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Quick Ryanair question

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I've booked a retun flight in sept. Now I find I cant travel on the fri but can on the sat. If I change the booking it will end up costing me £25 but if I book a one way flight it will cost me £10.

Question is can I still use the return flight i've booked for the monday even if I don't make the friday flight?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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yes you can-ive done this a few times-its always cheaper to just book another one.
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Do I still check in even though I'm not gonna turn up? Or di I have to check in separtly for the monday one. I'm all confused now?
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Do I still check in even though I'm not gonna turn up? Or di I have to check in separtly for the monday one. I'm all confused now?
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check in online-this can be done 15 days before or up to 4 hours before at the latest-so check in for the outward bound one on the saturday and also the return for the monday-you can do them both at the same time-just dont check in for the outward bound you arent going to use-hope that makes sense!-remember and print BOTH boarding passes-if you arrive at the airport without them they charge you 40 quid per boarding pass!
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thank you so much barky yer an angel xx

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