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Ryanair today announced that it will open two new Italian bases, in Alghero and Cagliari, in March 2009.

To celebrate these two new bases and routes, Ryanair today released one million ? (all inclusive) seats for travel in November, December and January.

These seats (which include all taxes and charges) are available for booking on http://www.ryanair.com until midnight, Thursday, October 23.
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#1
Thanks & welcome to HUKD eire og :)
#2
Hi...good deal but the £5 seats do not all include taxes and charges...just beware and their fee for using cards to pay!!
#3
not if you use visa electron....
#4
blondiegirl76
Hi...good deal but the £5 seats do not all include taxes and charges...just beware and their fee for using cards to pay!!

they do
#5
eire og;3251978
not if you use visa electron....

They do charge a fee for use of this card. We travel to Dublin several times a year.

Also, the seats are only one way. We have been hit with this a few times in the past.

Welcome to HUKD btw. :)

Just found a free flights for the dates adverised. Total cost ---- £32.99!
#7
andy math
they do

Just booked mine and the flight was £5 each way and £5 charges and tax each way........£8 to pay by Visa Debit so a grand total of £28.....
I'm not saying it's not a bad deal but just don't get carried away!!
#8
Sorry my bad... they do charge £5... this must have changed recently??:oops:
#9
eire og;3252063
Sorry my bad... they do charge £5... this must have changed recently??:oops:


They always have (well at least the last few years).
#10
A Visa Electron is exempt from payment charges / fees.
#11
The Halifax have an easycash account which supplies you with the Visa Electron card. I have saved a lot of money by having it especially for booking with Ryanair.
#12
I went to the post office and got a sterling travel card which is a visa electron. There is a minimum top up of £50 and it costs £3 each time you top it up. I use this to pay for my flights as I travel to dublin at least once a month with the kids and although I often get 'cheap' flights when I was having to pay debit card charges it became extortionate!!! I would recommend this to beat those silly charges!
#13
cough cough........ apologies .........cough ;-)
#14
I'm sure when I got this email earlier it said 5 euros?

It now says £5 on my email - how is that possible?

I know in the past when we have travelled to Dublin we have paid in Euros and it worked out cheaper
#15
I'd recommend using a Credit Card for booking flights as if they go bust you end up with nothing, but the Credit Card company will insure the item for you, whereas debit cards do nothing.
#16
I'm sure when I got this email earlier it said 5 euros?

It now says £5 on my email - how is that possible?

I know in the past when we have travelled to Dublin we have paid in Euros and it worked out cheaper


this is because defaulted to the UK part of the site, click on english(ireland) on the top right hand side, it should then bring you euro prices. however if you are resident in the uk im not sure sure if you can pay in euro?
#17
Fat Bird
I'd recommend using a Credit Card for booking flights as if they go bust you end up with nothing, but the Credit Card company will insure the item for you, whereas debit cards do nothing.


Only above £100. See 1974 Consumer Credit Act.
#18
czechoslovakia;3252609
Only above £100. See 1974 Consumer Credit Act.


I'm sure that even with the flight being £5 the "extras" added on would cost more than £100 for 2 people.
#19
Another ryanair marketing ploy ryanair=dfs :whistling:
#20
Fat Bird;3252623
I'm sure that even with the flight being £5 the "extras" added on would cost more than £100 for 2 people.


In October we went to Dublin for 2 nights (£25 for 2 hand luggage) and Girona for 4 nights (£88 for 2 including 1 hold bag). It would have been less if I had one of the aforementioned Posst Office cards. Will be looking into the Coop and Halifax to get a normal Electron card.
#21
Mijooly
I'm sure when I got this email earlier it said 5 euros?

It now says £5 on my email - how is that possible?

I know in the past when we have travelled to Dublin we have paid in Euros and it worked out cheaper


easy they change dthe jpg which was being downloaded in the email. note the subject of the email stil says 5 euro.
#22
i cant believe some people's tightassedness!! the fact is if you do it right you can get a flight for £5 to a different country IMHO thats more than a good deal.... get the boat or better still walk home....
#23
Actually it'd be better for us all if you "tightassedness" people stayed at home :).
#24
blondiegirl76
Just booked mine and the flight was £5 each way and £5 charges and tax each way........£8 to pay by Visa Debit so a grand total of £28.....
I'm not saying it's not a bad deal but just don't get carried away!!

sorry just looked there charging £5 tax each way now still you dont have to pay card fees if you use electron card i use co op one easy to get still cheap though

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