On Tuesday, Frontier Airlines introduced a brand-new “all you can fly” pass.
The GoWild! The All-You-Can-Fly Fall & Winter Pass grants passengers unlimited travel from September 2, 2023, to February 29, 2024.
Travelers can visit in excess of 85 U.S. and international U.S. destinations.
The airline stated that the pass will cost $299 for a limited time.
“Whether you want to soak up some sun on the beach or hit the ski slopes, the GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Fall & Winter pass is an unprecedented bargain at just $299 while supplies last,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial with Frontier Airlines. “Combined with the special early booking promotion, this is a unique opportunity to enjoy some supreme savings on fall and winter travel.”
Frontier says that flights are now available online and can be booked a day before domestic travel and 10 days before international travel.
Your GoWild cannot be shared! You cannot purchase a pass alone; you must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States. You can track down additional insights concerning the GoWild! Pass, including blackout dates, on Frontier’s website.
Frontier claims that the pass also does not cover add-ons like seats or bags. The bag you bring on your flight may also present additional difficulties.
Frontier was recently criticized for a policy that gives gate agents bonuses for catching bags that are too big. The airline let Nexstar’s KRON know that the “carry-on bag size requirement” the airline had established was not “consistently applied” to all customers. The “majority” of customers who do pay in advance for carry-on bags claim that this was unfair to them.