Beat The Summer Rush With Maui Motorhomes Free Day Special

Auckland, New Zealand (PressExposure) July 28, 2009 -- Plan your New Zealand holiday before the busy summer period and save with Maui Motorhomes' Free Day special.

Leave the antipodean winter behind and start planning your next holiday to beat the busy summer rush. Simply book before 15 September 2009 and travel between 1 October and 15 December 2009 to receive the 5th day of travel for free. Fancy a longer trip? Travel for 10 days and you will get the 5th and 10th days of your journey free.

What's more, the Maui Premium Package is included in your free day. With inclusions such as full insurance, pre-pay gas and picnic tables and chairs, the Maui Premium Package provides excellent value and worry free travelling.

Maui Motorhomes' Brand Manager, Angela Taylor commented, "The Maui Free Day special is an affordable way to sneak in a getaway before the Christmas season madness hits!"

"And by booking your trip before 15 September, it's also an easy way to beat the winter blues."

Book via Maui's Reservations Team on 0800 651 080, at or email This offer is available for bookings between now and 15 September 2009 for travel commenced and completed between 1 October 2009 and 15 December 2009. Available for pick up and drop off at Maui Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown branches. Minimum hire requirement is 5 days inclusive of the first free day, and the free day includes the Maui Premium Package per day price.

Offer applies to Maui 2 person Grande, Spirit 2 person Toilet/Shower and Spirit 4 person motorhomes and is subject to vehicle availability at all times. This offer may not be used in conjunction with other special offers. All Maui New Zealand Terms and Conditions will apply.

About Maui Motorhomes

For press enquiries please contact:
Angela Taylor,
Brand Manager - Maui Motorhomes & Rental Cars,
Tourism Holdings Ltd - Rentals,
36 Richard Pearse Drive,
New Zealand.
Tel: +64 9 255 3937

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Press Release Submitted On: July 28, 2009 at 1:12 am
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