[$799 Through 11/28] WOW! Frontier Gives Their GoWild Unlimited Flight Pass A Massive Upgrade! Here Is Everything You Need To Know

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Update, 11/19: This is now on sale for $799, if you purchase it by 11/28.

Frontier GoWild Pass

Today is the final day to buy this unlimited flight pass for the $599 intro price. The regular price will be $1,999 per year.

Frontier has been slowly trickling out information on their unlimited flight pass, but now they have made a huge upgrade to the pass by allowing international travel reservations up to 10 days in advance of the flight! It’s truly a once in a lifetime travel opportunity, especially for people with very flexible schedules or who can work on the go.

Here is everything you need to know:

  • You can fly anywhere that Frontier flies with the pass, as often as you’d like to fly!
  • The pass will be valid starting on 5/2/23 for 1 year.
  • You will be able to use the pass to book international travel as early as 10 days before the flight. That’s in order so that you can have time to get a confirmed return flight, which is required by some countries for entry. International countries served by Frontier include Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, and S. Maarten! Here is a full list of Frontier destinations.
  • You will be able to use the pass to book domestic flights the day before or the day of the flight. That means you won’t be able to secure a return domestic flight until the day before you want to fly back.
  • Flights will cost $0.01 and taxes and fees for a nonstop one-way domestic flight will be $14.60. Connecting domestic flights will be $23.60 with shorter connections or $29.20 with longer connections. International travel will have higher taxes that vary based on the departure country.
  • Bags and advance seat assignments are not included, but are available for purchase.
  • Elite status benefits will apply to these tickets, though you won’t earn miles or status from these tickets.
  • The pass will renew for $1,999 unless you cancel it.
  • Blackout dates include: 2023: May 25, 26, 29; June 29, 30; July 1-5, 8, 9; August 31; September 1, 4; October 5, 6, 9; November 18, 22, 24-27; December 16, 17, 22-24, 26-31. 2024: January 1, 15; February 15, 16, 19; March 3, 10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31; April 5-7, 12-14. Blackout dates for May 2024 and beyond will be posted in advance of accepting any enrollments for pass periods which cover those dates.
  • “The ability to make bookings is based on flight and seat availability; not all Frontier flights will be available for booking through the GoWild! Pass. Last seat availability is not guaranteed.”
  • “You should only book flights that you intend to board. You may not book flights that overlap each other, that are duplicate itineraries, or that are impossible to fly. Pass holders who repeatedly book and no-show flights, or who otherwise violate the terms and conditions contained in these Rules, are subject to financial penalties up to and including the revocation of pass privileges without refund.”
  • You must be a US resident at least 18 years old to enroll and the pass is non-transferrable.

Will you buy a GoWild pass? Be sure to post your experiences on DDF!

HT: Yaalili, via DDF

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52 Comments On "[$799 Through 11/28] WOW! Frontier Gives Their GoWild Unlimited Flight Pass A Massive Upgrade! Here Is Everything You Need To Know"

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When does it expire?


Reading is hard….


Read the article?


Getting more interesting, if it would be a different airline, more people would likely jump on it.


Couldn’t this just be a money grab where the board plans to fold up the airline within the year?


Sounds like they charge cancellation and change fees for your free flight!


Most people won’t book a one way without knowing if the return will be available since you can only book 1 day in advance. Also I believe if they would include seat assignment and 1 bag it would be a game changer

Thanks Dan!

Sounds AWESOME, but I just can’t get myself to fly Frontier, am I wrong?
Are you willing to fly Frontier often enough to make this worthwhile?


Yeah… it’s an airliner with foreign call centers. When we once had a medical emergency that prevented us from making the flight and called before to see if anything was possible… they literally laughed at my wife. How is that for poor training.


Are you getting it Dan?


You’ll probably only know once the year is over


Ill bet folks will buy the pass and barely use it. Like the SW companion pass


That’s the whole point. It may actually be free money for them and free publicity.


At first sight it appears to be a good deal. Baggage (carry-on or checked) fee is approx.50.00 per piece. If I buy this pass for my wife and myself it will add 200.00 for each round trip. Southwest bags are free, other airlines with their credit cards are free too. Hmmmmm…. Adds a different perspective.


Wondering if Dan or anyone else has an idea. I booked a flight on Frontier, for cheap, to Orlando, then received an email that the return trip was cancelled, with one option that didn’t work for me. However, I saw a similar flight going to PHL (instead of the original TTN), so when i called and asked for it, they told me that I would have to pay an excessive amount to change destinations. When I pressed and told them that I wasn’t the one that cancelled and they should help me out, they HUNG UP ON ME – How’s that for customer service? (No, I wasn’t yelling or obnoxious. I just told them matter-of-factly that I thought they should help me out.)


Keep on calling(ask for the supervisor), write to costumer service, go on their FB site…. I did & they finally switched me….


I got one. Their timetable is ugly and they discontinued lax & ewr, but even if i just use it for sh*ts & giggles a few times, at $600 it’ll be worth it. For $2k renewal, no chance. I LOVED the Jetsmarter thing years ago–milked it. I had the jetblue pass and also got my $ worth.


Be aware of the fees. I flew with them to Cancun this year, non stop, for $174.70. Flight was fine. Airfare was $26.36. Taxes and fees were $148.34. I am assuming that the pass would have covered the $26.36, and out of pocket would have been the $148.34.


I agree this is ridiculous. I almost bought it. I am not saying you can’t save but it’s really not such a great deal aspecially with all the T@Cs just look at the following example….

New York to Santo Domingo – 1 Stop (MCO)
Flight 1335 & Flight 98
Jan 19, 2023 10:45 PM
Taxes & Carrier Imposed Fees
Image for returning city
Santo Domingo to New York – 1 Stop (MCO)
Flight 99 & Flight 1334
Jan 30, 2023 9:41 PM
Taxes & Carrier Imposed Fees


Some comments:

1. Does not mention that you can book domestic the day of the flight. In fact, it implies the opposite

2. Says that cancellation will entail fees.


Would kids fly free apply on applicable flights?


Can I buy a pass for my kids? They are under 18…. and you wrote 18 or older?


I just cannot stand how they lowered their checked bag weight to 40lb


Do you think this would qualify as an “airline incidental fee” for Amex or chase ritz Carlton card?


The most concerning part in the T&C is “not all Frontier flights will be available for booking through the GoWild! Pass”.

So they could theoretically block out like half of the more popular routes, even if seats are available.


They no longer fly out of EWR. The cost of tolls for the schlep from North Jersey to LGA and back costs almost as much as Frontier’s typical base fares. Hard pass.


@Acap according to Wikipedia: they fly out of Trenton


So can this work for international connections? If I fly out of Albany to Florida or the hub in Denver, would I then be allowed to book a connecting flight to cancun? For some reason on the frontier website, I am only able to see the “city to city” destination list.
Obviously I would incure the intl booking fee.


The don’t fly to Israel, and a lot more dates are blacked out than you’d think. Check your dates before you buy the pass, because it might not do you any good. 🙁