Matt Kelley lives in Denver and works for Major League Baseball, but he’s like people traveling to the Mile High City for the All-Star Game: He needs a car.
He and his wife went looking for a rental car earlier this week and found prices had shot up. Another issue people face is a limited supply. Try to reserve a vehicle online at Enterprise near Denver International Airport during All-Star week and you get “Sold Out Location” across the screen.
Kelley said cars were available at the Enterprise he tried. He and his wife have only one car, which isn’t usually a problem, but “we have lot of things going on.”
“So instead of trying to arrange a bunch of different Ubers, that sort of thing, we decided to rent a car,” he added.
But Kelley went with a car sharing company when Enterprise quoted him $120 a day.