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Hertz launches Earlybird Summer Sale

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Rentals heat up as Hertz launches Earlybird Summer Sale

October 1, 2014 – Hertz is starting summer early with a sale offering free rental days on car hire across New Zealand and Australia.

The Hertz Earlybird Summer Sale incorporates a range of special offers including:

- Rent for 10, pay for 7 (receive three free days)

- Rent for 7, pay for 5 (receive two free days)

- Rent for 5, pay for 4 (receive one free day)

- Extend your weekend: Rent for 3, pay for 2 (weekends only)

A wide range of vehicles are included in the sale, with the free days available on all standard car rentals plus selected Hertz specialty collections.

Renters can hire in style and choose a sophisticated BMW from the Prestige Collection at selected locations across New Zealand and Australia. Or Hertz customers can inject a dose of excitement with a Toyota FJ Cruiser from Australia’s Fun Collection in Northern Queensland and the Northern Territory.

The Hertz Earlybird Summer Sale applies to rentals that fall between November 1, 2014 and January 31, 2015, with a blackout period from December 19, 2014 to January 2, 2015. All bookings need to be made before November 30, 2014.

For more information, including all terms and conditions of the sale, please visit: www.hertz.co.nz


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