Advantage Launches Free Companion Airline Ticket, Jeep Liberty Promotions

Advantage Rent A Car announced the ‘TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE’ dual-promotion campaign. The first promotion offers a free companion airline ticket with any minimum three-day paid rental. With an all-new lineup of 2007 vehicles, their second promotion features the SUV Jeep Liberty at a compact car price.

Both promotions launched this week. The companion airline ticket campaign is available to all qualified customers using an advertised rate code through January 20, 2007. The companion airline ticket offer is good for travel within the United States on most major U.S. airlines in combination with a paid airline ticket.

The Jeep Liberty promotion is available to book online only at www.advantage.com using rate code FLFN through December 15, 2006.

The campaign will be promoted in advertisements found in USA Today and on various sites online. For additional information about these and other promotions, call 1-800-777-5500.

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