Frontier’s all-you-can-fly pass is here for $500 off.
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Got a packed carry-on and a lot of PTO to burn? You’re in luck, as Frontier Airlines has officially announced its GoWild! annual flight pass, offering unlimited flights starting May 2nd.

‘Unlimited flights’ is such a wild (excuse the pun) phrase that it’s almost overwhelming. Should you jump on this all-you-can-fly buffet immediately? Or should you say ‘no thanks’ like it’s some been-sitting-out-all-day sushi? Let’s take a look.

Save $500 right now on Frontier’s GoWild! Pass

Frontier’s GoWild! Pass is currently on sale for $599 for the first year. The carrier says that only ‘a limited number of passes’ will be available at this price. Normally, the pass will cost $1,999 per year and automatically renews at that rate.

Passholders are able to cancel at any time if they so choose.

Where can I fly with the pass? How often?

You can fly as much as you want between any Frontier-serviced US destination, including Puerto Rico.

This means that service to countries like Mexico, Jamaica, and the Bahamas is not currently included, though Frontier is “reviewing potential paths to expand the GoWild! Pass to international destinations in the future.”

Frontier’s flight route map can be viewed here.

Because flights can only be booked and confirmed the day before, occasional flyers might not find much use for this flight pass just yet. But travelers who fly frequently on short notice, like me, whose family members are scattered across the country, may find this pass appealing — assuming everyone behaves at Thanksgiving this year.

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