Book a Rental Car and Receive up to 8,750 United Miles

Hertz and United have teamed up to bring you a hefty bonus this fall! This is a no-brainer if you are going to be renting a car between now and October 15th.

Up to 8,750 miles if you book a 3 day rental car using the links below:

 

• 3 days, 8,750 miles


• 2 days, 6,250 miles

 

See the discount codes using this banner below:

 

Make sure to apply your discount codes to save extra $$
Make sure to apply your discount codes to save extra $$

 

Makes sure to join United MileagePlus program (it’s free) if you haven’t already. You will need to input your account number when booking the rental car:
https://www.united.com/web/en-US/apps/account/enroll.aspx

 

What can you do with 8,750 United Miles? For starters, you can fly short-haul flights for 10,000 miles one-way, you would be just 1,250 miles short from one rental car booking. You can fly Phoenix to San Francisco for 10k miles one way. You can also fly Denver to Jackson Hole for only 10k miles one-way, normally a very expensive flight.

 

If you already have a few thousand United Miles laying around you could spend 12.5k miles and fly non-stop from Sacramento to Washington DC.

 

My preferred choice would be to fly San Francisco to Houston on the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, only 12.5k points one-way!

 

 

 

 

Check the detail of the flight to see the aircraft
Check the details of the flight to see the aircraft

 

 

Spacious cabin of 787
Spacious cabin of 787

 

To see how far your miles will get you visit United.com and check the box, “search for award travel“.

Happy travels!

 

 

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