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Ryanair - Flights to and from Ireland from £5.00 One-Way NO Hidden Charges

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Just noticed Ryanair doing flights to and from Ireland from £5 one way with NO hidden tax's/charges. Just booked myself from Derry - Glasgow Prestwick for £11.98 return (£2 Card free) On til Mid…
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banned8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Just noticed Ryanair doing flights to and from Ireland from £5 one way with NO hidden tax's/charges.

Just booked myself from Derry - Glasgow Prestwick for £11.98 return (£2 Card free)

On til Midnight tomorrow, snap them up!
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#1
just going to check out half term
#2
None available for May bank holiday
banned#3
A lot of the flights i checked out of my Local airport Derry were 0p + £4.99 tax. That included to London, Glasgow, East Midlands, Liverpool and Bristol
#4
do you need a passport to go to ireland?
banned#5
I don't think so, I'm in the north and you don't not 100% about the south.
banned#6
A quick goggle suggests no, just photo ID that Ryanair accept
#7
If it's an internal UK flight you need some form of official identification (ie a driving liscense) but not a passport.
banned#8
emasu
If it's an internal UK flight you need some form of official identification (ie a driving liscense) but not a passport.


do you (or anyone) know what id they require for kids (specifically a 9 year old, no passport)
#9
Oh, hm I don't have a passport/driving licence. I have an old student ID which has been through the wars and the picture barely looks like me anymore. The last time I went to london without a passport was a bit dodgy but they let me go through eventually (I showed a bus pass with my picture) this was before all the terroristy things though
1 Like #10
colinsunderland;1933193
do you (or anyone) know what id they require for kids (specifically a 9 year old, no passport)


If the child is travelling with an adult on an Internal UK flight or flying between the UK and ireland they don't need a form of photo ID with FR.
banned#11
thanks
#12
emasu
If it's an internal UK flight you need some form of official identification (ie a driving liscense) but not a passport.


It will need to be a a license with a photo on it not the pink ones:thumbsup:
#13
Instead of posting my package to ireland i may as well jump on a plane and take it over myself. Would be a lot cheaper :)

Voted very hot!
#14
cheapest flights i can get from Glasgow to dublin work out at £39.96 for two !

Web Fare

Depart:
Glasgow (Prestwick) 06:35

Arrive:
Dublin 07:25

2 x Adult 0.00 GBP
2 x Child 0.00 GBP


Fare: 0.00 GBP
Taxes / Fees: 39.96 GBP
Total Price: 39.96 GBP
#15
Great deal but pretty bad for the planet don't you think?
banned#16
trisham3838
cheapest flights i can get from Glasgow to dublin work out at £39.96 for two !

Web Fare

Depart:
Glasgow (Prestwick) 06:35

Arrive:
Dublin 07:25

2 x Adult 0.00 GBP
2 x Child 0.00 GBP




Fare: 0.00 GBP
Taxes / Fees: 39.96 GBP
Total Price: 39.96 GBP


I count that as four :?
1 Like #17
trisham3838
cheapest flights i can get from Glasgow to dublin work out at £39.96 for two !

Web Fare

Depart:
Glasgow (Prestwick) 06:35

Arrive:
Dublin 07:25

2 x Adult 0.00 GBP
2 x Child 0.00 GBP


Fare: 0.00 GBP
Taxes / Fees: 39.96 GBP
Total Price: 39.96 GBP


Thats 2 adults and two children, 4.99 each, what are you moaning about?
#18
BuckleZ
A lot of the flights i checked out of my Local airport Derry were 0p + £4.99 tax. That included to London, Glasgow, East Midlands, Liverpool and Bristol


no luck here, im getting flights at zero but tax comes to £46.10 for me and my son, bit more than the £5 tax each way they claim but still a good deal ( derry to stanstead)

[COLOR="Black"]Made a mistake, its actually £95 in taxes! and zero charge on flights, inc a wheel chair levy charge lol No wonder they are being investigated for misleading deals![/COLOR]
#19
GoDutchGo
None available for May bank holiday


Nah, really :w00t:



" Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer "
#20
I dunno where the two children came from..it was only supposed to be two adults lol
#21
bayon
Great deal but pretty bad for the planet don't you think?


Such as ?
Bad for the acid rain, the hole in the ozone layer, the global warming or the climate change ?

Or, in case I've missed one out:
Enter name of next environmental stealth tax here:________________________

Personally, I don’t give a flying ...k
#22
"NO hidden charges" "£2 card fee"

Isn't that a contradiction?
#23
EPIC deal, getting some flights sorted for a post-exams drinking trip to Dublin.
#24
it looks ****...can't find any flights from leeds to dublin for £20! the old offer of 1p fares had loads of fares at 1p from all airports!
#25
Don't these guys charge you extra for bags etc? Personally I've always avoided Ryanair due to p*** poor service in the past.
#26
gizmouk
Nah, really :w00t:



" Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer "


I was looking either side of the Bank Hol for flights dah
#27
Looking for Derry to Liverpool on May 1st and back on May 5th

It will cost £142!!!

What a joke!
#28
fox2319
Don't these guys charge you extra for bags etc? Personally I've always avoided Ryanair due to p*** poor service in the past.


Yup.
I think it's £8 per bag.
Plus a charge for using a debit / credit card.
I think they also charge for checking in, even if you just have hand luggage (someone confirm?)

Ryanair are fine, till something goes wrong ... then you find out just how bad customer service can get !!
#29
if you only have hand luggage you should be able to choose check in online and also get priority boarding for no extra cost, also, i think ryanair have the largest luggage allowance for hand baggage. There is an extra charge for hold baggage added, but every airline is doing that now, its just where previously this charge had been included in your ticket price, now they slap it on afterwards so they can claim they have got 'really cheap fares'
#30
This is a great deal, we got two return flights to cork for a total of £19.98 with taxes. :thumbsup:

However, Ryanair then charge money for:
Paying on your card - I used a debit card and even this was £1 per person per flight so added £4 to the total. Credit cards are even more.
You also pay an amount per person per check in if you do not use their online check in form - this also can only be done a couple of days in advance.
You also pay something ridiculous like £12 for putting baggage in the hold, so if you are not travelling light this will add a lot of money too.

We are travelling light but all the above are worth taking into account. :shock:
#31
[QUOTE=fiddlesticks]
You also pay an amount per person per check in if you do not use their online check in form - this also can only be done a couple of days in advance.
QUOTE]


You can click the box when buying the tickets to say that you will be checking in online, and then you can check in online up to 5 days before. So if you are on a short trip, you can check in both the outward and return flights at the same time - this then costs nothing and saves you time at the airport, as you proceed with your hand luggage to security.
#32

You also pay something ridiculous like £12 for putting baggage in the hold,


Cost me £18 per 15kg bag !!

Apart from the additional charges for
[LIST=1]
[*] Baggage
[*] Check-in
[*] Insurance (optional)
[*] Priority boarding (optional)
[*] Booking Fee (for both Credit & Debit cards)
[/LIST]
... there really are NO hidden tax's/charges.
#33
newcastle to dublin is expensive... anyone had any luck with that?
#34
Now Extended till midnight Thursday it seems!!

Biggest problem for me is that Fridays and Sundays are excluded from the offer, so weekend breaks are out realistically.

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