The NFL has taken a lot of heat over the last several years for a lack of a rental program for NFL stadiums.
But that’s not stopping the league from launching a new program called Orbitz, and it’s going to be a huge win for the car-rental industry.
The Orbitz car-sharing service will let players rent cars through the NFL and the city of Albuquerque, allowing them to get around the league without having to drive everywhere.
The program is expected to be available for a few weeks starting next month.
With Orbitz in place, players and their families can be in a hotel room with friends and family in the NFL’s most popular team facility, a location that’s been the subject of a lot the criticism the NFL faces over the years.
However, there’s also been some controversy around Orbitz’s ability to allow users to pay for their rides with a credit card.
According to the Verge, the Orbitz card payment method has been criticized as being cumbersome and slow.
Orbitz has also been criticized for not allowing users to make a payment of any sort, as some have claimed.
Orbit, for its part, has said it will allow players to make payments of any amount, even with credit cards.
The problem with the Orbitzy card is that it has been plagued with fraud problems, according to the company.
One report claims that the company had to refund more than $1.7 million to players who were charged fraudulent charges when using their Orbitz cards, and the company has said that they’re looking into fixing those problems.
The Verge also reported that Orbitz will allow users with at least one credit card to rent cars for free through the service.
The Orbitzy car rental program will allow owners of the car to rent a vehicle for 30 days for $3,000.
The car can be rented for an additional 15 days for an extra $2,500, or for an even longer period of time for $9,500.
The cost of the rental depends on the type of vehicle and location of the player’s hotel room.
Orbitzy is currently available in select cities, including Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and New York.