Fly from Bristol to Dublin on 29th or 30th July * School Holidays * ( DAY RETURN ) 2p Return including All Taxes
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Fly from Bristol to Dublin on 29th or 30th July * School Holidays * ( DAY RETURN ) 2p Return including All Taxes

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Found 12th Jul 2008Made hot 13th Jul 2008
Fly from Bristol International Airport to Dublin.

Departure Flight: 8.00am
Return Flight: 8.45pm

Available on Both 29th and 30th July.

You can take upto one 10Kg peice of Hand Luggage each FREE.

When you Book, next to where you enter the Passanger names, dont forget to change the Insurance to Not Required.

Flights are 0.01p Each Way.

Card Payment Fee by Visa Electron is FREE, though Payment by all other methods ie Switch & Creditcards can be exspensive.

ie 2 Adult & 2 Children would be 0.08 Excluding Card Handling Fee

Ideal for a Cheap Treat for the Kids and a chance to Explore.

You can get a Local Direct Bus from Dublin Airport to the City Centre for 1.9 Euros. (The Information Desk in Dublin Airport Even sell the tickets and tell you where to go) Buy the Bus tickets their as you dont need exact change and get your return tickets as well to save time!

Its a nice short flight of about 40 -45 Minutes

35 Comments

ryanscum air? no thanks

£16.00 credit card fee!

You can book to return next day, not just a day return.

i get a £32 card fee for all except visa electron???????

fozey;2514353

i get a £32 card fee for all except visa electron???????



To be fair to the op, price quoted is via a switch card.
But as usual charges for other card providers are shocking.

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AlphaPets;2513982

£16.00 credit card fee!


Dont Pay by Credit Card, Pay by Switch if you can as its Cheaper:thumbsup:

It appears that Ryanair have changed their card handling fees recently:

It now looks like instead of the variable (£1.20/£2.40) per passenger, per flight charge which depended on the type of card you were using, they're all now £4 per passenger, per flight.

Visa electron cards, as before, don't pay any extra charge at all.

Also recently, the free priority boarding for using the online checkin facility has been removed, although is still available as a paid extra.

The current ryanair offer isnt a 1p including tax fare one, so these are likely remaining tickets from previous offers and are likely not going to stay around for long - I myself just checked the Manchester to Dublin route to see if there were any bargains, and found 1p no tax flights on the following days (times often don't work out for a daytrip)

29th july
5th aug
12th aug
13th aug
19th aug
20th aug
26th aug
27th aug * (including first plane of the day out and last one back) -- good for a daytrip

AlphaPets;2513982

£16.00 credit card fee!



thats ryanscum for you!

say no to ryan air. they are worst!!!

I've never flown with Ryanair before do they charge for any baggage you wish to take ?

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adam787_1;2515665

I've never flown with Ryanair before do they charge for any baggage you … I've never flown with Ryanair before do they charge for any baggage you wish to take ?


Yes and its alot, about £16 i Believe per Suitcase. Hand Luggage is FREE.

alexandercooper;2516325

Yes and its alot, about £16 i Believe per Suitcase. Hand Luggage is … Yes and its alot, about £16 i Believe per Suitcase. Hand Luggage is FREE.


was £16 more like£24 now shocking

2p for 12 hours in Dublin? No thanks.

God I despise these people. They absolutely should not be allowed to advertise 1p when the tax alone is £20 each. Add in the cost of actually paying as well and your flight comes to £40 or so.

The price displayed should be what it will cost you.

I can't seem to find a return on the 29th/30th only going out, so it's all working out £100+ with taxes and before credit card fee for me, so I'm not sure if the returns are sold out now.

tooner;2516444

2p for 12 hours in Dublin? No thanks.




I lol'd :-D

cant even seen to find it can anyone else or has it gone i cant see free tax depart and return

just tried for the 29th july and the flights out at 8.00am are 12.99 each but returning its 1p each ,from bristol,if you try for the 9th sept 08 it is 1p each way each ..8.00am and choice of 2 return times same day or the same price if you chose to come back following day .but they add on extras for baggage and insurances,and if you check in at airport ,but if you change to 0 baggage and online checkin ,0 insurance it worked out for a family of 5, 10 p before debit card charges but i didnt get as far as finding out the price with debit card charges .

Dellboy;2516503

God I despise these people. They absolutely should not be allowed to … God I despise these people. They absolutely should not be allowed to advertise 1p when the tax alone is £20 each. Add in the cost of actually paying as well and your flight comes to £40 or so.The price displayed should be what it will cost you.



You're mistaken: when ryanair have the 1p offers on, the tax is included as part of the penny. What you do pay for are the charges. This means that if you want to check-in a bag, or check in at the airport at all (as opposed to online), buy the priority boarding/insurance, or pay with anything other than a visa electron card *then* you get charged more.

Realistically, you're not all that likely to dodge all of those charges, most commonly people either don't have the magic visa electron card and incur a card handling fee (now jacked up to £4 per passenger per flight) or are adamant about checking in a bag, which costs them both the baggage fee and the airport checkin fee.

It looks like the penny flights in the thread's title are now gone. Had they still been there, someone who was willing to not check a bag in (do you really need one for a daytrip?), use online checkin (which isn't too difficult) and has the magic visa electron card will get a day out for 2p, those with other cards will pay £8.02 - still less than the train to the airport in my case.

Edit: I still see 1p flights with no tax on the 29th and 30th - so the "it looks like the penny flights in the thread's title are now gone" is innaccurate

There are also some more penny flights on the briston-dublin route on the following dates:

5th aug
6th aug
12th aug
13th aug
19th aug
20th aug
26th aug
27th aug

In most cases, the first flight of the day out to dublin has no penny tickets left, which makes a day out difficult. However, if you're looking either for an overnight stay, or a week away these would still be suitable.

People need to stop moaning. I have used Ryanair twice...nothing wrong with em. No different from other bob job budget airlines like BMI from my experience. Booked via my sisters electron....no charge. Went to barca for 20 quid return once....and more recently went to Southern France for a week and flights cost me 2p each for 4 people return....I was charged 8p in total. Instead of being lazy ****s and moaning when you dont get a 2p flight after your first search, you should have a good look around. You have to be flexible, look around at diff dates and what not and you will find something. If I had more free time, I would have made a few more trips to Europe this year which would have cost me max 20 quid return. Which is cheaper than me going to London.

there is also a lot from stn to dub on 29/07/
do fr still not allow OLCI for non EU pax?

Not a bad deal, I have searched from Leeds Bradford and same great offer

dont forget the taxi from the airport will be like 50 euro:x

and the birds are ugly:p

Thanks for this voted hot and rep added.

Going with wife and 2 kids on the 29th July just for the 1 night, cost me the princely sum of 8p using a mates Electron card !!

I chose no luggage and online check-in to save on the fees does that mean we can't even take any hand luggage ? Any cheap hotels in Dublin ? Anything to do for kids in Dublin?

As you can see it was a spare of the moment booking and not really thought about anything yet !

Cheers in advance.
Adam

Original Poster

adam787_1;2520378

Thanks for this voted hot and rep added.Going with wife and 2 kids on the … Thanks for this voted hot and rep added.Going with wife and 2 kids on the 29th July just for the 1 night, cost me the princely sum of 8p using a mates Electron card !!I chose no luggage and online check-in to save on the fees does that mean we can't even take any hand luggage ? Any cheap hotels in Dublin ? Anything to do for kids in Dublin?As you can see it was a spare of the moment booking and not really thought about anything yet !Cheers in advance.Adam


Dublin Zoo for the Kids is in the City Centre of Dublin .

daalphamale;2520299

dont forget the taxi from the airport will be like 50 euro:xand the birds … dont forget the taxi from the airport will be like 50 euro:xand the birds are ugly:p



we got a taxi into centre, im sure it was around 20 euro

You can buy a visa electron pre loaded card from the post office, its free if you load it with euros and £3 if you load it with sterling.

loupomm;2521260

we got a taxi into centre, im sure it was around 20 euro


Hope its not 50 Euros !

Voted cold, but unfortunately not as cold as the Arctic ice thats melting due in part to their ridiculous air fare deals!

Ryanair is terrible anyhow!

can you buy the post office euro card - and still use it to pay for the flights?

daalphamale;2520299

dont forget the taxi from the airport will be like 50 euro:xand the birds … dont forget the taxi from the airport will be like 50 euro:xand the birds are ugly:p



€25 last month.... or

adam787_1;2520378

...I chose no luggage and online check-in to save on the fees does that … ...I chose no luggage and online check-in to save on the fees does that mean we can't even take any hand luggage ? ...



Sorry I missed that question for so long, you still get hand luggage. You're allowed one piece each, up to 10kg (although I've never been checked and travelled way over) and subject to a maximum size of 55x40x20cm (again, never been checked despite being way over and there being equipment for checking at the gate)

Has anyone tried the post office pre loaded card? I bought the travelex electron one the other day and it does not work on the ryanair site!

eek! I was thinking of trying the post office one myself
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