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Usual Sale, all aware of Baggage card fees etc which can be avoided by Electron etc. I've just booked 8 adults from Manchester to Dublin, leave Saturday, return Monday, carrying 1 holdall each, paid by Electron, total £16.00 all in....

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Booking Period: Mon 27th Jul 09 - Thu 30th Jul 09
Travel Period: Tue 01st Sep 09 - Sat 31st Oct 09
Applicable Days: Mon - Sun (subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: Travel from 01 Sep 09
Blackout Period: 22nd Oct '09 - 03rd Nov '09 from /to Ireland/UK
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer
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#1
Be aware that it's no longer possible to fly domestic routes with a driving licence as ID. :-(
#2
I have booked countless 1 penny and GBP1 flights with this company - never any problems.
God bless Ryanair
#3
A word of warning on the carriage of hand baggage with Ryanair if you check in online beforehand.

I flew out of Manchester on Saturday (for the 1st and last time) to Dublin due to better flight times. Noone at the security gates checks the size of your bag. It is only when you are queueing to get on that they MAY ask you to insert the bag into their metal contraption to see if it fits.

You may well get charged £30 for checking it in.
#4
Taking the kids on holiday are out of the question

Booking Period:Mon 27th Jul 09 - Thu 30th Jul 09Travel Period:Tue 01st Sep 09 - Sat 31st Oct 09Applicable Days:Mon - Sun (subject to availability)Flight must be purchased:Travel from 01 Sep 09Blackout Period:22nd Oct '09 - 03rd Nov '09 from /to Ireland/UKNotes on this fare:All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer
#5
scousemanblue;5859251
A word of warning on the carriage of hand baggage with Ryanair if you check in online beforehand.

I flew out of Manchester on Saturday (for the 1st and last time) to Dublin due to better flight times. Noone at the security gates checks the size of your bag. It is only when you are queueing to get on that they MAY ask you to insert the bag into their metal contraption to see if it fits.

You may well get charged £30 for checking it in.

Surely this word of warning is a bit pointless. If you are going to fly with a cheap airline you better make sure that you follow all their rules or you will be charged. They give you the maximum dimensions of the bag you are allowed, if you stick to that then you wont get charged! Simple!
#6
Any "company" that charges for something that is mandatory (i.e. checking in) will not get a penny out of me.
#7
i give a thumbs up ,as long as you follow their rules its a bargain !!!!!!!!!
#8
gstok;5860741
Any "company" that charges for something that is mandatory (i.e. checking in) will not get a penny out of me.


The £1 includes online check in.
#9
rbz5416
Be aware that it's no longer possible to fly domestic routes with a driving licence as ID. :-(


Is this just with Ryanair?
#10
Sick of this company......charged a fortune if your bags are slightly over, check in fees......looking last night for a break,found "£0.00" for 1 way......£74 tax etc....con merchants....till they put the real price for "both" ways,i won't be using these:x
#11
One of the best things about budget airlines is that you don't have to buy a 'return' ticket with them. You can go with Ryanair and comeback with, say, easyJet.

I always use http://www.skyscanner.net to find best route and price. As far as I am aware, it's the only web site that searches budget airlines.

Great deal though, heat and rep added. Thanks.
#12
vauxmik
Sick of this company......charged a fortune if your bags are slightly over, check in fees......looking last night for a break,found "£0.00" for 1 way......£74 tax etc....con merchants....till they put the real price for "both" ways,i won't be using these:x


Why was you looking on the site for a break if "you're sick of them and know about their charges"?
Stop moaning and take advantage, or not, of their offer! I've booked 4 trips, all £2 return and I don't expect to pay any further charges. How can you moan at this!?
#13
vauxmik
Sick of this company......charged a fortune if your bags are slightly over, check in fees......looking last night for a break,found "£0.00" for 1 way......£74 tax etc....con merchants....till they put the real price for "both" ways,i won't be using these:x


You people are funny,

I'm going to Alicante at the end of September £40 both ways for me and my girlfriend, I got the flight in the £10 sale they had before this one.

You keep moaning I'll keep flying round the world for a pittance.
#14
In my experience, ryanair give you less human rights than Vietnam!
#15
I just wondered if anyone has had success getting a date now, which was previously not showing under offer when they had this deal last week, or the week before?

There were a few places I was interested in but there was no £1 flights left.
1 Like #16
Don't people realise that if you abide by the rules you can go for a pound or a penny as many of us have done, and sometimes to great places..........I checked my bag in the sizer before I got to security, then I knew it was O.k. and wouldn't be thrown out.....also security sometime weigh my bag to make sure its under 10kg, I think because its bright pink it looks big and therefore they think, heavy.
We did a five day trip with hand luggage only to Majorca during school holidays last year. It took a bit of sensible packing but we had plenty of clothes, including my mucky kids!!! My rule is wear the heavy things such as jeans and trainers, you probably won't wnat them again until the return journey, avoid lots of shoes and take thinner beach towels, they dry quicker anyhow.
#17
mikehoche
The £1 includes online check in.


From dictionary.com:

eth⋅ics
–plural noun
(usually used with a singular verb) that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions.

***

The fact that they do it AT ALL is unethical in my view.
#18
well done Sky Captain,i for 1 have no qualms about your airline,people that are moaning about Ryan air should remember back to the good ol' days before the EU opened up competition, BA,BM et al charged a fortune to get to the continent
#19
refaey
One of the best things about budget airlines is that you don't have to buy a 'return' ticket with them. You can go with Ryanair and comeback with, say, easyJet.

I always use http://www.skyscanner.net to find best route and price. As far as I am aware, it's the only web site that searches budget airlines.

Great deal though, heat and rep added. Thanks.


For checking flight routes with budget airlines, I use:

[url]www.whichbudget.com[/url]

:thumbsup:
1 Like #20
wendyak
Don't people realise that if you abide by the rules you can go for a pound or a penny as many of us have done, and sometimes to great places..........I checked my bag in the sizer before I got to security, then I knew it was O.k. and wouldn't be thrown out.....also security sometime weigh my bag to make sure its under 10kg, I think because its bright pink it looks big and therefore they think, heavy.
We did a five day trip with hand luggage only to Majorca during school holidays last year. It took a bit of sensible packing but we had plenty of clothes, including my mucky kids!!! My rule is wear the heavy things such as jeans and trainers, you probably won't wnat them again until the return journey, avoid lots of shoes and take thinner beach towels, they dry quicker anyhow.


a bit of sense at last,how do you fancy standing as an MP
banned#21
If they try and charge you extra as your bag is over weight, take clothes out and put them on or shove them in your pockets. You can repack them once you are past the luggage check.
#22
I have come to the conclusion that it,s not Ryan Air that people don,t like it,s their ******* of a chaiman O,Leary who get,s up people,skin
#23
gstok
Any "company" that charges for something that is mandatory (i.e. checking in) will not get a penny out of me.


Agreed. Awful company.

Charging £5 per passenger, per leg of journey for making one payment via debit card is a disgrace.

I genuinely wouldn't fly with them if it were free.
2 Likes #24
gstok;5869212


The fact that they do it AT ALL is unethical in my view.


Fair enough. My standards are obviously lower than yours so I'll be flying for a quid and you'll be polishing your halo at home.
#25
can anyopne remeber the website of that online electron card?
#26
bootty
I have come to the conclusion that it,s not Ryan Air that people don,t like it,s their ******* of a chaiman O,Leary who get,s up people,skin


I certainly have no reason to dislike him, so not sure how you come to this conclusion?
#27
So its £1 one way, how much do they charge if you want to come back??
#28
sensation
can anyopne remeber the website of that online electron card?


Entropay. All info is here. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/
#29
Rips08
So its £1 one way, how much do they charge if you want to come back??


Mmmm, £1! If you look on the website it does tell you!
#30
sensation
can anyopne remeber the website of that online electron card?


Entropay.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/
#31
Got right to the end screen! £4 for 2 people to Dublin absolutely fantastic. Just going to bookt a few days off work then a £20 credit card charge unless you use Electron?? £24 return still isn't bad but I just can't ethically accept a £20 credit card charge. :x :x

Think I'm gonna sign up for an Electron card from somewhere!!:viking:
#32
15/09 - Luton - Trapani
17/09 - Tapani - Luton

Tempting...
1 Like #33
makersley
Got right to the end screen! £4 for 2 people to Dublin absolutely fantastic. Just going to bookt a few days off work then a £20 credit card charge unless you use Electron?? £24 return still isn't bad but I just can't ethically accept a £20 credit card charge. :x :x

Think I'm gonna sign up for an Electron card from somewhere!!:viking:


Have a look at this page which will show you how to avoid the card charges. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/384405/entropay-for-ryanair-flights/
1 Like #34
gstok
From dictionary.com:

eth⋅ics
–plural noun
(usually used with a singular verb) that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions.

***

The fact that they do it AT ALL is unethical in my view.

i see your point but other airlines inc in seat price as they get charged for it ryanair give you the choice whether to pay or not ie can you get return flight with other airline for £2 all in .ok you have to use electron and checkin online with hand luggage Ok you choose not to use this airline but you will be paying about £80 or more for it know what i rather do £2 ryanair any day
#35
With the £1.00 seats a couple of weeks ago i managed to book 3 return flights to spain for £6.00!..then went to travel republic and booked a 3 star hotel including breakfast for £116.00!...paid ryanair an extra £20.00 for 1bag..so for the whole holiday for 3 of us it cost £142.00!

Not bad for a weeks holiday in spain for 3 people!
#36
just been on and it was wanting to charge taxes fees etc on way out but nothing on way back, can someone give me a bit of a clue how to avoid all these charges, cheers
#37
makersley
Got right to the end screen! £4 for 2 people to Dublin absolutely fantastic. Just going to bookt a few days off work then a £20 credit card charge unless you use Electron?? £24 return still isn't bad but I just can't ethically accept a £20 credit card charge. :x :x

Think I'm gonna sign up for an Electron card from somewhere!!:viking:

think co op bank still do them i have co op electron card .Know what you mean if was £24 flight with no card charge be pleased but £4 with £20 charge feel like you been ripped off lol
1 Like #38
sindy
With the £1.00 seats a couple of weeks ago i managed to book 3 return flights to spain for £6.00!..then went to travel republic and booked a 3 star hotel including breakfast for £116.00!...paid ryanair an extra £20.00 for 1bag..so for the whole holiday for 3 of us it cost £142.00!

Not bad for a weeks holiday in spain for 3 people!


Cute pic Sindy :thumbsup:
#39
bigweapon07
just been on and it was wanting to charge taxes fees etc on way out but nothing on way back, can someone give me a bit of a clue how to avoid all these charges, cheers


The only way to avoid extra charges and tax etc is if you can find a flight there and back for £1 each.
#40
Burrel
Cute pic Sindy :thumbsup:


Thanks Burrel.....Have some rep x :thumbsup:

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