Drive in Style for Less With Budget

Budget Rent A Car System, Inc. today announced special rates on luxury rentals. Now through June 30, 2007, customers can rent a Lincoln Town Car for just $69 per day at participating U.S. airport locations, or $79 per day at airport locations in the New York City metropolitan area.

"Budget customers enjoy saving money without compromising on the quality of their rental vehicle," said Becky Alseth, senior vice president of marketing for Avis Budget Group, parent of Budget. "Now they can save money while driving in style, enjoying the greater space and leg room of a true luxury vehicle at a great price."

To receive the special rate, a 24-hour advance reservation is required. Availability is limited and customers must mention Budget Customer Discount (BCD) Number U093407 at the time of reservation. This offer requires a one-day minimum rental and a maximum of four days. For full terms and conditions or to make a reservation, customers should visit www.budget.com or call 1-800-BUDGET-7.

"The Town Car is the flagship of the Lincoln fleet, providing contemporary elegance, comfort for five people and an assertive road presence," said Alseth. "It's a perfect alternative to the minivan and sport utility vehicle, and is sure to be popular with Budget customers."

About Budget
Budget Rent A Car System, Inc. is the owner and franchiser of one of the world's best-known car rental brands with more than 1,800 car rental locations in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, Australia and New Zealand. The company also operates Budget Truck Rental and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Avis Budget Group, Inc. (NYSE: CAR). For further information, visit www.budget.com.

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