£10e/w Ryanair Flights incl Taxes/Charges in Nov-Dec-Jan 1 Million Seats available (INCREASED DESTINATIONS INCLUDED) BOOKING TILL MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (MON) - HotUKDeals
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As the title, some new destinations that aren't usually available in the offers. I got Murcia return for £20 all incl in Jan, usually never included in the offers. Also checked a few of Alicante, Valencia and have £10 flights available. Book before midnight Monday.

PLEASE people, don't whinge on the forum about your awful time on Ryanair before, or the usual "OMG! its £4 each way in credit card charges and £8 e/w for a bag". Everybody knows.

Heres what you do:

1. Find a bag that fits these dimensions - 55 x 40 x 20cm, and fill it up with 10 kilos of your chosen apparel! Thats just saved you £16!
2. NOw that you've chosen to just take hand luggage, yyou can check in online instead of at the airport. So you've saved enough time to turn up early and queue at the front. Almost as good as priority boarding. Saved you £4!
3. Find a Visa Electron to Pay with. If you dont have one, find some 16 year old in your family network, or somebody with bad credit. The banks give them to these catagories automatically in place of a debit card. After you do this, for the next time, apply to either Abbey, Halifax or the Co-Op Banks for a free Visa Electron Account. I have, and save a fortune this way. This has just saved you £8 per passenger.

So there you are. No need for all the Anti-Ryanair squad to start piping up about how its not really a £10 flight. Ive just shown you how.

And, if you can find cheaper, then let Ryanair know. Under they're Price Guarantee, they'll beat it.

PS, No, I am not Michael O'Leary himself, just a major fan. We all have him to thank for revolutionising the Airline industry, exposing the National Carriers for the overinflated prices they used to charge, and the fact we can all fly more often than we could have done 15 years ago.
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#1
Hot from me I love the ryanair deals- going to Belfast this week for £10 each return!!
#2
Just checked out some dates and there are lots of places. What annoys me though is it's £16 for an infant, it's a shame I can't book a place and put her in a car seat, then I wouldn't have to pay for it to go in the hold. Great prices and voted hot. Just no good when you've got the children
#3
wookiemummy
Just checked out some dates and there are lots of places. What annoys me though is it's £16 for an infant, it's a shame I can't book a place and put her in a car seat, then I wouldn't have to pay for it to go in the hold. Great prices and voted hot. Just no good when you've got the children


We've just booked to go to Portugal with our baby.
As we have a baby travelling with us we cannot do online check in and have to pay £8 each to check in at the airport BUT according to the small print we can claim this money back

I have sent Ryanair a fax and I'll see if I get the check in fee back (I won't hold my breath though!)
#4
Good tips lpithers.

Only thing is to make sure the carry on weighs 10kg TOTAL and not 10kg of contents in a 3kg carry on.

My carry on is bullet proof but is probably 10kg before I put anything in it! Lol!
#5
Nice until the cancel one leg of your trip due to 'operational reasons'. You'll see a lot of 'operational reasons' this winter due to low loads and poor yields.
I'm just not a Ryanair fan. They are aviation gone too far. Cold from me.
#6
mistral1
Nice until the cancel one leg of your trip due to 'operational reasons'. You'll see a lot of 'operational reasons' this winter due to low loads and poor yields.
I'm just not a Ryanair fan. They are aviation gone too far. Cold from me.


Prob tempting fate as I've got a lads night away in berlin on tuesday flying with ryanair, but I have probably done 30+ flights with them, all from stansted, and only had one prob which was a delay of 30 mins in Rome, mind you given that there was 6 of us and I'd paid 12p return inc tax etc etc, I couldnt really complain.

Voted hot by me.

all the best

the bear
#7
i know this may sound like a silly question but do you need a passport if you are flying from one part of the uk to another? like manchester to london or leeds to glasgow? what about northern ireland? never been on a plane you see so don't really have a clue:oops:
#8
I love Ryanair. Never had a bad flight with them and I've travelled with them 5 or 6 times this year. One thing to watch out for though is if you are taking hand luggage only they've started to make you put your handbag inside your case as it is strictly one piece of luggage only.
#9
badgerrules
i know this may sound like a silly question but do you need a passport if you are flying from one part of the uk to another? like manchester to london or leeds to glasgow? what about northern ireland? never been on a plane you see so don't really have a clue:oops:


Good question, I don't know either! Never flown inside the UK but was looking at going to Edinburgh so I would like to know too!
#10
Great deal - not long got back from Dublin with them on the 1p e/way deal. Great service, and find it's easier to take hust hand luggage. voted hot.
#11
badgerrules
i know this may sound like a silly question but do you need a passport if you are flying from one part of the uk to another? like manchester to london or leeds to glasgow? what about northern ireland? never been on a plane you see so don't really have a clue:oops:


Nope you wouldnt need a passport as when you arrive at your destination airport there would be no immigration control for domestic arrivals.

However you will need a govermentally issued photo id to board the plane in the 1st place.

all the best

the bear
#12
badgerrules
i know this may sound like a silly question but do you need a passport if you are flying from one part of the uk to another? like manchester to london or leeds to glasgow? what about northern ireland? never been on a plane you see so don't really have a clue:oops:


natalie189
Good question, I don't know either! Never flown inside the UK but was looking at going to Edinburgh so I would like to know too!


There was this , a bit back, with some thoughts on the subject
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/249699/do-i-need-a-passport-to-go-jersey/
#13
But that thread relates to Jersey which is not in the UK let alone the EU.

all the best

the bear
#14
phatbear
Nope you wouldnt need a passport as when you arrive at your destination airport there would be no immigration control for domestic arrivals.

However you will need a govermentally issued photo id to board the plane in the 1st place.

all the best

the bear


You'd best comply 100% with Ryanair's policy on Photo ID which is spelt out on their website in the section
http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/faqs.php?sect=pid&quest=photoid
#15
Exactly what ive already said:

For British and Irish citizens who are travelling on flights to/from the United Kingdom, to/from the Republic of Ireland (Common Travel Area), a valid driving licence with photo is acceptable photo ID. Passengers who are citizens of other countries travelling on these routes must present a valid passport (with visa if applicable) or a National Identity Card issued either by the government of a European Economic Area (EEA) country or Switzerland.
A valid driving licence with photo is acceptable photo ID for travel on domestic flights. (Please note that driving licences are not accepted when passengers are using online check-in).

all the best

the bear
#16
phatbear
But that thread relates to Jersey which is not in the UK let alone the EU.

all the best

the bear


Hence its title 'Do i need a passport to go jersey?' I would think.
I was aware of that but there were a few useful links in it. As I said 'Some thoughts on the subject'. People like to check.
#17
It's nice to know that I can save loads of money off Ryanair by taking out a new credit card. It would be even nicer if that weren't necessary. Voted cold.
#18
OMG! its £4 each way in credit card charges and £8 e/w for a bag!

and they charge you for checking in! Next you will have to pay to use the toilet and for a window seat


:whistling:
#19
Ryaniair are cool..... nice find.... heated and repped
#20
wait, so, if some of my mates hold Malaysian passports, with valid Student visas, will that not be accepted?
#21
natalie189
Good question, I don't know either! Never flown inside the UK but was looking at going to Edinburgh so I would like to know too!


I believe you need photo iD
#22
OP
We love Ryanair Deals. We have flown to Barcelona, Dublin Porto & Sardinia twice all for for under £100 and for a family of 5. That is less than paying for my 2 daughters to go to school for a month! No complaints from me (except I have 3 kids passports that have expired)
#23
£16 for infants is shocking, especially given that Ryanair are the least family friendly company ever.

Voted cold for me based on the over-charged fees, charges etc, and for the attitude from the OP.
#24
nice post OP.. Great that you let us know the dimensions.. checked my small suitcase and it can actually go on as hand luggage... wish i'd known that last time I flew! Why has this expired? I know it's early but it's still Monday yeah?
#25
My brother flew to Edinburgh with Ryanair and used my passport (we'd recently been away together and got them mixed up) and they didn't even notice! We look nothing like each other!
#26
mines coming up as 25 euros one way... im a little confused.


(pisa to liverpool) thats 19 euros tax then what ever the card charge is....
#27
sing2trees;3297405
£16 for infants is shocking, especially given that Ryanair are the least family friendly company ever.

Voted cold for me based on the over-charged fees, charges etc, and for the attitude from the OP.

What overcharged fees charges etc? Ive just explained how to avoid them!!! This website it about saving money. I tell you how to save money. You vote cold. Genuis.
And to be fair, I bet you still won't beat the prices with any other operator even allowing for the £16 infant charge. And is £16 really all that "shocking"? When comapred with the fact an Adult is £10 maybe, but the £10 is a promotional price. So overall, £16 for an infant to take a flight of anywhere up to a 4.5hrs, its not really that shocking.
P.S. I will send on your Anti-Ryanair Squad membership card.
#28
GDB2222;3297049
It's nice to know that I can save loads of money off Ryanair by taking out a new credit card. It would be even nicer if that weren't necessary. Voted cold.

A Visa Electron is not a credit card. Its a debit card attached to a bank account. Because they're a basic card, you usually can't even get an overdraft with them. So its the least 'credit type' card possible!
Thanks for the vote.
#29
Unexpired as still available
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GDB2222;3297049
It's nice to know that I can save loads of money off Ryanair by taking out a new credit card. It would be even nicer if that weren't necessary. Voted cold.


Apparently it is not necessary. The Post Office do a pre-pay Electron card - minimum top up £50 with a £3 top up fee. So for a return trip for 2 people you save £13 over using a non-Electron card. A downside is that you have to wait a day after you have bought one at the post office for it to be activated so too late to use for this offer... but handy for the future. Going to get myself one today as it will save the hassle of opening another bank account. Apparently available at any post office that does foreign currency - and you can top up over the phone.
#31
You can use a photo driving licence, but if you don't have a passport you can't use online check in so you will have to pay check in fees!
#32
Yet another good offer from Ryan Air...it really riles me when people moan about them. With a LITTLE effort you can find bargain priced flights. Since last Jan I have used Ryan Air twice to Barca for 20 quid return and to Marseille for 2p return which gave me a week long trip visiting the south of France. Next month I'm off to Rome for £10 return for a weekend. In what possible way can that not be HOT? I'm loving Ryan Air, I've been lucky to be able to go and visit various different countries in Europe at a fraction of the cost of what it might have been once upon a time when trips abroad where few and far between and usually only for the more well off. Travelling has now become one of my hobbies...I love it.
#33
don't know if anyones flown with ryan air before but you can expect to
spend half your holiday in the airport waiting for your flight,

i admit that at the prices they are good offers but the service
is possibly worse than punjab airways, or al quieda package holidays.
#34
ABS_HULL;3303204
don't know if anyones flown with ryan air before but you can expect to
spend half your holiday in the airport waiting for your flight,

i admit that at the prices they are good offers but the service
is possibly worse than punjab airways, or al quieda package holidays.


To answer your question....I don't think it likely that anyone has flow with Ryanair before.

Of course they bleedin' have.

I have taken up their offers twice this year. One flight was on time both ways, the other was delayed half an hour on one of the legs. What service do you require? You get on, get flown to your destination, and get off. I've had worse service on BA before now. Online check-in is great and means you can turn up at the last minute.

I am not sure what people expect for £20 return .... but for what I received I could have expected a lot less than what I actually got.
#35
I just booked a return flight from Stansted to Barcelona to see my girlfriend for £20. Without Ryanair there's no way that I could afford to see her. I know some people moan about them but the way things are going in the world we will all remember how good we had it and how we loved it (even the moaners!)
#36
ABS_HULL
don't know if anyones flown with ryan air before but you can expect to
spend half your holiday in the airport waiting for your flight,

i admit that at the prices they are good offers but the service
is possibly worse than punjab airways, or al quieda package holidays.

why would you be waiting in airport they are one of the most puntuale airlines think your posting must be a joke very poor one at that

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