How to Become a Hertz Affiliate

Become an affiliate of Hertz.
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Hertz is one of the most popular car rental companies in the world. They have offices in 8,100 locations in 147 cities worldwide. If you run a travel website, you can become a Hertz affiliate. As an affiliate of Hertz, you can earn a commission when someone rents a car with Hertz. Travel agents and websites with large booking volumes have the opportunity to create a direct affiliation with Hertz, but those running general travel websites must join through an affiliate network.

Affiliate Networks

Choose an affiliate network. Hertz offers programs through and TradeDoubler, but is the only oneopen to U.S. residents. If you are located in another country, you may be able to join either program.

Register with the affiliate network. You'll need to supply basic information, along with a link to your website.

Sign up for the Hertz affiliate program. Once you are a member of the network, you can search for the Hertz program and sign up. It may take a few days to receive approval.

Direct Affiliate

Sign in as a travel agent. If you are a professional travel agent, you can sign in using your IATA or ABTA number.

Submit an application. If you are not a travel agent, but own a travel-related website and are a high-converting affiliate, you can submit an application through the Hertz site detailing your website and sales process.

Talk to a representative about establishing your affiliate programs. If your customers book travel through a website, you'll be given a special link with which they can book their Hertz car rental; the link credits your account with the sale. If your customers make travel arrangements in person or on the phone, you'll have a special number that you reference when contacting Hertz.

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