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SAS has announced a crazy promotion with Hertz, and it’s huge — almost making it worth doing the car rental equivalent of a mattress or mileage run. While most car rental companies have partnerships with airlines that allow you to earn miles for the rental, generally the earning rates are minuscule, but the new SAS offer will give you 5,000 SAS Euro bonus Miles for Hertz rentals worldwide. This outstanding offer is to mark the 25th anniversary of the Euro Bonus Program and applies even if you only rent a car for a single day.
The promotion is straightforward with simple terms and conditions. The key terms are as follows:
- Offer is valid for bookings made through June 30, 2017
- Rental pick is valid through to September 30, 2017
- You need to book at the Hertz offer page
- You need to use the discount code CDP 736686 and the promotion code PC203592
- Rental includes make and model guarantee, no hidden fees, and Theft and Collision Damage Waiver
- You need to be a Euro Bonus Member to take advantage of the offer
- Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion
This offer can yield some great value since it is unrestricted, and you will earn the 5,000 miles every time you rent a car, potentially you can rent a car every other day and accumulate some serious Euro Bonus miles. Hunting around for dates and prices, you can also find some very cheap daily rates for Hertz rentals, which will just add value by making your effective cost per point cheaper.
Deciding to invest the time, effort and money into this offer is ultimately up to you. If you are already a Euro Bonus member, then you can push for some cheap extra miles. On the other hand, if you have no connection to SAS it is probably not worth it to join and invest the time and effort needed to pick up a ton of miles. Either way, any offer that produces miles this cheaply is worth checking out and being given serious consideration.
Source: One Mile at a Time
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