Hertz, Live Nation Offer Promotion

Photo by Amy Winter.
Photo by Amy Winter.

Hertz and Live Nation Entertainment have launched a new promotion for customers to receive free Ticketmaster Ticket Cash for an event of their choosing, as well as a discount on a Hertz rental.

Through Oct. 31, customer can take advantage of this promotion when renting a Hertz vehicle, says Hertz. To be eligible, customers will need to apply the following corresponding promotional codes with a valid email address at the time of rental:

  • Promotional code 203055: Receive 10% off on a qualified weekend rental of an economy to full-size vehicle and get $25 Ticketmaster Ticket Cash.
  • Promotional code 203070: Receive 10% off on a qualified weekend rental of a compact to full-size vehicle and get $50 Ticketmaster Ticket Cash.
  • Promotional code 203081: Receive 15% off on a qualified rental of an intermediate to premium-size vehicle of eight days or more and get $75 Ticketmaster Ticket Cash.


“Hertz promotions with Live Nation offer our customers the opportunity to have an enjoyable experience with a discounted rental while receiving free Ticketmaster Ticket Cash for an event of their choice,” said Bob Stuart, Hertz’s executive vice president of global sales and marketing. “Our new promotion is especially exciting because we’ve opened it up to not only music fans, but really any sporting, music or art event available through Ticketmaster.”

For more information, visit www.hertz.com.

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