Frontier Airlines, a budget carrier based in Denver, has launched its latest "All-You-Can-Fly" annual pass, available now during the holiday shopping season at a record low price.
Previously, the airline had offered different versions of this pass: an introductory one for $599, a later version for $999, and a summer-only option at $399. Their newest offering is priced at just $499, along with an "early Black Friday promotion" that grants free Frontier Miles Silver Elite status for the entirety of 2024.
To take advantage of these perks, travelers must purchase their passes, which are valid from May 1, 2024, to April 30, 2025, by November 28.
"Throughout 2023, thousands of GoWild! pass holders have enjoyed all-you-can-fly travel to a wide variety of Frontier's domestic and international destinations," Frontier Airlines President James Dempsey said in a press release. "For anyone with flexibility in their travel plans, the pass is a great value and a terrific opportunity to travel affordably."
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Frontier has stipulated that for domestic flights, pass holders can confirm their booking one day before departure, and for international travel, bookings can be confirmed 10 days in advance.
When booking, pass holders are required to pay only one cent in airfare, in addition to any applicable taxes, fees, and charges. Furthermore, pass holders have the option to book select flights ahead of time, although this may incur an additional early booking fee.
Elite Status provides travelers with several benefits, including complimentary seat assignments, waiver of change or cancellation fees for alterations made at least seven days before departure, priority boarding, and access to priority customer care.
Detailed terms and conditions are available on the website where the pass is purchased.
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