Travelers Using Dollar Can Now Collect Alaska Airlines Miles

Beginning on May 1, 2000 as a result of forming a preferred marketing partnership agreement, Dollar Rent A Car customers are now eligible to earn Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air frequent flyer miles.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan frequent traveler program members will receive 50 miles per rental day at participating Dollar locations around the world. However, through August 31, 2000, plan members will get double miles (100 miles per rental day) when renting a compact car or larger.

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