Last Updated: May 10, 2023
Here at Two Weeks in Costa Rica, we are always trying to get you better deals when you travel. Below are some special Costa Rica travel discounts that we have negotiated for our readers. Check back often because we are continuously adding new promo codes!
Adobe Rent a Car is one of the most reputable rental car companies in Costa Rica. They have many locations throughout the country, a large, reliable fleet, and great customer service.
To save 10% or more on your daily or weekly rental and get discounted GPS, a free second driver, free car seats for kids, and other extras, use the form on our Rental Car Discount page. That page is also loaded with information about renting a car in Costa Rica.
If you are planning a longer stay in Costa Rica, check out the low rates on our Monthly Car Rental Discount page. In addition to the special pricing, our customers get the same free extras offered through our regular rental car discount (e.g., free second driver, free car seats).
If you need an overnight near San Jose Airport, Hotel Terrazas de Golf is a great option. This charming, family-run boutique hotel is only about 10 minutes from the airport, but still quiet and peaceful. The property is surrounded by beautiful flowering gardens and abuts the Cariari golf course. Some rooms have a private outdoor space. Price: $120-150/night + tax. Includes free airport transfer and a made-to-order breakfast.
To save 10% off your stay at Hotel Terrazas de Golf, email us at bookings(at)twoweeksincostarica(dot)com with your name, number of people, dates, and preferred room type (see options here). We will then connect you with the hotel, which will process your reservation with the discount.
House sitting is a great way to save money when traveling or living abroad. Save 20% on your membership at Trusted Housesitters by using the following link: https://trustedhousesitters.pxf.io/c/4051906/1683980/18144. No promo code is needed. You’ll save 20% on an annual membership.
Learn more about house sitting with our post, House Sitting: How to Live in Costa Rica for $2,000 a Year.
Note: We work with these businesses to get you discounts and we also make a small commission on each sale.
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