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Ryanair £2.50 Flights & No Card Fee

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Ryanair currently have £2.50 flights no taxes on in Fri 22nd May 09 - Mon 13th Jul 09 booking until 10th May:

http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/

If you sign up to Entropay then this gives you an instant virtual visa card which you can top up immediately (minimum £10) online. Ryanairs website recognises this card as Visa Electron which means no card admin fee so you really can get flights for £5 return!:

http://www.entropay.com/

Use this website to find the cheapest day to travel. The flight offer only started this morning so Skyscanner prices are not yet 100% up to date but it gives you a rough idea of when the cheapest flight is so you can then go to the Ryanair website:

http://www.skyscanner.net/month

I have used this method to book a flight and it works.

Reps to pototea for mentioning entropay...Enjoy :D
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#1
Heat and rep for effort! Thanks!
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It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.
#3
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


yawn :whistling:
#4
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


you pays your money and makes your choice, but why vote cold just because you don't like ryanair. hot deal in my opinion as where else can you fly to europe for £2.50
#5
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


thanks for sharing
#6
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


Care to explain why?
#7
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


Inactive
Care to explain why?


Please dont ask or it will just blog the thread up.. look in any other Ryanair thread and you will find you answer..For the record i will be flying with Ryanair again next month for the umteenth time ... remember you get what you pay for
#8
Was just about to post this myself!
#9
I am never able to find any cheap flights at all, what is it that I should look out for :?
#10
frollickingfrill
Please dont ask or it will just blog the thread up.. look in any other Ryanair thread and you will find you answer..For the record i will be flying with Ryanair again next month for the umteenth time ... remember you get what you pay for


I use Ryanair often, they are no better or worse than any other no frills airline.. just usually cheaper .. I just cannot understand why anybody would not use them..
#11
Remember entropay will charge a fee every time you will add money on the card (If remember correctly is 4.5%). Far better then the charges ryanair apply for credit card transactions. Hot
#12
[SIZE="4"]Adult 1.00 GBP [/SIZE] NO TAXES
Sat, Jun 27
Flight FR 173 07:55
09:00 Depart
Arrive Newcastle (NCL)
Dublin (DUB)


[SIZE="4"] Adult 1.00 GBP [/SIZE] Taxes/Fees details 8.90 GBP
Mon, Jun 29
Flight FR 172 06:25
07:30 Depart
Arrive Dublin (DUB)
Newcastle (NCL

Total Cost of Flight 10.90 GBP


You cant go wrong for flights for a weekend in Dublin for £10.90 if you pay by Entropay:thumbsup:
#13
love Ryainair are the best never had a problem with them flowen about 15 times with them only had like 2 late departures but nowt major
#14
im going portugal in a few hours with good ol ryanair - £26 return - BARGAIN
#15
Hot! don't forget that there are still some flights to Dublin from London that are £1 INCLUDING taxes.
banned#16
...Ha...one day you will get stranded by them at destination and think twice about £2.50 fares...
#17
Perfect, thanks for this.
Had been waiting for something like this to come up before booking.
#18
Thinking ahead, why not just get a (free) Electron card (with no fees). Sign up for an online account with SMILE who are part of Coop, one of the few banks to offer Electron as well as their usual card. It'll take a week or two to process but then you'll be ready to fly to airports all over Europe, miles away from where you really want to be!
#19
These offers never seem to apply to Marakesh !
#20
I am not long back from six nights in Majorca with my family. 6 people Belfast to Palma (via Stansted) for 24p
I have just booked return flights to London Stansted for GBP12 to meet a connection to Germany at the end of June which cost us 12p.
We have had regular penny flights to Liverpool, East Mid, Glasgow.
God bless Ryanair!
#21
just tryed to book , man - shannon 26th june 2 nights , £92 taxes on top , ! how do you get around that ?
#22
These Ryanarse deals all ways make me laugh. The good deals are only ever on internal or eastern european routes.

Also this
Travel Period: Fri 22nd May 09 - Mon 13th Jul 09
Blackout Period: 22nd May '09 - 26th May '09

So it is not really travel from 22nd May but from 26th May :thinking:
#23
I'm flying from Liverpool to Milan (Bergamo) 1st-3rd June. It's my first time with Ryanair so a bit worried after everything I've heard, but at £5 each I felt is was worth the risk. If I don't like it, I won't use them again.

I used my son's Halifax Expresscash Electron card to get round card charges. Halifax also offer a no frills Easycash account for adults (16+) which comes with an Electron card.
#24
Found a flight from Luton to Limoges on 4 Jun coming back 7 jun £10 there & back for the 2 of us.
I think Limoges is in France. Anybody been? Would it be okay for a long weekend?

Also, do Ryair actually take you to an airport near transport links or is it in the middle of nowhere?
You can tell I've never flown with them before.

Any advice appreciated.
#25
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.



So who flies there then ?
#26
lesleyfb
Found a flight from Luton to Limoges on 4 Jun coming back 7 jun £10 there & back for the 2 of us.
I think Limoges is in France. Anybody been? Would it be okay for a long weekend?

Also, do Ryair actually take you to an airport near transport links or is it in the middle of nowhere?
You can tell I've never flown with them before.

Any advice appreciated.


All the information you need will be on the Limoges Airport website

I have never been, but it looks like there isn't a shuttle service to the town centre.
#27
ikklep
All the information you need will be on the Limoges Airport website

I have never been, but it looks like there isn't a shuttle service to the town centre.


I'm planning to go to Bordeaux via train from Limoges and Poitier. Limoges and Poitier have no shuttle bus, taxi costs around 20 Euro from Limoges airport to town while 10 Euro from Poitier according to Ryanair website.
Flight to Poitier from Edinburgh are not reduced - still the same as of yesterday..Tax costs around £27
#28
O'leary really is a loser only 85m people flew with him last year .. :whistling:

My 50th Ryanair Flight is in September abnd of the previous so far only 2 delays of over 20 minutes :)

Long live Ryanair
#29
Mr Plum
These Ryanarse deals all ways make me laugh. The good deals are only ever on internal or eastern european routes.

:



Not true.:roll:
#30
Are there any cheap flights from London or Bristol to somewhere hot with a beach? I could do with a few day getaway
#31
im going portugal in a few hours with good ol ryanair - £26 return - BARGAIN


lol - have a good trip
#32
richardderbys
...Ha...one day you will get stranded by them at destination and think twice about £2.50 fares...


Can you post a link to a story of people being unavoidably stranded by Ryanair. :whistling:
#33
What I don't understand is that if I select some flights from Edinburgh to Limoges the 'ticket' is £0.99 each for me + 2 kids, final fare after taxesz etc is £80.79...

I know that taxes add more and it's sill not that bad a price but how are people getting to fly for £26 !!! I'm assuming that's an all in price or are they not quoting the tax inc price .... confused as ever by Ryanair
#34
ikisai;5154346
What I don't understand is that if I select some flights from Edinburgh to Limoges the 'ticket' is £0.99 each for me + 2 kids, final fare after taxesz etc is £80.79...

I know that taxes add more and it's sill not that bad a price but how are people getting to fly for £26 !!! I'm assuming that's an all in price or are they not quoting the tax inc price .... confused as ever by Ryanair
SOME flights are £2.50 including all taxes. Operative word is SOME. (And indeed SOME flights to Dublin are only £1 all inclusive). Look for flights that say "Special Offer" or "NO TAXES" not "Regular Fare".
#35
Is there a list of flights included in this promotion?

Everything I look at seems to have a nice big wodge of fees on top.

And to the haters... you can't even get a pint at some of my locals for £2.50... but you can get to the other side of Europe.
#36
Pigs_in_Space
It will be a cold day in hell before I fly Ryanair.


is that you or the pigs talking :thumbsup:
#37
zygo
Thinking ahead, why not just get a (free) Electron card (with no fees). Sign up for an online account with SMILE who are part of Coop, one of the few banks to offer Electron as well as their usual card. It'll take a week or two to process but then you'll be ready to fly to airports all over Europe, miles away from where you really want to be!


I tired to get one and they said I would have to trade in my connect card to do this which would be a backwards step in usefulness
#38
ikisai;5154346
What I don't understand is that if I select some flights from Edinburgh to Limoges the 'ticket' is £0.99 each for me + 2 kids, final fare after taxesz etc is £80.79...

I know that taxes add more and it's sill not that bad a price but how are people getting to fly for £26 !!! I'm assuming that's an all in price or are they not quoting the tax inc price .... confused as ever by Ryanair


Welcome to the World of Ryanair that represents the views of 98% of passengers. If you have a specific destination in mind and a specific date then the vast majority of their flights are at the low cost end (£50-£150), but not giveaway cheap (as per the headlines they use).

However, if you are in the 2% who a) dont really care where they go as long as its interesting/hot/free, b) dont have a fixed set of dates c) prepared to fly at anti-social hours d) prepared to travel from/to an out of town airport and e) ultimately will completely change their plans to fit with Ryanir's "cos it was a bargain for nowt" THEN THIS IS FOR YOU!! :whistling: Dont get me wrong, I respect that if you have the flexibility. Horses for courses as they say.

OK, a few exceptions (as with anything), but believe me based on experience, simply not fun and not the way I would want to start a holiday with my loved one's whose happiness and comfort I care about 'for the sake of a few quid'.

I think its best summed up with the old saying 'Folks that know the price of everything, but the value of nothing'....

Call me old fashioned, but I am in the school of spend a few more quid to get exactly what you want, travel comfortably and be treated with respect. That can encompass (at the low-cost end) EasyJet (who have MUCH better customer service than Ryanair), BMIbaby, Air Berlin, (mid end) Monarch, FlyBe and (high-end) BA, KLM, Lufthansa, etc.

All of course, IMHO, YMMV, etc. etc. But based on my real world experience of doing over 150 return flights p/a.

PS: I think its fantastic that companies like Ryanair exist as they have brought about a paradigm shift and forced many of the other carriers to up their game and "value" (BA selling domestic/euro flights (BA Connect) to FlyBe, 2-4-1 on longhaul biz class, etc.). Just that as many will find, the "headline rates" are suitable for only 2% of the population!
#39
gizmouk
Can you post a link to a story of people being unavoidably stranded by Ryanair. :whistling:


I have used Ryanair quite a bit in the past, but am no longer a fan. A couple of years ago I was left at a Swedish airport when the flight was cancelled due to 'exceptional circumstances' (too few passengers I suspect). There were only about a dozen of us and we were left with no explanation, no assistance and no compensation. Trying to get compensation from Ryanair under EU rules is fruitless since they don't respond to letters or e-mails and their head office is in Ireland so a UK small claims summons may not work.
It is difficult to find bargain fares to places you actually want to visit and I think that their fare structure and pricing has become increasingly confusing over the last few years. It seems to be designed to confound the consumer.
There ARE good low-cost airlines (Air Berlin is excellent, and BMI Baby not bad) but I avoid Ryanair if at all possible. I think they are great for retired people who can travel at obscure times/dates and don't mind 6.30am departures to back of beyond airports. I'm now at a stage in my life where I can afford to travel on full-service airlines at a time and date of my choosing, and thankful for it!
#40
mrgentry;5154622
I tired to get one and they said I would have to trade in my connect card to do this which would be a backwards step in usefulness


Yep, its a fact that less than 1% of the British population have such a card.

Ryanair exploit this in order to claim to the 99% of us who get stung with extortionate credit card fees, that these were "Optional charges", and thus avoidable.

All in the name of keeping the headline rate as eyecatching as possible.

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