National Car Rental is back again this year with their “1, 2, FREE” promotion and is giving travelers the possibility to earn a free rental day after two car rentals or after earning 600 points. To earn a free rental day, just rent a midsize or larger vehicle for two days or longer twice and you willl be on your way to enjoying a free rental day. The promotion runs through January 31, 2014 and you must register in order to partake.
There are also a number of other ways to earn points during the “1, 2, Free” promotion. For example, you can either rent a midsize care or larger twice for two consecutive days to earn a free rental day or earn 600 points. To earn points, take part in any of the bonus offers that include 300 points for referring a friend or 75 points for downloading the National smartphone application. In addition, for those travelers who rent cars for more than 2 days, do not fret, National has your covered! ALL rentals earn 300 points for every four consecutive days. For example, if you rent a car for eight days, you will earn 600 points, the equivalent to one FREE rental day!
Give Away Details: To help celebrate the “1, 2, Free” promotion, National has given me 600 points to giveaway in order to help jump start you on your way to a free rental day. Two lucky winners will win 300 points that can be applied to the One, Two, Free campaign! The newly redesigned One, Two, Free program allows Emerald Club members the ability to accrue points, to eventually earn a free rental – essentially, when you rent twice, you get the third one free. These 300 points can be used to jump-start your participation in the One, Two, Free campaign.
To win, comment below and tell me what you would do with a free rental day. Two winners will be selected at random after 12:01 am on 10/31 and will receive 300 points each. Good luck!
Last year, I earned two free rental days with this promotion and I used the free days to stay in the greater Tampa area after a long work week to visit the beautiful Gulf of Mexico and Busch Garden theme parks, two things I did not have time for during the busy work week
*National has compensated me for this post