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Europcar Promotions in Australia and New Zealand

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Thursday, 9 July 2009

Europcar has launched a selection of special car rental deals for Australia and New Zealand. The promotions include discounts on car rental, bonus rental days, fleet / class specials and other bonus offers.

The deals include (terms and conditions apply):

Extension of Free Day Offer: Rent a vehicle for three days and get an extra day free. Now extended for rentals until August 31, 2009.

Valid at all Australian locations except TAS, NT, and Far North Qld.

Free Upgrade for All Rentals in July: Upgrade from Economy to Compact, Compact to Intermediate and Intermediate to Standard class vehicle.

Valid at all Australian locations except TAS, NT, and Far North Qld.

NZ Special. 15% off the Web Rate: Valid for rentals up until September 30, 2009. Available to Economy (ECMR), Compact (CDAR), Intermediate (IDAR) and Full Size (FDAR) vehicles.

NZ Compact Cars NZ$45 per day: Autumn 2009 Hot Deal. Available for rentals until September 30, 2009.

Price refers to base rental cost (time & kilometres) and GST only.

50% off Commercial Vehicles in July and August: Valid for rentals Monday- Thursdays only. Valid at all Australian locations.

Europcar's Group Marketing Manager Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Ashley Jurberg, said We are pleased to extend our free day offer, which has been the most popular special weve had in the last 12 months.

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