Fox Launches Prepaid Rental Program

Fox Rent-A-Car is now offering its prepaid car rental program. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.
Fox Rent-A-Car is now offering its prepaid car rental program. Photo courtesy of Fox Rent-A-Car.

Fox Rent-A-Car has launched the Fox Pay Now prepaid car rental program at its U.S. corporate locations.

With the addition of Fox Pay Now, Fox will expand deep value discounts and rental options to its customers who desire the convenience of greater discounts and confirmed reservations when booking a rental car, according to the company.

Fox now offers this new prepaid rental program at all 20 of its U.S. corporate locations, including Los Angeles Airport, San Diego Airport, Phoenix Airport, Denver Airport, Miami Airport, Las Vegas Airport and Seattle Airport.

Later this year, Fox plans to launch the prepaid rental program to all of its worldwide affiliate locations, according to the company.

"We are very excited about the release of our Fox Pay Now prepaid rental program,” said Sean Busking, Fox Rent-A-Car’s chief operating officer. “We view this offering as a natural extension of our existing deep value discounts and rental options. We are passionate about, and remain committed to providing our customers with yet another convenient, value-driven rental options."

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