How to Manage Rental Car Bookings With Capital One Travel
Get the answers to frequently asked questions about how to manage rental car bookings through Capital One Travel
Important Note: Did you book with Capital One Travel before 7 a.m. ET on August 26, 2021? If so, you can sign in to manage your booking. The information in the pages linked below is about the new Capital One Travel that launched in fall 2021.
Capital One Travel has launched a smarter travel-booking experience with a travel tech partner, Hopper.
Here’s what you need to know about managing rental car bookings on the new Capital One Travel.
How to Change Your Rental Car Reservation
Change of plans? Capital One Travel is here to help. Simply call the Capital One Travel support team at 844-422-6922 for assistance.
The easiest way to change your booking is to simply cancel your existing booking and make a new reservation. Canceling and rebooking also works if you prepaid some or all of a refundable reservation. It usually takes one to two billing cycles for the prepaid amount to be refunded to your account.
Keep in mind that all change requests are subject to rental car availability. And you may have to pay cancellation or change fees, depending on the rental car provider’s policies.
When to Contact the Rental Car Provider Directly to Request a Change
If you don’t want to cancel and rebook your reservation, you need to contact the rental car provider directly to request any changes.
How to Cancel Your Rental Car Reservation
If you need to request a cancellation for your rental car reservation, call the Capital One Travel support team at 844-422-6922.
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