Hertz Global Sale Discounts Car Rentals Up to 33% in 111 Countries

The Hertz Corp. announced the return of the Hertz Global Sale on Dec. 26 to offer customers discounts of up to 33% on car rental for international travel to 111 countries.

The discounts received on international car rentals in participating countries in Europe and the Middle East are up to 33% depending on the location, and the discount received for car rentals in participating countries in the Americas and Asia Pacific is 20%. In addition, customers residing in Europe, Middle East and Africa can benefit from the same discounts in their home country.

The global promotion runs until Jan. 31, 2012 for rentals picked up between Jan. 3, 2012 and June 30, 2012. All discounts are subject to availability. Discounts on domestic rentals are only available to customers in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

As part of the six-continent sale, many Hertz locations around the globe are also offering discounts on the famous Hertz Fun, Prestige and Green Collections — giving customers an opportunity to experience sporty, luxurious and environmentally friendly vehicles. The Hertz Collections can be reserved by make and model.

The Global Sale offer applies to online and phone reservations made between Dec. 26, 2011 and Jan. 31, 2012 by quoting CDP: 754910. The discount applies to all mandatory rental costs excluding taxes, fees, surcharges and optional extras such as child seats, additional drivers and fuel which are charged at normal rates.

For a complete list of destinations, car groups and related discounts in the Global Sale, customers can visit www.hertz.com.

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