Earn up to $200 per Silvercar referral

Valid through 12/31/2015:


Silvercar, the high end all-Audi rental car company, is currently offering members $100 for each friend they refer along with a chance to earn a $500 bonus.  Here are the rules:

  • Signup for Silvercar and refer friends with your own personal referral code or link.
  • Each friend must not only sign up but also complete a rental of 2 days or more before the end of this year.
  • If you qualify for 5 $100 bonuses, you’ll be given an extra $500 bonus.  So, if you end the year with exactly 5 completed referrals, you’ll earn an average of $200 per referral.

Reward payments will be in the form of a Visa debit gift card.  More details of this promotion can be found on Silvercar’s blog (click here).

Here’s the downside…  Silvercar is only available in the following cities (so far):

  • Austin
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Los Angeles
  • Miami
  • Phoenix
  • San Francisco


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If you’re interested in signing up for Silvercar, you can find my referral link (and many other useful links) here.

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Do those you refer get any kind of bonus or incentive to sign up and rent a car?


On my account, it still have the same $25 referral fee for both parties…

Even on the blog article that you linked to, the graphic that they posted still shows the $25/$25 and no mention anywhere of the $100 referral fee.

Should I just make the referral anyway and just assume they are going to apply the new program?