A few months ago, Frontier Airlines shared the details of the GoWild! Pass, an annual subscription for travel within the United States for just $599. And now, the low-cost carrier has just announced a new GoWild! Summer Pass.
Frontier shared in a press release on Tuesday the details of the new promotion. The summer pass will offer customers the possibility to take unlimited flights to national and international destinations from May 2 through September 30 this year. For a limited time, the all-you-can-fly GoWild! Summer Pass costs only $399 per person.
American travelers interested in this special ticket can buy the pass, log in to their FRONTIER Miles account, find the best flight on the carrier’s website, book, and fly. But where’s the catch? There are a few things travelers should understand before purchasing this attractive pass.
What Travelers Must Know About The GoWild! Summer Pass
Paying just one ticket and getting unlimited flights —domestic and international— is every traveler’s dream. Frontier might not have the most comfortable seats or complete service, but there are great travel opportunities and promotions for low-cost lovers.
Here’s what travelers should know about the GoWild! Summer Pass:
- It’s for travelers with very flexible schedules: Domestic flights must be booked and confirmed the day before departure. For international flights, customers can book up to 10 days in advance.
- The special low price is temporary: Frontier clarified that the introductory price of $399 will be temporarily available on a first-come, first-served basis and can be purchased on the official website. The retail price—and renewal— is $999.
- The pass has a timeframe: owners of the summer pass can use the service to book flights between May 2 and September 30. The options are subject to availability, and blackout dates apply.
- Only the seat is included: Those who find a great travel route and a seat available must consider that bags are not included, and a fare of $0.01 will be charged per flight booked. Travel with this promotion will not allow travelers to earn miles or status in a frequent flyer program.
- The pass is automatically renewed: Those who want to use the pass only in 2023 must cancel the subscription before the last day of travel.
- The pass is non-transferable: only the pass holder can travel using this special summer pass.
Travelers interested in learning more about this ticket and getting all details can visit the terms and conditions page and read the GoWild! section. It is important to understand what is at stake, especially considering that Frontier eliminated phone assistance a few months ago, and customer support is limited to chat, email, or filing a complaint.
Is It Truly Worth It?
This sale might not be ideal for every traveler since only some have the flexibility to book a domestic flight just a day in advance or an international flight just a few days ahead.
As Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial at Frontier Airlines, said: “For people with flexible schedules, this is a terrific opportunity to have a truly epic summer and then some, soaking up rays on the beach, exploring national parks and visiting new cities.”
Those who can travel frequently and spontaneously—the type of travel that makes you instantly happier— can take advantage and reach amazing destinations. The carrier serves over 100 non-stop routes.
Frontier has great domestic destinations like Atlanta, Denver, Orlando, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami, and amazing international destinations like Montego Bay (Jamaica), Cancun (Mexico), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), and Nassau (The Bahamas).
The carrier has also recently launched new routes to Puerto Rico with services to Aguadilla and Ponce and expanded routes to San Juan.
For digital nomads, freelancers, or simply those willing to travel as much as possible next summer, this can be the perfect opportunity to get the most out of their 2023 travel plans on a budget.
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