If you are traveling this winter or this srping be sure to check out the new Enterprise Rent-A-Car Enterprise Plus loyalty program. Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Plus loyalty program allows members to earn points toward free rentals!
Enterprise has launched its annual “Plus Your Points” promotion. From December 2, 2013 through March 31, 2014, Enterprise Plus members can enroll in the “Plus Your Points” promotion and earn double points on qualifying rentals with additional opportunities to earn bonus points redeemable for free rental days*.
This is great news because you can get a free car rental faster! The best part about the Enterprise Plus loyalty program is that there are no blackout dates and points do not expire as long as you have one rental during every two-year period. Now is the perfect time to plan that winter road trip!
In fact you can earn points by:
- Purchaseing a qualifying rental (earn double points)
- Add a GPS unit as part of a qualifying rental (earn 50 bonus points)
- Share the qualifying “Plus Your Points” message on Twitter (earn 20 bonus points)
- Refer a friend into the “Plus Your Points” promotion, who subsequently rents with Enterprise at least once during the promotion earning period (earn 300 bonus points)
What is the perfect road trip for you and your family? For us that would be going to the beach where it is warm! Another great idea would be heading to Grandma’s house!
I personally like using rental cars when I travel because I can put the miles and wear and tear on the rental and not my vehicle. I can also select a vehicle that gives me better gas mileage and more room than my vehicle. Using the “Plus Your Points” promotion allows me to earn double points toward free rentals in the future! I can use them towards an upgrade to a larger vehicle!
All point activity is tracked through the Enterprise Plus Your Points promotion website. A participant must register for the “Plus Your Points” promotion in order to receive points.
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Are you planning a Winter Road Trip?