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Frontier Airlines offers Select Flights: Buy One Trip, Get One Trip Free when you apply promo code BOGO at booking.
  • Note: Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm Eastern time on Oct. 6, 2022. A 50% discount applies for travel, Monday through Thursday and Saturday, through Feb. 16, 2023.
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Cleyto asked this question on 10-05-2022 at 05:42 PM
10-05-2022 at 05:42 PM
I have never flown spirit, but frontier is basically my main airline now. In the past, the prices have been very low and enticing although as of recent, this company has been having greed take over. They entice you with s cheap airfare cost yet they charge you $60 per checked bag (used to be $30)... They also dropped the baggage max weight from 50 to 40 pounds. If you end up between 41 and 50 pounds, it's another $50/$60. Also if you book a flight with a significant other and don't pay $30 per seat to choose them, they will purposely separate you as punishment for not paying for your seats. When added up, then end up being close to a ticket with United Airlines.
10-05-2022 at 05:42 PM
they're both in the same 'as barebones as it gets' / 'basically a flying bus' tier. if you just want to get from point A to point B with a small backpack and no checked luggage, it will do the job.

there are no amenities whatsoever in the flight (no screens, no chargers, no included drinks or snacks - you have to pay extra, no reclining seats), and the seats are even more cramped than usual. and they'll nickel and dime you for everything, so better make sure you don't go over the carry-on size.

as long as you know what you are signing up for, they both offer some extremely cheap flights at times
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I have never flown spirit, but frontier is basically my main airline now. In the past, the prices have been very low and enticing although as of recent, this company has been having greed take over. They entice you with s cheap airfare cost yet they charge you $60 per checked bag (used to be $30)... They also dropped the baggage max weight from 50 to 40 pounds. If you end up between 41 and 50 pounds, it's another $50/$60. Also if you book a flight with a significant other and don't pay $30 per seat to choose them, they will purposely separate you as punishment for not paying for your seats. When added up, then end up being close to a ticket with United Airlines.
Every day but Friday and Sunday would be a better way to word
they're both in the same 'as barebones as it gets' / 'basically a flying bus' tier. if you just want to get from point A to point B with a small backpack and no checked luggage, it will do the job.

there are no amenities whatsoever in the flight (no screens, no chargers, no included drinks or snacks - you have to pay extra, no reclining seats), and the seats are even more cramped than usual. and they'll nickel and dime you for everything, so better make sure you don't go over the carry-on size.

as long as you know what you are signing up for, they both offer some extremely cheap flights at times
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10-04-2022 at 05:09 PM.
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How are they compared to spirit?
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10-04-2022 at 07:18 PM.
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How are they compared to spirit?
I have never flown spirit, but frontier is basically my main airline now. In the past, the prices have been very low and enticing although as of recent, this company has been having greed take over. They entice you with s cheap airfare cost yet they charge you $60 per checked bag (used to be $30)... They also dropped the baggage max weight from 50 to 40 pounds. If you end up between 41 and 50 pounds, it's another $50/$60. Also if you book a flight with a significant other and don't pay $30 per seat to choose them, they will purposely separate you as punishment for not paying for your seats. When added up, then end up being close to a ticket with United Airlines.
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10-04-2022 at 08:58 PM.
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Very whacky deal due to this. Who's flying these days?

Valid for nonstop and connect domestic travel Monday - Thursday & Saturday
Everyone. But what I can not tell is if you are really getting the BOGO offer or not.
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10-04-2022 at 09:45 PM.
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How are they compared to spirit?
they're both in the same 'as barebones as it gets' / 'basically a flying bus' tier. if you just want to get from point A to point B with a small backpack and no checked luggage, it will do the job.

there are no amenities whatsoever in the flight (no screens, no chargers, no included drinks or snacks - you have to pay extra, no reclining seats), and the seats are even more cramped than usual. and they'll nickel and dime you for everything, so better make sure you don't go over the carry-on size.

as long as you know what you are signing up for, they both offer some extremely cheap flights at times
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10-05-2022 at 04:53 AM.
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Quote from c137 :
Very whacky deal due to this. Who's flying these days?

Valid for nonstop and connect domestic travel Monday - Thursday & Saturday
Every day but Friday and Sunday would be a better way to word
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10-05-2022 at 05:47 AM.
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I have never flown spirit, but frontier is basically my main airline now. In the past, the prices have been very low and enticing although as of recent, this company has been having greed take over. They entice you with s cheap airfare cost yet they charge you $60 per checked bag (used to be $30)... They also dropped the baggage max weight from 50 to 40 pounds. If you end up between 41 and 50 pounds, it's another $50/$60. Also if you book a flight with a significant other and don't pay $30 per seat to choose them, they will purposely separate you as punishment for not paying for your seats. When added up, then end up being close to a ticket with United Airlines.
No valuable tips above: we've never been separated. Counter sells lowest total fare, knocking off bulk of fees: cheaper than topic's BOGO, cheaper than 100%off offer. Spirit counter appears to knock less off, by $20 on my purchased segments. Yours?
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10-05-2022 at 07:07 AM.
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No valuable tips above: we've never been separated. Counter sells lowest total fare, knocking off bulk of fees: cheaper than topic's BOGO, cheaper than 100%off offer. Spirit counter appears to knock less off, by $20 on my purchased segments. Yours?
True, both Spirit and Frontier will waive a passenger usage fee if you purchase from the ticket counter. Typically saves $30-40 per person round trip. While they do typically separate you if you dont buy seats together, many times if you check in 24hrs ahead and the seats are available, they will seat you together. If you have a child and this happens, many times I go up to the airport after I check in and they will rearrange the seats, where the child will sit next to you for free. I think Frontier makes sure they dont separate a child from the adult when auto-assinging seats.
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10-05-2022 at 07:53 AM.
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8hr layover searching from STL/BNA to BOS. Frown
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True, both Spirit and Frontier will waive a passenger usage fee if you purchase from the ticket counter. Typically saves $30-40 per person round trip. While they do typically separate you if you dont buy seats together, many times if you check in 24hrs ahead and the seats are available, they will seat you together. If you have a child and this happens, many times I go up to the airport after I check in and they will rearrange the seats, where the child will sit next to you for free. I think Frontier makes sure they dont separate a child from the adult when auto-assinging seats.
oh no, I've had Frontier counter knock $50 one-way(!) off of $80 online-total that day = $30 Frontier final total fare...While Spirit counter only knocked off $30 on same $80 segment tried minutes apart from Frontier counter, making for $50 total Spirit fare...Fares were 2-weeks advance (which appears optimal fare advance for most calendar months), refundable only 24-hours. A friend told me of similar fee discounts at major airline counters for overseas destinations, VS purchasing tix on-line - but I personally have only tried Frontier vs. Spirit. Anyone?
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10-05-2022 at 08:17 AM.
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You couldnt pay me to fly frontier ever again.
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You couldnt pay me to fly frontier ever again.
basically off-topic, cuz main interest should be SAVINGS at the advance counter vs. on-line "sales". I've cut fares easily in half by avoiding on-line purchase
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Not seeing the BOGO apply just seems to take a small discount off the price of flights
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