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Frontier Launches Summer 2024 GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Passes for $399

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In 2023, Frontier Airlines first unveiled its “unlimited” flying pass program.

Now, you can purchase a summer 2024 version of the same pass for $399, which allows you to travel on Frontier’s domestic and international network between May 1 and September 30, 2024.

They’re on sale until supplies last, so here are more details on these unique passes!

Frontier’s GoWild! Summer All-You-Can-Fly Pass Details

Frontier’s newest GoWild! Summer pass is available only to FRONTIER Miles members and is valid for travel from May 1 until September 30. Flyers can book flights to more than 85 destinations, including international cities across Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America.

Typically, flights booked with the GoWild! pass have to be ticketed just 1 day in advance for domestic flights and 10 days for international flights.

Frontier Go Wild Pass 2024

There are several blackout dates for the summer pass, including May 23 to 24, 27; June 27 to 29; July 5, 7; August 29 to 30; and September 2.

Hot Tip:

There are a few new updates to the program just for 2024, including the ability to plan and select your GoWild! flights in advance (early booking charge may apply) and earn Frontier miles on all GoWild! purchases.

Other Frontier GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass On Sale

Frontier also has a few other all-you-can-fly passes on sale: annual, fall & winter, and monthly.

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PassTravel DatesPrice
AnnualMay 1, 2024, to April 30, 2025$599
Fall & winterSeptember 2, 2023, to February 29, 2024$399
MonthlyFebruary 8, 2024, to March 9, 2024
  • $0 first month (limited-time offer) with a $99 enrollment fee
  • Automatically renews monthly at $149

With the monthly version of the GoWild! pass, it’s valid for 30 days after you make your purchase. After 30 days, the pass will automatically renew, allowing you to take advantage of the pass month-to-month, though it’s worth noting that purchasing either the summer or annual passes will be cheaper if you plan on flying over multiple months.

You can expect several blackout days where these passes cannot be used, like during busy holiday seasons, including Thanksgiving and Christmas:

  • Blackout Dates 2024: January 1, 15; February 15, 16, 19; March 3, 10, 15 to 17, 22 to 24, 29 to 31; April 5 to 7, 12 to 14; May 23 to 24, 27; June 27 to 29; July 5, 7; August 29 to 30; September 2; October 10 to 11, 13 to 14; November 23, 27, 30; December 1-2, 21 to 24, 26 to 31
  • Blackout Dates 2025: January 1, 4-5, 16 to 17, 20; February 13 to 14, 17; March 14 to 16, 21 to 23, 28 to 30; April 4 to 6, 11 to 13, 18 to 21. (Blackout dates after May 2025 will be posted later).

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How the GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Passes Work

When booking, each flight will cost $0.01 in airfare plus applicable taxes, fees, and charges. You’ll have access to all of the U.S. destinations that Frontier flies to, as well as destinations across Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America.

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Where will you go with the Frontier GoWild! passes? Image Credit: Frontier

Beyond the promotional booking window noted above, domestic flights can be booked and confirmed the day before departure, and international travel can be booked and confirmed starting 10 days before departure. Bottom line? You need to be very flexible in your travel plans.

Finally, while GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass travel qualifies as an activity to extend FRONTIER Miles expiration, this travel is not eligible to earn miles or status.

It’s worth noting that if you’re traveling which a child on a pass, you’ll need to abide by these rules:

  • If you’re under 18, a person over 18 will need to purchase the pass. If you’re under 13, an actual parent or legal guardian will need to purchase the pass.
  • Both the adult and child need to be U.S. residents.
  • If you’re a child under the age of 15, you’ll need to travel with a companion that is at least 15 years of age or older.

Final Thoughts

Frontier is now offering its summer all-you-can-fly pass for just $399, which can amount to huge savings for peak travel periods.

And since you have access to all of the airline’s destinations, it’s certainly a tempting proposition.

Whether it’s for business or pleasure, you’ll be able to jet off to somewhere new without purchasing individual flights.

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James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.

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