Discounted Hertz Points Today with Daily Getaways

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We’re on the backend of the US Travel Association’s Daily Getaways, with today being the next to last day.

For those not familiar with Daily Getaways, travel deals and packages are offered on a first-come first-served each weekday from April 10, 2017 through May 12, 2017. For a look at previous offers or to learn more about the Daily Getaways click here.

Today’s deals are for Hertz points.

Even though at first glance they look like packages such as the Prestige Collection weekend for $560, if you look under the description tab of each deal there’s a breakdown showing What You Receive as well as the number of points.

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You’ll actually be purchasing Hertz points

5,500 Hertz points for $250 (45 packages available), enough for a 1-week standard vehicle rental
13,200 Hertz points for $560 (35 packages available), enough for a Prestige vehicle 2-4 day weekend rental
16,500 Hertz points for $698 (50 packages available), enough for a Prestige vehicle 1-week rental

The packages go on sale at 1pm EST today.

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To purchase the deals today, click the individual links above or follow this link to the calendar for the week of May 8, 2017 and select the package you are interested in.

You can purchase a maximum of 1 set of points for each offer, with up to 3 total.

Note that you must have a Hertz Gold Plus Rewards® member number before purchasing the points, so if you don’t yet have one and want to try to get a package today don’t wait. Here’s a link to the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards enrollment page.

These packages went quickly last year as they have good value, so if you have your eye on one get ready to snag them right at 1pm EST.

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