How to fly all summer on a single $399 fare

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Unlimited travel to any summer vacation destination you want for under $400? That’s the deal being offered by one airline looking to ramp up its business in the coming warm weather months.

Frontier is offering a new all-you-can-fly pass called GoWild that will allow unlimited flights between May 2 and September 30.

The price tag? $399.

Frontier also announced some other perks that will come along with the flight pass, including allowing short-notice domestic bookings as little as one day in advance. International flights do require booking 10 days out.

“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,” Frontier senior vice president Daniel Shurz said in a release.

Frequent flyers should take note though. Customers who use the GoWild pass will not accumulate miles for those flights. And there’s something else to watch for.

Any GoWild pass that doesn’t get cancelled at summer’s end will automatically renew at what’s considered “regular retail price,” hitting passholders’ bank accounts or credit cards for a charge of $999.

Maybe put that reminder in your phone if you sign up.

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