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The End of an Era: RIP Spirit’s Canned Wine

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About a year-and-a-half ago Keri and Jeanne asked me to do a low-cost out-and-back for the sole purpose of trying the new “Friends Fun Wine” that was being offered on Spirit.

On our most recent flight on Spirit Airlines I was perusing the snacks and drinks menu and noticed something… there was no offering of “Friends Fun Wine”, or as we called it wine-in-a-can, on our flight!

Spirit menu

You can see the only wine offering is Cabernet and Chardonnay.

current as of Sept 2014

The menu was current as of September 2014, I’m not sure if it was only for domestic flights or all of them; but it looks like I won’t get the opportunity to convince Jeanne to fly on Spirit at some point in time so she can “try” wine-in-a-can for herself.

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Tiff's first big vacation was a Caribbean cruise when she was six. She first started getting interested in deals when her husband showed her the tricks to getting bought off your flights back in the late 90s. She started flying nonrev when they got married; the first unusual nonrev she did was in '05 when her family flew through San Juan to get to Dallas from Philly. They have two boys, ages 11 and 7, who she usually drags along on their travels and hopes they will grow up to love traveling as much as she does.

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  2. RDP

    January 19, 2015 at 5:39 pm

    “Effective January 15, 1015” What an old menu!!

    • Jeanne Marie Hoffman

      January 20, 2015 at 7:04 pm

      I love it! About right for the age of their fleet.

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