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Pleasant Holidays Offering Deal for Free Car Rental with Hawaii Vacation

Features & Advice | Donald Wood | April 03, 2015

Pleasant Holidays Offering Deal for Free Car Rental with Hawaii Vacation

Traveling to Hawaii is one of the top items on most tourists’ wish list, but an ongoing deal from Pleasant Holidays could be the opportunity people need to finally make the journey.

According to the official website of Pleasant Holidays, one of the promotions the company is currently running is a deal that includes a free Hertz rental car. Visitors need to book the package by May 3 for a date between May 1 and the end of July.

Dubbed the “The Hawaii Vacation Sale,” the deal includes a free mid-size Hertz rental car for up to five days (valid through June 7) and a one-category upgrade for up to seven days, only open to those visiting between June 8 and July 31.

To be eligible for the free rental car, the customers must purchase at least a three night stay at a participating hotel and roundtrip transpacific airfare. According to the website, visitors can choose from 37 participating hotels and resorts on the islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii.

On top of the rental car, the Hawaii vacation packages also include round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations and all the taxes, all starting at $555. For the traveler looking to finally make their first journey to the tropical island or are looking to go back again, this may finally be the deal that’s too good to pass up.

As points out, there is never a bad time to make the journey, but spring is a beautiful time of the year on the island state. Each island offers something unique and different, and the trip is perfect for couples and families.

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