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Ryanair have a very decent selection of flights from Manchester to Dublin in September and October starting @ £9.99 one way.

Great for hen and stag parties or people just wishing to visit.

There are plenty of Thursday to Sunday flights with multiple flights per day to choose from.

eg leaving Thursday 11th Sept leaving 07:45 - 08:50 £9.99

returning Monday 15th Sept leaving at 06:20 or 21:35 £9.99.

Many more dates available at time of posting.
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Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
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Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
or alternatively pay for a 1 way ticket and prepare not to return after Americas magicians make the plane and it's passengers disappear!
#3
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)


They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
#4
I've always booked return flights separately to Europe to take advantage of that £1\€1 issue on their site.
#5
tobiasrags
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
or alternatively pay for a 1 way ticket and prepare not to return after Americas magicians make the plane and it's passengers disappear!

What?

pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent

I don't know if it's a "system" as such, but they often price the return portion of a flight originating in the UK in pounds when you can buy it separately at the "same rate" but in Euros. I.e. in this case, a return is priced up as £9.99 each way. Book them separately and you pay £9.99 for the flight from Manchester and €9.99 (just under £8 ) for the flight from Dublin.

As to this deal, they do cheap flights to numerous airports for this price, especially to Dublin, pretty much all year round (they were available for July and August as well until most of the cheap tickets were snapped up) so it seems a bit pointless to post for this route specifically. Though I'm loathe to criticise someone who's just trying to help - sorry!

Edited By: callum9999 on Jul 27, 2014 22:06
#6
callum9999
tobiasrags
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
or alternatively pay for a 1 way ticket and prepare not to return after Americas magicians make the plane and it's passengers disappear!

What?

pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent

I don't know if it's a "system" as such, but they often price the return portion of a flight originating in the UK in pounds when you can buy it separately at the "same rate" but in Euros. I.e. in this case, a return is priced up as £9.99 each way. Book them separately and you pay £9.99 for the flight from Manchester and €9.99 (just under £8 ) for the flight from Dublin.

As to this deal, they do cheap flights to numerous airports for this price, especially to Dublin, pretty much all year round (they were available for July and August as well until most of the cheap tickets were snapped up) so it seems a bit pointless to post for this route specifically. Though I'm loathe to criticise someone who's just trying to help - sorry!

No, you are entitled to your own point of view. I just thought I'd post this to give someone the option of a mega-cheap trip within a decent time-frame to organise hotels and time off work etc.
Ryanair do do these £9.99 trips on a regular basis but not everyone is aware as I wasn't aware of other routes as I haven't searched for them, so, if just one person books and enjoys themselves then I don't agree the thread was 'pointless'
#7
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid.
#8
Gazzafs
callum9999
tobiasrags
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
or alternatively pay for a 1 way ticket and prepare not to return after Americas magicians make the plane and it's passengers disappear!

What?

pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent

I don't know if it's a "system" as such, but they often price the return portion of a flight originating in the UK in pounds when you can buy it separately at the "same rate" but in Euros. I.e. in this case, a return is priced up as £9.99 each way. Book them separately and you pay £9.99 for the flight from Manchester and €9.99 (just under £8 ) for the flight from Dublin.

As to this deal, they do cheap flights to numerous airports for this price, especially to Dublin, pretty much all year round (they were available for July and August as well until most of the cheap tickets were snapped up) so it seems a bit pointless to post for this route specifically. Though I'm loathe to criticise someone who's just trying to help - sorry!

No, you are entitled to your own point of view. I just thought I'd post this to give someone the option of a mega-cheap trip within a decent time-frame to organise hotels and time off work etc.
Ryanair do do these £9.99 trips on a regular basis but not everyone is aware as I wasn't aware of other routes as I haven't searched for them, so, if just one person books and enjoys themselves then I don't agree the thread was 'pointless'

I didn't say the thread was pointless, I said restricting it to this one route was "rather pointless". Of the top of my head, the same pricing applies to Birmingham, and you can get from pretty much any UK airport to Dublin for less than £20 (more than your post of course, but Dublin isn't cheap - if an extra £10 rules it out then you shouldn't really go at all!). Though if people still aren't aware that Ryanair have continual cheap sales, I don't think they'll ever realise it!
banned#9
tobiasrags
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
or alternatively pay for a 1 way ticket and prepare not to return after Americas magicians make the plane and it's passengers disappear!
Yes, its so obvious.. And i am amazed that some people still believes what TV and newspapers says... And you said it correctly - "make disappear"
MH370 - 21/03/2014
MH17 - 17/07/2014
AH5017 - 24/07/2014
That`s all American job and propaganda - and much more. Russians clearly said hundred times - they wasn't ever in Ukraine and news saying opposite every single day... They saying Putin said, Putin talk - but you will NEVER see him speaking, what a heck its all about?! I wish people could think for them-self.. Well, maybe in another life..


Edited By: artcheezzz on Jul 28, 2014 00:23
#10
rodman
pmackers
[quote=Cipango] Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid

You just checked what? As I've said if you book this return flight from Dublin to Manchester and it costs €19.98 and you pay with a UK debit card you would pay about £17 or £18. I fly from Dublin a number of times a year and should know
2 Likes #11
pmackers
rodman
pmackers
[quote=Cipango] Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid

You just checked what? As I've said if you book this return flight from Dublin to Manchester and it costs €19.98 and you pay with a UK debit card you would pay about £17 or £18. I fly from Dublin a number of times a year and should know


You will pay the sterling equivalent plus a 'non UK currency' fee, which is often no more than 2%.

The saving is obviously minimal but the statement is unquestionably 'valid'.
banned#12
aha~ nice deal~ Ryanair airport is hardly to find :P
#13
rodman
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid.


Ok say what you want, I was trying to help. I do it all the time and I can CONFIRM that it does indeed work.
#14
Cipango
rodman
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid.

Ok say what you want, I was trying to help. I do it all the time and I can CONFIRM that it does indeed work.

Spending euros on a uk debit card is usually unadvisable. Euros should always be spent on a credit card, depending on admin fees ryanair decide to charge at the time of flight it may or may not be beneficial to buy the return in uk pounds, or buy singles pounds on flight and in euros for the return,
Many other airlines convert the euro rate to pounds, when you book..


Ps. You might get a cheap flight but the last time I went I found eating out and drinking was expensive.. And I haven't been for at least 4-5 years ago. I saw a receipt on Facebook for 8.5 euros a pint I temple bar

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jul 28, 2014 06:34
#15
I've been put off from flying lately.!
#16
rodman
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system. Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid.
Get a EURO currency card and pay with that
#17
I've done this flight, very quick and simple, probably around 10-15mins in the cruise and then you commence your decent...... At a fair rate of knots may I add..... I did wonder if the pilot had a license. Won't be flying Ryanair again, being trapped in that cabin was like an audition for Jeremy Kyle. lol
#18
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
He meant if you buy return ticket from DUB-MAN you pay 19.98 in euros which is around 16 pounds if you buy from MAN-DUB you pay £19.98 which is a little bit more. Hope you get it.




pmackers
rodman
pmackers
[quote=Cipango] Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid

You just checked what? As I've said if you book this return flight from Dublin to Manchester and it costs €19.98 and you pay with a UK debit card you would pay about £17 or £18. I fly from Dublin a number of times a year and should know
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madeofbraille
pmackers
rodman
pmackers
[quote=Cipango] Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system.

Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)

They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid

You just checked what? As I've said if you book this return flight from Dublin to Manchester and it costs €19.98 and you pay with a UK debit card you would pay about £17 or £18. I fly from Dublin a number of times a year and should know

You will pay the sterling equivalent plus a 'non UK currency' fee, which is often no more than 2%.

The saving is obviously minimal but the statement is unquestionably 'valid'.
NO UK currency fee when you pay with Halifax Clarity Credit Card


karen46
rodman
pmackers
Cipango
Ryanair have a £1 for €1 system. Book the MAN-DUB flight in £ and then book the DUB-MAN flight separately and you will pay in EUR and save a little bit ;)
They don't have £1 for €1 system. I've booked flights from Dublin with them and you pay the sterling equivalent
I just checked and if you fly from Dublin you pay in euros but your UK card charges you in pounds so your statement is not valid.
Get a EURO currency card and pay with that
No need one, Halifax Clarity Credit Card is doing fine job

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