Easyjet Flights from London Gatwick to Gdansk (Poland) for 2p return including tax! - HotUKDeals
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It seems Easyjet has accidentally priced some of its flights from London Gatwick to Gdansk (Poland) at £0.02 including taxes. These seem to be those departing/returning in November and early december.

If you remove the hold baggage and insurance charges, don't add any extras, and pay with a Visa Electron card, this totals to £0.02 per return flight.

Click on 'find the lowest fares' after searching for the dates you're interested in to find the 2p flights (in yellow on the calendar).
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#1
Cool! We can all go over there - - there must be planty of room now!:whistling:
#2
:giggle: tut tut. sounds like a good deal though...
#3
Oh to be young and kid-less again.
2p to go to another country - you might as well, there's nothing on telly.
#4
shame i dont live in london or i would have booked just for a laugh!

let me know if theres any flights going anywhere for 2p from the north east!
#5
hot hot hot!! if you want to go to poland
#6
Surely it'll be cold cold cold in november
#7
Seems to be a gdansk thing - Bristol to there is the same price.
#8
do they need any plumbers?
#9
yep! edinburgh is same price, im tempted, whats gdansk like? never heard of it!
#10
1p from Bristol (2p return)
#11
oh of course, its pronounced dansk, its pretty far north!
#12
gdansk is a fantastic place to visit, plus you can get trains in poland for cheap cheap too!
#13
i'm guessing food drink and accomodation are reasonable?
#14
If its like Warsaw then yes, its very reasonable.
#15
As long as you like bread and dripping :whistling:
#16
Oh, it's gotta happen! :)
Booking my 3 passengers for 6p now :)
#17
some of the comments on this thread... unfunny 'jokes'... shame.
banned#18
Watch out for the groups of kids begging for money, think Hostel I and II. Just show them the money... but they do treat you well once you've paid, opened my car door for me and closed it for me too.

http://www.lumor.co.uk/photos/europe/image034.htm
http://www.lumor.co.uk/photos/europe/image037.htm
#19
Let a Pole tell you something about Poland and Gdansk... :giggle:

Gdansk - located by the sea, is one of the largest cities in Poland.

The prices are very reasonable and probably the best value for money you can get - Good hotels, fantastic clubs with cheap drinks, delicious food, cheerfull and welcoming people.

For those who are considering visiting Poland for the first time - It's not colder that it is in the UK - its actually warmer throught the year!!! And it doesn't rain so often...

If you fancy visiting Warsaw or Cracow, I'd personally recommend travelling by plane - flight from Gdansk to Warsaw or Cracow usually doesn't cost more than 20 pounds!! [url]www.lot.com[/url]

While enjoying your time in Gdansk, you may as well decide to take a ferry to Sweden, Denmark or Finland. There are more than two cruises a day to all destinations.

However, I'm more than confident that you'll be pleasantly surprised. And it'll prove that most of the stereotypes are just... stereotypes...

So enjoy your stay guys!!! :thumbsup:
#20
gobofraggle
some of the comments on this thread... unfunny 'jokes'... shame.

does anyone know where you can get a sense of humour on the cheap?
banned#21
check out the place on Google Earth...

Latitude 54°21'27.05"N
Longitude 18°38'48.23"E

Looks fab haha
#22
Lets hope Ross Kemp on Gangs (Poland) hasn't highlighted anything we'll come across...
#23
is there any chance they'll charge me more later for these flights? Not too bothered if they get cancelled. Because it must be a misprice
#24
lumoruk
Watch out for the groups of kids begging for money, think Hostel I and II. Just show them the money... but they do treat you well once you've paid, opened my car door for me and closed it for me too.

http://www.lumor.co.uk/photos/europe/image034.htm
http://www.lumor.co.uk/photos/europe/image037.htm



Why do you have to be so rude and stereotypical?? Cause what you're saying is nothing but LIE!!! I wonder how long did it take you to find such representative pictures... I could show you "beautiful and rich-looking" Britain as well - but why should I?? And although i lived in Poland for many years - I have never seen a single begger on the streets. I can't understand why your imaginative judgements are so unfair and what goal are you trying to achieve? I mean - do you feel any better??
#25
My mum has always wanted to go there, so just bought 2 tickets for her and my dad. Nice!!!!
#26
kingnothing83
is there any chance they'll charge me more later for these flights? Not too bothered if they get cancelled. Because it must be a misprice


It's not a misprice - if you set your default language to Polish - this promotion appears on the homepage. So no worries - they won't overcharge you by a single penny. :thumbsup:
#27
Shame they don't do the flights from Liverpool,I'd be there like a shot!

Somewhere different for 2p cannot be sniffed at!!!
#28
jasonrat
does anyone know where you can get a sense of humour on the cheap?


wow, the most obviously stereotypical response. incredible. you aren't embarrassed to sound like you can't think.

by the way, you should just laugh at me calling you a cretin and suggesting that you 'go home' - anyone with a sense of humour would.
#29
i take it your a plumber then?
#30
kingnothing83
shame i dont live in london or i would have booked just for a laugh!

let me know if theres any flights going anywhere for 2p from the north east!


See it on skyscanner
http://www.skyscanner.net/gbp/flights/uk/gdn/cheapest-flights-to-gdansk-from-united-kingdom.html
#31
iron
Let a Pole tell you something about Poland and Gdansk... :giggle:

Gdansk - located by the sea, is one of the largest cities in Poland.

The prices are very reasonable and probably the best value for money you can get - Good hotels, fantastic clubs with cheap drinks, delicious food, cheerfull and welcoming people.

For those who are considering visiting Poland for the first time - It's not colder that it is in the UK - its actually warmer throught the year!!! And it doesn't rain so often...

If you fancy visiting Warsaw or Cracow, I'd personally recommend travelling by plane - flight from Gdansk to Warsaw or Cracow usually doesn't cost more than 20 pounds!! [url]www.lot.com[/url]

While enjoying your time in Gdansk, you may as well decide to take a ferry to Sweden, Denmark or Finland. There are more than two cruises a day to all destinations.

However, I'm more than confident that you'll be pleasantly surprised. And it'll prove that most of the stereotypes are just... stereotypes...

So enjoy your stay guys!!! :thumbsup:


Doesn't really seem like the best review for Gdansk, seeing as most of it is telling you how to get elsewhere.

Been there a few times, mainly passing through, as my wife is Polish and lives a couple of hours from Gdansk, but it is a nice place. If you are a tourist the centre of the city is good, also head for Sopot which is the most "touristy" area as its the beach resort for the city and is fairly bohemian.

Small word of warning, don't hire a car...the roads are terrible and the drivers suicidal.:giggle:
#32
Huh, cheapest price for Warsaw is £73+£213? that is on the lowest price tab!

Edit: Well I got it down to £18 and £22 but that is still a long way off 2p!
#33
maybe im daft but can someone explain the hold bag thing ? is there any baggage allowance on these flights included as i was kinda wondering how ya sposed to go for a trip with nowt !
#34
hold goes down below like suitcases
#35
Should make these tickets one way.
#36
ok so can i take any baggage at all or does it all get added as extas, sorry to be blonde but i havent used these cheap flight things before
#37
i am surprised this isnt hotter , will let some of the poles in our factory know
#38
furrynorman
Doesn't really seem like the best review for Gdansk, seeing as most of it is telling you how to get elsewhere.

Been there a few times, mainly passing through, as my wife is Polish and lives a couple of hours from Gdansk, but it is a nice place. If you are a tourist the centre of the city is good, also head for Sopot which is the most "touristy" area as its the beach resort for the city and is fairly bohemian.

Small word of warning, don't hire a car...the roads are terrible and the drivers suicidal.:giggle:


:thumbsup: I couldn't write a detailed description of what to do, where to go etc, because I've only been there a couple of times myself :) All I wanted to say is that if you're considering whether to go or not - don't hesitate - give it a try :thumbsup: I used to live two hours away from Gdansk myself :)
#39
katya1971
ok so can i take any baggage at all or does it all get added as extas, sorry to be blonde but i havent used these cheap flight things before

i'd take a holdall or an overnight bag
i have never flown with easyjet so have no idea what size you can take
just take spare clothes etc etc towels should be in the hotel
#40
andysmoore
Should make these tickets one way.


If you don't want to come back, you may as well book a oneway ticket :giggle:

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