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Hertz New Zealand launches Early Bird Ski Promotion

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As New Zealand prepares for another big ski season, Hertz has introduced two bargain Early Bird ski deals to some of the top alpine resorts on the South Island.

Simply book one of the popular HertzSki or HertzSki Flexi rental packages for a minimum period of seven days, prior to 30 April 2009, to receive one of those days free.

The free day includes car rental, snow chains, a ski or snowboard rack and depending on the Hertz ski package booked; one HertzSki voucher or one NZSuperpass voucher.

Both packages are valid for travel between 1 May and 30 October 2009.

The HertzSki package is priced from just NZ $136.13 per vehicle per day and includes:

- A competitively priced late model Hertz vehicle

- Snow chains and a ski or snowboard rack

- One HertzSki voucher for every day of rental, which can be redeemed as an adult lift pass at one of the participating ski fields. One voucher may be redeemed per day, per ski field.

HertzSki vouchers can be redeemed at the Cardrona, Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt, The Remarkables and Treble Cone ski fields.

The HertzSki Flexi package is priced from NZ$144 per vehicle per day and features NZSuperpass vouchers valid at over 100 top attractions and activities in Queenstown, Methven and Canterbury. It also includes:

- A competitively priced late model Hertz vehicle

- Snow chains and a ski or snowboard rack and

- One NZSuperpass voucher for every day of rental.

NZSuperpass vouchers offer activities ranging from a soothing massage to the excitement of jet boating, and can be redeemed at over 13 South Island ski fields (excluding Cardrona).

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