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£2.50 Flights from Ryanair to Many European Destinations

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Same as old deal, just 50% off. I just booked me and the Mrs. return flights to Germany for a tenner for the two of us. See list below Read More
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Same as old deal, just 50% off. I just booked me and the Mrs. return flights to Germany for a tenner for the two of us.

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#1
These are from London

Cuneo (Alps)

2.50 Basel

2.50 Bremen

2.50 Cork

2.50 Derry

2.50 Dublin

2.50 Düsseldorf-Weeze

2.50 Eindhoven

2.50 Frankfurt-Hahn

2.50 Friedrichshafen

2.50 Gdañsk

2.50 Genoa

2.50 Hamburg-Lübeck

2.50 Katowice

2.50 Kerry

2.50 Knock

2.50 Krakow

2.50 La Rochelle

2.50 Oslo (Torp)

2.50 Palma Mallorca

2.50 Parma

2.50 Perugia

2.50 Porto

2.50 Poznañ

2.50 Santander

2.50 Shannon

2.50 Stockholm

2.50 Szczecin

2.50 Tours

2.50 Zweibrücken

from from from
2.50 Beziers-Agde

2.50 Biarritz

2.50 Brest Brittany

2.50 Derry

2.50 Dublin

2.50 Kerry

2.50 Knock
2.50 Milan (Bergamo)

2.50 Rzeszów

2.50 Shannon

2.50 Szczecin

2.50 Trapani-Sicily

Or go to Turin for FREE
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#2
Where abouts in Germany you going? Bremen? I went there yesterday with the missus, lovely city, not far from the Airport and it was snowing most of the day, great price also, cost us 2p each, there and back, lol :p

Mike..
#3
Well you must be cheap.

At least my other half knows I spend real money on her :p

Going to freiburg. To top it all off I'm getting out my wallet...And we're staying with my great-aunt :)

£10 for a holiday? not bad!
#4
hot deal ,but will be £1 each next week and probably free ( 1p ) the week after
#5
What happens if you only want to goto 1 ?
#6
dont forget taxes taking it above normal price
#7
stuntman9883
dont forget taxes taking it above normal price


includes taxes!!
banned#8
stuntman9883
dont forget taxes taking it above normal price


And what's the normal price?
#9
Dont forget the prices when you get there! £1 to 1 euro. In ireland that means an average of £4.5 to £6 per pint. Hotel prices will not be much good either.

Damn £! :(
#10
Anyone knows where I can get the cheapest fare to Geneva or Zurich from London
#11
Hot. So tempting!
#12
Just tried buying got to the late stage for payment and when I selected the my card for payment, it added £20 on the fare for no reason
#13
kaisir888;4010403
Just tried buying got to the late stage for payment and when I selected the my card for payment, it added £20 on the fare for no reason


Unless paying by Visa Electron, ryanair charge £4 per person per leg card fees.
#14
Not happy, for 2 people to Eindhoven went from £2.50 to £58 for flights there and then £102 for flights back
#15
Is this airline where u get lovey hot meal and watch a movie on screen lol ?????
#16
stokie28;4010585
Is this airline where u get lovey hot meal and watch a movie on screen lol ?????

No.
#17
20 quid charge for using credit card?!!!!
#18
Would never go on this airline again shocking:w00t:
#19
It seems that they have raised the CC Fee up to £5 per person per leg.

In which case yes, 2 people for a return trip would warrant £20 in fees.
#20
Finally a good deal from Ryanair. I managed to book a return flight for 4 to Alghero (Sardinia) for a total of £140. Great price (even thou £40 were for credit card fees).

I want a Visa Electron, so I can avoid paying £40 each time I buy tickets for the family. Any advice on where to get one?
#21
650 quid liverpool to malage in feb usual half term rip off for 2+2 family the fees these jokers charge are unreal ,so many terms conds i would rather pay more and at least know that the main aim is not to try to trip you up and charge you even more fees once at check in ,to many nightmare stories about these cowboys and as price is NOT cheap i will leave alone
#22
lurens
Finally a good deal from Ryanair. I managed to book a return flight for 4 to Alghero (Sardinia) for a total of £140. Great price (even thou £40 were for credit card fees).

I want a Visa Electron, so I can avoid paying £40 each time I buy tickets for the family. Any advice on where to get one?


Mine arrived last week. Just go into a Halifax branch and ask for an account that has Visa Electron. They'll give you a form to fill out and send off with copies of your ID.

A week later you'll receive a pin followed by a card to activate.

I now have £20 on my electron card waiting for this moment :D
#23
Whilst there are one or two excellent deals to be had Mr Ryanair remains very naughty with all his unavoidable hidden costs such as booking charges, taxes and other add ons. Voted cold because he is still misleading people.
#24
Hot, but nothing that really interests me from Liverpool. Only really Turin (which happens to be free), but I expect the city itself to be expensive.
#25
lurens
I want a Visa Electron, so I can avoid paying £40 each time I buy tickets for the family. Any advice on where to get one?


Got mine from the Post Office. Take in either Driving Licence or passport, put a minimum of £50 on and the P.O. will give you a pack, which includes the card. Wait 24 hours and then you activate it on the phone via an automated menu, then voila! ... You can use it! :thumbsup:
#26
My electron is from Abbey, always had it.
#27
criky18
unavoidable hidden costs


I've never paid more than a fiver for a Ryanair flight. How come I can avoid their unavoidable hidden charges and you can't?
#28
reduce card fees without getting an electron with this here

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/313746/ryanair-gift-vouchers-beat-ryanair-
#29
I have just booked to go to rome in april from liverpool and charges were as follows

Flights £4.99 each way so £20 return for two people

taxes in total £108

one checked in bag and two people checking in at airport £40
the con here is as im booking two people and i have ticked to check in at the airport beacuse of bag they will not allow me to use the check in online option for my wife so it costs a tenner to check wife in at airport.

paying with visa debit card £20

total £188 from advertised flights of £4.99

personal opinion is that they are robbing *******s but tis the only flight from liverpool and still works out one of the cheapest
2 Likes #30
Look....everyone please understand before one of us dies.

1. The £2.50 flights ARE £2.50 each way per person BUT

You can only end up paying £5 each IF

1. You take only hand luggage, do not check in a case, and do on-line check-in
2. You do not take priority boarding
3 You already have your own insurance
AND finally you obtain a Visa Electron card from the Post Office to pay for the flights, or as some have from the Halifax Bank...in order to avoid paying the £10 each card fee.

So if you are prepared to live out of hand luggage for the duration of your stay and you avoid the other charges as detailled above you CAN get away some where for a FIVER each.

So yes there are extra potential charges but they CAN be avoided if you are prepared to play the game. End result....CHEAP FLIGHT !
#31
mumbojumbo
If you have problems printing out the boarding passes then they will charge you £8 per person per leg to issue the passes. :roll:


Four of us flew to Prague from E. Mids in November. The boarding passes we printed would not scan so we had to go to the Ryan Air desk. Handed over our passes and they gave us replacements that were already made up. Seems that quite a few self printed ones dont scan, so they have back-ups just in case. Anyway we weren't charged any extra. On the return trip it wasnt an issue as they don't scan the boarding passes.

Ryan Air gets a thumbs up from me :thumbsup:
banned#32
The good thing too is that as they work on single fares you can mix and match airlines.
I got a flight to Belfast for £5.00 (their last offer) but coming back was £0.00 + £28.57 taxes and charges. However easyJet had a £9.99 offer on the way back. (It was a Sunday so Ryanair generally don't do their cheap prices on a Sunday)
So remember to always check the competition - you never know!
#33
i think ryan air are great to travel with. 5 of us went to dublin last week for a day left early moring and came back last flight in the evening all for 10p. as already said no baggage, online check in and no insurance. the flights are nearly always on time and they are nowhere near as strict as easyjet are on closing times at the gates as long as you are checked in. both times we arrived at the gate with 15 mins to flight departure even though it says gate closes half hour before departure. once again great airline to fly with.
#34
Interesting that for 2 adults and 2 children going from Bournemouth to Bristol it is £120 return but for 4 adults it is only £40 return. Bit sneaky that. anyone know what happens if you book a child on as an adult?
#35
Whoops my mistake - didn't choose the no taxes fare. Only £40 now. Bargain!!!
#36
Not liking this offer.......

Bristol to Dublin .... a couple of quid AND THEN IT INCLUDES THE TAXES!!!!

- over £100!!!! - I think not. :w00t:
#37
STUkrugen
Look....everyone please understand before one of us dies.

1. The £2.50 flights ARE £2.50 each way per person BUT

You can only end up paying £5 each IF

1. You take only hand luggage, do not check in a case, and do on-line check-in
2. You do not take priority boarding
3 You already have your own insurance
AND finally you obtain a Visa Electron card from the Post Office to pay for the flights, or as some have from the Halifax Bank...in order to avoid paying the £10 each card fee.

So if you are prepared to live out of hand luggage for the duration of your stay and you avoid the other charges as detailled above you CAN get away some where for a FIVER each.

So yes there are extra potential charges but they CAN be avoided if you are prepared to play the game. End result....CHEAP FLIGHT !



Spot on, rep given, this should be the standard quote when anyone posts a ryanair deal, as soo many people just dont get it :whistling: they should just F off and get a bus!

Its all about playing the god dam game, me im holding out for some free ( 1pence ) flights :thumbsup:
banned#38
han_bot
Not liking this offer.......

Bristol to Dublin .... a couple of quid AND THEN IT INCLUDES THE TAXES!!!!

- over £100!!!! - I think not. :w00t:


This means that the offer is sold out or not available on the flights you picked. Next to the fare it would have said "Regular".

For the tax included fares it will always say "NO TAXES" or "SPECIAL OFFER" next to the fare... here are two examples which I have posted before, one date has the offer, the other doesn't. To pre-empt any confusion, this was for their £1.00 flights offer which is no longer on sale.

The special offer is not available - I had picked a Friday, "Regular Fare" is shown as the taxes are extra
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3057/3029900486_1aa5f7e2ea.jpg

The offer was available - indicated by "SPECIAL OFFER". On the £2.50 I believe it says NO TAXES
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3274/3029900116_e10c2ce01b.jpg

Note that on both the base fare is the same - £0.00 - but it's the text that is important here.
banned#39
fil
Spot on, rep given, this should be the standard quote when anyone posts a ryanair deal, as soo many people just dont get it :whistling: they should just F off and get a bus!

Its all about playing the god dam game, me im holding out for some free ( 1pence ) flights :thumbsup:


I agree to a certain extent, but there's nothing wrong with people posting if they end up disappointed, and lets face it, Ryanair have made cheap flights possible to hundreds of destinations, but in a way that has managed to make a lot of people feel ripped off. How do they manage that? ;)
#40
fil;4019962
Spot on, rep given, this should be the standard quote when anyone posts a ryanair deal, as soo many people just dont get it :whistling: they should just F off and get a bus!


All in here:-
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z106/emasu/FWR.png

[COLOR=Red][SIZE=5]*TIP*:- [/SIZE][/COLOR]to achieve the cheapest flight, you need to make sure:-

You select 0 bags & online check in
You pay via Visa Electron
You do have valid Photo ID for your flight (standard stuff)
You do not want to be one of the first people to board the plane (ie you do NOT want priority boarding)
And you do not want travel insurance. It initially displays “United Kingdom”. Click on it, and scroll upwards to find “No travel insurance required”.

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