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Ryanair £2 flights are back,book until Monday,travel from 1st Jan for £2 each way on quite a few routes,you nead to add your usual Ryanair charges for debit cards,luggage ect,but seems a good deal with quite a few flights avaliable for a change.
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#1
add charges for checkin,luggage,debit/credit cards, food, drink, toilet, tax, be able to breath on aircraft, being able to talk on aircraft, access to emergency oxygen/slide, fuel, oil and any other charge they can trump up to bump the price up.
#2
heat added...i recently took advantage of the 1p flights and booked myself and my other half a trip to the Algarve..we had a blast..more so because of what we paid for the trip...thanks to someone here i signed up for an Entropay card...saved myself having to pay any CC charges/handling fees.

http://www.entropay.com/
#3
trisham3838
heat added...i recently took advantage of the 1p flights and booked myself and my other half a trip to the Algarve..we had a blast..more so because of what we paid for the trip...thanks to someone here i signed up for an Entropay card...saved myself having to pay any CC charges/handling fees.

http://www.entropay.com/


I looked at that before and it seems to be Mastercard or Visa Debit, I can't see a virtual Electron card?
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when paying for the flights you need to click the "visa electron" tab...not surehow it works,but Ryanair accept it as an Electron,so you wont be charged any fees apart from what it costs to load the actual card...from what i remember it cost me somethin like £1.38 to put £30.00 on the card
#5
rob585
add charges for checkin,luggage,debit/credit cards, food, drink, toilet, tax, be able to breath on aircraft, being able to talk on aircraft, access to emergency oxygen/slide, fuel, oil and any other charge they can trump up to bump the price up.


Or of course you could pay for none of that stuff like I do. Why come on here just to express your ill informed opinion. I bet you have never even flown with them.
#6
thedan
I looked at that before and it seems to be Mastercard or Visa Debit, I can't see a virtual Electron card?


The Visa debit works as an electron. However Ryan Air will be switching to mastercard as the free payment method soon. Entropay are introducing a virtual mastercard so all will be fine.
#7
rob585
add charges for checkin,luggage,debit/credit cards, food, drink, toilet, tax, be able to breath on aircraft, being able to talk on aircraft, access to emergency oxygen/slide, fuel, oil and any other charge they can trump up to bump the price up.


theres always one!
#8
trisham3838
when paying for the flights you need to click the "visa electron" tab...not surehow it works,but Ryanair accept it as an Electron,so you wont be charged any fees apart from what it costs to load the actual card...from what i remember it cost me somethin like £1.38 to put £30.00 on the card


A real Electron card is best, but for those of us without one I think Entropay charge something like 5% to load your card - cost me 50p to put £10 on - much cheaper than Ryanairs fees.

You need to make sure you select the correct flights - they'll show as "Free Online Check-in" and you won't need to pay any extras - Ryanair do have fares that show as "No Taxes" on these you WILL be charged for check-in... but this is all clearly shown as you select the flights...
#9
lol....if you are new to flying with them then heres a few tips to save yourself getting "ripped off"

1/ book with an Entropay card if you dont have an Electron (you can sign up there and then and use it immediately)
2/ dont book any suitcases..just take advantage of the 10kgs hand luggage allowance,and if travelling in winter,do what i did and travel in your heavier clothes,not only will your hand luggage be well under its allowance,you'll be nice and warm too
3/ make sure all your toiletries are kept in a re-sealable bag that measures no more than 20cm by 20 cm or you will be told to purchase some from the machine which sits at the other end of security,they cost £1.00 for 4 and you can always just chuck em back in your hold all for next time Ryanair are doing cheap flights and you wanna take advantage
4/ have used Travel Republic now on a few occasions and they definately come up as cheapest when booking hotels/accomodation
5/ as yet Ryanair dont charge for peeing,but if and when they do decide to,make sure you pee before boarding the plane and try not to eat or drink on board that way not only will it save you paying a £1.00 for the privelage,it will also save you a small fortune on drinks and sarnies and anything else you can purchase on board

now,am guessing some of you will have other handy tips on how to save.Feel free to add them :p
#10
magicbeans
theres always one!


:lol: Don't feed the trolls :whistling:

trisham3838
lol....if you are new to flying with them then heres a few tips to save yourself getting "ripped off"

1/ book with an Entropay card if you dont have an Electron (you can sign up there and then and use it immediately)
2/ dont book any suitcases..just take advantage of the 10kgs hand luggage allowance,and if travelling in winter,do what i did and travel in your heavier clothes,not only will your hand luggage be well under its allowance,you'll be nice and warm too
3/ make sure all your toiletries are kept in a re-sealable bag that measures no more than 20cm by 20 cm or you will be told to purchase some from the machine which sits at the other end of security,they cost £1.00 for 4 and you can always just chuck em back in your hold all for next time Ryanair are doing cheap flights and you wanna take advantage
4/ have used Travel Republic now on a few occasions and they definately come up as cheapest when booking hotels/accomodation
5/ as yet Ryanair dont charge for peeing,but if and when they do decide to,make sure you pee before boarding the plane and try not to eat or drink on board that way not only will it save you paying a £1.00 for the privelage,it will also save you a small fortune on drinks and sarnies and anything else you can purchase on board

now,am guessing some of you will have other handy tips on how to save.Feel free to add them :p


Great list :thumbsup:

You could add:

6/ Don't pay for priority boarding - just get on very late - they always seem to keep the first and last half-dozen rows empty on take-off and landing. As soon as the seat belt light goes off jump into the empty seats and you can get a whole row to yourself and take a nap. Even if the plane is totally full and there aren't empty rows you get to sit with some interesting new person and not your boring partner ;-)
#11
rob585
add charges for checkin,luggage,debit/credit cards, food, drink, toilet, tax, be able to breath on aircraft, being able to talk on aircraft, access to emergency oxygen/slide, fuel, oil and any other charge they can trump up to bump the price up.


Any chance of a yawn emoticon on this site?
#12
From the first of January 2010 Ryanair will charge for using Electron, apparently prepaid Mastercards will be the only free credit card booking method.
#13
6/ Don't pay for priority boarding - just get on very late - they always seem to keep the first and last half-dozen rows empty on take-off and landing. As soon as the seat belt light goes off jump into the empty seats and you can get a whole row to yourself and take a nap. Even if the plane is totally full and there aren't empty rows you get to sit with some interesting new person and not your boring partner

oh yeah,almost forgot about that one...better still,wear a good pair of trainers,not only will it also save on weight and space in your holdall,as the "priority boarders" get about a 2 minute headstart you can run ahead of them and be on the plane and seated before they have even reached the stairs :whistling:
#14
Also my best tip seating tip is go to the back of the plane. Almost everyone queues at the front so you can get a seat right by the rear exit allowing you to get off faster too!
#15
Great deal Jan 21st - Jan 28th Stansted to Ibiza £4 return lucky I have an electron card.
#16
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