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Hot off the press and into my email, National Car Rental’s Emerald Club program has extended elite member status for Executive and Executive Elite members.

National Car Rental Elite Status Extension

Your Executive status will be extended.
Current Executive and Executive Elite members will receive a one-year extension and keep their status through February 28, 2022.

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Qualifying rentals and rental days will roll over. 
You’ve earned them and we want to ensure you keep them. Any qualifying activity you have beyond your tier qualification will roll over to next year. Additional details can be found here

I don’t believe that any of the other car rental companies have extended status yet.

This is especially nice for MilesTalk readers, as many have current National Executive Elite status from this promotion. Now, you’ll have it through Feb 28, 2022.

Remember that you can also use your National EE status to match over to Hertz’s President’s Circle.

 

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