There’s still one hour left for the Hertz 50% off sale using promo code 194036. The code provides half off economy – full size cars and small SUVs for pickups from Oct. 27 – Nov. 15th. Like most rental car promos, NYC is excluded as is Florida and Phoenix locations. To take advantage, browse over to the Hertz website, enter your reservation details, and enter code 194036 in the box that says discount and/or promo code.
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T&Cs – Book your Leisure Rental with code #194036 and get half off Economy through Full-size cars and Small SUVs. Reservations must be made in the next 24 hours (Sunday, 10/27/13, through 12:00 PM on Monday, 10/28/13). Including a CDP number in the reservation will not offer further discounts. All other benefits associated with CDP number will apply. Offer valid for reservations booked October 27, and 28, 2013 for vehicle pickup from October 27 through November 15, 2013. Promotion Code must be provided at time of reservation or offer is void. Advance reservations required. Blackout periods may apply. Subject to availability, this offer is redeemable at participating Hertz locations in the U.S, and Canada (excluding NY Metro, Florida and Phoenix, AZ) on economy through Full-size cars and small SUV’s. This offer has no cash value, may not be used with Pre-pay Rates, Tour Rates or Insurance Replacement Rates and cannot be combined with any other certificate, voucher, offer or promotion. Modifying your reservation may result in a change in your rate and/or invalidate this offer. Hertz age, driver, credit and qualifying rate restrictions for the renting location apply. Taxes, tax reimbursement, age differential charges, fees and optional service charges, such as refueling, are not included. Discounts apply to time and mileage charges only. Discounts in local currency on redemption.
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