National Offers 15% Winter Discount

Photo courtesy of National Car Rental.
Photo courtesy of National Car Rental.

For reservations booked and picked up through the end of March, National Car Rental customers can receive 15% off base retail rates at participating National locations in the U.S. and Canada.

The winter promotion applies to all car classes, including luxury vehicles, and no blackout dates apply, according to National.

“We’ve recently added over a dozen new and redesigned vehicle models to our fleet, and we want to give customers a chance to try some of these exciting vehicles,” said Rob Connors, National Car Rental’s vice president of brand marketing. “Our winter promotion provides an opportunity for travelers to test drive some of the newest premium vehicles at a great reduced rate.”

To qualify, customers must book their rental at least 24 hours before their scheduled pickup time. The minimum qualifying rental period is 24 hours, with a maximum qualifying rental period of 28 consecutive days, according to the company. 

This winter promotion cannot be applied to a previous or existing reservation and is subject to vehicle availability at the time of booking. All standard rental qualifications apply.

For more information, visit www.nationalcar.com.

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