Get to and from San Francisco This Weekend with RelayRides


With so much going on in the Bay Area this weekend, October 5–7 may be the perfect time to come to the city, or to get away

If you are in the Bay Area, you probably already know that the weekend of October 5 is set to be pretty epic–Elvis Costello, fighter planes, playoff baseball, an NFL clash and the fastest boats in the world to name a few of the big draws. If this weekend sounds like the type of thing you’d want to be part of, don’t let not having a car get in your way of being part of the action in the City by the Bay—rent a car from RelayRides in cities throughout California for 20–30% less than traditional rental companies and head to SF!

For people in San Francisco who prefer to avoid the crowds, why not get away this weekend by renting a RelayRides car? The average RelayRides car is 40–50% cheaper than Zipcar, and the money goes to your neighbor.

Or perhaps getting to Candelstick to watch the 49ers battle the Buffalo Bills is too much of a pain. Why not drive to the game in style in one of the many cars in the Bay Area—priced as low as $5 you’ll even have some cash for a hot dog!

Don’t miss out on the fun! RelayRides has a wide selection of vehicles throughout California. So, if you are as far away as Los Angeles or San Diego, or maybe closer to SF in Northern California, get in on the fun and hit the road. Your journey starts here!

Here is a recap of all that is happening this weekend.

Both the San Francisco 49ers (tickets) and San Francisco Giants (tickets) are playing home games–the 9ers play on Sunday and the Giantes will be playing their first 2012 playoff games on both Saturday and Sunday.

The Hardly Strictly music festival in Golden Gate Park is on the 5th, 6th and 7th–check out these must-see acts

Fleet Week air shows in the nothern part of the city, starting on the 4th and lasting all weekend

The America’s Cup in the Bay October 2nd through the 7th

The Castro Street Fair on Oct 7th, starting at 11am

Italian Heritage Parade in North Beach on Oct 7th

Are you in the Bay Area, but still not convinced it is worth being part of the action? Why not borrow a RelayRides car and get out of town to escape the crowds? We also should add that car owners could stand to make some extra cash renting out their idle vehicles this weekend as well. With our average owners making about $250 per month and many making over $1,000 per month, it’s worth learning more here.