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Easyjet sale - 20% off many fares £21.49

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Must travel between 21st September - 14 december The sale ends Tues 6th September. Read More
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Must travel between 21st September - 14 december

The sale ends Tues 6th September.
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#1
Is there some way to get your money back if your fare has now dropped in price?
#2
matth5182
Is there some way to get your money back if your fare has now dropped in price?
Yes! They have a price promise but does not apply to sale prices.
1 Like #3
Free wouldn't even make me considering flying with them again. Very poor and unreliable service with them over the past year.
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DealJourno
Free wouldn't even make me considering flying with them again. Very poor and unreliable service with them over the past year.[/quot
[quote=DealJourno]Free wouldn't even make me considering flying with them again. Very poor and unreliable service with them over the past year.
Each to their own I used them for Tenerife last year and turkey for my current hols and not had any issues with them what so ever.
#5
Just saying you'll want to add the £14 admin fee to the final price. They don't add it until they send you the grand total in your booking confirmation.
#6
shaneparkes94
Just saying you'll want to add the £14 admin fee to the final price. They don't add it until they send you the grand total in your booking confirmation.


If you book a 1 person single its £14 added to that flight. If say 4 people book returns the £14 admin gets split over the 8 flight legs. The fee is per booking. Remember if you book more than 1 flight you can add flights to the same booking so you only pay the fee once. The fee itself is ridiculous and even Ryanair don't have it.
#7
Flew for the first time with two 4 month old twins, would have been nice if their staff had offered any help, or even a smile. Their speedy boarding was useless as was just stuck on a hot stairwell waiting with everyone else to board the plane. Will never fly with them with babies again
1 Like #8
price went up on flights I was looking at. how does that work
#9
Personally, i enjoy flying with easyjet. Typically about 10 times a year for both pleasure and business out of Edinburgh. Ryanair and Jet2 on the other hand have been absolutely horrendous just about everytime I've flown with them. Horses for courses I suppose.
#10
matth5182
Is there some way to get your money back if your fare has now dropped in price?


Would you be also looking for a way to pay the extra if it went up in price?
#11
Any good destinations in October holidays?
3 Likes #12
brum
price went up on flights I was looking at. how does that work
clear your cookies and revisit. they sometimes up the price on a second search/visit so you will buy there and then rather than risk it going up even more and because they know you quite want a particular flight
1 Like #13
Looking to go away to get some sun in Nov,thanks op
1 Like #14
ndksamb
DealJourno
Free wouldn't even make me considering flying with them again. Very poor and unreliable service with them over the past year.[/quot
[quote=DealJourno]Free wouldn't even make me considering flying with them again. Very poor and unreliable service with them over the past year.
Each to their own I used them for Tenerife last year and turkey for my current hols and not had any issues with them what so ever.


Same, have been flying with them baxk and forth for years now. Apart from the occasional damage to suitcase, all's been fine. However damage to suitcases depends on airport staff and not airline.
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yas212
Flew for the first time with two 4 month old twins, would have been nice if their staff had offered any help, or even a smile. Their speedy boarding was useless as was just stuck on a hot stairwell waiting with everyone else to board the plane. Will never fly with them with babies again
Everyone on earth has once been a baby, a lot of people have them, they aren't some miracle that entitles you to special treatment. They're your problem and responsibility, you can't be annoyed at easyjet because you expect help with your children, its your job to manage them not theirs.

Edited By: jordanjayd on Sep 05, 2016 02:04
1 Like #16
jordanjayd
yas212
Flew for the first time with two 4 month old twins, would have been nice if their staff had offered any help, or even a smile. Their speedy boarding was useless as was just stuck on a hot stairwell waiting with everyone else to board the plane. Will never fly with them with babies again
Everyone on earth has once been a baby, a lot of people have them, they aren't some miracle that entitles you to special treatment. They're your problem and responsibility, you can't be annoyed at easyjet because you expect help with your children, its your job to manage them not theirs.
They're not a problem, thanks.
Did I ask for special treatment? No. It's common decency to offer to help someone who clearly needs more attention than a passenger flying without babies, the stewardesses on Iberia understood it, unfortunately the ones on this particular easyjet flight didn't. I'm not sure if they could have been more unfriendly even if they tried.
#17
yas212
jordanjayd
yas212
Flew for the first time with two 4 month old twins, would have been nice if their staff had offered any help, or even a smile. Their speedy boarding was useless as was just stuck on a hot stairwell waiting with everyone else to board the plane. Will never fly with them with babies again
Everyone on earth has once been a baby, a lot of people have them, they aren't some miracle that entitles you to special treatment. They're your problem and responsibility, you can't be annoyed at easyjet because you expect help with your children, its your job to manage them not theirs.
They're not a problem, thanks.
Did I ask for special treatment? No. It's common decency to offer to help someone who clearly needs more attention than a passenger flying without babies, the stewardesses on Iberia understood it, unfortunately the ones on this particular easyjet flight didn't. I'm not sure if they could have been more unfriendly even if they tried.
I flew with them this year I'll admit they're unfriendly assholes, but I still don't think you should expect special treatment.
1 Like #18
Thank you so much, iceland booked for October
1 Like #19
Bermuda booked for 2nd December on their new A330. Thank you.
#20
jordanjayd
yas212
jordanjayd
yas212
Flew for the first time with two 4 month old twins, would have been nice if their staff had offered any help, or even a smile. Their speedy boarding was useless as was just stuck on a hot stairwell waiting with everyone else to board the plane. Will never fly with them with babies again
Everyone on earth has once been a baby, a lot of people have them, they aren't some miracle that entitles you to special treatment. They're your problem and responsibility, you can't be annoyed at easyjet because you expect help with your children, its your job to manage them not theirs.
They're not a problem, thanks.
Did I ask for special treatment? No. It's common decency to offer to help someone who clearly needs more attention than a passenger flying without babies, the stewardesses on Iberia understood it, unfortunately the ones on this particular easyjet flight didn't. I'm not sure if they could have been more unfriendly even if they tried.
I flew with them this year I'll admit they're unfriendly assholes, but I still don't think you should expect special treatment.
At least we're on the same page with that one. I think I never noticed before because other passengers were offering to help and they just had grumpy faces
#21
vb90
Thank you so much, iceland booked for October
Me too for Iceland!

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