Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental Partner with Asiana Airlines

Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental announced their partnership with Asiana Airlines on Aug. 2. The agreement will allow members of Asiana Club, the Asiana Airlines frequent flier program, to earn miles when renting from any participating Alamo Rent A Car or National Car Rental location in the United States or Canada.

Asiana Club members renting from either of the two companies will earn 500 Asiana Club miles for each qualifying rental. To earn Asiana Club miles, members must present their membership card at the time of rental.

Alamo and National are also offering a 20% discount off rental rates until Sept. 30. There are two codes customers must use when making an advance reservation to qualify for the promotion. The Alamo ID code number is 7015977 and the National ID code number is 5030341.

“Global travelers consistently enjoy the convenience and choice available at Alamo and National, as well as the helpfulness and friendliness of our customer service representative,” said Jerry Mosiello, VP of international business development for Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates Alamo and National. “We look forward to serving new and returning members of the Asiana Club.”

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