On Wednesday, Frontier Airlines announced the pricing of its all-you-can-fly pass, which will start at $599 for the first year and auto-renew at $1,999 if you don’t cancel it in time.
The 12-month GoWild! Pass is now available for purchase, with travel beginning May 2, 2023.
There is no limit to how many flights a Passholder may take between any two Frontier destinations within the United States, including Puerto Rico. However, buyers should also know there are around a dozen blackout dates, including dates around most major holidays.
As pass holders, passengers are still required to pay $0.01 in airfare, plus taxes and fees, and ancillary services such as carry-ons and checked bags. Additionally, tickets don’t become available to book and confirm until the day before departure, the Washington Post reports.
Despite not earning miles on flights, travel qualifies as an activity and extends the expiration date of miles.
Frontier said the GoWild! pass is non-transferable. It will automatically renew for another one-year term unless canceled.