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Ryanair's 1p Flight Sale Ends June 12th 2008

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Loads of 1p flights (NOT inc luggage or booking fee) from 17 UK airports to over 50 european airports! Flights must be booked by Thursday June 12th and can be taken between June '08 and March '09.

I have seen this posted before but have just received a new e-mail regarding the current offer.

This is my first 'deal' so please don't slate if it's not to standard. Any help with a pic would be great!
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#1
http://www.ryanair.com/globals/cday/080606/cday-GB-tue.gif


Not sure if this is the same deal, travel is to January
#2
I'm getting fed up with Ryan Air's policy on charging for everything now. 1 bag and airport check in is £24 to Spain in October.
#3
can't find any 1p flight
#4
I'm anything but a friend of Ryanair. However, how can anybody moan and vote this cold if it's as good as free?

The 1p flights are there from October onwards. Check the Ryanair website for destinations available and use the flightchecker on moneysavingexpert.com to quickly find available dates.

I booked two return trips for a grand total of £ 4.82 including debit card fee. OK, so they charge for all and sundry else, but it's all optional. Even if you can't check in online and if you have hold baggage to pay for, chances are your trip to the airport and your airport parking are more expensive than your flights.

Never thought I'd end up defending Ryanair ...
#5
im off to cork next week for two nights with the missus all in it came to £4.88
#6
do'nt see how your all getting these prices l've found free flights and by the time they add all the taxes on it still comes in at over £20
#7
mully
do'nt see how your all getting these prices l've found free flights and by the time they add all the taxes on it still comes in at over £20


The promo flights have no additional taxes or charges other than the credit / debit card fee and possible optional extras like checked baggage. Look out for the "1p - No taxes / charges" promo fares rather than the GBP 0.01 "regular fares".

Bear in mind the travel period is only from October and destinations are limited.
Quickest way to find availability is to run it through the flightchecker on the moneysavingexpert website.
#8
pointless if ur flying with infants
#9
..as i found out... 16 quid each way then obviously u have to check in at the place.... so thats 16 pound return per person....
#10
Do we still need to pay ludgage fee if im carryin a backpack and bringing it to the airplane?
#11
sfarid88
Do we still need to pay ludgage fee if im carryin a backpack and bringing it to the airplane?


Not if it conforms to Ryanair's cabin baggage regulations re. size and weight, i.e. max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm and max. 10 kg.
#12
£$€;2290721
Not if it conforms to Ryanair's cabin baggage regulations re. size and weight, i.e. max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm and max. 10 kg.


I've flow with ryan air a few times and some people are really pushing the limit on hand luggage now. One guy had a full 75L rucksack, but they still let him on with it for free no probs. However, they are now weighing in all hand-baggage at Milan (bergamo) airport, so be warned!
banned#13
I wonder if this will be the last time they offer this for a while? Isn't this the third offer in a row? They end one day, the next offer starts the next day.
#14
rjm67
I'm getting fed up with Ryan Air's policy on charging for everything now. 1 bag and airport check in is £24 to Spain in October.


You can't really complain about a flight to spain for £24! I got 2x return flights to Dublin last week and went last Thursday- Flight on way out was fine, flight on way back was 3 hours delayed- Expect that with a budget airline.
#15
theyre slight variations each time, sometimes only certain airports, sometimes more widespread. Sometimes they advertise it at £5 inc tax or £10 instead of 1p, too.

Edit: As for punctuality, they scream from the rooftops that percentage wise more of their flights are on time than anyone else, including the full service airlines. I expect however, that theres a lot more backup when things go wrong on a "proper" airline.
#16
abx;2292620
You can't really complain about a flight to spain for £24! I got 2x return flights to Dublin last week and went last Thursday- Flight on way out was fine, flight on way back was 3 hours delayed- Expect that with a budget airline.



Ahh, if only it had been. The flights then weren't free or anything, so for two of us it was over £150.
#17
spheric;2292624
theyre slight variations each time, sometimes only certain airports, sometimes more widespread. Sometimes they advertise it at £5 inc tax or £10 instead of 1p, too.

Edit: As for punctuality, they scream from the rooftops that percentage wise more of their flights are on time than anyone else, including the full service airlines. I expect however, that theres a lot more backup when things go wrong on a "proper" airline.


I doubt that it is some thing to do with back up. Ryan Air leaves plenty of flying time which are not actual , like they say it takes 1 hr for them to fly from Liverpool to belfast while the real time is that they can reach other end in 22 -35 minute max. and to improve the rating they add extra flying time in there schedule.
#18
Frankly speaking I am not big fan of the Ryan air as they dont have user friendly website and you need to be very careful to go through all the option to get the cheapest flight. and than after that they will say that you need to pay £4 for airport check-in even if you are flying with your hand baggage. And if you like to do online check-in than you have to carry your passport (Driving Licence not accepted!!!) which should be European!!! so if you have non European passport you have to go for airport check in. :thinking: Its a clear case of discrimination.
#19
magicbeans
pointless if ur flying with infants


Your kidding right?

There is nothing worse than boarding a flight and noting at the last moment that some thoughtless type has brought his/her offspring.

The idea that someone would deliberately bring an infant onto an aeroplane, knowing that every other passenger is thinking "what a p**tt"............
banned#20
I don't notice any difference between today and yesterday, well that's not entirely correct I note that a few cheap flights available lastnight at the stroke of midnight aren't available now.
#21
Argh, I have tried booking twice in Firefox and once in Safari to book a flight to Germany and am getting nowhere.
#22
abx
You can't really complain about a flight to spain for £24! I got 2x return flights to Dublin last week and went last Thursday- Flight on way out was fine, flight on way back was 3 hours delayed- Expect that with a budget airline.


I think i was on the same plane (Ilug?) Ryanair the on time airline. hahahahahahahahahahaha
#23
Cosidering the free and 1p deals in years gone by

£48 to check in 2 bags (for a couple):-D

How anyone can vote this hot I will never know
#24
Well just take carry on luggage, how much stuff do you really need? If you take carry on luggage you get free airport checkin and you can go straight through security so no queues. You also get free priority boarding so even less queues.

heres a simple very quickly put together ~£50 trip around europe over a month

birmingham - billund (denmark) 7 - 15 cost 0.02
15 billund - florence cost £14
florence to stockholm 15- 23rd Cost 4
stockholm to berlin 23rd - 27th Cost £18
berlin to stansted 6th cost £15

4 flights around Europe for ~£50 why would this not be hot?

I use ryan air to fly to Stockholm all the time. No-one has ever been rude to me, lost my bag in seriously inconvenienced me. In the 10 (approx) times I have used ryan air I have arrived early most of the time.
2 flights were delayed, one by 15 mins and another by 30 this was not significant.

I paid £12 return for my last flight but if I had waited a few days it would have been £2.

This is a ridiculously hot deal all you have to do is read the screen to see what you are paying for.

MORE4
Cosidering the free and 1p deals in years gone by

£48 to check in 2 bags (for a couple):-D

How anyone can vote this hot I will never know
banned#25
jamesdew
You also get free priority boarding so even less queues.


Not anymore.
#26
vixygwim;2295577
Not anymore.

When did this stop? They were doing it last week when I flew.
#27
but whats the point in the free priorty boading when you find like we did that 75%of the people had it!!
#28
vixygwim
Not anymore.


wow you are correct, I got free priority a week ago I guess they just stopped it, Ah well.
#29
mrtigertony
but whats the point in the free priorty boading when you find like we did that 75%of the people had it!!


Well if you didn't have it then you would be in the last 25% boarding the plane even if you got there first.
#30
Is there a way to check the available flights - I'm looking for deals from Brussels (Charleroi) to Glasgow Prestwick...?
#31
Why is it Ryanair have stopped flying to Belgium from Stansted now.

As for this deal, it's smoking hot for weekend breaks. Check-in online, take hand luggage and it's a penny for God's sake. People complaining about being charged £24 for a bag – yes, but the flight is FREE. And if you think £4 for your card fee is steep, get a Visa Electron and it's free.

Christ, it balances out of course. They're not even hidden charges, they're obvious, plain as day.

For no-frills flying you can't beat it. 1 holiday to Milan and 1 to Zaragoza for me and the missus, 8p you say? Thanks very much indeed Ryanair.
#32
gtd65
Is there a way to check the available flights - I'm looking for deals from Brussels (Charleroi) to Glasgow Prestwick...?


Easiest way to do it is use the flightchecker on [url]www.moneysavingexpert.com[/url].
#33
£$€;2298325
Easiest way to do it is use the flightchecker on [url]www.moneysavingexpert.com[/url].


I'll have a look see - cheers :thumbsup:

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