Thrifty Offers Double or Triple Frequent-Flyer Miles

TULSA, Okla. -- Thrifty Car Rental is now offering its customers double or triple frequent-flyer award miles with seven of its airline partners for travel through Nov. 15.

Specific details of each program follow:

American Airlines AAdvantage; America West Airlines FlightFund -- Airport-arriving AAdvantage and FlightFund members who rent from Thrifty worldwide will receive double miles (twice the normal 50 miles per full rental day). The rental must be a minimum of two days but no more than 14 days. A Sunday-Wednesday pick-up is required.

Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan -- Airport-arriving Mileage Plan members who rent from Thrifty worldwide will receive triple miles (three times the normal 50) per rental day during the promotional period. The rental must be a minimum of two days but no more than 14 days. A Sunday-Wednesday pick-up is required.

Northwest Airlines Worldperks -- Airport-arriving Worldperks members will receive 500 miles per transaction worldwide (double the normal 250 miles), when renting from a Thrifty airport location during the promotional dates. The rental must be a minimum of three days but no more than seven days, with Sunday-Wednesday pick-up.

Delta Air Lines SkyMiles; Continental Airlines OnePass -- Airport-arriving SkyMiles and OnePass members will earn double miles (twice the normal 50 miles) worldwide. The rental must be a minimum of three days but no more than 14 days. A Sunday-Wednesday pick-up is required.

US Airways Dividend Miles -- Airport-arriving Dividend Miles members who rent from Thrifty worldwide will receive double miles (double the normal 250) per rental transaction. Rental must be at least three days but no more than 14 days. A Sunday-Wednesday pick-up is required. As an additional bonus, customers who pay with a Dividend Miles Visa credit card will earn triple miles per transaction (three times the normal 250 miles).

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