Avis Budget Updates Loyalty Program

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Photo via Atomic Taco/Flickr.

Avis Budget Group has updated its rewards program for travel professionals. The name has been changed from Unlimited Budget to Unlimited Rewards.

“The loyalty program has always been about unlimited rewards for travel professionals — so from now on that's what we're calling it,” said Tom Villani, Avis Budget Group’s vice president of global travel and partnerships. “We’re excited to unveil the new name and new logo and offer agents the same dollar rewards. After all, our appreciation for their hard work continues to be … unlimited.”

Unlimited Rewards members earn rewards on all Avis and Budget car rentals in North America as well as bookings through Carey International and Embarque chauffeured services and the family of Hilton hotel brands worldwide, says the company. Every month, dollar rewards are loaded onto a prepaid debit card that members can use to make purchases.

Enrollment in the program is free and open to travel professionals (age 18 and over) who are residents of the United States and Canada.

For more information, visit www.unlimited-rewards.com.

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