Frontier Adds To Collection Of All-You-Can-Fly Options With A Monthly Go Wild! Pass

Frontier just added to its list of all-you-can-fly GoWild! Passes with a monthly option to fly all you want for 30 days.

The pass costs $149 with an enrollment fee of $99, which is waived until August 7 of this year.

This alternative adds to the annual, summer, and fall/winter passes that are currently available through Frontier’s Go Wild! program.

The booking rules align with their other Go Wild! Passes where domestic flights can only be confirmed the day before and international flights 10 days before. There are also still extra fees including $.01 in airfare, extra flight taxes and fees, extra bag fees, and seat assignment costs.

Frontier flies to 85 locations domestically and internationally including Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America and regular flights from Frontier can cost anywhere from $150 internationally to $13 domestically. Therefore, the bag fees are where the cost truly lies.

But with Frontier Elite status through their credit card, many of these bag fees are waived, making the Go Wild! Pass a much better deal.

But there are several blackout dates throughout the end of summer through winter and into early spring, so it’s important to be aware of these before you intend to book travel.

Flights purchased on the pass also do not earn miles or count towards earning Frontier Elite status.

In general, for those who are loyal Frontier travelers and looking to have one month where they impulsively fly without much forethought, the all-you-can-fly pass could be a fun adventure.

Featured image credit Daniel S., second image credit @2yansheridan

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Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

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