Avis Launches Global Promotion With Rates as Low as $25 Per Day

United States and Canada residents considering an international trip can rent a vehicle for as low as $25 per day at virtually any Avis location, anywhere in the world, according to a Feb. 9 announcement.

"International trips often require advance planning, which makes this the perfect time to offer travelers a way to save on their car rental needs," said Jeannine Haas, chief marketing officer for Avis Budget Group, parent company of Avis. "Travelers will surely benefit from the security of renting from a trusted international brand like Avis — and now, for less."

This promotion is open to U.S. and Canada residents only and is valid at participating locations in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, Latin American and the Caribbean, the Middle East and New Zealand.

Customers must reference Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) number D732700 when making a reservation on www.avis.com or AWD number D784200 when reserving a vehicle via the Avis Reservation Center at 1-800-331-1084 or a local travel professional. Reservations must be made by Feb. 26, 2012. This offer is subject to availability and blackout dates apply. For full terms and conditions of this promotion, visit www.avis.com/intl.

Comments

  1. Steven [ February 15, 2012 @ 12:30PM ]

    Given how bad the service is and how unclean the cars are from Avis New Zealand $25.00 maybe still too much to pay.

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