A popular flight program for travelers who just can’t get enough of Los Cabos is finally back.
For the low price of less than $500, plus required taxes and fees, a tourist can fly to Los Cabos and several other international destinations as much as they like for a whole year. With a couple of small restrictions, of course.
It even includes a complementary status upgrade with the purchase.
Go Wild! In Los Cabos
The popular Go Wild! All-You-Can-Fly Annual Pass is back from Frontier Airlines. For $499, fliers can make unlimited flights on the Frontier Airlines network, domestic or international, for an entire year for the one-time price.
However, there are some additional required taxes and fees along with using the pass.
The passes are valid from May 1, 2024 through April 30, 2025 and are only available until November 28, or while supplies last.
One of the requirements of the annual pass is that travelers must book their international flights, including those to Los Cabos, at least ten days in advance.
The seats on the flights are limited, and the airline discloses that an early booking fee may apply for visitors reserving tickets well in advance of the flight date.
Complementary Silver Status
A new feature for travelers purchasing the Frontier Airlines Go Wild! Pass is complementary silver status included with the card.
The silver status enables visitors to Los Cabos to enjoy free seat assignments, no change/cancel fees when changes are made seven days before departure, priority boarding and priority customer care.
According to Frontier, the silver status will start for annual pass travelers to Los Cabos early in 2024.
Limited Flight Options
The only real drawback to the Go Wild! Annual pass for Los Cabos visitors is the fact that Frontier Airlines only serves Los Cabos from one airport in the United States – Denver International Airport.
Therefore, travelers wanting to fly to Los Cabos using the Go Wild! Annual passes will have to connect through the airline’s main hub in Denver to fly to Los Cabos. That could be a real drawback for visitors who only purchase the card for flights to Los Cabos.
The airline does operate a codeshare agreement with Mexican airline Volaris. However, it is not clear if those flights would be included with the Go Wild! Annual pass. Additionally, Volaris does not offer flights from the United States directly to Los Cabos.
Travelers enjoying visiting Mexico would however find additional destinations available to visit such as Cancun, Cozumel and Guadalajara, in addition to flights to Los Cabos.
What Visitors Need To Know
Frequent travelers to Los Cabos who don’t mind making a connection at Denver International Airport when visiting the beach resort destination may find value from Frontier Airlines Go Wild! Unlimited flight annual pass.
If travelers use Frontier for much of their domestic travel as well, it may provide more value to travelers with a flight or two to Los Cabos and another international destination thrown in.
Travelers should also remember that the Go Wild! Pass does not include some included fees and taxes which means that there will be costs for each flight. Also, Frontier is charging early booking fees for tourists who book their tickets well in advance of travel.
There definitely could be some value for visitors who fly Frontier frequently right now to take advantage of this annual pass, especially with the included silver status and included elite perks.
However, for those purchasing the pass who don’t normally fly Frontier Airlines or don’t live conveniently near Denver International Airport, to leverage unlimited flights to Los Cabos, it may not be worth the $500 investment, even for unlimited flights for one year.
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