Frontier latest airline to charge for frequent-flier tickets
Now you know why the wolf is howling...
The Associated Press is reporting that Denver-based Frontier Airlines will begin charging a fee when customers book tickets using frequent-flier miles. Starting September 15, your repeated business will cost you $25 a ticket -- unless it's last-minute repeated business, in which case it'll cost you $75.
Your loyalty, it seems, just isn't paying the bills. -- Joe Tone
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