How to get best car rental prices at Denver Airport?

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Arriving on July 11 and going departing July 18 .
Do not rally car about the kind of car. As of now it looks like about 800.00 for a week with the damage protection, and do I need that?

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Some credit cards and some personal automobile insurance policies include rental car provisions. Check for that about the collision waiver. As to the rental base rates, try carrental.com and kayak look at your frequent flyer club memberships and/or costco You do not have to fly the airline to get the frequent flyer club rate It is about $380 on a compact with unlimited miles PLUS Collision waiver using Carrental.com. It should still be substantially less than the quote you have, and you can also try other quotes. After browing and before committing, can try Hotwire where you do not know the company until you book and commit. Hotwire can do about $1 a day less than Carrentals.

How to best use 2 days in Denver?

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My husband and I, (age 50) have 2 days to spend in Denver area and would like some recommendations on how to best use them. We've seen the Rocky Mountain State Park and Estes Park so we've been there, done that already and would like to try something new. We enjoy browsing stores, specialty shops and galleries and would also be open to other suggestions. Not interested in touring breweries or sports stadiums, but perhaps a conservatory or the zoo.

Does anyone have any recommendations about areas to visit, places to stay, things to do in or around Denver?

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City park has a great large park with walking, paddle boats, great views of city and pretty fountains. In city park is the nature and science which offers great rotating exhibits. Sunday afternoon/ eve has ice cream socials leading into jazz night. A local favorite. Cherry creek is an upscale suburb with great shops. Go to cherry cricket for a burger or to cherry creek grill for a more upscale choice. Cherry creek has art galleries and specialty shops on 3rd and 4th street. Great upscale mall as well. Behind parking decks, south of the mall is a cute bike path/ walkway where u can stroll and admire the large upscale condos. If you have never been to Boulder, go! About 45 NW of the city, a college and hippie town where everyone drives slow, rides bikes, and wears Tevas while drinking organic beer. One of a kind specialty shops on Pearl street for anyone's liking, well those with money. Great places to grab a beer or a meal. The bolder brewery has a great rep. If you want to see the flatirons closer, try hiking Chautauqua park. Gravel minimal effort hikes into hills, maps and info on plaques at trailhead or at visitor center. Bears possible , don't bring food, but they are used to people and should not bother as long as you respect them. That being said sightings are rare.

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