Enterprise Plus Offering 'Plus Your Points' Member Promotion

Enterprise Rent-A-Car launched the Plus Your Points promotion for all Enterprise Plus loyalty members on Nov. 28. Through Feb. 28, 2013, Enterprise Plus members can earn double points on qualifying rentals with additional opportunities to earn bonus points redeemable for free rental days.

Customers must register for the Plus Your Points promotion at www.plusyourpoints.enterprise.com. Once enrolled, Enterprise Plus members can apply their membership number when booking a reservation to receive member benefits.

Members will receive a one-time bonus of 20 points for registering for the promotion.

By adding a GPS to a rental, sharing the promotion on Facebook, referring friends who enroll in Enterprise Plus and rent at least once during the promotion, members can earn additional bonus points.

The Enterprise Plus loyalty program is free to join and open to anyone at least 21 years old.

“With Plus Your Points, Enterprise Plus members can earn free rental days even faster when booking their holiday travel,” said Enterprise Brand Director Jim Stoeppler. “It’s just one more way we can say ‘thanks’ for their business.”

Comments

  1. jim ciminelli [ March 25, 2013 @ 04:16PM ]

    How can I accrue rentals points prior ro gaining membership the past 6 months.

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