Accor and Avis extend partnership across Australia and New Zealand

Accor, Australia, and New Zealand’s largest hotel operator has extended its partnership with Avis car rentals across Australia and New Zealand, allowing members of Accor to feel more rewarded when booking car rentals.

 When booking a rental car from Avis, ALL members will now earn 125 Reward points per rental day on rentals of up to six days. If renting for more than seven days, members will be rewarded with 150 Reward points per rental per day.

 Accor Pacific CEO, Sarah Derry, said: “We are very pleased to extend our partnership with Avis in the Pacific region. Our relationship with Avis, one of the largest rental car companies in Australia and New Zealand, provides our ALL members with even greater benefits and privileges, and enhances the guest experience beyond our hotels.”

 Avis Budget Group Managing Director Pacific, Thomas Mooney, said: “At Avis, we are here for any journey our customers want to make. We are very proud to be strengthening our relationship with Accor – a trusted travel partner with shared values – to provide travellers across Australia and New Zealand a seamless travel experience. With ALL, members can reap all the rewards of booking a car with Avis.”

 Membership to Accor’s ALL loyalty program is free and the benefits are extensive, such as an exclusive Members’ Rate of 5% off at hotels, resorts and apartments across the Pacific, Reward points, and privileges such as suite night upgrades, complimentary breakfast and exclusive experiences, depending on the level of status. Points can be earned on accommodation as well as at thousands of restaurants and bars throughout the network.

 Members of ALL also receive exclusive invitations to redeem points to experience the luxurious ALL hospitality suites at Accor Stadium and Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, where artists like Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran are playing, in addition to sporting events including the State of Origin. Members can also use their Reward points to purchase exclusive travel packages around the world with upgraded accommodation and inclusions like dinner, spa treatment and local experiences.

From luxury to economy, Accor has 18 international brands across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and French Polynesiaincluding SO/, Sofitel, MGallery, Art Series, Pullman, Swissôtel, Mövenpick, Grand Mercure, Peppers, The Sebel, Mantra, Novotel, Mercure, Tribe, BreakFree, ibis, ibis Styles and ibis budget.

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