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Sensational September/October special to Europe from an unbelievable £1.00 all inclusive!

£1.00 @ Ryanair
This incredible offer is one of our best ever flight deals and is not to be missed. For just £1 all inclusive you can visit the European destination of your choice. This fantastic 3 million seat sale … Read More
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This incredible offer is one of our best ever flight deals and is not to be missed. For just £1 all inclusive you can visit the European destination of your choice. This fantastic 3 million seat sale will sell fast for this mindboggling offer, so HURRY offers close midnight Sunday, log on to Ryanair.com and BOOK NOW!!!

Fares include taxes, fees & charges

Booking Period: Wed 10th Sep 08 - Sun 14th Sep 08
Travel Period: Tue 23rd Sep 08 - Fri 31st Oct 08
Applicable Days: Mon - Thurs & Sat (subject to availability)
Blackout Period: 17th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 to/from Edinburgh / Glasgow (Prestwick)
24th Oct '09 - 09th Jan '09 to/from UK / Ireland
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer
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#1
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#2
Yep.me too.....is this a ploy to make us wait until the flights go up ??? can't moan, got four flights for £40 return (total) over the weekend so just being greedy!!!! Even borrowed an electron card from a complete stranger to save the £32 card charge.
#3
wendyak
Yep.me too.....is this a ploy to make us wait until the flights go up ??? can't moan, got four flights for £40 return (total) over the weekend so just being greedy!!!! Even borrowed an electron card from a complete stranger to save the £32 card charge.



how u manage THAT??
#4
Burglary. :whistling:
#5
No, the offer over the weekend was £5 each way no taxes and I booked for us two and my brother and his wife, when the card charge came up with £32 we were gutted so asked sis in law if she knew of anyone who had a visa electron, she rang a neighbour who gave me all the details and I went round later and paid her ( and some chocs), I knew where she lived coz she had to provide that!!! what a nice lady!!!!! (I have applied for a card for myself now).
p.s we're going to Spain in Nov.
#6
anyway via the ryanair site you can see the prices for every day of the month all at once, like easy jet?

can find any one pound fairs for what i want!

for exam stansted to palma 24th sept wed to 27th sept comes in at 108notes!

i know it says, Mon - Thurs & Sat (subject to availability)

but 108 compared to 2 is a huge difference?
#7
had bristol to beziere but SWMBO won't go :(
#8
found the perfect flights but they want £32 to pay on my card arggghh... where to get a visa electron quickly?? hmmm...
#9
oh and if i select the 0 bags and online checkin, can you still take 10kg hand luggage carry on?
#10
the 0 bags doesn't include hand luggage
make sure your hand luggage isn't too big though, as close to their maximum dimensions as you can get.
#11
got 2 for rimini great heat and rep. :thumbsup:
#12
Where are the £1 flights????????????????? I looked everywhere, not one in sight......
#13
soweezy
the 0 bags doesn't include hand luggage
make sure your hand luggage isn't too big though, as close to their maximum dimensions as you can get.


nice, well if i can find a flight, only really need to take some clean underware and a toothbrush :whistling:
#14
Milan from Manchester 20th Oct till 23rd £2
#15
what a con, went to book 2 seats to dublin from bristol cost £4 for both of us, came to paying and they wanted an extra £16 for using a card of any sort, no way round it, so a thumbs down for me

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v491/aberboy0/Snap122.jpg

:x:x
#16
meclive
found the perfect flights but they want £32 to pay on my card arggghh... where to get a visa electron quickly?? hmmm...


I bought myself some ryanair vouchers this week, they emailed me the voucher code although it was the following day. I rang the booking line ( you can't use the internet) and paid using my vouchers. No charges and they match the internet price when paying with vouchers. Saved £16 :thumbsup:

Other people seem to have had probs ringing up but I got through no problem.
#17
Great deal. Taking kids to Stansted from Prestwick to get them used to flying ( going to Florida Next Year ). Just going down in morning have breakfast and back up just about lunch time. It's a bit of an adventure for them. £8 all in on Visa Electron Card.
Done the same thing to Dublin earlier in the year but that only cost 8p all in.:thumbsup:
#18
i still booked it though, £20 aint bad all in for 2 of us to dublin for the night:thumbsup:
still a bit of a rip off, guess they trying to make us pay them taxes some how
#19
I don't mind paying a reasonable VISA or Mastercard fee on the total transaction (like with EasyJet) but the per segment charges RyanAir make are just a joke - it so obviously doesn't cost them anything like £4 per segment in fee's.

Isn't there such a thing as a prepaid VISA Electron card?

Like something I can buy once for may be £20 to £30 with money already on it?
#20
does that mean if you buy vouchers then potentially you dont have to pay the cost for the transactions fees? could be a great way to avoid these charges except getting a Visa electron - anyone confirm this is a good way to do it?

Cheers,
Steve
banned#21
For just £1 all inclusive you can visit the European destination of your choice.

This is false advertising. There are many destinations in Europe that I would choose to visit, and Ryanair do not fly there. Even worse, there are places they fly to they have not reduced - eg. Lamezia (South Italy) is not available for £1. So I cannot visit there for £1 all inclusive, even though they fly there.
#22
i bought 4 tickets in June's promotion. Tickets were FREE only taxes and fees (all togheter 130 pounds :( ) and two days ago they cancelled all my flights :gift: now 1 ticket cost me around 100.
#23
Took a punt on 4 flights to from Glasgow PWK to Marseilles using my Halifax Visa Electron Card.

Total price : £8.

Will take some time to look for accomodation/car hire, and if its too dear only lost £8.

Heat N Rep added
#24
Maniek133
i bought 4 tickets in June's promotion. Tickets were FREE only taxes and fees (all togheter 130 pounds :( ) and two days ago they cancelled all my flights :gift: now 1 ticket cost me around 100.


Were these the Edinburgh flights that were cancelled supposedly due to the Boeing strike?
#25
welsh_andy;2943251
what a con, went to book 2 seats to dublin from bristol cost £4 for both of us, came to paying and they wanted an extra £16 for using a card of any sort, no way round it, so a thumbs down for me



:x:x


WHAT?! Even Visa Electron??? Can someone confirm...?
#26
WalterSmith
Were these the Edinburgh flights that were cancelled supposedly due to the Boeing strike?


how can be a strike of Boeing employees reason to cancell 6 weeks of flighst betwen Edinburgh and eleven another cites?
#27
So which bank accounts still provide an Electron card, if think easyjet save with the Electron card.
#28
Maniek133
how can be a strike of Boeing employees reason to cancell 6 weeks of flighst betwen Edinburgh and eleven another cites?


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/edinburgh_and_east/7607633.stm

Two new planes delayed.
Could be that bookings are poor so this is a handy excuse.
#29
Halifax easycash gives you a visa electron- I just got mine today- took about a week to arrive. I applied online.
Ended up buying vouchers to pay for my flights. Think there is a minimum spend on vouchers though.
#30
I just went into Abbey last week and told them I wanted an Electron card purely to save on Ryanair's booking fee. They sorted it absolutely no problem. I mean, they had to open a new account for me but it was done in 10 minutes.
#31
Ryan air suck - they cancelled a single way flight from Palma yesterday afvter it had been booked for 5 weeks.

myself and familly have had to book with Globespan instead, which at the late notice is costing not £65 as originally planned, but nearly £200 for 1 flight !

gutted - fly with these cowboys if you dare. they are cheap for a reason.
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#33
PectoralisMajor
Ryan air suck - they cancelled a single way flight from Palma yesterday afvter it had been booked for 5 weeks.

myself and familly have had to book with Globespan instead, which at the late notice is costing not £65 as originally planned, but nearly £200 for 1 flight !

gutted - fly with these cowboys if you dare. they are cheap for a reason.


What reason did they give, or was it these Edinburgh ones?
banned#34
deeinlondon
I don't mind paying a reasonable VISA or Mastercard fee on the total transaction (like with EasyJet) but the per segment charges RyanAir make are just a joke - it so obviously doesn't cost them anything like £4 per segment in fee's.

Isn't there such a thing as a prepaid VISA Electron card?

Like something I can buy once for may be £20 to £30 with money already on it?


Dee, u cant just buy one, as sensational as that would be. The closest to that you can do is to open up an account, wait for the card, use it and then to close an account. No other short cuts around it im afraid. Best of luck :thumbsup:
1 Like #35
The post office do a pre-paid visa electron card for travelling, which you can load with sterling or euros.

http://www.postoffice.co.uk/portal/po/jump1?catId=19300207&mediaId=26800661

You can apply online or instore. Min load is £50 worth of sterling, euros, etc. There's a 1.5% or minimum £3 charge (£3 for £50 load = £53).
Looks like an option. Still not great, but cheaper than booking with Ryanair with a normal card.
#36
I guess I can't post links due to my low post count, but the post office do a prepaid visa electron travel card. Minimum load is £50, £3 mandatory currency charge (?) and charges of about £2 for most transactions.

The card can be loaded with sterling or euro. It's not ideal, but seems as though it would work out cheaper than using a normal card of Ryanair's site.

postoffice co uk - > travel tab -> TMC (Travel Money Card)
#37
Just booked a daytrip to Dublin for £4 return for two peole. Worked on a November date too....weekend even!

Glad i got my Visa Electron card!
#38
I don't really understand this offer. The text makes it seem that, unlike previous offers Ryanair is giving out £1 fares for any European destination. Yet a quick look at the site says otherwise.

£From Glasgow (Prestwick) Fares include taxes, fees & chargesfrom from from
1.00Belfast (City)

1.00Bournemouth

1.00Cork

1.00Derry

1.00Dublin

1.00Düsseldorf (Weeze)

1.00Frankfurt (Hahn)

1.00London (Stansted)

1.00Marseille Provence MP2

1.00Oslo (Torp)
1.00Paris (Beauvais)

1.00Shannon

1.00Stockholm (Skavsta)

1.00Wroclaw

25.44Barcelona (Girona)

25.44Barcelona (Reus)

25.44Brussels (Charleroi)

25.44Budapest T1

25.44Faro (Algarve) NEW

25.44Gothenburg City
25.44Grenoble Lyon NEW

25.44Krakow

25.44Malaga NEW

25.44Milan (Orio al Serio)

25.44Murcia

25.44Pisa (Florence)

25.44Riga

25.44Rome (Ciampino)

25.44Tenerife South (Teneriffa Süd) NEW

So every European destination. I am not a Ryanair hater but this deal is badly worded.

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