Avis Budget Named Car Rental Partner for JetBlue

Avis Budget Group Inc. is now the exclusive car rental partner of JetBlue and JetBlue's TrueBlue loyalty rewards program.

The partnership enables Avis Budget to promote its Avis Car Rental, Budget Car Rental and Payless Car Rental brands, products and services as well as provide offers directly to JetBlue customers and TrueBlue members, according to Avis Budget.

When renting with Avis or Budget for five days or less, TrueBlue members are able to earn 100 TrueBlue points; those with Mosaic status can earn 200 TrueBlue points per day on rentals of up to five days.

In celebration of the partnership, now through Feb. 29, 2016, TrueBlue members will receive additional benefits. TrueBlue members, who rent an Avis vehicle, can save up to 35% earn 600 bonus points on rentals of three or more days and receive a complimentary upgrade, according to Avis Budget. TrueBlue members who choose Budget can save up to 30%, earn triple bonus points per day on rentals of two or more days and receive a complimentary upgrade.

“Our car rental brands appeal to the wide range of customers that JetBlue serves," said Stephen Wright, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Avis Budget Group. "Those looking for world-class premium service receive that and more at Avis; those who appreciate great value rent from Budget; and those seeking a no-frills car rental will be well-served by Payless. We're thrilled to be the exclusive car rental provider for JetBlue and enhance their customers' travel experience."

Avis, Budget and Payless are featured on JetBlue's online booking channel located at www.jetblue.com.

For full terms and conditions of this promotion, visit www.avis.com/jetbluetrue and www.budget.com/jetbluetrue.

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