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easyJet Plus! card £75 launch price

Standard membership at full price
Save £50!
Sign up by 30 April 2008 and receive full membership for just £75 (will be £100). Plus, for the first 10,000 to join we will waive the joining administration fee (normally £25). .

Adult card for colleagues and friends £70 launch price

Reduced rate membership. This card must be ordered along with the main card. The delivery address can differ from the main card.

Special launch offer:
Buy two additional adult cards and get an extra 10% off your own membership.

Spouse/Partner card £50 launch price

Reduced rate membership. The spouse/partner card can be ordered along with the main card or separately via the secure member area of the site. The spouse/partner must live at the same postal address as the main cardholder.

Special launch offer:
Get an extra £15 off when you buy your partner a card at the same time.

Child card £25 launch price

Reduced rate membership. The Child card can be ordered along with the main card or separately via the secure member area of the site. The child must live at the same postal address as the main cardholder

Special family offer:
Get two childrens cards for just £10 each when you sign you and your partner up!
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#1
I just signed up my in-laws and it cost £110 for both of them. They go to Spain approx once a month so will save them a lot of money.
#2
what is it exactly?
#3
Just a bit on the 'speedy boarding pass' the last time I travelled there were more people in the speedy B queue than in the ordinary bookings queue !, so if you're at the back of the speedy B queue you're no better off & have paid extra for nothing !! ....
#4
If you have Speedy boarding you are allowed to board the plane before any one else. Gives to a good chance of getting a decent seat, especially if you have children and all want to try and sit together. I think it normally costs around £6-£7 per person each way if you want to add it when you book a flight.
#5
A complete list of FAQ's can be found here:

http://easyjetplus.com/en/faq.php
#6
Only really any good if you travel alone or travel with someone else who has a card. There are occasions (especially at Liverpool) where the normal queue is quite long. You then get to board first and choose your seat. You can pay for this option each flight but if you travel a lot it will stack up so this card is handy.
#7
So, you pay to join another queue....possibly a slightly shorter one hehe
#8
If this deal doesn't apply to you why vote cold? If you regularly use speedy boarding this would save you a lot of money.
#9
Another low-cost airline rip-off idea.

They have the technology available to book people's seats online but choose not to implement it so that they can generate more money. The poor punters still need to queue for a seat and then rush to the plane to try and get a decent seat.

Next they will be charging us depending on our own weight and height!!!
#10
Bear in mind that having this card is no guarantee of getting to the plane before other people. Plenty of modern airports now use shuttle buses to take people from the terminals to the plane stances; Bristol Airport, for example.

If you're the first into one of these buses, it's usually the case that you're the last to get off it. As such, those who are at the very end of the boarding queue end up getting the best seats on the plane!

I tend to agree that this is just yet another way for SleazyJet to bump up their prices under the auspices of a 'no frills' service which actually ends up approaching the same kind of price band as ostensibly more expensive airlines.
#11
Voted Cold - another money making scam.
#12
I have just seen someone has posted a deal for B&Q "B&Q Going Going Gone Event - Friday 2nd May", I never shop in B&Q so I am going to vote this cold, oh wait I have just seen another so called "deal" for "2 Galaxy Bars for 85p, instore at Tesco 150g", I don't eat Galaxy chocolate so that gets a cold vote from me. I don't believe it I have just seen loads more of deals that are not relevant to me, right lets start voting cold, I could be here a long time..............;-)
#13
This hasn't expired, the "deal" is valud until midnight on 30th April.
[admin]#14
jonmat
I have just seen someone has posted a deal for B&Q "B&Q Going Going Gone Event - Friday 2nd May", I never shop in B&Q so I am going to vote this cold, oh wait I have just seen another so called "deal" for "2 Galaxy Bars for 85p, instore at Tesco 150g", I don't eat Galaxy chocolate so that gets a cold vote from me. I don't believe it I have just seen loads more of deals that are not relevant to me, right lets start voting cold, I could be here a long time..............;-)


Don't take it personally :) Unexpired now
#15
jonmat
I have just seen someone has posted a deal for B&Q "B&Q Going Going Gone Event - Friday 2nd May", I never shop in B&Q so I am going to vote this cold, oh wait I have just seen another so called "deal" for "2 Galaxy Bars for 85p, instore at Tesco 150g", I don't eat Galaxy chocolate so that gets a cold vote from me. I don't believe it I have just seen loads more of deals that are not relevant to me, right lets start voting cold, I could be here a long time..............;-)


The hot / cold voting as far as I’m aware is about a good deal or not. Not if you shop there or don’t eat a particular brand.

That’s just lame if you ask me. 95% of the deals using your reasoning would get a cold vote!

PS: I've used EasyJet in the past cost me bucks in baggage costs!
#16
So why would you vote cold if it's for something that you would never use? If you did use speedy boarding regularly it would definitely save you a lot of money, so would it not then be a good deal? If there is a deal for something that I would never use should I then vote it cold because I don't consider it a good deal? If the deal meant that it was going to cost £50 more then that would be a cold deal would it not?
#17
I have had a proper look at the deal.

If it wasn't for the saving of £50 quid it would definitely be a cold deal. Though you would still need to use it about 4 times-ish to get the card value back.

Unless you flew very often, at the full price you would need 10+ flights just to get the card value back. Based on it costing £7

Though even if I flew, I think it’s a waste of money in my opinion, after all you still have to wait for the plane to load up before you leave.

So in the end ONLY for frequent flyers.
banned#18
I have never understood why anyone would want to be first on the plane. They are cramped enough without maximising the length of time on them.

If I can, I generally am one of the last ones on. No waiting for everyone else to get on and get settled.
#19
I'm not a big fan of this, I think the first people onboard should be people travelling with young children, OAP's and those with any disability or injuries. On a recent flight from Cardiff I had to fight to get to the gate and then onto the aircraft carrying a buggy, our 18 month son and our own hand luggage against those with this kind of upgrade which made everything a lot more difficult seeing as almost half the passengers had speedy boarding.
banned#20
Ritchie 2;1998555
I'm not a big fan of this, I think the first people onboard should be people travelling with young children, OAP's and those with any disability or injuries. On a recent flight from Cardiff I had to fight to get to the gate and then onto the aircraft carrying a buggy, our 18 month son and our own hand luggage against those with this kind of upgrade which made everything a lot more difficult seeing as almost half the passengers had speedy boarding.

Then you should pay for speedy boarding. Why do you think people with children should get better treatment? It was your choice.
#21
kevinaitken
The poor punters still need to queue for a seat and then rush to the plane to try and get a decent seat.



:-D but for me this is the best part of flying with them. watching everyone creeping slowly getting into possition, then the mad dash over the runway or down the corridor to get the good seats takeing down anyone who plods along in front :thumbsup:

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