the way they did. They wish they had more self-control but they just can’t help it. It seems impossible to change. They see their anger as a genetic flaw that they have to put up with along with the negative consequences that inevitably follow their expressions of anger.

They are completely wrong.

Anger is not a genetic flaw and they don’t have to put up with it. Anger can be managed — but not by just breathing deeply and saying “Woo-Sah”.

The technique I’m about to introduce to you can be used anytime and anywhere. It can be used with people of all ages and the great thing is that it really works.

So how do you do it? How can you stop being angry (or teach someone else to stop being so angry)?

Well, there are two ways:

Venting takes the energy out of your anger but the anger can always build up again. I’m going to show you how to stop being angry by looking at what your anger is telling you.

The message your anger is sending is that one of your standards, values or important beliefs is being violated by you or someone else.

Take a minute to think back to the last time you were angry. Explore the situation and what your anger is telling you. Which strong belief is being violated?

After you’ve figured out the belief that is being violated, now it is time to work some “magic” and diffuse your anger once and for all. It’s fast, simple, and effective.

You just need to adopt one new belief:

Your beliefs are yours only. Not anyone else’s.

No one ever decided that your standards should be the ones that everyone follows. Your “map” is not the territory. It’s just your perception of the territory. When you take on this belief, your standards are no longer being violated because you’ve allowed other people to live by their own rules, not your rules. When your standards are not being violated, you have lost the reason to be angry.

This has been one of the most powerful realizations in my life.

Let me tell you a true story…

* * * One day I was driving along a highway in New York City when I was cut off by a young driver in a mid-size sedan. Automatically, I started to “create” a story that he was this rude and disrespectful person that should be taught a lesson. One that I am normally glad to teach. But instead of chasing him down and putting both our lives in danger, I remembered that being angry meant that one of my beliefs had been violated.

I realized that the driver violated my standard that people should respect others especially when driving. Then I thought, what if he wasn’t disrespecting me. What if he was rushing home because his pregnant wife’s water just broke. Would I still be angry?

What’s interesting is that both of these scenarios are equally likely. There is really no way for me to confirm.

So which belief will diffuse my anger?

I hope his wife is alright,” I told myself and I continued the drive to my friend’s house.

What methods do you use to control your anger? What do you find most effective? For those who try this method, let me know how it worked for you.

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18/09/2017

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Why are airfare prices so high, despite low oil prices? Page

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Why are airfare prices so high, despite low oil prices?

Nov 30, 15 1:56 pm by LarryJ

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Originally Posted by boybi

I know fuel cost comprise a huge percentage in an airline’s operating costs, but why didn’t ticket prices reflect the drop in fuel prices?

Because the airplane’s are (nearly) full. A business does not lower prices when they are already selling out their supply of product.

The way that lower costs lead to reduced fares is that airlines will add more capacity (they already are doing so) due to the lower costs. When this additional capacity comes online the fares will drop to keep it (nearly) full.

A restaurant or supermarket can make quick adjustments in supply when their costs, or market demand, changes. It takes a lot of time and money to acquire new (or used) airplanes or to economically remove aircraft from service. New aircraft also come with long-term commitments so an airline must be convinced that it will be able to deploy the new capacity profitably for the duration of that commitment.

In the case of current fuel prices, there isn’t any guarantee that the current low prices will last for an extended period of time. In fact, the chances are good that fuel will be significantly more expensive than today when any aircraft ordered today are delivered.





21/08/2017

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Why are airfare prices so high, despite low oil prices?

Nov 30, 15 1:56 pm by LarryJ

Quote:

Originally Posted by boybi

I know fuel cost comprise a huge percentage in an airline’s operating costs, but why didn’t ticket prices reflect the drop in fuel prices?

Because the airplane’s are (nearly) full. A business does not lower prices when they are already selling out their supply of product.

The way that lower costs lead to reduced fares is that airlines will add more capacity (they already are doing so) due to the lower costs. When this additional capacity comes online the fares will drop to keep it (nearly) full.

A restaurant or supermarket can make quick adjustments in supply when their costs, or market demand, changes. It takes a lot of time and money to acquire new (or used) airplanes or to economically remove aircraft from service. New aircraft also come with long-term commitments so an airline must be convinced that it will be able to deploy the new capacity profitably for the duration of that commitment.

In the case of current fuel prices, there isn’t any guarantee that the current low prices will last for an extended period of time. In fact, the chances are good that fuel will be significantly more expensive than today when any aircraft ordered today are delivered.





15/07/2017

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It – s

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

“I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies,” explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. “It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn’t have any surprises and having zero excess charges – I think it’s a really great plus, as well.”

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap’s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a “very lovely experience” and described how “they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems.” Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





27/05/2017

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Why are airfare prices so high, despite low oil prices?

Nov 30, 15 1:56 pm by LarryJ

Quote:

Originally Posted by boybi

I know fuel cost comprise a huge percentage in an airline’s operating costs, but why didn’t ticket prices reflect the drop in fuel prices?

Because the airplane’s are (nearly) full. A business does not lower prices when they are already selling out their supply of product.

The way that lower costs lead to reduced fares is that airlines will add more capacity (they already are doing so) due to the lower costs. When this additional capacity comes online the fares will drop to keep it (nearly) full.

A restaurant or supermarket can make quick adjustments in supply when their costs, or market demand, changes. It takes a lot of time and money to acquire new (or used) airplanes or to economically remove aircraft from service. New aircraft also come with long-term commitments so an airline must be convinced that it will be able to deploy the new capacity profitably for the duration of that commitment.

In the case of current fuel prices, there isn’t any guarantee that the current low prices will last for an extended period of time. In fact, the chances are good that fuel will be significantly more expensive than today when any aircraft ordered today are delivered.





27/05/2017

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest” – ABC6 – Providence, RI and New Bedford, MA News, Weather

Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It’s “Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest”

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015 8:19 PM EST

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies, explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn t have any surprises and having zero excess charges I think it s a really great plus, as well.

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a very lovely experience and described how they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems. Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





25/05/2017

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It – s

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

“I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies,” explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. “It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn’t have any surprises and having zero excess charges – I think it’s a really great plus, as well.”

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap’s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a “very lovely experience” and described how “they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems.” Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





14/04/2017

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Super Cheap Car Rental Announces The Winner of It s Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest

California Car Rental Company Gives Away a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2015

In 2014, Super Cheap Car Rental announced their Not So New Car Giveaway Selfie Contest to offer their customers a chance to win a 2006 4-door 5-passenger Toyota Corolla. This month, they are thrilled to announce the winner. Congratulations to Sarah Jane Cass for winning the Not So New Car Giveaway!

The Not So New Car Giveaway was held for loyal customers of Super Cheap Car Rental as a way to show their gratitude for the community that has collected around the company. Cass, who rents from Super Cheap with every visit to L.A. posted her selfie and won the prize by popular vote via Facebook. We spoke with Cass to get her thoughts on the big win and why she chooses to rent with Super Cheap.

“I had nightmares in the past with big car rental companies,” explains Cass. She contrasts her experiences of renting from big corporations with the friendly, no surprise experience of Super Cheap rentals. “It was what I expected. I had really lovely email conversations about pricing and what it would include before I booked. I just didn’t have any surprises and having zero excess charges – I think it’s a really great plus, as well.”

Cass began renting from Super Cheap when she was staying with her friend in Los Angeles. She discovered that in the fast pace, expansive metropolis of LA, it was easier to drive than to take public transit for the month she was there. To avoid the exorbitant amounts of big corporate companies, her friend recommended that Cass take advantage of Super Cheap’s affordable long-term rates. During that time, she learned that the benefits of Super Cheap are more than just affordability. She explained her first rental as a “very lovely experience” and described how “they [Super Cheap agents] checked in two weeks later to see how the rental car was doing and if I had any problems.” Cass has been renting from Super Cheap ever since.

Enjoy the Corolla, Sarah!

To find out more about Super Cheap Car Rental and how you can benefit from friendly service with great rates, visit their website at http://www.supercheapcar.com .





14/04/2017

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The Best Time to Buy Airline Tickets? It s Not So

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The Best Time to Buy Airline Tickets? It’s Not So Simple Anymore

The days are growing shorter. The candy aisles grow larger and the Halloween costume pop-up stores occupy all the vacant storefronts. That can only mean one thing — the holidays are around the corner and it’s time for travel. First we’ll go over the woods to Grandmother’s House and then we’ll be planning our Caribbean getaways in the depths of the tundra that is February.

There’s a lot of information out there about the best time to buy plane tickets. The collective common knowledge Lifehacker says that Tuesdays at 3 p.m. Eastern and two months out from the date of travel is the ideal time to snag the lowest fares. However, it’s not that simple anymore. Here are a number of other considerations to make when shopping around for flights to your next great escape.

Social media deals

It pays to follow airlines on their social media channels and through their email newsletter sign ups. Airlines such as JetBlue   ( NASDAQ: JBLU ) and Southwest  ( NYSE: LUV ) offer travel deals to their followers and subscribers that are not advertised to the general public.

For example, last year JetBlue offered a Go Pack  — an “all you can fly” up to 10 one-way flights deal between select cities for one flat price for three months. Other airlines have toyed with similar deals. They are not advertised in traditional ways and instead are reported through travel blogs, social media, and e-blasts. These channels also advertise cheap last-minute deals for those who can and/or want to jet to a new destination on a whim.

Go to the source

Flight shopping aggregator sites like Kayak.com and AirFastTickets.com are great for scanning many flights on a wide range of carriers. However, they’re only baselines.

When you find a flight that matches your needs, quickly walk your fingers over to the airline’s website to look for the same flight. Many times airlines make the flights on their websites slightly cheaper than what they offer on aggregator sites.

Want to really take it to the lower limit? Nomadic Matt. the king of travel hackers, has been known to shop for flights in other currencies via the international websites of popular airlines to take advantage of arbitrage opportunities. That might sound crazy, though Matt is a guy who travels around the world many times over with travel costs close to zero.

Airline alert sign ups

Ever wish you could set some kind of web alarm to alert you the moment a given fare drops? AirfareWatchdog.com is the answer to your travel prayers. Set your alerts and get back to planning the fun parts of your travel.

AirfareWatchdog.com will do the tedious task of finding your best deals for you. Many sites also offer low-fare guarantees so that if you find the same flight you purchased through them at a lower price, you will receive a refund of the difference.

Break out the travel crystal ball

How many times have you thought, “I wish I knew if this fare was going to drop or if I should snap it up now”? Though not a perfect science, many sites such as Bing Travel  have price predictors that tell if the price of the fare you’re looking at will hold steady, drop or, rise. Think of this nifty tool as help from the dealer at the travel blackjack table.

Put it all together

If you have two months of lead time and are available to be in front of a computer at precisely 3 p.m. Eastern on a Tuesday, by all means see what you can find. If your life makes this set of circumstances difficult, don’t despair. This doesn’t make you destined to pay outrageous sums for airline tickets.

What’s true at the gym is also true in the case of airline tickets: work smarter, not harder. Follow your favorite airlines through social media for inside deals and last-minute sales.

Once you purchase a ticket, set up an alert to track the fare so you can claim your partial refund if the fare goes down before you take to the friendly skies. Before buying a ticket, find out what a couple of predictive airfare sites say about the likely not-to-distant-future price of the ticket.

With a bit of homework, a lot of automated monitoring, and a keen sense of adventure, the sky really is the limit.

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14/04/2017

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