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Our newly redesigned app has been enhanced to provide a more dynamic relevant experience where you can stay informed and use more self-serve capabilities. Its only the beginning, more to come!

Ready for More Go? With the Spirit Airlines app, easily manage all your trips in one place. Book your next getaway, check-in for your flight, get your boarding pass, and receive flight status updates when you actually need them. Travel faster and lighter than ever before with your new travel app companion.

My Trips
- Get the information you need right at your fingertips with all your upcoming trips in one place. Quickly see your flight status, gate/terminal, seat assignment, and much more!
- Get notified when it’s time to check-in so you’re ready to go the next day
- Access your boarding pass and move hassle-free through the airport
- Need to make a change? Quickly update your seats, add bags or options to your trip

Book Flights
- Find and quickly book your next getaway with ease

Flight Status
- Stay up-to-date with the latest flight notifications informing you of any impacting changes
- Easily check flight statuses so you know when your family and friends are arriving

My Account
- Sign up for Free Spirit® to start earning points immediately and use for award travel
- View your member number, tier status and track your point balance
- See points required to achieve next tier status
- Personalize your profile with your own avatar

What’s New

Version 2.4.1

Bug fixes and maintenance.

Love the app? Rate us! Your feedback keeps our app flying smoothly.
Any questions? Email us at mobilehelp@spirit.com or visit customersupport.spirit.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
392K Ratings

392K Ratings

nilmarie6 ,

Not bad at all

I travel every year and gave spirit a try a year ago. Now I only travel on spirit. This is why:
1. Cant beat the prices a lot of times.
2. I’m not sure why or how but I swear u don’t feel the turbulence as much on these planes. I used to travel on United and their planes felt like tin cans and shaking so much. I was a nervous wreck. Have traveled four times in one year in spirit and wow what a difference. I swear the plane does not shake at all even while goi g through turbulence.
3. As long as ur mindful of the extra expenses and how to avoid them ur good. Like check in online, pay for ur luggage when buying the ticket so it’s cheaper. Only bring a carry on or one suitcase but not both bc it’ll cost u like $55 each more or less.
Seats are not too comfortable. If u want to sleep u must bring a neck donut bc the seats head area don’t have those little wings to rest ur head.
And bring ur own food like a sandwich bc u have to buy the food and it’s just snacks really.
A water bottle is like $3
But that’s hard fly aféala breaker when ur paying a deal of $40 from Nj to Texas plus $45 for a carry on. Also if u can put all u need in a small backpack the size of a purse u don’t pay anything st all for luggage.
That’s it! Oh and they’re always on time!

Developer Response ,

We appreciate you! - Your Spirit Mobile Help Team

Julia Stockburger ,

A Few Things To Improve Accessibility for People Who Are Blind/Visually Impaired

I am totally blind, and just downloaded Spirit a few minutes ago. I found upon signing up for an account, almost all parts of the process are somewhat inaccessible. The “Sign in” and “Create an account” buttons, as well as everything else in the app, are labeled just fine, but here’s what could be fixed:
The text fields after the statement “Please enter your name as it appears on your government ID” should be labeled “First name,” “Last name,” and “Email.” The field to enter your password (which my iPhone’s screen reader, VoiceOver, reads as “Secure text field”) should be labeled “Password.” The button to show/hide password should also be labeled, as well as the button to go back at the top of the sign-up menu. The areas to enter your birthday and country, although my screen reader handled the pop-ups beautifully, should be labeled accordingly. Finally, after you are in the main app after creating an account, the button at the top of the home screen that takes you to a menu where you can view/edit your profile should be labeled “My account” or something similar.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, and hope these issues can be resolved soon.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, thanks for the feedback. Our app developers are constantly improving our app to fit all your needs! We’ll be sure to pass down this information. -- Your Spirit Mobile Help Team

Luckystrike1o1 ,

Not good would rate lower!

Honestly had the worst round trip with Spirit! Would never recommend anyone ever fly with them! I’d rather pay a little extra next time then go through all the canceled and delayed flights! First of all if you cancel someone’s flight that had been booked months in advance and purchased seats they should got an email for another available flight for the same day! After 50 minutes on hold I finally got a hold of someone who needed to book me into another flight as the app was not working! They managed to change my flight from FLL (where i was) to PHL(where is was trying to get) it ended up being a flight from PHL to FLL , I got told I was lucky since there was only 1 seat available , but it was still wrong! Then the managed to change my return date (it was never mentioned to the person on the phone to change it) to 2 days later! After getting off the phone and looking at my app to see if the flights had been updated it was all wrong , and had to call again! This time holding for over an hour! Finally got someone else on the line who said that the flight we had tried to book since 8 in the morning after finding out the flight had been canceled had no seats available , but I could see on the website that there were 3 seats open at the time of the call! Honestly I’d give them less than a 1 star rating but it’s not possible!

Developer Response ,

We certainly want to address this for you. Please reach out to spirit.com/help for further assistance. -- Your Spirit Mobile Help Team

App Privacy

The developer, Spirit Airlines, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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