Return flight to Warsaw Modlin - £8 + £12 fees from Ryanair - HotUKDeals
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A range of dates, some of which are shown in the picture (see below for a larger version). This is an insanely cheap price, even if the airport is slightly harder to travel from.
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#1
http://i.imgur.com/2WkIl.png
banned 13 Likes #2
Great thanks will tell my plumber
1 Like #3
It blinking costs over £40 to go by train from Southampton to London.

London to bloody Poland is cheaper.

I think I will move to Poland !
#4
googleMIX
It blinking costs over £40 to go by train from Southampton to London.

London to bloody Poland is cheaper.

I think I will move to Poland !

That's pretty incredible.
1 Like #5
googleMIX
It blinking costs over £40 to go by train from Southampton to London.

A quid if you use Megatrain though.
#6
This is a very new airport so you can easily find many cheap flights there. About month or two ago RyanAir had (one way) tickets to Modlin for 20p (1 PLN). 8)
banned 4 Likes #7
Posted this a week ago, people just moaned about the fee's. This place = a joke.
1 Like #8
HAD0KEN
Posted this a week ago, people just moaned about the fee's. This place = a joke.

You made it seem like the total price was £8, when it isn't.
3 Likes #9
I've had more expensive taxi's in Dublin than this. Would be great if someone like Ryanair organised a night out in Poland, where you start the pub crawl in the London airport at 2pm, continue to Poland - drinking, of course.. and finally end up back in your own bed at about 4am the next morning. £20. Sold.
7 Likes #10
aberfal
Great thanks will tell my plumber

You lucky @~"!$%!
My local Brit plumbers don't know the difference between copper pipe and copper wire...
Last time it took 3 of them to fix a boiler...
2 Likes #11
You have 4 HUKD tabs open... you must really love this site!
#12
By the time you pay for card fees, baggage fees, Stanstead express, taxi or whatever to Stanstead (calling this LONDON Stanstead is a joke!) is it even worth it?
I avoid Ryanair unless I have absolutely no alternative (which is very very rare)
2 Likes #13
unhappybunny
By the time you pay for card fees, baggage fees, Stanstead express, taxi or whatever to Stanstead (calling this LONDON Stanstead is a joke!) is it even worth it?
I avoid Ryanair unless I have absolutely no alternative (which is very very rare)

What baggage fees? Take hand luggage and there are no fees.

A coach costs £5 e/w.

Next, you'll be telling me to add on the cost of a ho(s)tel, food and attractions.
#14
iKayZee
You have 4 HUKD tabs open... you must really love this site!

Erm, I'm not sure if you're serious.

One was posting this deal, and the others were for the different sections.
1 Like #15
aberfal
Great thanks will tell my plumber

Your wife could be disappoint, when she will discover leak again.
#16
Now is going up to £18
#17
SpeedJunkie
HAD0KEN
Posted this a week ago, people just moaned about the fee's. This place = a joke.

You made it seem like the total price was £8, when it isn't.
I.ll rate hot, but if you make up prices that are not real then cold.. A flight has to be final price, not before Ryanair fees
#18
No need, just visit Crewe in Cheshire for a more authentic Polish experience instead.
1 Like #19
pantaiema
Now is going up to £18

There were loads of different dates. Try the following week.

Took all of 2 seconds:

http://i.imgur.com/4Aulu.png

Edited By: SpeedJunkie on Sep 14, 2012 08:11
1 Like #20
whatyadoinsucka
SpeedJunkie
HAD0KEN
Posted this a week ago, people just moaned about the fee's. This place = a joke.

You made it seem like the total price was £8, when it isn't.
I.ll rate hot, but if you make up prices that are not real then cold.. A flight has to be final price, not before Ryanair fees

?

I've included the fees.
1 Like #21
Wow, it would cost me more to get the bus from suffolk to stansted. Really tempted to go on a little adventure! How much would it cost to get from the airport to Warsaw? Any suggestions of what to do whilst there?
1 Like #22
ScampiLamp
Wow, it would cost me more to get the bus from suffolk to stansted. Really tempted to go on a little adventure! How much would it cost to get from the airport to Warsaw? Any suggestions of what to do whilst there?

There are three options - a taxi (costs around 100PLN (£20)), a bus to the centre (33PLN (~£6)) or a train (12zl (~£2)).

http://www.mazowieckie.com.pl/en/

You can find train times on that website.

For what to do, check tripadvisor.
#23
Thankyou :D Now those public transport prices sound reasonable.

Sorry, I should have started googling options before getting excited and posting questions here. I've asked my fiance and he is up for a trip there!

Thinking of going for the expedia "brand name secret hotels" 3* deal for £140 for 4 nights which sounds a good deal for me.

Now looking into eating out prices, oooh so exciting, thankyou! I'd never have considered Warsaw as a mini break but should be really fun!
1 Like #24
ScampiLamp
Thankyou :D Now those public transport prices sound reasonable.

Sorry, I should have started googling options before getting excited and posting questions here. I've asked my fiance and he is up for a trip there!

Thinking of going for the expedia "brand name secret hotels" 3* deal for £140 for 4 nights which sounds a good deal for me.

Now looking into eating out prices, oooh so exciting, thankyou! I'd never have considered Warsaw as a mini break but should be really fun!

You're welcome. I'm going on Monday for 6 days.

http://www.modlinbus.com/ - bus from the airport to the centre.
#25
Idk how anyone can travel for more than a day trp on hand luggage, especially since ryanairs hand luggage size and weight restrictions are crap!
#26
SpeedJunkie
unhappybunny
By the time you pay for card fees, baggage fees, Stanstead express, taxi or whatever to Stanstead (calling this LONDON Stanstead is a joke!) is it even worth it?
I avoid Ryanair unless I have absolutely no alternative (which is very very rare)

What baggage fees? Take hand luggage and there are no fees.

A coach costs £5 e/w.

Next, you'll be telling me to add on the cost of a ho(s)tel, food and attractions.


Well said.

Some people just love to complain, I've used Ryanair 4 times this year all ready.
You know what your getting and getting it for a very cheap price.

They've opened up some very cheap short weekend breaks for me and my partner.
Just wish this deal was flying from Liverpool.
3 Likes #27
unhappybunny
Idk how anyone can travel for more than a day trp on hand luggage, especially since ryanairs hand luggage size and weight restrictions are crap!

You are called unhappybunny for a reason aren't you !!

My hand luggage can easily fit it 2 jeans, jumper, 4 t-shirts, underwear and footwear.
With the clothes your already wearing, I think your being very dramatic saying what your saying !!
4 Likes #28
unhappybunny
Idk how anyone can travel for more than a day trp on hand luggage, especially since ryanairs hand luggage size and weight restrictions are crap!

10KG.

How many times do you change your clothes in a day?
How much do your clothes weigh? Buy a few plain t-shirts. Problem resolved.
Wear any "heavy" items on the plane.

Either accept the deal as it is, or go away with your whining.

Edited By: SpeedJunkie on Sep 14, 2012 12:00
#29
i've added a similar deal, inspired by this post (and credited the find), but i added how to get the price even lower.
the deal is here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/return-flight-from-london-warsaw-for-14-including-fees-with-ryanair-1311677 , although seems to be cold now.
#30
Why has this been expired?
#31
iKayZee
You have 4 HUKD tabs open... you must really love this site!

that's nothing. The MUTED Windows is my concern if you know what i mean :)

Edited By: hamster666 on Sep 14, 2012 21:07
#32
Still plenty of dates available.
banned#33
boring deal
cold
1 Like #34
Mascherano
boring deal
cold

You're obviously using the site well (!)

0 deals posted in almost 5 years. Leech.

Edited By: SpeedJunkie on Sep 15, 2012 22:52

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