I have good news for you if you write to Santa with your letter to Frontier. A limited number of unlimited flight passes will be sold by Frontier and can be used for flights to all of their destinations.
They are calling it a Go Wild. All-You-Can-Fly Pass, but given the fact that there will likely be some level of sado- masochism needed to take unlimited flights with Frontier, maybe it should be called 50 Shades of Getaway.
We don't know much about how the pass will work. The only thing we have is a press release.
Get ready to turn your flexibility into unlimited free travel with the new GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass. For one low price, you will enjoy:
- An unlimited number of flights
- Access to all our destinations
- Flights available 300+ days a year
- Complete flexibility
- Bookings confirmed ahead of travel
- 12 months of travel
Last year alone, five million seats flew empty, now they could be yours. With your new GoWild! Pass, you will be able to get confirmed for your flight the day before you take off on one of your limitless adventures, beginning spring 2023.
As a Frontier Miles member, you are invited to be the first to get early access to a limited number of passes that will be offered at a WILDLY discounted rate. It’s first-come, first-served, so make sure you sign up for early access today and be the first to get details and access to buy.
FrontierMiles members will have early access to this unlimited flights pass. Signing up for their loyalty program now would be worth it if you are not a member already.
The All-You-Can-Fly Pass' price is unknown. It'll sell out in seconds if it's priced well. Frontier's clientele might be put off making such a large up-front investment if the price is too high.
I am concerned that Frontier is trying to be smart with how they phrase their announcement. It says "access to all our destinations." You will be able to book any flight you want with this pass. It's possible that they could say something like "Flights to Orlando have to be booked from San Antonio and not the other 65+ cities we normally serve toOrlando" They still say that you will have access to all their destinations, but it wouldn't be as much as you'd think. I am not saying they will do that, but the lack of an "Any flight, any destination" guarantee makes me think there could be restrictions or some sort of embargo.
The bullet point that says "Bookings confirmed ahead of travel" has me a bit uneasy. It might be a good idea to take it at face value, because there is no need to worry about the pass only being valid on flights that are on a waiting list. It is possible that you will only be able to book flights within a week. They are telling you that your booking will be confirmed ahead of time, but not as far in advance as you want. You will need to book your flights at least three months in advance of your travel dates. I hope they clarify before they put the passes on sale and before people pay large sums of money without knowing what they are getting into.
This promotion is intriguing and I hope it will be straight-shooting. We will post more about this once we have more information about how the pass will work and how much it will cost.
John is a member of the frequent miler Insiders Facebook group.