Frequent Flyer Rewards Trebled For Drivenow Customers

Camberwell, Australia (PressExposure) October 22, 2009 -- Booking car rental not only is great value at the moment, but even more value when you add in the bonus Frequent Flyer offered by the major suppliers.

In a sign of the recessionary times, car rental suppliers are offering big Frequent Flyer rewards in their next battleground for the budget-conscious traveller.

According to Director of DriveNow.com.au, Jonathon Pearson says “Most travellers these days are members of either the Qantas Frequent Flyer of Virgin Velocity Reward schemes. With car rental rates already at fantasticly low levels, suppliers are scrambling to keep their fleets running in some of the worst economic conditions for 10 years. “

All our major suppliers are currently offering treble or even more points on the base (T & K) rental charges to lure customers looking for that extra value out of their travel dollar Some specific promotions are currently offering 6 points for every $1 spent.

“It’s certainly a great way for smart travellers to keep their frequent flyer points topped up for every dollar they spend.”

DriveNow’s real-time rate-comparison system also ensures DriveNow can give customers the latest rates to compare, so they can ensure they obtain the best prices no matter when they book.

DriveNow.com.au is your one-stop-shop for the most competitive rates on all rental cars and campervans across Australia and New Zealand. For further information visit http://www.drivenow.com.au

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For further information, images or to arrange an interview contact:

Jonathon Pearson P: + 613 8409 0084 M: 0409 230 810 rachael.mein@che.com.au * Saving on a five day rental

About Drivenow.com.au

DriveNow.com.au is your one-stop-shop for the most competitive rates on all rental cars and campervans across Australia and New Zealand. For further information visit www.drivenow.com.au

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Press Release Submitted On: October 22, 2009 at 2:26 am
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