Frontier Airlines on Tuesday revealed more details of its all-you-can-fly summer travel pass called GoWild!, a relatively first-of-its-kind product for U.S. travelers.
The pass covers flights between Frontier’s U.S. and international destinations from May 2 through Sept. 30, giving holders unlimited access to seats on those flights for just $399 per person. But, there are some catches.
In order to book with the pass, flyers have to book a departure for domestic travel the day before, or 10 days before for international travel. Each flight costs $.01 in airfare plus taxes, fees, and charges at the time of booking, along with any ancillary charges (bag fees, seat selection, and more) that has to be added at booking.
There are also some blackout periods for the fares and miles on the flights that use the GoWild! pass are not eligible to be used for Frontier status.
Still, the pass is unlimited, meaning that if seats are available, pass-holders will be able to use it as often as they want through Sept. 30, in any of Frontier’s destinations.
“Everyone loves summer vacation and, with the new GoWild! Summer Pass, you can enjoy even more of what you love,” said Daniel Shurz, senior vice president of commercial, Frontier Airlines.
“For people with flexible schedules, this is a terrific opportunity to have a truly epic summer and then some, soaking up rays on the beach, exploring national parks, and visiting new cities.”
At the same time, Frontier unveiled some new additions to that route map this week, including five routes to San Juan and a new service to Aguadilla and Ponce.
Starting in May, Frontier will fly to San Juan from Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW), Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), and Cancun International Airport (CUN).