Hertz and KrisFlyer Celebrate 15 Years of Partnership

The Hertz Corp. is celebrating 15 years of partnership with KrisFlyer, the frequent flier program of Singapore Airlines. To celebrate this occasion, KrisFlyer members will be entitled to a 15% discount and 1,500 KrisFlyer miles when renting a car with Hertz.

Valid from April 1 to July 31, 2014, the offer is applicable at participating locations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia, says Hertz.

"It is a big pleasure for us to celebrate the 15th anniversary of our partnership with KrisFlyer, Singapore Airlines' frequent flier program,” said Michel Taride, president, Hertz International. “Hertz's innovative rental car services offered at approximately 10,090 locations around the world together with KrisFlyer's benefits and rewards make this partnership a strong benefit for customers. … "

In addition, KrisFlyer members residing in Singapore will get a chance to enter a drawing to win 1 of 10 prizes, each comprising 15,000 KrisFlyer miles by making a qualifying rental. The drawing will be conducted on September 15, 2014.

This anniversary promotion is valid for self-drive rentals and applies to all standard car groups. The discount does not apply to taxes, fees and optional services and is subject to a minimum rental of one day in the U.S., Canada and Europe and a minimum rental of four days in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, says Hertz.

For full terms and conditions and to make a booking, visit www.hertz.com/krisflyer.

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