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Free National Executive status still available online

by on Sat December 27, 2014 • No Comment


What’s the deal?

You can get upgraded to National Emerald Club Executive status for one year free of charge.

How can you get it?

You can get it via this link, which is designed for holders of MasterCard World Elite credit cards. These cards include the Barclaycard Arrival Plus and Citi Prestige Card among others.

But Slickdeals is reporting that the deal is valid for anyone who uses the link above.

Why should you go for it?

National Executive status gives you guaranteed upgrade benefits when you book with National.

It’s a status level that is normally only given to you if you rent cars 12 times a year or rent for 40 days in a year with National.

But you can get it without meeting those requirements using the link above.

The key benefits are pretty good.

  • First, you’ll always pay for one car lower than what you book, which means a free upgrade every time you rent. For example, if you reserve a Premium car, you only pay for a Full Size. On a sample trip to Los Angeles for a week we found savings of $100 and more.
  • Second, you can book the mid size car price and choose any car from the Executive Selection, which often includes upgrades like SUVs and Premium class cars. That can save you even more, as Mid Size is one of the cheaper car classes offered by National.
  • Third, you’ll never have to wait in line again. Just pick a car from the row you reserved, or the Executive Selection and be on your way.

Another way to get National Executive status is to hold the $450 per year Platinum Card from American Express, but getting it without that big annual fee is a nice option.

This deal comes and goes so get in on it now if you’re planning to rent in 2015.

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