Advantage Rent A Car Offers Frequent-Flyer Miles with Continental Airlines

Advantage Rent A Car has introduced a car rental program that gives Continental Airlines OnePass members a frequent flyer mileage-earning opportunity without ever taking off.

Advantage is awarding Continental OnePass members 10,000 frequent flyer miles to select cities across America on all qualifying rentals when they rent from Advantage.

OnePass members who rent a full-size car class or higher from Advantage for three or more days to Los Angeles, Denver or Orlando by October 31, 2008, will earn up to 10,000 miles. OnePass members can also earn 5,000 miles when they book a full-size car class or higher for three or more days at any of Advantage’s other U.S. locations until November 15, 2008, including LA, Denver and Orlando after October 31.

5,000 miles is valid for a one-way full economy fare upgrade within or between the contiguous 48 states, Alaska and Canada. 10,000 miles can be redeemed for a round trip full economy fare upgrade. Two rentals from Advantage can earn a standard reward ticket, good for travel between the contiguous 48 states, Alaska and Canada.

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