American Express Savings at Work Program Names Enterprise, National Car Rental as Official Car Rental Partners

Enterprise Holdings, owner and operator of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental brands, announced Aug. 14 that it is the official rental car partner of the American Express Savings at Work program. Through this partnership, American Express Corporate Cardmembers can receive a 5% discount off Enterprise rentals and 15% off National rentals when booking through Savings at Work.

The Savings at Work program is an exclusive benefit of being an American Express Corporate Card client and gives mid-sized companies access to pre-negotiated discounts and savings on everyday business spending including travel, dining, shipping and now car rentals. Savings at Work was created in 2002 to help mid-size companies that often seek but can’t secure the lower rates usually reserved for larger corporations.

“This is yet another way we offer exceptional service and value to frequent travelers looking to maximize their return on investment while on the road," said Brad Carr, VP of business rental development for Enterprise Holdings. "Whether utilizing National’s premium service at the airport or Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s neighborhood convenience, American Express Corporate Cardmembers will be able to count on us to provide the transportation solution they need.”

For more information on the Savings at Work program, visit

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