Hertz Launches Drawing for Frequent Flyer Anniversary

Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.
Photo courtesy of The Hertz Corp.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary partnering with frequent flyer program Flying Blue, The Hertz Corp. is offering 10 Flying Blue members — who rent with Hertz — the chance to win Flying Blue Miles.

One winner will receive one million miles while nine other customers will receive 100,000 miles each, according to Hertz.

The prizes are available for Flying Blue members booking and collecting Hertz car rentals at any location before Feb. 29. The winners will be chosen by random draw on March 7.

In order to enter the drawing, customers must enter their Flying Blue membership number when booking online or at the counter, says Hertz.

"We launched this prize draw to celebrate the successful first decade of our valued partner Flying Blue with its members who are also our customers,” said Michel Taride, Hertz International group president. “The huge amount of Flying Blue Miles that the winners will receive translates into dozens of journeys and great memories. We are sure that Flying Blue's loyal members renting with Hertz will welcome this opportunity of winning the perfect gift to kick-start 2016.”

Flying Blue members earn up to 800 miles and exclusive discounts when renting their car from Hertz worldwide. Flying Blue is the loyalty program of several leading airlines around the world, including Air France, KLM, Air Europa, Kenya Airways, Tarom and Aircalin.

Click here for more information about the prize draw.

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