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Manchester to Mallorca for only £20.00 return @ Ryanair

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Bargain return flights from Manchester to Mallorca for just £20 @ Ryanair. There are plenty of dates to choose from in November, including long weekend trips. Sample long weekend trip: 26 - 29 Nov Read More
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Bargain return flights from Manchester to Mallorca for just £20 @ Ryanair. There are plenty of dates to choose from in November, including long weekend trips.

Sample long weekend trip: 26 - 29 Nov
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1 Like #1
goddamn that's cheap
#2
https://s15.postimg.org/m2ie99a0b/pmi3746.jpg
5 Likes #3
Here you can find the full list of available dates http://www.tripwatcher.co.uk/mallorca-20/
1 Like #4
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.
1 Like #5
not bad thanks
9 Likes #6
siadwel
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.

Well, stay here and save your £20. You might be able to get 5/6 pints in your local Wetherspoons (where it might be just as cold).

Edited By: Magister on Oct 22, 2016 17:06
1 Like #7
Magister
siadwel
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.
Well, stay here and save your £20. You might be able to get 5/6 pints in your local Wetherspoons (where it might be just as cold).

So this is your contribution to the site is it ? because it certainly isn't deals. If wearing your anorak near a cold deserted beach with many of the towns shut down for the winter floats your boat then good for you. However, you won't be going will you ? you just wanted a bit of attention. There, feel better ?
5 Likes #8
siadwel
Magister
siadwel
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.
Well, stay here and save your £20. You might be able to get 5/6 pints in your local Wetherspoons (where it might be just as cold).

So this is your contribution to the site is it ? because it certainly isn't deals. If wearing your anorak near a cold deserted beach with many of the towns shut down for the winter floats your boat then good for you. However, you won't be going will you ? you just wanted a bit of attention. There, feel better ?


You guys seriously need to chill out
#9
wanted to post this yesterday...
3 Likes #10
siadwel
Magister
siadwel
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.
Well, stay here and save your £20. You might be able to get 5/6 pints in your local Wetherspoons (where it might be just as cold).

So this is your contribution to the site is it ? because it certainly isn't deals. If wearing your anorak near a cold deserted beach with many of the towns shut down for the winter floats your boat then good for you. However, you won't be going will you ? you just wanted a bit of attention. There, feel better ?


Regardless of where the flight is to and what the temperature is there, it's £20! A flight to Spain for £20! That is a deal.
2 Likes #11
Good for bacca run
1 Like #12
Good for some photo opportunities for any enthusiastic people :)
#13
I went at the end of October last year and the day temp was 30. granted it was a heatwave.
#14
golfie
I went at the end of October last year and the day temp was 30. granted it was a heatwave.

Fair enough but I have also been at the end of October in the past and it was cool and wet the whole week bar one day so it will always be a bit of a gamble weather-wise at this time of year and quite likely to be colder in November. It's still a good flight deal though, no doubt about that.
banned#15
Average temp in November is 18 degrees
5 Likes #16
Actually not too bad weather wise, as long as you aren't hoping to go into the sea. I would advise getting a car, staying around palma, and travelling to deia, port d'antrax, valdemossa, beautiful places and only 30-45 minute drive from palma, then the weather is irrelevant, can also drive to pollenca and port d'pollenca which are about an hour away. You'll still have a great time regardless of the weather.
#17
we have been last week october school hols a few times recent years and gorgeous tanning and beach weather. Yes this is a couple of weeks later but it will still be nicer weather than here!
#18
Thanks op might not go there but found other places also.
#19
Last time I flew to Mallorca it was with Ryanair and they were 11 hours late. Blamed it on poor weather but every other flight operator managed to land around them. Flight was diverted from Leeds to Liverpool but they made no attempt to get us there whatsoever. I'll never fly with them again, even at this price.
banned#20
nice if looking for a trip away somewhere
#21
ibz100
siadwel
Magister
siadwel
Was tempted until I saw that the average Majorca temperatures in November are around 14c, a bit like here today.
Well, stay here and save your £20. You might be able to get 5/6 pints in your local Wetherspoons (where it might be just as cold).
So this is your contribution to the site is it ? because it certainly isn't deals. If wearing your anorak near a cold deserted beach with many of the towns shut down for the winter floats your boat then good for you. However, you won't be going will you ? you just wanted a bit of attention. There, feel better ?
You guys seriously need to chill out
Go to Majorca in November. You'll definitely feel the chill. :p
4 Likes #22
I would definitely go regardless of weather just for the break from normality
1 Like #23
craigstephens
[quote=siadwel][
Regardless of where the flight is to and what the temperature is there, it's £20! A flight to Spain for £20! That is a deal.

Can only agree with you there,
Good deal, voted hot
1 Like #24
misterfrostie
Last time I flew to Mallorca it was with Ryanair and they were 11 hours late. Blamed it on poor weather but every other flight operator managed to land around them. Flight was diverted from Leeds to Liverpool but they made no attempt to get us there whatsoever. I'll never fly with them again, even at this price.

How much compensation did you get? http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/flight-delays

I've never had an problem with RyanAir so haven't had the need to claim.

PS. Booked a £20 return for a weekend in November. Thanks OP
#25
Nothing mate. Nothing at all. Got flightdelays involved and everything was looking good but they backed off and dropped the case. Thing is an old mate of mine was in Palma waiting for our flight so they could come home and they got 400 euros each!
1 Like #26
misterfrostie
Nothing mate. Nothing at all. Got flightdelays involved and everything was looking good but they backed off and dropped the case. Thing is an old mate of mine was in Palma waiting for our flight so they could come home and they got 400 euros each!


So your mate travelling on RyanAir was delayed too but a different flight and got the standard 400 Euros... and you didn't. It does seem strange that one gets paid and the other doesn't if I've understood it correctly.

Only mentioned it as my sister was delayed more than 3 hours on a different airline recently and they got 400 Euros each.
#27
That's it. It wasn't just a different flight he was coming home on. It was our plane. I even saw him at the gate as we arrived and they left. We spoke to the ground staff at Leeds as the delay went on and they told us the plane had landed at Liverpool and the crew was out of hours. I really believe they made the most of the little fog we had and used it as an excuse to get away with the crew hours issue. Still don't know how they could compensate the Palma to leeds passengers and not the Leeds to Palma passengers.

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