Frontier Airlines announced its latest airline promotion this Wednesday, which offers pass holders unlimited domestic flights, including to Puerto Rico.

Called The New Gowild! Pass, the budget airline based out of Denver, Colorado, carries an introductory price of $599, reasonable through Thursday, and includes unlimited flights during a 12-month period, starting May 2. After this Thursday, the rate will be $1,999 a year.

“The GoWild! Pass is a terrific opportunity for people with flexible schedules who can hop on a flight on short notice and take advantage of the huge number of airplane seats that go empty each year,” Frontier president and CEO Barry Biffle said in a press release. “We invite our pass holders to explore new cities, visit friends and family, and fly from snow to sun and back as often as they like with the freedom and flexibility of the GoWild! All-You-Can-Fly Pass.”

Read what you need to know about this airline promotion below:

The flights aren’t exactly free.

Travelers who purchase the annual pass can log into their Frontier Miles account, search and book up to a day before their flight’s departure, and pay only $0.01 for airfare plus applicable taxes, fees and charges. Options like bags, seats and other products are available for an additional cost.

Blackout Days

Travelers should pay attention to numerous blackout days, and they can only book flights one day before departure – making it a bad choice for people who like to plan in advance.

The pass does include a number of caveats including blackout dates in 2023 and 2024.

2023: May 25, 26, 29; June 29, 30; July 1-5, 8, 9; Aug. 31; Sept. 1, 4; Oct. 5, 6, 9; Nov. 18, 22, 24-27; Dec. 16, 17, 22-24, 26-31.


2024: Jan. 1, 15; Feb. 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 that cover those dates.


The pass itself is non-transferable, meaning the pass holder cannot transfer the benefits to a friend or family member.

Travel using the pass is not eligible to earn Frontier miles or status benefits.