Hertz Saudi Arabia has introduced an attractive new range of car rental benefits for National Commercial Bank’s 50,000 Al-Wasam ATM card holders in the Kingdom.
These include discounts on short-term rentals, chauffeur drive and international car rental reservations, as well as complimentary car upgrades.
As the result of an agreement between Al-Wasilah Rent a Car Co. Ltd, the Hertz franchisee in Saudi Arabia, and National Commercial Bank, Al-Wasam card holders are entitled to 150 km free per day when renting a vehicle, while those renting for four days or more get one extra day’s rental free.
The specially discounted daily rates available include that of 300 Saudi Riyals for a luxury Mercedes limousine which can be hired with a Hertz chauffeur for an additional 100 Saudi Riyals.
The offer is valid at any of Hertz Saudi Arabia’s 21 branches throughout the Kingdom, including newly-opened branches at Al Bayan in Jeddah and in the Kakia district in Makkah.
To take advantage of the offer, National Commercial Bank’s Al-Wasam ATM card holders should confirm bookings 48 hours in advance. They will qualify for a complimentary upgrade to a higher-group of vehicle if the group of their request is not available at the time.
Hertz Saudi Arabia is constantly modernising its fleet of rental vehicles, and recent new arrivals include the Nissan Sunny and Maxima.
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