Save on Hertz spending with this targeted Amex offer

Save $90 with Amex Offer for Hertz Rentals

Amex has released a new targeted offer for its cardholders, providing a saving of up to 25% on future Hertz rentals. The offer requires a minimum spend of $350, and cardholders will receive a one-time $90 statement credit when using their enrolled eligible Card to make purchases directly with Hertz Corporate owned locations by March 31, 2024.

The offer comes with a few key terms that cardholders should be aware of. Firstly, the offer must be added to the Card before it can be redeemed. Additionally, only one enrolled Card per Card Member is allowed across all American Express offer channels. The offer is only valid for vehicle rentals made directly with participating Hertz Corporate Owned locations in the US. Rentals can be made through the Hertz website, mobile app, phone reservations, or in-person at participating locations. The rental must be picked up and returned to Hertz Corporate owned locations, and reservations must be made 24 hours in advance. The offer is not valid for bookings made through travel agents, third parties, or affiliate booking sites. The eligible rentals must be paid for by March 31, 2024, and the statement credit will appear on the billing statement within 90 days after this date.

It is important to note that the offer is only valid for rentals within the US, and bookings made in Mexico or the Caribbean will not qualify for the rebate. Additionally, the $350 spending requirement can be met through multiple purchases and does not need to be made in a single rental.

Cardholders should carefully consider which credit card to use when taking advantage of this offer. The card that offers the best combination of rental car cover and points earnings should be used. The offer is currently only available on consumer cards, so the card_name may be a good option for most cardholders. However, if the offer is targeted to the American Express Green Card, cardholders will need to decide if they prefer to forgo the saving and use a card that offers primary rental car cover and good points earning, such as the card_name, or if they are willing to use their own insurance and take advantage of the 3 points per dollar and the savings from the Amex offer that the American Express Green Card provides.

For short-term rentals, using the American Express Green Card and taking advantage of the $90 saving may be the best option. However, for longer rentals, the insurance cover provided by the card_name may outweigh the savings from the Amex offer.

In conclusion, targeted Amex cardholders who need to book and pay for a rental car before March 31 should check if they have been targeted for the Hertz offer. However, before making a booking, cardholders should carefully consider if the offer’s saving and the benefits of the Amex card outweigh the earnings and insurance cover offered by their other cards.

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