Well, that was fast…
Last week, Frontier dropped its long-awaited GoWild! All-you-can-fly pass, giving passholders 300+ days of unlimited flights for one flat rate. You can find most of the original details here but let’s take a look at some of the new changes.
The pass is now $799 for the first year
It turns out that Frontier meant it when it said that the previous $599 price was only available for a limited time, as the price has increased by $200.
Two things worth noting:
The sign-up page says that the current $799 price tag is also for a limited time only
All passes auto-renew at $1,199 per year. So purchasers may want to get that cancelation in preemptively.
You can now use the GoWild! Pass on international flights
Originally, the all-you-can-fly pass was only good for domestic Frontier routes. Now, Frontier has announced that international flights can be booked using the GoWild! Pass starting 10 days before flight departure — meaning you can use the pass to fly to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Latin America.
See everywhere you can fly with Frontier’s route map.