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Ryanair 2 day sale free flights(well 2 pence!) £0.02

£0.02 @ Ryanair
Booking Period: Wed 02nd Sep 09 - Fri 04th Sep 09 Travel Period: Tue 06th Oct 09 - Thu 10th Dec 09 Applicable Days: Tues/Wed/Thurs (subject to availability) Flight must be purchased: Travel from… Read More
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Booking Period: Wed 02nd Sep 09 - Fri 04th Sep 09
Travel Period: Tue 06th Oct 09 - Thu 10th Dec 09
Applicable Days: Tues/Wed/Thurs (subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: Travel from 06 Oct 09
Blackout Period: 23rd Oct '09 - 25th Oct '09 EX IRE/UK
30th Oct '09 - 02nd Nov '09 TO IRE/UK
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer

of corse pay with visa electron and select no bags!!!
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#1
Surely they can't say it's free and then charge you Card fees!
1 Like #2
Use a Visa Electron card,
Just take hand luggage,
Don't take out their insurance,
then,
Remember to check in online,
Print out your boarding pass and take it with you.
and
Robert's your mother's brother!
Just done it!
2 returns for 4p (their computer can't cope with 0p.)
#3
robot1000
Surely they can't say it's free and then charge you Card fees!

I've just tried it and they want to charge me a £10 card fee for the 2p flight, which is supposed to be free anyway.

That is completely absurd
#4
There is no charge if you use the VISA ELECTRON card.

The Co-op Bank is one of the places which issues them.
#5
Also the Halifax issues them, I have had one of these cards for years. :)
#6
robot1000
I've just tried it and they want to charge me a £10 card fee for the 2p flight, which is supposed to be free anyway.

That is completely absurd



£10.02 for a flight, what a rip-off!!! (Sarcasm :w00t: Marvelous)

OR use a visa electron and there's no card fee you wally!
#7
use entropay if you havent got a visa electron!
#8
LOL. I knew this would happen :)

Went through the booking (and I do have an Electron Card), my 2p flight resulted in £67.50. Ryan Air hey!
#9
My 2 x 2p returns are coming up at £20.04 but really that's still not bad. Just a marketing rip-off to advertise them at 1p.
#10
I wouldn't fly with Ryanair if they paid me, they're the airline version of those unlicensed cabs that hang around outside nightclubs and pubs at turning out time.
#11
Predikuesi;6183256
LOL. I knew this would happen :)

Went through the booking (and I do have an Electron Card), my 2p flight resulted in £67.50. Ryan Air hey!

Added bags? Incorrect flights?
#12
Did anyone see Mock the Week?

Hilarious bit where one comedian wished he was a barman at the pub Michael O' Leary drinks.

"You'd like a drink, sir? You're in luck, we have a special offer on today - beer is only 49p a pint. Oh you want it in a glass? That'll be £3.00 extra. You've got some head on there too, that'll be an extra £2.00..."

etc etc.

I hate Ryan Air but still a good deal so reluctantly voted hot for those who are brave.
#13
how do i take off the taxes?
#14
I've used them once and (from that very small sample) I didn't have any issues and followed all the guidelines to get the cheapest flights (hand lugage, online check-in, visa electron, etc.).
banned#15
robot1000
I've just tried it and they want to charge me a £10 card fee for the 2p flight, which is supposed to be free anyway.

That is completely absurd


numpty
#16
just tried to book a trip to Dublin which was £134 each.. meh

EDIT: my fault now showing as 1p there and 99p back put one of the dates in wrong.

Although it appears you still have to pay baggage fees and a few other bits and bots but still pretty good deal, would rather just pay it all now rather then being stung with other fees later.
#17
I really am being blonde but i cannot see where to go and excled the insurance etc can anyone help?
#18
Sweet, even if you have to pay the card charges!!!

Thinking about going and coming back the same day if a can find one with a gap, just for the sake of flying!!!

Yes, I am strange! :)
#19
johnmac
There is no charge if you use the VISA ELECTRON card.

The Co-op Bank is one of the places which issues them.

Just do what I did. Get a post office Travel money card and load it up with money and use that...easy peasy. You can use it like any other Visa Card but its free to use on Ryanair. You just cant go over your limit that you have put on it. Go to http://www.postoffice.co.uk/portal/po/landing?catId=19300207 and give it a go. Got my card in 2 days and booked straight away.:thumbsup: I know you have to put on minimum of £50 but you can spend that on anything online too...so its worth it. I keep mine just for Ryaniar flights!!
#20
Trickyjabs
£10.02 for a flight, what a rip-off!!! (Sarcasm :w00t: Marvelous)

OR use a visa electron and there's no card fee you wally!

bykergrove
numpty


You've misunderstood my point.

£10 for a flight is obviously a great deal, BUT they are advertising FREE FLIGHTS on their homepage, so it doesn't make sense that they charge card fees on what is supposed to be a free flight!
#21
Blaiz;6183556
I wouldn't fly with Ryanair if they paid me, they're the airline version of those unlicensed cabs that hang around outside nightclubs and pubs at turning out time.


And you're one of those who put people off flying with them - probably without any experience. Thanks to Ryanair I've been happily having weekend breaks for less than £10 each way for the last 18 months. Venice in 2 weekends time.

If you are thinking about trying a RyanAir flight don't let posts like this put you off. Go and have some fun instead at a very cheap price.

You're not even lining the pockets of the CEO of RyanAir as he must be losing money on these - just make sure you pay on Electron (use Entropay or Post Office travel money card as mentioned if you don't have one) - there's no need for anyone to moan about the card charges when they can be avoided.
#22
lnjk
I really am being blonde but i cannot see where to go and excled the insurance etc can anyone help?


To exclude the insurance, where it asks your nationality you need to select, 'No insurance required', or words to that effect. It's quite well hidden.

Returns flights, Prestwick-Belfast for me in December. 4p for Mrs Verde and myself. Hot.
#23
Just booked flights back from Scotland. Family of 4 for 4p, 2 bags for £20 (grrrr), used friend's Electron, so only £5.01 each.

Now I need to find a cheap way to get there :oops:

Thanks for tip - heat and rep added.
#24
I can see how to avoid the £10 debit card fee but some of the others are unavoidable aren't they?? (£5 online check in, payment handling fee as examples...)

http://i28.tinypic.com/sg511t.jpg
#25
farmergiles;6183814
I can see how to avoid the £10 debit card fee but some of the others are unavoidable aren't they?? (£5 online check in, payment handling fee as examples...)



All fees are avoidable*. You can get flights for 1p. Simpy choose a 1p flight, don't choose any extras and pay by Electron (see above). You can take a 10KG bag full of stuff as long as it is 55cm x 40cm x 20cm or less - which is pretty big.

On these offers online-checkin is free.

* Exceptions being infants. You'll have to wait until they grow up a bit.
#26
I don't think you can argue the toss over the £10 charge or the baggage fee...
#27
Just booked return flights to Dublin from Brum at the Oct for 2 people for only 4p and used my entropaycard, so no £20 card fees.
#28
Blaiz;6183556
I wouldn't fly with Ryanair if they paid me, they're the airline version of those unlicensed cabs that hang around outside nightclubs and pubs at turning out time.
Excellent, less chance of me sitting next to a dullard when I fly.

Just got back from a holiday in Spain,. The flights cost me £40 everyhing included for a family of four. The flights were on time, from airports convenient to me, a great deal.
Now I hate white bread, but I do not feel it necessary to jump on every thread about a cheap loaf and moan on about the advantages of wholegrain. We all know about Ryanair, if you don't like them that's your right but that does not stop this being a hot deal. Just booked a 2p day return to Dublin and a 3p (One czech crown) flight from Prague to Birmingham. Tell me where I could have got those cheaper or accept that a lot of us find this a good deal.
#29
Just booked flights from Scotland to Paris in Nov for me & hubby .... and yes it was only total of 4pence. Now need to find decent/inexpensive hotel etc.. :thumbsup::)
#30
Searcher2
All fees are avoidable*. You can get flights for 1p. Simpy choose a 1p flight, don't choose any extras and pay by Electron (see above). You can take a 10KG bag full of stuff as long as it is 55cm x 40cm x 20cm or less - which is pretty big.

On these offers online-checkin is free.

* Exceptions being infants. You'll have to wait until they grow up a bit.


Ok, cheers for the heads up. I'm guessing taxes aren't avoidable though?
#31
Trickyjabs
£10.02 for a flight, what a rip-off!!! (Sarcasm :w00t: Marvelous)

OR use a visa electron and there's no card fee you wally!


:giggle:
#32
regarding the hand luggage requirements. I have a back pack which is likely to be taller than 55cm (i'd say about 70cm tall). Does the staff will actually stop me from boarding (and ask for fee surchage) even if i can still fit it in the plane luggage compartment?
#33
farmergiles;6184047
Ok, cheers for the heads up. I'm guessing taxes aren't avoidable though?



YES YES YES YES. Just do as I said. Just choose a 1p flight. How do you think people are saying they have flights for 4p for 2 return?????
#34
Dickie boy
Ryan air suck.

You only have to listen to the gypo CEO trying to justify their sharp practice week in week out!


Ethically I don't think you are allowed to call him a 'Gypo'. Leprechaun is ok though :thumbsup:

p.s. I've used this offer in the past to go to Dublin for 2p without any problems so its hot for me.
#35
wiltonson;6184070
regarding the hand luggage requirements. I have a back pack which is likely to be taller than 55cm (i'd say about 70cm tall). Does the staff will actually stop me from boarding (and ask for fee surchage) even if i can still fit it in the plane luggage compartment?


They should ask you to check it in. You may get away with it but why risk it? If the back pack can fold/squash down to 55cm and fit in their 'frame' to check the size you will be fine.
#36
Booked 2 return flights from Bham to Dublin for 4p.. haven't asked the missus yet, but at least she can't tell me off for wasting money! :)
#37
StormB
Booked 2 return flights from Bham to Dublin for 4p.. haven't asked the missus yet, but at least she can't tell me off for wasting money! :)


I would, 4p is 4p ;-) :giggle:
#38
wiltonson
regarding the hand luggage requirements. I have a back pack which is likely to be taller than 55cm (i'd say about 70cm tall). Does the staff will actually stop me from boarding (and ask for fee surchage) even if i can still fit it in the plane luggage compartment?


usually no, they don't check. If the gate staff spot you with an obviously oversized bag or if you cant fit it easily in the overhead then they will likely make you pay to check it.
#39
Predikuesi
LOL. I knew this would happen :)

Went through the booking (and I do have an Electron Card), my 2p flight resulted in £67.50. Ryan Air hey!


Ah yes you got hit with the idiot tax, most of us here can avoid that one.
#40
Can anyone tell me whether they can charge a fee for a 'no show'?

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