Enterprise Announces Details of Annual Plus Your Points Promotion
Courtesy of Enterprise
On Monday, Enterprise announced the launch of its annual Plus Your Points promotion for all Enterprise Plus loyalty members.
From now through Jan. 20, 2017, registered Enterprise Plus members can earn double points on qualifying rentals through the Plus Your Points promotion. Participants can earn points for filling out a survey, registering for the promotion, renting a vehicle through the Enterprise mobile app, renting a vehicle over a weekend, renting a vehicle from a location in Europe and more.
Once points are earned, they are redeemable at any time for free rental days in any available vehicle at thousands of participating Enterprise locations worldwide. As long as the Enterprise Plus members have at least one qualifying rental during every three-year period, their points will never expire.
Free rental day awards apply to time and mileage only, though, and do not cover taxes, surcharges and concession fees.
“With Plus Your Points, we can show our appreciation for our customers’ loyalty and, at the same time, help them earn free rental days they can use to visit new places or pursue what they’re most passionate about,” Enterprise vice president Lee Broughton said in a statement. “Our customers receive a first-rate experience while renting with us and earn double points during the promotion. What’s more, they’ll also enjoy earning points toward their next road trip through the Plus Your Points website and Enterprise app.”
Signing up for Enterprise Plus and the Plus Your Points promotion is free, but customers must be at least 21 years old. To utilize the promotion, customers who are already registered must use their membership number when booking a reservation to receive all member benefits.
For more information on Enterprise’s Plus Your Points promotion, check out the car rental company’s official website.
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