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Sale now on, flights from £5.00! Hurry and book now while seats are available, offer ends midnight 18.10.10

£5.00 @ Ryanair
Sale now on, flights from £5! Hurry and book now while seats are available, offer ends midnight 18.10.10 Add some heat! :P Read More
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Sale now on, flights from £5! Hurry and book now while seats are available, offer ends midnight 18.10.10

Add some heat! :P
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#1
ticket for fiver..and vote cold.. some really sad people around..
#2
Yeh sado's who don't know how to play the ryanair cheap tickets game.They don't understand how it works and therefore vote cold.
#3
Last week, I booked 3 tickets to mainland by Ryan and it came around £270 (baggage etc), same ticket I tried booking just now for Dec 1st week and it comes to £30! (3ticket x 5£ x two way).. wow!!
#4
wish ryanair flew to jersey.... id book to go see my partner every weekend next month for the cost of what i pay to go every month........... pant..... great deal tho!!!!!!!!!
2 Likes #5
Could cold voters leave some comment please!
#6
Thanks looking now.
#7
Not booked through Ryanair for a while, is it still possible to get round the card fee ?

Cheers
#8
it is possible to avoid the card fee by using a prepaid credit card. You put the money on and then use it. Saw it on GMTV with Martin from martins money tips. Think this is the only way to waiver the fee....but then im no expert! There was a fab progamme a fw months bk on how to work the flight system to get cheap deals!
#9
I guess the only way around the card fee is to get a suitable card! (truism..)..

I alway vow to get one while booking, but never got round to actually getting one.. :)
#10
kentishlass
it is possible to avoid the card fee by using a prepaid credit card. You put the money on and then use it. Saw it on GMTV with Martin from martins money tips. Think this is the only way to waiver the fee....but then im no expert! There was a fab progamme a fw months bk on how to work the flight system to get cheap deals!

emmkay
I guess the only way around the card fee is to get a suitable card! (truism..)..

I alway vow to get one while booking, but never got round to actually getting one.. :)


LOL yes seems more trouble than its worth... tbh
#11
kentishlass
it is possible to avoid the card fee by using a prepaid credit card. You put the money on and then use it. Saw it on GMTV with Martin from martins money tips. Think this is the only way to waiver the fee....but then im no expert! There was a fab progamme a fw months bk on how to work the flight system to get cheap deals!


what programme was it... i could do with a few tips?? sick of look every night trying to get cheap deals
1 Like #12
To save the card payment fee with Ryanair you need a Prepaid Mastercard. There are several around but none is free. Most charge an annual fee (around £10) + small fee for using it (around 1.5%). You can use the card like an ordinary credit card, online, shops, etc. Just google "Prepaid Mastercard".

Edit: Just did a quick search because I need to renew my card. It looks like the
KALIXA PREPAID MASTERCARD is the best option.
Annual fee = £4.95 and no shopping fees. You can get £9 Topcashback, so you are making £4.05 profit (have to be a new application).

http://www.topcashback.co.uk/kalixa-prepaid-mastercard/


Edited By: pet2000 on Oct 18, 2010 22:29: link added
#13
Cheapest tickets will be £8 from midnight, so if you want the £5 tickets you need to book before 12.00 AM.
#14
I have just got for a total of 10 pounds a one way flight for two people form Leeds to Dublin on the 2nd of November. I have a fair fx card so no extra admin charges. (I got this a while back through topcashback) Have my exact size carry on bags oh yea & my coat has pockets for my book & stuff. So thank you - thank you - thank you.
#15
royalbre
I have just got for a total of 10 pounds a one way flight for two people form Leeds to Dublin on the 2nd of November. I have a fair fx card so no extra admin charges. (I got this a while back through topcashback) Have my exact size carry on bags oh yea & my coat has pockets for my book & stuff. So thank you - thank you - thank you.


Was expecting it to get much more hotter but never mind was still worth posting. :)

Due to some strange reasons, even it got much heat but also many guys voted it cold and disappeared without leaving any comment. Probably some annoyed customers!? :P

Edited By: emmkay on Oct 18, 2010 23:43: 2nd comment
#16
zermattbusby
Not booked through Ryanair for a while, is it still possible to get round the card fee ?

Cheers


Just get a Pre-Paid Mastercard, I have a Caxton one, the cash is held by Newcastle Building Society, so 100% safe.
#17
vickibrockwell
kentishlass
it is possible to avoid the card fee by using a prepaid credit card. You put the money on and then use it. Saw it on GMTV with Martin from martins money tips. Think this is the only way to waiver the fee....but then im no expert! There was a fab progamme a fw months bk on how to work the flight system to get cheap deals!
what programme was it... i could do with a few tips?? sick of look every night trying to get cheap deals


I cant find it :-( spent half hour looking, if anyone can enlighten me, let me know! money saving expert website has a lot of tips.
#18
Stop complaining if people vote it cold! It's up to them, it's pretty obvious that many people hate ryanair with very good reason.
#19
what he was saying is people vote cold as they don't know how to avoid the fees, that is lack of knowledge and he was trying to educate them.
#20
pet20001 person likes thiszermattbusby


Just did a quick search because I need to renew my card. It looks like the
KALIXA PREPAID MASTERCARD is the best option.
Annual fee = £4.95 and no shopping fees. You can get £9 Topcashback, so you are making £4.05 profit (have to be a new application).

http://www.topcashback.co.uk/kalixa-prepaid-mastercard/



Cheers mate just ordered a Kalixa card via TCB

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