My Integra has one of the Maaco specials like what
is talking about. If you are considering going that route, here's a couple items to factor in while making the decision:
1) as already mentioned, their low-cost paint jobs will not include the body work. And just to be clear, their definition of body work is very general. Tasks like taping off the rubber seals around windows is body work. Removing badges is also considered body work, and so on and so forth. Basically, they cover the windows and shoot it with some color (no clear).
2) they only paint the sections of body panel you can see without opening any doors, hoods, or trunks.
3) given number 2 above, you will have a better finished product if you choose a color which is as close to the original color as possible. Otherwise the areas that do not get painted (think door jams, engine bay, etc.) will really stand out when contrasted against new paint job.
4) It's the cheapest paint job you can get; it will behave accordingly.
That last one is a relative assessment obviously. How well my Maaco paint job has fared since application is going to be different from every other Maaco paint job. All I am saying is that, generally speaking, when you pay less than $500 for a paint job, you should not expect it to remain flawless for years to come.
Having said all that, you might get the impression I am anti-Maaco. That is not the case. I think they serve their intended market well. Need a quick paint job on a car you don't want to sink a bunch of money into? Maaco all the way. Have a beloved old family heirloom which you want to bring back to life and have it remain strikingly beautiful for when your kids are old enough to take it over? Maaco is not your best option.
As long as expectations for the finished result remain realistic, I think Maaco is as good of an alternative as any for you.