Frontier Offering 2-for-1 Fares for Mother’s Day

May 12, 2019

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Frontier is, once again, offering 2-for-1 fares on select flights. The ultra-low-cost carrier’s latest promotion is in celebration of Mother’s Day, however, it is essentially a continuation of the Friends Fly Free promotion. Frontier’s Friends Fly Free promo allows members of the airline’s discount club, Discount Den, to travel with a companion while only having to pay for a single ticket. Discount Den members pay the fare, taxes, and fees for their ticket while their companion travels for free. Frontier’s latest 2-for-1 promo ends tomorrow, May 13.

As mentioned, to take advantage of this promotion, you must be a member of Frontier’s Discount Den, which costs $60 per year. The program gives members access to sales and promotions like the Friends Fly Free promo as well as Kids Fly Free, which allows members to bring one child under the age of 15 onboard at no additional cost. While $60 might seem like a lot for a discount club membership at an ultra-low-cost carrier, the annual fee could actually pay for itself if members take advantage of even one 2-for-1 promotion.

Members of Frontier’s Discount Den must use the promo code FLYFREE to access 2-for-1 fares. Additionally, Frontier imposes a variety of blackout dates and restrictions on these fares. The following must apply for a fare to qualify for the promo:

  • Offer valid for travel Mondays — Thursdays and Saturdays
  • Monday-Thursday and Saturday fares available through June 19, 2019
  • Monday-Thursday fares are available from August 12 through November 13, 2019
  • Blackout dates: May 23-25, 27-29, 2019 and Aug. 29 — Sep. 3, 2019
  • Select routes only, numerous routes excluded
  • Access the full terms and conditions via this link

Frontier famously offers fares for as low as $29 per ticket, but keep in mind that fares do not include the price of an advanced seat assignment, carry-on bag, checked-bag, or onboard services. Even with the price of a seat and carry-on bag, this promotion is quite lucrative. To learn more about this promotion and book 2-for-1 flights, head over to the Frontier promotion page.

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