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£10 Off Next Ryanair Flight - Possible Free Flight!

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Sign up to MyRyanair and receive an instant £10 voucher to redeem on your next booking. Considering there are plenty of £10 or under flights available from the UK, this is a great deal! Sign up with a…
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Sign up to MyRyanair and receive an instant £10 voucher to redeem on your next booking. Considering there are plenty of £10 or under flights available from the UK, this is a great deal! Sign up with a different email for your partner, friends etc to make the most of the offer!

I've just done this and already the £10 Promo voucher appears on the payment screen when I'm booking a flight.

Info:
Sign up to myRyanair to enjoy faster booking, special offers and a travel experience thats tailored to you
Complete your profile by Sept 9th
Complete profile: Name, nationality, DOB, phone number, passport and payment details
Your voucher will be waiting for you on the payment page when you book your next trip
It’s valid for bookings made between Sept 7th-Sept 21st
And for travel between Oct 1st-Dec 18th and Jan 10th-31st
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23 Likes
umarh
you need to enter your passport and payment details? hmm

Erm, it's an airline. How else do you expect to book tickets without a passport number and bank card?!

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1 Like #2
Prize plum!
3 Likes #3
you need to enter your passport and payment details? hmm
1 Like #4
umarh
you need to enter your passport and payment details? hmm
+1
23 Likes #5
umarh
you need to enter your passport and payment details? hmm

Erm, it's an airline. How else do you expect to book tickets without a passport number and bank card?!
2 Likes #6
classygear
Prize plum!
On yer bike, Buster!

Edited By: Holeinone on Sep 07, 2016 23:23
3 Likes #7
custommade07
umarh
you need to enter your passport and payment details? hmm

Erm, it's an airline. How else do you expect to book tickets without a passport number and bank card?!


​i was referring to the sign up.
2 Likes #9
yomanation
Interesting?

Edited By: Holeinone on Sep 08, 2016 03:01
banned#10
very interesting !!
1 Like #11
Strretmaster
very interesting !!


Extremely interesting X)


Heat added btw - like this deal.
1 Like #12
It’s valid for bookings made between Sept 7th-Sept 21st
And for travel between Oct 1st-Dec 18th and Jan 10th-31st

Good deal, heat given, but those dates are no use to me
#13
Anything for a bit of free publicity.
3 Likes #14
yomanation


​Maybe he should wait until article 50 is triggered and things like air duty tax is discussed. He may find that having all his bases outside of the UK may end up costing him in additional air duty taxes. It's just a publicity stunt.
#15
Good deal for those who fly with these cowboys so voted hot.
#16
not working for me from stansted within the dates as usual con
1 Like #17
aljack
yomanation
​Maybe he should wait until article 50 is triggered and things like air duty tax is discussed. He may find that having all his bases outside of the UK may end up costing him in additional air duty taxes. It's just a publicity stunt.
Serious corporations don't care about low tax as much as stability.
#18
Shame they are baseing the company out of the UK.
#19
I like how they look after existing customers.
1 Like #20
sailo
I like how they look after existing customers.


​Just use a new email address.
1 Like #21
You have to book within a 2 week window, what's the betting every flight is £5 more each way during this time.

Added to the need to give this set of chancers my credit card details today to store for future security breaches, I think this is a case of the devil is in the detail.
1 Like #22
Not sure why people are worried about handing their personal details over for the offer given that it's Ryanair you have to give the details to. AFAI can see it's just a promo to stimulate business for Autumn.
#23
It's €10 not £10
#24
r401caw
It's €10 not £10


I signed up and it was £10.
2 Likes #25
aljack
Good deal for those who fly with these cowboys so voted hot.
Usual numpty comment whenever Ryanair comes up.
2 Likes #26
ukmonkey
Shame they are baseing the company out of the UK.
HQ is Dublin so hardly a UK based airline in the first place
#27
This is only available for new customers (new email addresses) which is a bit annoying if you like to keep all your flights on one account
#28
jimmymac87
r401caw
It's €10 not £10
I signed up and it was £10.
Strange - myRyanair sign up and save reward

How to get your €10 discount:
Fill out your name, DOB and telephone number and address
Add your nationality and travel documents
Add a payment method to speed through future bookings
Your €10 discount will be waiting for you to use for your next flight
#29
MrManwelo
This is only available for new customers (new email addresses) which is a bit annoying if you like to keep all your flights on one account


I have been signed up for several years and also received this email, I thought it was invite only deal, that's why I didn't post it.
#30
r401caw
It's €10 not £10

Brexit caused it.
#31
Worth trying signing up and putting a generic card number and passport. Is the £10 applied in the account, or you get the voucher code emailed?

Edited By: Rudess on Sep 08, 2016 17:09
1 Like #32
Rudess
Worth trying signing up and putting a generic card number and passport. Is the £10 applied in the account, or you get the voucher code emailed?

Tied to the account.
#33
I was looking at flights two days ago & now the ticket prices have gone up. Some by quite a bit.
1 Like #34
r401caw
It's €10 not £10
Pretty much the same thing, then.
1 Like #35
aljack
yomanation
​Maybe he should wait until article 50 is triggered and things like air duty tax is discussed. He may find that having all his bases outside of the UK may end up costing him in additional air duty taxes. It's just a publicity stunt.
Or maybe he's smart and very successful and knows a little more than you about the airline industry.
Still, feel free to get in touch with him and let him know your opinions
#36
Zontes
Holeinone
Please could someone, tell me about the BANNED that's highlighted on an earlier comment. I've seen it before but never understood it? Thanks.
I am very familiar with this having been banned very many times. It means the poster is now banned form the site. He/she must have said something deemed unacceptable by the 'powers to be' who run this forum. Probably some sad person complained about something he/she said. This forum is just full of hypocrites who like to be offended at the drop of a hat! Sad ****.
Back on topic. Thanks OP, just saved myself 10 quid on my next trip to Spain. A week in the sun for 60 quid return flight from Glasgow, canny whack it. Ryanair cabin crew used to be a bunch of ****, especially the Irish crews, the Spanish crews we have had recently are so much friendlier.
Thanks pal, I've never been able to see the reason. Wow, talk about reading between the lines, I think some people take this site too seriously for some reason. It's as if they get paid.
#37
Message from Ryanair

Don’t waste too much time though. This link is only valid for 30 days.
#38
hooooot
2 Likes #39
A free flight you say, very tempting, oh its ryanair..... nah you're alright mate.
#40
I wouldn't fly with this bunch even if they took off from my back garden. Led by a publicity grabbing ejit, they continually try to rob people at the gate by weighing hand luggage, by having enormous fees to change flight etc. They have wipe clean cabins ( reminiscent of late night buses) and play a stupid tune when they land. Easyjet are miles ahead, so are jet2.

Edited By: fergee on Sep 08, 2016 20:27: Spelling

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