Auto Europe Offers Leap Year Savings

Auto Europe is offering savings on early bookings for reservations made now through February 29, 2008 for travel through December 31, 2008. Included are discounted rentals, free upgrades and savings for travel to Ireland.

The offers include a guaranteed free one-car class upgrade, from compact to intermediate, in select European countries. For example, in Germany, reserve an economy class, Opel Corsa, normally $259 per week and receive a guaranteed free upgrade to a compact class, manual transmission Volkswagen Golf, normally $277 per week.

Reserve the compact class, manual transmission Volkswagen Golf at $277 per week and receive a guaranteed free upgrade to anintermediate, manual transmission VW Passat, normally $329 per week. Upgrades are also available in Belgium, Germany, Greece, Israel, Northern Ireland and Spain.

In addition, travelers will receive up to 20% off any prestige, Mercedes Benz or sports car rental in Europe and up to 6% off any European car rental service at any of Auto Europe's 4,000 locations. Savings for travel to Ireland include car rental rates beginning at $9.99 per day.

Upgrade offer validity dates, available locations and applicable car categories vary depending upon rental location and are available in select European countries only.

Ireland rates are based upon a basic weekly rate for an economy class rental. Rates shown subject to change without notice. All discount offers apply to time and mileage only. Offers cannot be combined with any other promotion or discount and are subject to change without notice. Additional restrictions apply.

Auto Europe services over 4,000 car rental locations worldwide. In addition, through their tour division, Destination Europe, they offer scheduled airfare to Europe and service 3, 4 & 5 star worldwide hotels. For additional information contact Auto Europe at (800) 223-5555. (GD)

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