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Flights To Dublin For £2.00 Return including Taxes and All Charges @ Ryanair

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Througout June Flights to from Stansted Airport to Dublin are £2 return There may be other airports that do this deal, bu i havent tried e.g Go on 9th June, come back on the 10th June and you wi… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Througout June Flights to from Stansted Airport to Dublin are £2 return

There may be other airports that do this deal, bu i havent tried

e.g Go on 9th June, come back on the 10th June and you will find it is £2 return its amazing, there must be no room for profit at this price.
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#1
Doubt it includes all charges once you've paid for the flights, what with their policy on charging for payment, baggage etc.

Then all you've got to find is the fiver a pint when you reach the biggest rip-off city in Europe.

EDIT: Yeah, just checked same dates for Glasgow - same price. It is £20 per bag plus whatever their charges are for credit/debit card payment.
#2
I just bought the tickets and it included all taxes and charges and you can take hand luggage up to 10kg each for free i have done it before, but i went to berlin last time and it worked
#3
moob
Doubt it includes all charges once you've paid for the flights, what with their policy on charging for payment, baggage etc.

Then all you've got to find is the fiver a pint when you reach the biggest rip-off city in Europe.


Hot deal, but agree about Dublin - I've no plans to revisit!
#4
Its great for a day trip, considering its only £4 it would cost you 5 times that price to get the train from cambridge to london
#5
moob;5362294
Doubt it includes all charges once you've paid for the flights, what with their policy on charging for payment, baggage etc.

Then all you've got to find is the fiver a pint when you reach the biggest rip-off city in Europe.

EDIT: Yeah, just checked same dates for Glasgow - same price. It is £20 per bag plus whatever their charges are for credit/debit card payment.


Oh no - here we go again. There are loads of threads about how to avoid the charges. And who needs more than 10Kg of luggage for a few days away?
#6
How much did it cost you to make payment Robbieboi?
#7
Searcher2
Oh no - here we go again. There are loads of threads about how to avoid the charges.


Oh - well done you - your mum must be so proud.:roll:
#8
Would rather walk than use ryanair personally!
1 Like #9
ms2005
Would rather walk than use ryanair personally!


****** off and walk then.


The attitudes of some people.....
#10
moob;5362343
Oh - well done you - your mum must be so proud.:roll:


I've never asked her but most people, I would assume, would be deemed sensible to not pay surcharges when it is not necessary to do so.

You previously asked another poster how much it cost him to make payment. Use Electron and it costs nothing (or minimal amount). Electron can be obtained from the Post Office (1.5% commission or £3), EntroPay (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/) or free from banks that issue Electron cards.
#11
l33t-krew;5362374
****** off and walk then.


The attitudes of some people.....


Ditto - all the more seats for the rest of us.
#12
moob
How much did it cost you to make payment Robbieboi?


I payed with visa electron so it didnt cost me anything
#13
ms2005
Would rather walk than use ryanair personally!


Have you ever flown with Ryanair?

I bet you wouldn't if you were stranded in a foreign country and Ryanair was your only option.:roll:
4 Likes #14
ms2005
Would rather walk than use ryanair personally!


Ok, Moses - off you go then...
#15
Searcher2
I've never asked her but most people, I would assume, would be deemed sensible to not pay surcharges when it is not necessary to do so.

You previously asked another poster how much it cost him to make payment. Use Electron and it costs nothing (or minimal amount). Electron can be obtained from the Post Office (1.5% commission or £3), EntroPay (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/) or free from banks that issue Electron cards.


Nothing to do with being sensible or otherwise - I simply didn't know there was a workaround on payment to Ryanair, no matter how convoluted it is. I'd doubt that 'most people' know about this at all.

I took issue with you because of your patronising tone.
#16
great deal used ryanair loads of times allways on time you cant beat them for value as well Never had to pay card charges or baggage charges Never had any problems with them had lots of cheap breaks with them because there flights are so cheap unlike all the other so called cheap airlines top deal for best budget airline
#17
Chill people, this is all getting too personal.

Hot deal in my opinion, can't find it cheaper and that's what matters
#18
Yeah, lets be nice dumplins.
#19
Searcher2
I've never asked her but most people, I would assume, would be deemed sensible to not pay surcharges when it is not necessary to do so.

You previously asked another poster how much it cost him to make payment. Use Electron and it costs nothing (or minimal amount). Electron can be obtained from the Post Office (1.5% commission or £3), EntroPay (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/) or free from banks that issue Electron cards.



Thank you for your post.:thumbsup:

I'm off to Dublin on Tuesday. Paid £11 return. Thank you Ryanair.
#20
Norman-B
Thank you for your post.:thumbsup:

I'm off to Dublin on Tuesday. Paid £11 return. Thank you Ryanair.



Great value:thumbsup:, I can't get a taxi in to town for that.. ;-)
#21
Do you have to pay though to print off tickets or has this not come into force yet??
#22
Searcher2
I've never asked her but most people, I would assume, would be deemed sensible to not pay surcharges when it is not necessary to do so.

You previously asked another poster how much it cost him to make payment. Use Electron and it costs nothing (or minimal amount). Electron can be obtained from the Post Office (1.5% commission or £3), EntroPay (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/) or free from banks that issue Electron cards.


Thanks for the advice about using a one use electron card, I didn't realise electron cards were available in this format.

I do use Ryan Air sometimes and it can be good value if you keep in mind the cost of the flight. However, I live alot closer to LHR, so it can someitmes be a false economy for me when you factor in all the other costs and time associated with getting to and from STN (obviously that isn't the case when the flights are this cheap).

I do however have some concerns about flying with Ryan Air:

The policy of charging for checked lugguage often means the amount of hand lugguage exceeds the stowage capacity of the aircraft. This results in:

1) A mad rush to get on the plane so you have storage space for your bags. I've seen a few people get knocked over. Ryan Air really need to address this and have tighter controls on boarding procedures.
2) I've seen stewards allow people to store bags in spare seats. This may seem trivial, but the reasons behind the restrictions on storing baggage in the aircraft are there for a reason. Heavy unsecured baggage could easily come loose during turbulence and cause someone serious injury. Remember passengers will be strapped in if the flight hits turbulence, making it hard for them to dodge something heading their way.
3) I've seen passengers and even stewards try to ram baggage into spaces it clearly won't fit in without doing damage to the baggage already stowed. Considering you are only allowed one piece of carry on, many people will have laptops/cameras and other fragile/valuable items in there bag. I had to be extremely firm in telling a steward that it was not ok to repeatedly ram my suitcase which had my laptop in it. Telling him once was unfortunately not enough.
4) Sometimes they will run out of space for carry on and force you to put your carry on in the hold. Again most people will have fragile/valuable items in carry on that they would never consider checking in. I would advise you carry these in another small bag within your carry on. So if your forced to check your bag, you can easily remove this smaller bag and stowe it under your seat. Unfortunately you can sometimes get some abuse from other passengers because you will be holding up the flight, this is another area where the stewards need to be stronger.

One of the most concerning issues I have is the nature of traveller these cheap flights sometimes attract (stag, hen groups). It's a minority that get totally out of hand, but I've seen a couple of times when they haven't been adequetly dealt with. I have noticed some of these budget airlines have started to use only male stewards on routes/days popular with stag/hen groups. Although this is a step in the right direction, because I've seen stewardesses get unacceptable abuse from ****** stags. But they need to show the same consideration to their passengers. The no allocated seating policy often means young women can end up sitting right next to these stag groups, and the abuse I've seen some receive is simply unacceptable no matter how cheap the flight was.

I'm sure budget airlines don't want to alienate gorups who are probably their bread and butter. But cheap flight or not, their are certain safety and social considerations that need to be adhered to.
#23
One charge you can't avoid is airport check-in if you don't have a passport for online check-in. Normally £5 per ticket each way but having a quick look at this offer, it seems to be £40 per ticket!

Also IIRC, from October they will abandon airport check-in completely.

Mentos
I'm sure budget airlines don't want to alienate groups who are probably their bread and butter. But cheap flight or not, their are certain safety and social considerations that need to be adhered to.
I don't think O'Leary give a flying (no pun intended) **** who he alienates.
#24
JMC39
Hot deal, but agree about Dublin - I've no plans to revisit!


why? whats wrong there?
[Travel Expert]#25
Good price for flight, but yes, rip off in Dublin.

Made me laugh a few weeks ago, I was in Sydney, Australia. I stayed in 'The Rocks' area (very nice). There was an Irish bar just down the road, 2 pints of the black stuff worked out at £6! Now that is cheap!!!!!!!!!!
#26
moob

Then all you've got to find is the fiver a pint when you reach the biggest rip-off city in Europe.


I take it you have never been to Paris then where a pint is twice that price.
1 Like #27
Also I recently got stuck in Rome when our country ground to a halt because of the Snow.

I travel alot so have unfortunately experienced similar problems in the past. I have to say Ryan Air had the worst contigency response I have ever experienced.

Two members of staff dealing with everyone in the airport and the phonecalls. No written notification explaining what passengers should do, forcing them to queue for hours to speak to one of these two members of staff. And no assistance/advice/details about your rights, just simply this is your next flight now go away.

Given that I would ensure you have adequate cover when flying with Ryan Air. Wether that be through your credit card (in which case you have to pay the payment fee) or through a decent travel insurance policy.

To compound matters they forced everyone to checkin again at the airport for their rescheduled flights a few days later. Which meant another couple of hours queing, even though we had web checkin :x
#28
So, what are the hidden extras and how do we avoid them?
#29
Mentos
But cheap flight or not, their are certain safety and social considerations that need to be adhered to.


Nope. None of this applies to Ryanair. I have never flown with them, but friends have only once, never to travel with them again. Plus when the CEO is such an arrogant and rude individual is it any surprise that staff lower down the chain are not any different ?.
#30
ms2005
Would rather walk than use ryanair personally!


LOL

Ok I am not exactly good with geography, but last time I checked you can't walk to Dublin from England, unless you are already on the Isle of Ireland, which this deal doesn't apply to. :)

Unless there is recently a huge tectonic plate shift I missed on the news :thinking:
#31
:x Doesn't include 13th -15th June :roll:
#32
AnnihilatorX
LOL

Ok I am not exactly good with geography, but last time I checked you can't walk to Dublin from England :


Unless your name is Jesus;-)
#33
June last year I paid £10 for a returd to Dublin including taxes, would have been £0.02 if I had come back a day later.
Glad these are continuing. Hot!
#34
steadyeddie
Unless your name is Jesus;-)


According to the Bible, so could Peter :whistling:
#35
greenfeld
According to the Bible, so could Peter :whistling:


Moses?
#36
Dublin is a joke of a city that has nothing really going for it other than its once great reputation as a city for tourism. It once had tourism but it has now been ruined by complete greed. I would avoid at all costs. Belfast is starting to sound like Dublin was before it got too big for its boots.

£10 to get into a nightclub that hands you a 2L bottle of coke!!! yes a shared bottle!!! that will then be used for other customers to pour your own coke into your vodka/JD etc which cost you £3 and then hand it back behind the bar.

that said £2 aint a bad deal for the travel! in fact i'd recommend this to anyone who likes planes or flying or anyone that is trying to get over a phobia. Take the plane there and then straight back and leave the angry irish to it.
#37
joconnor
I take it you have never been to Paris then where a pint is twice that price.


| have - but I don't go to Paris to drinks pints really. And it certainly isn't £10 a pint in Paris, unless there's been some kind of weird hyperinflation since I was there 2 years ago.
#38
Mentos
Moses?


Nah, Peter...for a little while ;)
#39
greenfeld
Nah, Peter...for a little while ;)


Doesn't getting (well asking your friend upstairs to get) the water to part so you can walk through count :)
#40
red23
Dublin is a joke of a city that has nothing really going for it other than its once great reputation as a city for tourism. It once had tourism but it has now been ruined by complete greed. I would avoid at all costs. Belfast is starting to sound like Dublin was before it got too big for its boots.

£10 to get into a nightclub that hands you a 2L bottle of coke!!! yes a shared bottle!!! that will then be used for other customers to pour your own coke into your vodka/JD etc which cost you £3 and then hand it back behind the bar.

that said £2 aint a bad deal for the travel! in fact i'd recommend this to anyone who likes planes or flying or anyone that is trying to get over a phobia. Take the plane there and then straight back and leave the angry irish to it.


Tell you what, next time you come to Dublin, how about leaving the tourist area and try the real Dublin.

Yes, it is around 5 or 6 euros a pint, gets even worse when you have Vodka and coke, but its not the Irish's fault that the British Pound collapsed against the Euro.

As for b*tching about Ryanair, if you don't like it, don't fly with them.. There are plently of people like me that do and enjoy their flights.

Also, to the people about safety standards on the Ryanair planes, if you have a concern, address it to the cabin crew and they will address anything that is not up to the CAA standard. Aviation is a highly regulated industry and safety, no matter on which plane/airline, is taken very seriously. If you really don't have much luck with the cabin crew, you can speak to the Captian and he/she will sort it out.

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