Ryanair flights from £2.50, 75% off until midnight 02.02.09 - HotUKDeals
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#1
GREAT DEALS!!!!

I just bought return tickets for 2 adult for 2 diffrent destinations for 70£!!!

GREAT!!!!!!:w00t::w00t::w00t:
#2
heh, sending the wife to a different location eh?

I just managed Frankfurt for a weekend at a grand total of £2.50 plus £27.03 taxes (return flight) ... and I have somewhere to stay for free :-)
#3
cue people moaning about non-existent taxes because they don't read their screen properly.
#4
flight to dublin - £10 from newcastle
retun flight - £22.40

stopping 3 nights... bargain..

anyone know when the NEXT ryanair/easyjet sale is as Im looking to go over in March/April but have confirmed times. Are these current flights fully refundable?
#5
Disco
flight to dublin - £10 from newcastle
retun flight - £22.40

stopping 3 nights... bargain..

anyone know when the NEXT ryanair/easyjet sale is as Im looking to go over in March/April but have confirmed times. Are these current flights fully refundable?


No Ryan Air do not refund flights. If you write to them about 300 times you might get your taxes back but that is about it.
#6
STUNG!!!!

Just ordered flights to Dublin that were £10 all the way through. Wasn't until I received the confirmation email (despite getting "Your session has been locked") that I notice I've been charged £29 !!

The fee added on for using a maestro card?!

Having been back through the process, the price very subtley and sneakily updates itself when you select your payment card.

In fact, bizarrely the only payment type that doesn't incur extra cost is a Visa Electron! The one benefit from owning that card I imagine.

Of course overall the flights are still very cheap, but I'm pretty ****** off at the underhanded method they employ to cream some more money out of you!:x
#7
How much does it ACUALY cost Ryanair to take a visa card payment? I have just had a similar argument with CentreParcs. I think this is similar to companies advertising a price without VAT - it should be stopped.
#8
flashish
STUNG!!!!

Just ordered flights to Dublin that were £10 all the way through. Wasn't until I received the confirmation email (despite getting "Your session has been locked") that I notice I've been charged £29 !!

The fee added on for using a maestro card?!

Having been back through the process, the price very subtley and sneakily updates itself when you select your payment card.

In fact, bizarrely the only payment type that doesn't incur extra cost is a Visa Electron! The one benefit from owning that card I imagine.

Of course overall the flights are still very cheap, but I'm pretty ****** off at the underhanded method they employ to cream some more money out of you!:x


:whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:
#9
I love the Ryanair threads. So much anger in them it's unbelievable. :p
banned#10
I'm trying to find anything from 'about 14th-17th Feb' (dates totally flexible from 13th+ tho) but can't find anything :( Been looking or the last hour now.

All add up to expensive when you see the taxes.
#11
ERU
I'm trying to find anything from 'about 14th-17th Feb' (dates totally flexible from 13th+ tho) but can't find anything :( Been looking or the last hour now.

All add up to expensive when you see the taxes.


From ryanair website,

Blackout Period: 12th Feb '09 - 23rd Feb '09 to/from Ireland/UK
#12
sizzler82;4231040
From ryanair website,

Blackout Period: 12th Feb '09 - 23rd Feb '09 to/from Ireland/UK


That is school half term so you are unlikely to find cheap deals for that week.
#13
melcarroll
That is school half term so you are unlikely to find cheap deals for that week.


That's why it's a blackout period as posted.
#14
You can get flights Leeds Bradford to Dublin for a fiver return, inclusive of all taxes.

Fly out on a Monday / Tuesday or Wednesday ,and return Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday and its a tenner for me and the missus.

Can't get a taxi home at the end of a night out for that !
#15
flashish;4229765
STUNG!!!!

Just ordered flights to Dublin that were £10 all the way through. Wasn't until I received the confirmation email (despite getting "Your session has been locked") that I notice I've been charged £29 !!

The fee added on for using a maestro card?!

Having been back through the process, the price very subtley and sneakily updates itself when you select your payment card.

In fact, bizarrely the only payment type that doesn't incur extra cost is a Visa Electron! The one benefit from owning that card I imagine.

Of course overall the flights are still very cheap, but I'm pretty ****** off at the underhanded method they employ to cream some more money out of you!:x

I know exactly what you mean and I too think it is bang out of order to sneak the card charges onto the final cost the way they do. Luckily for me I noticed after I had typed in my card details that the amount being charged had changed from the total cost quoted further up the page....without explanation. However, now I have a Visa Electron card so no problem...still sneaky though especially when the rest of the charges are more visible.
#16
These are great deals. Partner is currently in Nantes with his son (having a ball), will be off to Krakow with his daughter and we're off to Milan and Turin.

BTW, if anyone wants to get their own electron card which you can use today to book flights, saving yourself £5 fees per person, per flight, PM me and I'll tell you how to get one.
#17
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z106/emasu/FWR.png
[COLOR=Red][SIZE=5]*TIP*:- [/SIZE][/COLOR]to achieve the cheapest flight, you need to make sure:-

You select 0 bags & online check in
You pay via Visa Electron
You do have valid Photo ID for your flight (standard stuff)
You do not want to be one of the first people to board the plane (ie you do NOT want priority boarding)
And you do not want travel insurance. It initially displays “United Kingdom”. Click on it, and scroll upwards to find “No travel insurance required”.


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#18
My partner and I will be flying to Dublin for a long weekend. After using an electron card the total cost of return flights is £10.

I feel used. To whom should I complain?

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