Budget Introduces “Budget Bucks Payback” Promo

Budget Rent A Car introduces its new "Budget Bucks Payback" promotion. Through March 31, 2011, Budget Fastbreak members who rent from Budget twice will receive $25 in Budget Bucks that can be used just like cash toward a future rental.

"By finding ways to add value, we can help our customers stretch their travel dollars," said Becky Alseth, senior vice president of marketing for Avis Budget Group, parent company of Budget. "Budget Bucks Payback thanks our frequent renters for choosing Budget. We are confident that they will enjoy using these rewards with Budget."

Customers must be members of Budget Fastbreak, the company's counter-bypass program, to be eligible. For every two qualifying rentals of two days or longer, Budget customers earn a $25 rental certificate. The reward applies to a future rental from any car class - no restrictions - or towards the rental of a where2 GPS device or a Budget Blast unit, the new "Dock & Play" SIRIUS XM radio.

To qualify for the Budget Bucks Payback promotion, customers must have a valid RapidRez number and register for the promotion at www.budget.com/bucks or via text message by sending BUCKS and their RapidRez number to 38488. Registration must occur prior to March 31, 2011. For more information, including full terms and conditions, visit www.budget.com/bucks.

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