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2 million seats -travel in October for only £5 inc taxes and charges!

This is my first post - hope it is useful

Fares include taxes, fees and charges
Booking Period: Wed 20th Aug 08 - Sun 24th Aug 08
Travel Period: Wed 01st Oct 08 - Fri 31st Oct 08
Applicable Days: Mon - Thurs & Sat (subject to availability)

Link does not seem to work - it is http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/
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#1
travel period is actually :
Mon 27th Oct 08 - Thu 25th Dec 08 for some routes

too good to be true to include the schoolholidays...
#2
Booked trip to Barcelona (Girona) for myself and my two lads - £54 inc credit card charge! :)
#4
Regular Fare

Depart:
London Stansted 11:30

Arrive:
Palma Mallorca 14:55
2 x Adult 0.00 GBP
1 x Child 0.00 GBP
1 x Infant 16.00 GBP

Fare: 16.00 GBP
Taxes / Fees: 80.55 GBP
Total Price: 96.55 GBP

What a joke! cost of flight £16 for my 4 month old and £0 for the rest of us. Total £96.55!:w00t:

Great deal if you can avoid the taxes.
#5
Cracking deals to be ad...You've just gotta search for the £5.00 deals.
I've just found 14th Oct till 18th Oct from Doncaster to Dublin £10.00 return per adult...!

Pity I've got no time to go...!

Voted SIZZLING HOT...!
#6
mrs_mack;2788225
travel period is actually :
Mon 27th Oct 08 - Thu 25th Dec 08 for some routes

too good to be true to include the schoolholidays...

Surely this DOES include the holiday? Thought half term was 27 - 31st?
#7
highguyuk;2790550
Surely this DOES include the holiday? Thought half term was 27 - 31st?


Holidays are staggered around the country and depending on what school your children go too :)
#8
choc1969;2790554
Holidays are staggered around the country and depending on what school your children go too :)

Good point. :thumbsup:
#9
How can Ryan Air justify £4 per person per flight charge to use ANY electronic method of payment? The flight I wanted - Dublin and back in a day was £43 (admitted a bargain for 2) but £16 to pay via any method via Visa Electron is a complete rip off.

They can keep thier flights.

Last time I will even look at their web page.
#10
How is this £5 the end price is £90+ for 2 adults. This is a misleading deal don't know why it has been voted hot.

Going into EU will cost around this much anyway.
#11
The school holidays says black out periods so not as cheap.
#12
I got 2 flights in October during our half term - liverpool to belfast - for £20 return but charged £16 for paying on my bank card! Still £36 is a great price. Just need a bargain hotel now. Voted hot!
#13
chrisyorkshire
How can Ryan Air justify £4 per person per flight charge to use ANY electronic method of payment? The flight I wanted - Dublin and back in a day was £43 (admitted a bargain for 2) but £16 to pay via any method via Visa Electron is a complete rip off.
Yeah, this is something new. When you say "via", do you mean "except", because I found Electron was the only one not to charge.
zabbyh
How is this £5 the end price is £90+ for 2 adults. This is a misleading deal don't know why it has been voted hot.
Going into EU will cost around this much anyway.
Um, this isn't ALL flights.You have to click through day-by-day until you see the one. I've just got Stansted to Rome for £10 inc, here, which I'm happy with. Not so happy with CC charges nearly doubling the price though! (£18 inc CC charges)
#14
chrisyorkshire
How can Ryan Air justify £4 per person per flight charge to use ANY electronic method of payment? The flight I wanted - Dublin and back in a day was £43 (admitted a bargain for 2) but £16 to pay via any method via Visa Electron is a complete rip off.

They can keep thier flights.

Last time I will even look at their web page.


So there is another way to travel to Dublin for the day for £21.50 each? :whistling:
#15
what dates?
#16
Bazza71
Regular Fare

Depart:
London Stansted 11:30

Arrive:
Palma Mallorca 14:55
2 x Adult 0.00 GBP
1 x Child 0.00 GBP
1 x Infant 16.00 GBP

Fare: 16.00 GBP
Taxes / Fees: 80.55 GBP
Total Price: 96.55 GBP

What a joke! cost of flight £16 for my 4 month old and £0 for the rest of us. Total £96.55!:w00t:

Great deal if you can avoid the taxes.


What part of regular fare don't you understand? You didn't pick one of the discounted flights so you paid full price for that particular fare.
#17
Do they still have that cheap fare finder on their site? I can not find a link to it!
banned#18
good price think i'lll have to book another holiday.
banned#19
chrisyorkshire
How can Ryan Air justify £4 per person per flight charge to use ANY electronic method of payment? The flight I wanted - Dublin and back in a day was £43 (admitted a bargain for 2) but £16 to pay via any method via Visa Electron is a complete rip off.



They can justify it as people willingly pay it to get a "cheap" flight price.
#20
soon they will put an option for you to pay for the air that your breathe in their planes.

My wife has a Visa electron which saved us some good money with them!

I am still gutted that my 6 months baby costs 3X more each flight and we still have to carry him on our lap.

:x
#21
[url]www.flightchecker.co.uk[/url]
is that what u were looking for coollittlelew
#22
shame baggage costs are going to be almost 5 times the price of the ticket!!

Any way to get around that - other than just taking hand luggage!
#23
magicbeans
[url]www.flightchecker.co.uk[/url]
is that what u were looking for coollittlelew


No Ryanair had like a grid on their site and you put where you where leaving and going to and from, Then it would show you the month you wanted to go with all the cheap fares for each day.
#24
You said :-
chrisyorkshire:
How can Ryan Air justify £4 per person per flight charge to use ANY electronic method of payment? The flight I wanted - Dublin and back in a day was £43 (admitted a bargain for 2) but £16 to pay via any method via Visa Electron is a complete rip off.

They can keep thier flights.

Last time I will even look at their web page.
So there is another way to travel to Dublin for the day for £21.50 each?

REPLY :-
I had no intention of going to Dublin, but thought a day trip (off at 09:00, back for 22:00) would be a cheaper day out than the petrol for driving to Blackpool for a day out.
It started @ £5 each each way = £20.
But the dates I could go the total cost was £43.
Then you add on the rip off £16 = £60.

I am not prepared to pay £4 per person per flight card charge to anyone for any thing.
I am just about to pay a balance on a foreign holiday of £470 by switch. The company charges an "admin" fee of £2.35 for that transaction.
Ryan air are quite simply adding £4 per person per flight to theier advertised flight prices.
There has just been (voluntary / legislation?) to say the price advertised is the price you pay.
Ryan Air are getting aorund this by saying you CAN pay nothing by using Electron - these cards are generally available to students / under 20's etc so they know few will have one.
However I have just found that a Halifax "easycash" account gives you an Electron card, is applied for online in less than 3 minutes and the account is free to run.
#25
Ryanair flights are always cheap when no one can travel IE in October outside of school holidays.

Even students will be at university for all of the month and it will hardly find time to go anywhere.

The prices always seem reasonable to me though because I use electron and I only take hand luggage because I generally just go away for 3-4 days.

Another tip is to use the other Ryanair sites (like the swedish site). You can pay in Euro's and the price is a lot cheaper.
#26
For scottish customers I found 5.00 flight from glasgow to Gothenburg and Stockholm.

be aware though that skvasta airport is 62 miles from stockholm city and coach transfer is 20 quid.
#27
I fly often with Ryanair
Best ways to keep the prices down are :-
Take a small case that can be taken on as hand luggage.
This will save approx £8
Believe Argos do a suitable case for £7

Never take their travel insurance
Never take the 1st to board a plane (they charge £8 for that!)
Do the online Check in & not the airport check in (again saving £8)

Most importantly, Open up a Co-Op bank account & get a electron card.
They do not charge for booking with it - again saving £8

The above should save you a small fortune, especially if its only short breaks/long weekends.
#28
I've booked the online check-in. How does that work for my return journey? Do I check in for flight in and out before I go? I'm only going to Belfast for 2 nights
1 Like #29
alisonfitz
I've booked the online check-in. How does that work for my return journey? Do I check in for flight in and out before I go? I'm only going to Belfast for 2 nights

You can check in for your return flight up to 5 days before departure, so you can print off the return boarding passes before you leave.
#30
bojangles
I fly often with Ryanair
Best ways to keep the prices down are :-
Take a small case that can be taken on as hand luggage.
This will save approx £8
Believe Argos do a suitable case for £7

Never take their travel insurance
Never take the 1st to board a plane (they charge £8 for that!)
Do the online Check in & not the airport check in (again saving £8)

Most importantly, Open up a Co-Op bank account & get a electron card.
They do not charge for booking with it - again saving £8

The above should save you a small fortune, especially if its only short breaks/long weekends.

I totally agree with your post. Thanks for the help with all the little savings. This info will help for planning a little trip somewhere :-) xx
#31
chrisyorkshire
You said :-
However I have just found that a Halifax "easycash" account gives you an Electron card, is applied for online in less than 3 minutes and the account is free to run.


I picked up one of these a few months ago just for situations like this!

Dead easy to get and run
#32
Hi

Ive just booked me and my brother to go to france. Nantes. £18.00ea return. very cheap even with the added £4.00 per way card charges. This is plainly wrong but how can you argue when you are getting the flight at £5.00pp each way. I have kept it all low by not going with their travel insurance, or 1st person to board fee..and I am not taking any check in luggage. BTW I got an annual contract for travel insurace from moneysupermarket.com, £39.00 for a family of four for a whole year.
#33
£24 for a piece of baggage is awful though and we want a 4 day trip so would need it
#34
buyitall
You can check in for your return flight up to 5 days before departure, so you can print off the return boarding passes before you leave.


Thanks for that-nice and easy!:thumbsup:
1 Like #35
I agree that Ryanair 'addon' charges seem expensive, but if you comply with their deal you can get flights to lots of places for £5 or £9 if you use a credit/debit card.
I think a flight to europe for £9 each way is still a bargain.
The best way to look at it is the TOTAL cost for everything you want, if it is cheaper than anyone else it is a bargain - if not then don't book it - simple!
If anyone would like to add rep for me, I would appreciate it :)
#36
:whistling: trust me to book with easyjet couple off days before this deal £94.95

Only 49 for same dates,

Ah well
#37
buyitall
You can check in for your return flight up to 5 days before departure, so you can print off the return boarding passes before you leave.


Thanks. that is helpful.
#38
loupomm
£24 for a piece of baggage is awful though and we want a 4 day trip so would need it


Checked luggage for a four day trip?

The hand luggage is fairly generous from memory and in my experience they don't police it too much-last time we went my mate took on board the biggest bag I'd ever seen and nobody gave it a second glance.
#39
My £5 flight has been reduced to £1! I'm gutted could've saved £16! Still a bargain tho. Lots of £1 flights available so don't think this should be expired

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