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Apparently Ryanair offering flights from £6.00 worth a look

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Bit of a heads up really, got an email through saying Ryanair are offering flights from £6 went on to the site and can confirm they are! *Booking Period is 15th Feb - 17th Feb so be quick! *Tra… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Bit of a heads up really, got an email through saying Ryanair are offering flights from £6 went on to the site and can confirm they are!

*Booking Period is 15th Feb - 17th Feb so be quick!
*Travel Period 1st March - 30 April
*Applicable days Mon - Thurs

SO Quick Stats
From: 10 GB Airports. To: 30+ European destinations. Book By: Midnight Thurs 17 Feb.
Dates: Tues 1 Mar - Sat 30 April '11. Cost? £6 excluding some fees.

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#1
why cold??
#2
£6 excluding some fees?(_;) mmmmmmm
#3
andyfdo
£6 excluding some fees?(_;) mmmmmmm
mmmmmmm yes
1 Like #4
Here we go, Ryanair hate campaign! I don't find anything wrong with them? I found a return flight to Venice for £8, no online check-in fee, but £5 charge for paying by card, so £13. Ok not best dates on that example, but they are usually cheaper than other airlines, and you can get a lot in a cabin bag.

Well thats what I think!
1 Like #5
Plus. You can avoid fees if you get a prepaid mastercard. They are available from most corner shops, so if you haven't beaten the fees it's not the OPs fault.
#6
heat from me
#7
#8
Flights are FOR £6 its only FROM £6 if you cant be bothered to follow the simple booking conditions,or are just a Ryanair hater that doesn't have a passport or photo id....voted hot.
#9
Use them all the time and never had any issues so far. Very easy to avoid all the fees as long as you are organised.
1 Like #10
Not voting as it is cheap BUT I would rather walk than use Ryannair
banned#11
The reason I hate ryan air is all the hidden fees. I think the prices quoted should the price you pay... ie include taxes, include booking fees, include card payment etc.... It's the same accross all cheapo carriers but ryan air are the worst and until they change it I'll never fly with them. It's almost impossible to compare prices with other airlines as you have to spend ages going through the entire checkout to get the final price.... and why should someone with an electron card get charged less than me? I own my own business and take cards myself and it costs me 12p to process a Visa Debit card so how can they justify charging more, I bet with the amount of transactions going through it costs them more like 5p too !
banned#12
Mp2609
Plus. You can avoid fees if you get a prepaid mastercard. They are available from most corner shops, so if you haven't beaten the fees it's not the OPs fault.

The point is why should you have to jump rounds hoops because of their appauling business practices
#13
hmmmnice111


The point is why should you have to jump rounds hoops because of their appauling business practices


All low cost carriers do this, not just Ryanair, at least Ryanair do not add fuel surcharges to their prices, like some carriers.
#14
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.
1 Like #15
pot_belly
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.


Have you used Ryanair, ????
#16
If you go on the website all the fee's etc are explained. I dont understand why people are voting this cold? all low cost air lines are exactly the same easy jet etc
With all the VAT increases etc flights costing from £6 with the additional fee's say about £15ish in total is a really good deal if you ask me!
#17
I have heated this I have had some bargain flights with RyanAir. If you know how to play their game and are flexible with your dates (usually mid-week) then it is easy to grab a bargain.
#18
I use RyanAir at least once per week and seldom pay more than £10 to £12 for a return flight :)
My train/bus ticket to the airport is usually more than the flight ticket.



Edited By: pet2000 on Feb 16, 2011 13:49
#19
pot_belly
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.


Yes, the second largest airline in Europe with lots of liquid assets, they aren't going to go bankrupt while you are on holiday!
#20
I agree the end price is never the same as the starting price is it. Having said that even after loading the ticket price it still works out cheaper to fly to another country with them than it does for me to get a taxi home from town after midnight. Things have to be taken into perspective. HOT.
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Venezia
pot_belly
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.


Yes, the second largest airline in Europe with lots of liquid assets, they aren't going to go bankrupt while you are on holiday!


Not forgetting a modern fleet of aircraft, and an excellent time keeping record.

I suspect that most of the Ryanair haters on here have never flown with them.
1 Like #22
pot_belly
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.
...........Funny that,......The planes are 95% full,on time,and they dont lose your luggage................the fastest growing airline in europe..........i dont think the idiots are sitting on these planes.......but i know where to find them!
#23
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pot_belly
At last a Ryanair deal goes cold. Perhaps people are waking up to this dreadful outfit.
Have you used Ryanair, ????

Yes. Did your question have a point? It had an awful lot of question marks so I assume it did.

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