Auto Europe Rewards Agents

Auto Europe has issued a reminder to travel agents that September is the final month that agents have to reach their goals for Auto Europe’s Loyalty and Rewards Travel Agent program. Agents who book 25 car rental reservations between February 1 and September 30, 2008, can earn roundtrip airfare for one and a seven-day compact car rental. Double that number of rentals to 50, and agents will earn roundtrip airfare for two and a seven-day intermediate car rental. This program is valid for reservations for pickup now through December 31, 2008, and restrictions do apply.

In addition to the free trip, agents can earn an L.L. Bean Sportsman Accessory Bag, three free lobsters or two pounds of salmon with any business-class package booked through its tour division, Destination Europe. They also can qualify for a 15 percent commission on any hotel reservation in Europe, and a 20 percent commission on any hotel reservation in Italy. These offers are also valid for reservations booked by September 30 for travel through December 31, 2008.

Auto Europe also reminded agents that there are 10 days left to receive a free tank of fuel with car rentals in Europe . Clients who reserve an intermediate or larger car rental category in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the UK for 14 days or longer will receive a free tank of fuel with the rental. The offer is valid for reservations now through September 14, 2008, for travel through December 14, 2008. This offer may be combined with additional discount offers and is subject to change with out notice.  Additional restrictions may apply.

For additional details and restrictions regarding its 2008 rewards program, contact the Auto Europe local sales representative or call 1-800-223-5555.


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