Alamo and National Offer 25% Discount in Latin America

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Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental will launch a 25% discount off daily rates for all car rentals at participating locations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The National and Alamo brands recently expanded into Belize, Peru and Turks & Caicos and operate in more than 25 countries and territories throughout these regions, says Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates the National and Alamo brands.

“We want more people to experience the unparalleled customer service, quality and convenience these brands are known for, no matter where our customers travel,” said Lee Broughton, assistant vice president of global marketing and communications for Enterprise Holdings. “We want to encourage North American customers to plan more international travel during their summer months, as it’s an excellent time to vacation in these countries.”

This promotion will be valid on rentals picked up after April 21 and returned by June 30, according to Enterprise Holdings. It’s available for all rental vehicle types, excluding those through Brazil and Jamaica locations.

To take advantage of these savings, visit the brand websites and enter the appropriate Contract ID:

  • Alamo Rent A Car:, Contract ID: AL25CARB
  • National Car Rental:, Contract ID: NL25CARB

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