After almost 9 months of no air travel and no plans to get on a plane anytime soon, the moments where I’m truly excited about travel have been few and far between. In fact, most this year have involved renting RVs and ultimately buying an RV and a pickup truck (more on that in future stories). You might find it odd for me to be talking about a Frontier Airlines status match, especially since I’m normally on one of the big 3 domestic carriers. Frontier Airlines is actually an airline […]
On this week’s episode of the Miles To Go podcast, we’re talking Frontier Airlines and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Frontier Airlines has done a great job drawing attention to themselves in a good way. They rolled out a new loyalty program, then introduced “Kids Fly Free“. Now, they’ve introduced “Friends Fly Free”. Jen joins us to give you the lowdown on how Frontier is getting you there even cheaper. They may not be luxurious, but I actually don’t mind flying them. You can expect to get at least as much […]
The biggest thing I preach to families who want to travel more is that they need the right credit cards in their wallet. That doesn’t have to be 5 or 10 credit cards like me (okay, so I have a lot more than that). Sometimes, just one credit card (the right card) can make a huge difference in how you travel. Take the recent Southwest credit card offer that came with a companion pass. Free travel for a companion for 11 months? What’s not to like? But what if you […]
It’s not quite the Southwest Airlines companion pass. But, with last-seat availability and a permanent place in Discount Den benefits, Kids Fly Free is shaping up to be pretty good news for families.
Frontier Airlines already has some pretty ridiculous prices on airline tickets. Discount Den membership is another way to maximize those savings. And, with their new “Kids Fly Free” promo, you can save even more!
Have you ever had a flight that was delayed or cancelled? Did the airline move you to another airline so you could get where you needed to go? Do you think it’s fair for an airline to move some passengers to another airline during delays or cancellations but not move others?
Frontier Airlines is lowering their change fees across the board. Effective immediately, the airline has eliminated change fees if you change your flight more than 90 days ahead of time. They’re also lowering fees for changes closer in. This is definitely a positive move.
Frontier Airlines has a new elite program and a new credit card that offer a host of new benefits. From free changes and refunds to complimentary carry-on and checked bags, there’s lots to like. Oh, did I mention that the credit card makes it much easier to earn elite status?