Frontier Airlines Has Released A $60 Pass That Lets Kids Fly Free All Year

If you’re constantly traveling with the kids in tow, you know that the cost of those plane tickets adds up. Now, one U.S. airline is giving its customers the chance to save big on family trips.

Frontier Airlines recently announced its new Kids Fly Free program. The program will allow children 14 years old and younger to fly free (yes, seriously) when they travel with an adult.

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Of course, there is some fine print. The family must be part of the airline’s Discount Den, which costs $60 per year. But the cost of the annual membership can be easily recouped (and then some) by flying just one trip with the little ones.

The program works for up to six people on a single family itinerary for eligible flights. Guests should be aware that kids will still need to pay to check in luggage or select their seats. Still, this may be the best deal out there for traveling families.