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3 Million Seat £3

Check out http://www.ryanair.com/img/cday/100422/cday-GB.gif for proof (Rep to smaua for pointing this out)

Despite people saying it is impossible to get £3 seats it is;

1. Be flexible with regards dates
2. Book with Mastercard Prepaid. If you need one there are some good deals listed on HUKD
3. Ask yourself - do you really need to take hold luggage? 10kg hand luggage should be ample for a few days away
4. There are NO online check in fee or taxes to pay with with these seats
5. Don't use priority boarding


Enjoy!
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#1
http://www.ryanair.com/img/cday/100422/cday-GB.gif

If you want to have a look now on the ryanair site the current promotion is £10. Any flight you see when you search that is currently £10 will be included in the £3 sale so long as the seats dont book up.
#2
Hidden Fees and Volcanic Ash Travel Delays: No Thanks
#3
alexandercooper
Hidden Fees and Volcanic Ash Travel Delays: No Thanks


Agreed!
#4
alexandercooper
Hidden Fees and Volcanic Ash Travel Delays: No Thanks


:? I dont think ryanair were the only airline affected by volcanic ash
#5
plus baggage, tax, and whatever else they care to throw in, by the time the total price comes up, £3 will seem a distant memory
#6
n1ttygr1tty
plus baggage, tax, and whatever else they care to throw in, by the time the total price comes up, £3 will seem a distant memory


As I said in OP. If you are going for a short trip 10kg is more than enough hold luggage is after all only 5kg more.

There are no taxes to pay on these seats. Please read OP
#7
I ordered a £25 voucher last week and booked 2 adults return to dublin on the £6 offer. So for £15 each we got return flights from newcastle to dublin
#8
have some heat

I can read, seems some cant
#9
chrissafc
I ordered a £25 voucher last week and booked 2 adults return to dublin on the £6 offer. So for £15 each we got return flights from newcastle to dublin


mrwhitelabel
have some heat

I can read, seems some cant


:thumbsup: I am by no means ryanairs biggest fan. I find some of their tactics terrible, but if you play the game you get cheap flights. I travel with them 12times a year at least and have never paid taxes, online check in feed or exceeded £10 a ticket.
#10
Thinking of flying Ryanair? Consider how they consider YOU - from today's news:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1267825/Iceland-volcano-Ryanair-wont-pay-compensation-says-OLeary.html

Mr O'Leary said he would wait for his day in court and only reimburse travellers the original price of their air fare and no more - a blatant refusal to abide by strict EU consumer rules.

'There's no legislation designed that says any airline getting a fare of 30 euro (£26) should be reimbursing passengers many thousands of euro for hotel accommodation. It's absurd.'
#11
I don't think Ryanair should foot the bills for people stranded, it isn't his fault.
#12
gstok
Thinking of flying Ryanair? Consider how they consider YOU - from today's news:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-1267825/Iceland-volcano-Ryanair-wont-pay-compensation-says-OLeary.html

Mr O'Leary said he would wait for his day in court and only reimburse travellers the original price of their air fare and no more - a blatant refusal to abide by strict EU consumer rules.

'There's no legislation designed that says any airline getting a fare of 30 euro (£26) should be reimbursing passengers many thousands of euro for hotel accommodation. It's absurd.'


They aren't the only airline refusing. He is the only one silly enough to come out and state point blank to the press.
#13
I have had some cracking deals before with Ryanair.... i have had many flights from 1p - £1
#14
yeah its been a while now since the 1p - think it was last summer now.
#15
Says £6 one way now
#16
jazzy639
Says £6 one way now


Still getting £3 here. Anyone else?

http://www.ryanair.com/img/cday/100422/cday-GB.gif
#17
jazzy639
Says £6 one way now

Starts 22nd did you not read the tittle ?
#18
cbryanp
Still getting £3 here. Anyone else?

http://www.ryanair.com/img/cday/100422/cday-GB.gif
Lazy :thumbsup:
#19
By the time you add on taxes these jokers aren't that much cheaper than their rivals who don't treat you like dirt.

I guess some people love the notion of flying for a couple of quid but at the end of the day you are only fooling yourself.
#20
scoff
I have had some cracking deals before with Ryanair.... i have had many flights from 1p - £1


Living in the past there!

And no more Visa Electron to avoid their booking fee!
#21
pot_belly
By the time you add on taxes these jokers aren't that much cheaper than their rivals who don't treat you like dirt.

I guess some people love the notion of flying for a couple of quid but at the end of the day you are only fooling yourself.
You dont get no taxes with these fares If you have nothing constructive to say then don't bother.
You can fly for £6 return today but tomorrow it will only be £3 return what more do you want :?
#22
waterloo
You dont get no taxes with these fares If you have nothing constructive to say then don't bother.
You can fly for £6 return today but tomorrow it will only be £3 return what more do you want :?


Guess I missed the title, but isn't it due to be £3 one way so £6 return?
#23
waterloo
You dont get no taxes with these fares If you have nothing constructive to say then don't bother.
You can fly for £6 return today but tomorrow it will only be £3 return what more do you want :?


Bet you can't!
#24
WalterSmith
Living in the past there!

And no more Visa Electron to avoid their booking fee!


prepaid mastercard now to avoid the fees, it aint hard.
#25
scoff
prepaid mastercard now to avoid the fees, it aint hard.
These ryanair haters are not the brightest bunch, as you say its not hard to get the deals if you want them. Every bloody time we get a ryainair post people come on saying the same old things i have read over 100 ryanair threads and always get the same old posters giving it ryanair are crap, add on the fees/taxes, not available for my dates/airport , etc etc its really boring.
#26
Hot.

Off topic, but I don't see why any airline should be responsible for the entire expense incurred by passengers if for no fault of their own the planes are not allowed to take off due to a natural disaster.
#27
The offer is 3 seats at 3 Million pounds each..........
#28
antenna
The offer is 3 seats at 3 Million pounds each..........


You better read this quick as my posts are being removed for no valid reason
#29
pot_belly
By the time you add on taxes these jokers aren't that much cheaper than their rivals who don't treat you like dirt.

I guess some people love the notion of flying for a couple of quid but at the end of the day you are only fooling yourself.


Hmmmmm

I'm flying on may 20th from newcastle to dublin and returning may 23rd. 2 adults. £6 each way would have cost £22 in total with the £5 each way tax. instead i just bought a £25 voucher for £30 and paid the flight that way meaning it worked out at £15 each. absolute bargain when rail fare to london from where i live up in durham would be around about £150 each.
#30
Sad that these thread always end up this way. If people would just educate themselves about how to play the game...but then again the more sheep there are the more cheap seats for us :)
#31
cbryanp
Sad that these thread always end up this way. If people would just educate themselves about how to play the game...but then again the more sheep there are the more cheap seats for us :)


+1
#32
What voucher did you buy?

I bought a prepaid Visa Electron but as I only bought £1 fares I ended up with £15 left on it when Ryanair changed to Mastercard so I woul dbe happy to just get a £30 voucher and use that for bookings? Is it bought from Ryanair?

chrissafc
Hmmmmm

I'm flying on may 20th from newcastle to dublin and returning may 23rd. 2 adults. £6 each way would have cost £22 in total with the £5 each way tax. instead i just bought a £25 voucher for £30 and paid the flight that way meaning it worked out at £15 each. absolute bargain when rail fare to london from where i live up in durham would be around about £150 each.
#33
Gift Vouchers are available at http://www.ryanair.com/en/vouchers however there is a £5 admin fee (surprise surprise)

Maybe you could order a prepaid mastercard using the funds on your electron?
#34
aerotec
What voucher did you buy?

I bought a prepaid Visa Electron but as I only bought £1 fares I ended up with £15 left on it when Ryanair changed to Mastercard so I woul dbe happy to just get a £30 voucher and use that for bookings? Is it bought from Ryanair?
The voucher link on the website is down at the minute maybe from there ? You can still use the £15 on the electron card don't leave it on the card to expire.
#35
I'll take a look, thanks. What is the minimum load the prepaid MCs require? The Visa Electron was £50.

cbryanp
Gift Vouchers are available at http://www.ryanair.com/en/vouchers however there is a £5 admin fee (surprise surprise)

Maybe you could order a prepaid mastercard using the funds on your electron?
#37
cheapo
Hot.

Off topic, but I don't see why any airline should be responsible for the entire expense incurred by passengers if for no fault of their own the planes are not allowed to take off due to a natural disaster.


Ryanair choose to operate a business in a regulated market they can't pick and choose which regulations they want to abide by.

A traveller might choose to fly in europe because they understand that the law says they are protected, only to find that Ryanair consider themselves above the law.

Some airlines charge higher prices so that there is a built in indemnity against these situations, Ryanair gamble against it charging lower prices, they take a risk it's their fault.

If you turn up 1 minute late for your flight checkin because of a natural disaster, Ryanair would say "tough, those are the rules" and charge you a pile extra to transfer onto another flight.

I hope the EU say "tough" to Ryanair,
#38
androoski
Ryanair choose to operate a business in a regulated market they can't pick and choose which regulations they want to abide by.

A traveller might choose to fly in europe because they understand that the law says they are protected, only to find that Ryanair consider themselves above the law.

Some airlines charge higher prices so that there is a built in indemnity against these situations, Ryanair gamble against it charging lower prices, they take a risk it's their fault.

If you turn up 1 minute late for your flight checkin because of a natural disaster, Ryanair would say "tough, those are the rules" and charge you a pile extra to transfer onto another flight.

I hope the EU say "tough" to Ryanair,


Its important to note that Ryanair are by no means the only ones that refused to pay for accomodation.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/travel/article7103299.ece
#39
I am trying to find an online retailer I can use it with as I don't know the pin number. I'll go try Amazon as been meaning to see if they take Electron.

waterloo
The voucher link on the website is down at the minute maybe from there ? You can still use the £15 on the electron card don't leave it on the card to expire.
#40
Thx for the links, have some rep.

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