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Old Sep 20, 11, 10:41 pm   #1
 
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Posting Frontier miles to a different FFP

Hi All,
My husband is going to need to fly Frontier for the first time next week, and it's not an airline we ever fly. Are there any other FFPs that will post Frontier miles to their programs? I haven't been able to find anything online.

Thanks!
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Old Sep 21, 11, 9:14 am   #2
 
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You won't be able to earn for any other airline. What you can do is transfer them through Points.com but you won't get much for them. You could probably use them to get some magazines if you wanted.
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Old Sep 21, 11, 9:17 am   #3
 
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Hi All,
My husband is going to need to fly Frontier for the first time next week, and it's not an airline we ever fly. Are there any other FFPs that will post Frontier miles to their programs? I haven't been able to find anything online.

Thanks!
At one time, there was an agreement with AirTran, but no more.
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Old Sep 21, 11, 10:13 am   #4
 
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You might consider flying Frontier more frequently. Their fares are usually considerably cheaper than anyone else. If you buy Classsic Plus tickets you get 150% of the mileage flown, 125% for Classic tickets. A fare from Phoenix to Denver on Southwest is 299.00 plus tax for Business Select and 113.00 plus tax for Classic Plus on Frontier. On Frontier you get 5 extra inches of legroom, 2 free bags, free TV, no change fee, and the fare is refundable, plus you get the extra miles. And, you can redeem a free ticket on Frontier for fewer miles than almost any other airline.
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Old Sep 21, 11, 11:57 am   #5
 
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Save them and use them sometime They're worth more than trading them on Points.com.

They will expire in two years.
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Old Sep 22, 11, 11:12 pm   #6
 
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You might consider flying Frontier more frequently. Their fares are usually considerably cheaper than anyone else. If you buy Classsic Plus tickets you get 150% of the mileage flown, 125% for Classic tickets. A fare from Phoenix to Denver on Southwest is 299.00 plus tax for Business Select and 113.00 plus tax for Classic Plus on Frontier. On Frontier you get 5 extra inches of legroom, 2 free bags, free TV, no change fee, and the fare is refundable, plus you get the extra miles. And, you can redeem a free ticket on Frontier for fewer miles than almost any other airline.
I keep disregarding Frontier but they I somewhat like their approach. It is very consumer orientated I feel.
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