The Hall Rewards Program is Our Way of Saying “Thank You”

 

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’re thinking about what we’re thankful for here at Hall Honda Virginia Beach. The first thing that comes to mind is our drivers. Over the years, we’ve gotten to know drivers and their families, and we’re thankful to be a part of the community here in Virginia Beach, VA. To show our thanks, we’re excited to announce the Hall Rewards program.

 

The great thing about the Hall Rewards program is that you earn points by doing things you would do anyway, and you can redeem them to save money on routine services that you would bring your car in for anyway. Plus, you can earn and redeem points at all 14 Hall dealership locations. For every $1 you spend on service and parts, you earn 5 points. Oil change, tire rotation, new tires, new wiper blades, and new air filters — all of that and more puts points in your pocket. If you need to head to the body shop, you’ll earn 1 point for every $1 spent. But the quickest way to load up on points is with the purchase of a new or pre-owned vehicle. That purchase will earn you 10,000 points. So if you’re planning on purchasing a car, you’re definitely going to want to sign up for the Hall Rewards program.

 

If you’re a MileOne Credit Card holder, you’ve got even more reason to enroll. Earn 500 points every time you use your card, and enjoy extended no-interest financing on purchases just for being a member of the program. Other member benefits include complimentary shuttle service, a Vehicle Health Report with every service visit, lifetime Virginia and North Carolina state safety inspections, pre-travel inspections, $500 trade credit, 7-day or 500-mile vehicle exchange, and access to exclusive sales events.

 

When it comes time to redeem your points, you can apply them to parts, service, and the purchase or lease of a new or pre-owned vehicle. So what are you waiting for? Head in to Hall HondaVirginia Beach and enroll today!

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