Hertz Launches International Winter Sale, Up to 25% Off

A Hertz location in Paris. Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.
A Hertz location in Paris. Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.

The Hertz Corp. has launched its Hertz Winter Sale for rentals (picked up or used from Jan. 2, 2015 to March 31, 2015) in more than 100 countries, excluding the U.S. and Canada.

For bookings made between Jan. 2 and Jan. 30, customers can take advantage of discounts up to 25% for qualifying domestic or outbound rentals in Europe and the Middle East, up to 20% for Asia and 15% in Latin America, according to Hertz.

Additionally, winter sale rentals will also qualify for loyalty points and reward days through the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards program.

The Hertz Winter Sale is available at participating locations throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America, while discounted Hertz van rental is also offered in France, Italy and Spain. The sale includes various types of rentals from luxury vehicles to vans to hatchbacks, says the company.

When booking by phone or online at www.hertz.com, savings will be applied by quoting the customer discount promotion (CDP) code "999940."

All discounts are subject to availability and terms and conditions. For more information on the list of participating locations, visit www.hertz.co.uk.

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