Ryanair Leeds Bradford to Dublin £5 each way no taxes and free online check in for these dates friday17th-monday 20th september - HotUKDeals
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Ryanair Leeds Bradford to Dublin £5.00 each way no taxes and free online check in for these dates friday17th-monday 20th september

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Ryaniair have flights flying from leeds bradford to Dublin for the dates Friday 17th september with return monday 20th september for £5 each way with no taxes and free online check in, this is my … Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Ryaniair have flights flying from leeds bradford to Dublin for the dates
Friday 17th september with return monday 20th september for £5 each way with no taxes and free online check in, this is my first ever post so please be nice :)
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1 Like #1
They have many offers like this throughout the year, but I voted it hot as many people may not know that. Fiver for a flight is mighty cheap :D
#2
yes a great deal for a weekend getaway, i also noticed some cheap hotels on travel republic for 2 adults two kids for the duration total cost £120 so could in theory goto dublin friday to monday for two adults two kids for £160 room only but not bad break price for 4 people!
#3
Pisa is also same deal for one day ahead saturday 18th - 21st september dates i just noticed, hope this helps somebody getaway :)

Edited By: baronis2uk on Aug 20, 2010 22:35: date was incorrect
#4
how rude lol
#5
here is a random question, Do you need a passport to go to dublin?
#6
There are hundreds of different flight combinations for £/€5 as well - not just Leeds and Dublin.
1 Like #7
Good idea to get away from those giant rats!
#8
badgerrules
here is a random question, Do you need a passport to go to dublin?


Yes, if you're travelling with Ryanair. A mate of mine got caught out last year travelling to Dublin from Gatwick with Ryanair. They refused to accept his driving licence as ID so he had to either
a) go home and get his passport (and miss his flight) or
b) buy another flight with BA who would accept his driving licence as ID.
He chose the latter.
#9
callum9999
There are hundreds of different flight combinations for £/€5 as well - not just Leeds and Dublin.
yes i saw lots but it is a task trying to find going and coming back deals for same price, and pretty rare to find a long weekend break with fares this low on both which was why i posted as its a great deal with free checkin online too..... bonus!:D
#10
juicyjackie
Good idea to get away from those giant rats!
lol that was fake
#11
do they charge to breathe?
#12
thegroutch
so now I know to avoid the city centre that weekend, what with it being full of northerners (_;)

northerners should need a passport to come south and be able to speak english



LOLOL
#13
I know there have been many threads re making a payment , but please can someone just give me tips on how to pay for these flight s ! int the cheapest possible way ! please

thanks !!
#14
aw08
I know there have been many threads re making a payment , but please can someone just give me tips on how to pay for these flight s ! int the cheapest possible way ! please

thanks !!

You want a Prepaid Mastercard. There are none that are completely free to use. If you really want the current sale price, you won't get a card in time so just pay the £5 fees and make sure you don't get caught by any optional extras.

The best card for Ryanair is probably Fairfx (~£5 cashback available in theory but I never got mine). They charge 1.5% with no fixed per-transacton fee. As well as not being charged £10 per return by Ryanair, having paid this fee you get 'true' exchange rates for transactions in other currencies - this means that where Ryanair decide to bill you in another currency (e.g. a single starting outside the UK) the price before the 1.5% is often actually less than the GBP amount, since their 'equivalent' prices usually disadvantage the Brits. As you have probably guessed, never choose to let Ryanair bill you in pounds for a non-GBP flight, as you will get a much, much, much worse deal (this probably goes for all purchases, I doubt any card has worse currency loading than Ryanair's).
#15
BurningSnowman
aw08
I know there have been many threads re making a payment , but please can someone just give me tips on how to pay for these flight s ! int the cheapest possible way ! please thanks !!
You want a Prepaid Mastercard. There are none that are completely free to use. If you really want the current sale price, you won't get a card in time so just pay the £5 fees and make sure you don't get caught by any optional extras.The best card for Ryanair is probably Fairfx (~£5 cashback available in theory but I never got mine). They charge 1.5% with no fixed per-transacton fee. As well as not being charged £10 per return by Ryanair, having paid this fee you get 'true' exchange rates for transactions in other currencies - this means that where Ryanair decide to bill you in another currency (e.g. a single starting outside the UK) the price before the 1.5% is often actually less than the GBP amount, since their 'equivalent' prices usually disadvantage the Brits. As you have probably guessed, never choose to let Ryanair bill you in pounds for a non-GBP flight, as you will get a much, much, much worse deal (this probably goes for all purchases, I doubt any card has worse currency loading than Ryanair's).


thank you that is really helpfull , seem like agood deal . thanks again !
#16
I checked Prestwick to Dublin return for those dates. Adding in admin and taxes my £10 return flight became £20. Still a great deal but Ryanair, true to form, nothing is what it seems.
#17
All northerners should have injections when they go south so we don’t catch anything
#18
badgerrules
here is a random question, Do you need a passport to go to dublin?


Yes!
#19
royals
thegroutch
so now I know to avoid the city centre that weekend, what with it being full of northerners (_;)
northerners should need a passport to come south and be able to speak englishLOLOL
LOL CHEEKY ARNT YA!
#20
badgerrules
here is a random question, Do you need a passport to go to dublin?
You need a passport for all Ryanair flights (unless you have a national ID card from another EU country).

scardwel
badgerrules
here is a random question, Do you need a passport to go to dublin?
Yes, if you're travelling with Ryanair. A mate of mine got caught out last year travelling to Dublin from Gatwick with Ryanair. They refused to accept his driving licence as ID so he had to either
a) go home and get his passport (and miss his flight) or
b) buy another flight with BA who would accept his driving licence as ID.
He chose the latter.

Boo hoo - why do people not read the perfectly clear T&C then moan when they enforce them? I would have thought a passport was mandatory on all international flights with all airlines. EDIT: Seems not - found this: http://www.citizensinformation.ie/categories/moving-country/moving-abroad/freedom-of-movement-within-the-eu/common_travel_area_between_ireland_and_the_UK - still Ryanair T&C are quite clear.

If getting a FairFX card for paying for flights, there is a link on MSE which takes you via moneysupermarket to get a free card - directly or via topcashback they charge £9.95 (unless you load £500).

Edited By: jnm21 on Aug 21, 2010 11:41: Adding info
#21
I'd never fly with these again after being flown to Birmingham instead of Stansted due fog and us all being left there to make our own way home.Absolute disgrace.
#22
Good price. Did Leeds to Dublin with Ryanair twice a couple of years back, for a grand total of 1p each time round
#23
Great pity it is Leeds/Bradford airport . Flown in & out of many airports and Leeds/Bradford is the scruffiest I have ever used . Females in uniform seemed to be keen on offering assistance , waste of space in my opinion . Outside areas had weeds growing up and around concrete paths , paint peeling , no seating outside anywhere as there was no seats available inside . Irish passengers looking peed off waiting for Ryanair to get their act together . Never used Ryanair before and mixed feedback always seems typical for that airline . Tempting to use them for us two at £5 each way plus ........................... . Jeez , as much as that!
#24
Whilst LBA isn't the nicest airport in the world, the flight aint bad considering the short time your actually on the plane. I've done longer flights with Ryanair and never had any issues with the flight or the service, just take a magazine or book to read and your set
#25
majoosta
I'd never fly with these again after being flown to Birmingham instead of Stansted due fog and us all being left there to make our own way home.Absolute disgrace.

A great example why these clowns are cold AT ANY PRICE. Don't matter though, people keep voting hot not realising the reality of the likelihood being let down.
#26
tayre
All northerners should have injections when they go south so we don’t catch anything
Yes,you might catch a sense of humour.
#27
pot_belly
majoosta
I'd never fly with these again after being flown to Birmingham instead of Stansted due fog and us all being left there to make our own way home.Absolute disgrace.


A great example why these clowns are cold AT ANY PRICE. Don't matter though, people keep voting hot not realising the reality of the likelihood being let down.


Or people don't expect to get perfect service on an international flight for £5?
#28
Thanks for the heads up booked to go to Barcelona £20 return with all the fees, hand luggage only Bargain :) even found all inclusive hotel (all meals + drinks from bar) for 34 euros a night) :)
#29
thaigary
Thanks for the heads up booked to go to Barcelona £20 return with all the fees, hand luggage only Bargain :) even found all inclusive hotel (all meals + drinks from bar) for 34 euros a night) :)
What hotel is it if you dont mind me asking x

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