Auto Europe Celebrates 4 Millionth Booking With Free Car Rentals

car rentalAuto Europe reports it will be celebrating its 4 millionth rental, which should be achieved by the Labor Day Holiday, and is giving away six free car rentals once the target reservation number of 4000000US has been achieved. 

The first three consumers and first three travel agents that reserve voucher numbers in the range of 4000000US through 4000006US will be awarded the car rental vouchers. Travel agents will be given vouchers for their own personal use. The value of the car rental voucher is $600.00 per rental, Auto Europe says.

Auto Europe has been a leader in European car rental services since 1954 and this benchmark is based over the past decade of service, the company says.

For those who miss the milestone, Auto Europe says there are still plenty of Labor Day Savings to be had such as, free one car class upgrades in Germany and Ireland, savings of up to 20 percent off car rental services from economy class to luxury and free GPS rentals with any minimum 3 day rental of a compact class or larger.  

The discount offer applies to time and mileage only.  Free car class upgrade available on select models.  GPS offer valid for USA residents only and shipping and handling fees may apply.  Free rental giveaways are based upon reservation number 4000000US through 4000006US and apply to time and mileage of the rental.  

Travel agent rentals may be redeemed through 12/31/2014 and no black out dates apply. Taxes, insurance and additional local fees may apply. Value of six complimentary rentals does not exceed $600.00 per rental.  Additional details may apply; all offers are subject to change without notice. 

Auto Europe services over 8,000 car rental locations in 130 countries worldwide.  

Visit www.autoeurope.com

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