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Ryanair flight sale at £2 each way inc tax and checkin. If you cant be bothered to search for the 2 quid flights dont bother to complain Some useful information to aide in the search: Booking Per… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Ryanair flight sale at £2 each way inc tax and checkin.
If you cant be bothered to search for the 2 quid flights dont bother to complain

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Booking Period: Tue 24 Nov 09 - Fri 27 Nov 09
Travel Period: Mon 14 Dec 09 - Sun 28 Feb 10
Applicable Days: Mon - Sun (subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: Travel from 14 Dec 09
Blackout Period: Fri 12 Feb 10 - Mon 22 Feb 10 from/to Ireland/UK
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#1
Can't seem to vote this hot??

Anyway, always impressed with Ryanair for their prices. No it's not everyone's cuppa tea, and no I personally can't find a £2 flight when I need it over XMAS, but that doesn't stop the service being great.

Granted lots of people have complaints about them, but the only people you're likely to hear from are the people with bad experiences, there's doubtlessly thousands if not millions of satisfied customers who fly with Ryanair.

Flights get cancelled and delayed on all airlines regardless of how much you pay. But if people end up getting stung on a no frills airline, because they want to take too much onto the plane with them and can't be arsed to check before they board that's their fault.

I'm finding it all so amusing these days to watch people argue with Sevis air (et al) when their obviously overstuffed bags won't find in the sizer at the gate.
#2
I found some the othr day for £2 from bristol to Marakesh on 8th December coming back on 12th was very tempted
#3
Cheers for the heads up. Went to Sweden last month for 2p. Going to Morocco just before Xmas for £20 for 2. I'll have a look what I can bag for January!
#4
Hot from me........awaits comments from idiots who don't abide by restrictions & don't CHECK availability thouroughly :x

To cheer this post up:

http://uploadpsd.com/file/54386.jpg :whistling::whistling:
#5
has anyone been to rome (ciampino) and know how far the centre is from the airport please?
#6
Birmingham - Prague for £4 return.... and some loons will vote this cold
1 Like #7
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?
#8
REXISMYDOG;6984975
has anyone been to rome (ciampino) and know how far the centre is from the airport please?


Have you tried googling for info on the airport? I usually find that there are airport guides about public transport etc. for every airport I search for.
#9
thanks searcher - ive just looke and there are cheap flights out to rome but no cheap ones returning !!!!
#10
Cheap_n_Nicety
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?
:giggle::giggle:

AND the leccy to run the pc checking :roll: also paper to print your own fecking boarding pass off :x
#11
Ciampino is about a 35 min taxi ride away. Think it cost us 75euro for a return taxi to and from the airport when we went. The Leonardo da Vinci airport is just as far away though, if not further - so this isn't an instance of Ryanair using unknown airports miles away from the destination.

Anyway, I think you can book a terravision coach transfer into Rome from Ciampino for just a few quid.
#12
Cheap_n_Nicety
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?


Please show me any holiday or flight company that will pay for your suitcases, spending money and petrol to the airport and then maybe your point will be valid!!! Everyone has to pay these for EVERY holiday!!!

Some people always find something to complain about! Next someone will complain that they have to pay for the flights themselves!!!

Good deal, voted hot.
#13
Cheap_n_Nicety
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?


some people make me wonder !!!! :thinking::thinking::thinking:
#14
t0mW
Ciampino is about a 35 min taxi ride away. Think it cost us 75euro for a return taxi to and from the airport when we went. The Leonardo da Vinci airport is just as far away though, if not further - so this isn't an instance of Ryanair using unknown airports miles away from the destination.
Anyway, I think you can book a terravision coach transfer into Rome from Ciampino for just a few quid.


The coach is four euros each way and leaves from right outside the station.
#15
REXISMYDOG;6985209
some people make me wonder !!!! :thinking::thinking::thinking:



Methinks Cheap_n_Nicety is taking the proverbial out of all the people that come on here and complain about the extras on Ryanair deals - largely without any practical experience of Ryanair flights.
#16
McHotpoon;6985173
Please show me any holiday or flight company that will pay for your suitcases, spending money and petrol to the airport and then maybe your point will be valid!!! Everyone has to pay these for EVERY holiday!!!

Some people always find something to complain about! Next someone will complain that they have to pay for the flights themselves!!!

Good deal, voted hot.


Oh dear your sarcasm meter is faulty
#17
Cheap_n_Nicety
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?


How can that make this cold? :?
£2 or £102 its a good deal. If you fly anywhere you need to by these 'extras'.

Thanks OP :whistling:

-D
#18
McHotpoon
Please show me any holiday or flight company that will pay for your suitcases, spending money and petrol to the airport and then maybe your point will be valid!!! Everyone has to pay these for EVERY holiday!!!

Some people always find something to complain about! Next someone will complain that they have to pay for the flights themselves!!!

Good deal, voted hot.


Think you'll find the reply was meant as fun ( i believe) , but some people oh HUKD have no sense of humour.:whistling:
#19
I thought it was pretty obvious that Cheap_n_Nicety's comment was heavily sarcastic :?

EDIT: looks like several people beat me to it.
#20
owldin08
Think you'll find the reply was meant as fun ( i believe) , but some people oh HUKD have no sense of humour.:whistling:


I do have a sense of humour but the way it was said, it appeared a geniune post and not someone joking around. OK, missed the intended sarcasm but I see I wasnt the only one. I think that people complain about things so much that this could have just as easily been a serious post!
#21
very good deal, shame I booked some tickets over weekend when they were 5£ all in... anyway 30£ return for three people is much less than I expected to pay
#22
It is a reprihensible business model to allow some to fly for less than the price of the fuel they use, whilst penalising less savvy travellers with unexpected hidden costs.
#23
Cheap_n_Nicety
Cold from me.

The price listed doesn't include the cost of buying suitcases, spending money, or petrol/train getting to the airport, to name just some 'extras'. Also I have a journey from my house of at least an hour to the airport - how is that convenient for me?


bosh
How can that make this cold? :?
£2 or £102 its a good deal. If you fly anywhere you need to by these 'extras'.


To quote benjyyy, I think your sarcasm meter may be faulty :w00t:
#24
big-boy
:AND the leccy to run the pc checking :roll: also paper to print your own fecking boarding pass off :x


Not to mention all the printer ink/toner required. It doesn't grow on trees ya know - unlike the paper :p
#25
MilkyJoe
It is a reprihensible business model to allow some to fly for less than the price of the fuel they use, whilst penalising less savvy travellers with unexpected hidden costs.


Is stupidity an excuse for paying full price :?
#26
Does anyone know if you can add a suitcases at a later date? I know you can book them in at the airport which is more expensive again. I don't want to book a flight with a suitcase now but if i find a week before I need a suitcase can I add it to my booking for the same price?
#27
t0mW
Ciampino is about a 35 min taxi ride away. Think it cost us 75euro for a return taxi to and from the airport when we went. The Leonardo da Vinci airport is just as far away though, if not further - so this isn't an instance of Ryanair using unknown airports miles away from the destination.

Anyway, I think you can book a terravision coach transfer into Rome from Ciampino for just a few quid.


yes, we booked a return journey on the terravision coach, fantastic service! cost about 8 or 9 euros return. Drops you right in the centre of Rome
#28
This would be a good deal for me as have found a £2 flight from Birmingham to Biarittz. Ryan air want to charge £20 for my baby to sit on my knee with no hand luggage allowance. How can this be? Does anyone know if you can buy an adult seat for a baby and then just sit them on your knee anyway?
#29
McHotpoon
Please show me any holiday or flight company that will pay for your suitcases, spending money and petrol to the airport and then maybe your point will be valid!!! Everyone has to pay these for EVERY holiday!!!

Some people always find something to complain about! Next someone will complain that they have to pay for the flights themselves!!!

Good deal, voted hot.


REXISMYDOG
some people make me wonder !!!! :thinking::thinking::thinking:


Nurse get me 10CC's of sarcasm comprehension STAT. Between you two you used 12 exclamation marks but 0 signs of understanding....
#30
charlieb
This would be a good deal for me as have found a £2 flight from Birmingham to Biarittz. Ryan air want to charge £20 for my baby to sit on my knee with no hand luggage allowance. How can this be? Does anyone know if you can buy an adult seat for a baby and then just sit them on your knee anyway?


Leave the baby at home and have a dirty weekend (maybe incorporate 'protection' on this occasion to avoid further Ryan Air surcharges on future flights?)
#31
MilkyJoe;6985304
It is a reprihensible business model to allow some to fly for less than the price of the fuel they use, whilst penalising less savvy travellers with unexpected hidden costs.


Not unlike the train service we have in this country then!!! And that is more of an issue as people do tend to plan holidays abroad in advance but not regional travel which can subsitute the use of a car.

Tom Wrigglesworth (comedian) said something along the lines of "know you are going to go to London in 3 months time - that'll be £10.... decide to go tomorrow and we will fiscally rape you".

Get something done about that and I'll give you as much reputation as you like.

Anyway - they are not hidden costs. They are displayed on the website. They don't magically appear after you have chosen all your options. You get to choose how many bags you take on, whether you want insurance etc. The only one that's a bit suspect is the online check-in which I agree should be included in the initial price.
#32
Joto
Does anyone know if you can add a suitcases at a later date? I know you can book them in at the airport which is more expensive again. I don't want to book a flight with a suitcase now but if i find a week before I need a suitcase can I add it to my booking for the same price?


Yes you can however there would be a £35 excess baggage charge



And also a £70 Admin fee

And a £45 Processing fee

And a £55 Baggage drop facility fee

And a £65 late alteration fee

And a £60 late payment authorisation fee

And a £90 fee to change your booking

meaning the total cost would be....


eerrr...

£470..... plus £250

Call it 900, yeah, £900.

Then there's the late payment fee when you pay your £900, that'll be another £50, making it an even £1000, Plus "fees" Bringing your total bill to £1500 for the extra suitcase.
#33
has anyone been to the Sweden one? what's it like? how far away is the airport from the main places to stay? I've heard Sweden is expensive how much is accomodation, meals, drinks etc?
1 Like #34
caz1cool
has anyone been to the Sweden one? what's it like? how far away is the airport from the main places to stay? I've heard Sweden is expensive how much is accomodation, meals, drinks etc?


i find this link helpfull: google
#35
Not too bad, I'm quite tempted by Barcelona or something in the not too distant future, I haven't had a lot of luck so far with budget airlines though.
#36
McHotpoon
Please show me any holiday or flight company that will pay for your suitcases, spending money and petrol to the airport and then maybe your point will be valid!!! Everyone has to pay these for EVERY holiday!!!

Some people always find something to complain about! Next someone will complain that they have to pay for the flights themselves!!!

Good deal, voted hot.


Oh dear:oops:
#37
Seriously tho,

Ryanair is a simple, fool proof airline.

The only people that get stung are the fools.

Just know the rules, play their game, and you get to see Europe and North West Africa, for pennies.

Earlier this year we went to Jerez in southern spain for 2p rtn

Just came back from Oslo to see the Northern lights - 2p rtn

My next flight is this saturday to Germany to see the Christmas markets, 2p rtn.

Then flights to Glasgow to see in the New Year - Scottish style - Hootenanny!!!! - 2p rtn

Then we're off to Morocco in January - £10 rtn.

And I'm now looking at getting away for a few days in March time - I'll let ryanair's prices decide where I go!
#38
Bobzilla
Yes you can however there would be a £35 excess baggage charge



And also a £70 Admin fee

And a £45 Processing fee

And a £55 Baggage drop facility fee

And a £65 late alteration fee

And a £60 late payment authorisation fee

And a £90 fee to change your booking

meaning the total cost would be....


eerrr...

£470..... plus £250

Call it 900, yeah, £900.

Then there's the late payment fee when you pay your £900, that'll be another £50, making it an even £1000, Plus "fees" Bringing your total bill to £1500 for the extra suitcase.


Ha ha ha ha I spat my coffee over the screem laughing at this one!! :thumbsup:
#39
charlieb
This would be a good deal for me as have found a £2 flight from Birmingham to Biarittz. Ryan air want to charge £20 for my baby to sit on my knee with no hand luggage allowance. How can this be? Does anyone know if you can buy an adult seat for a baby and then just sit them on your knee anyway?


No you cant Im afraid. I enquired when we booked our 2p flights to Dublin. Ah well he wil be 2 in March, even cheaper flights for us then :-D
#40
Whenever there is a post for a Ryanair deal. I always have a look at the debate and it really makes me smile. Much better than the actual travelling. Thanks.

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