Dollar Awards 'Triple Miles' With 8 Airline Frequent Flyer Programs

Beginning January 15, 2008, Dollar Rent A Car, a subsidiary of Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc. customers can earn triple frequent flyer miles/points with eight airlines at participating Dollar Car Rental locations worldwide.

A minimum three-day rental of a midsize car or larger vehicle from Dollar is required. Participating airlines include: Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan, American Airlines AAdvantage, ATA Airlines Travel Awards, Continental OnePass, Delta Air Lines SkyMiles, Northwest Airlines WorldPerks, United Airlines Mileage Plus and US Airways Dividend Miles programs.

To book a qualifying rental, visit Dollar.com and use promotion code DR8S when making a reservation. Twenty-four hour advance reservations are required.

The offer is valid on rentals booked in advance on Dollar.com from January 15, 2008 through May 15, 2008.

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