Frontier Airlines’ introductory $799 price for its annual GoWild! pass will expire at the end of November. The regular price is $1,999.
In the meantime, Frontier has made its new pass available to children. Adults ages 18 and older can purchase the pass for children. Kids get a $200 voucher.
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The pass takes effect on May 2 and is valid for 12 months. Passholders have access to unlimited flights but with substantial restrictions. Domestic flights must be booked the day before for departure, for both outbound and return flights. International flights, both outbound and return, can be booked up to 10 days before departure.
The pass also has blackout dates covering peak flying periods, including popular holidays and spring break periods.
Passholders pay a token fare of one penny when they book, but they also must pay applicable taxes, fees and charges. In addition, they must pay for ancillary products such as checked and carry-on bags and seat assignments. They also cannot earn miles on their flying.
The GoWild! Pass is nontransferable. The pass will automatically renew for another one-year term at the $1,999 retail price unless the buyer cancels.
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