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If you missed the 1p flights. Ryanair has a million £9.99 flights. Book by midnight 7/9/09
If you missed the 1p flights. Ryanair has a million £9.99 flights. Book by midnight 7/9/09

If you missed the 1p flights. Ryanair has a million £9.99 flights. Book by midnight 7/9/09

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OK, not as good as the 1p one way deals that were around earlier in the week. However if you missed out on them - there's a load of £9.99 flights available (just to be clear, you do not pay taxes or any extras unless you choose other flights not included in the deal).
All you have to do is select a £9.99 flight from the list (on the left of the screen you can choose your starting airport from a drop-down list "click here for more departing airports" - it then tells you which destinations are included). To cancel their insurance charges click "no travel insurance required" from the drop-down menu that starts off filled with "please select a country of residence". Select 0 bags (you can take a 10kg bag with you for free). Pay by Visa Electron (got mine through the Co-operative bank), chek-in online and print off your boarding slip and Robert is your father's brother.
If your selected flight comes up with all the taxes - choose a different flight on a different day - there's loads to choose from (1 million seats).
But you CAN get return flights round Europe for just under £20.

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Original Poster

A Full idiot's guide to booking with Ryanair and paying the minimum amount.
1. Only Book when they are advertising flights at a given full price, and only book these flights.
If your chosen flight comes up priced up full of taxes - it's not included in the deal - try another flight or time.
2. Get yourself a Visa Electron card.
Co-Op bank and a few others do these. I think they also accept free of charge some online payment methods.
3. Do not take any "Hold Luggage"
You'll be surprised how much weight 10KG is. You can buy cheap suitcases that conform to Ryanair's size standard from a variety of places. Sports Direct (or whatever they're calling themselves this week) do one for about £8
4. Check In Online for both legs of your journey before you go.
Print off the boarding pass (I print 2 in case the bar-code isn't read on one) and keep them safe.
5. Do not take out Ryanair's trave insurance.
When you get to the confirmation page, you click on the box that says "please select country of residence" and select "no travel insurance is required"
6. If you have an infant or push-chair then it's going to cost more.
This is just how Ryanair is, and they won't change it. It costs extra to take an infant, and to take a push-chair you have to check-in in person for which there is a charge (although the actual push-chair isn't charged as extra baggage)
7. If you don't want to pay silly money on the plane for a snack - eat beforehand, or take your own grub.
Often airport food is expensive. However, most flights are only 2 hours or so, so you should be able to manage from one meal to the next. You're adults - work it out.

Original Poster

I'm laughing at the cold votes - like £20 return to fly round Europe is a bad deal.

Alright if you don't mind travelling like a sheep...

Original Poster

Like a sheep? No less leg-room than any other lfight I've been on. I can honestly say that apart from the "random boarding", Ryanair is exactly like any other flight I've ever been on - better than a few.

graybags;6220334

I'm laughing at the cold votes - like £20 return to fly round Europe is a … I'm laughing at the cold votes - like £20 return to fly round Europe is a bad deal.



I am not voting at all anyway, it's not something I have a lot of interest in, and to be honest I normally wouldn't even look at the deal, but the headline just drew me in! There are some "deals" and some companies where free would still be far too much, as they require a certain amount of masochistic tendency to even want to get involved, and I would suspect this might just be the No.1 in the list of "not while I have a hole in my posterior" ways to get into the air! :whistling:

surboy;6220392

Alright if you don't mind travelling like a sheep...



I take it you have never travelled on a bus, coach or train then? At least you get a seat guaranteed on RyanAir. Not sure what people's gripes are.

Probably another person who has never travelled RyanAir.

This is different than the 1p offer as there are more destinations available. For example Madrid and Mallorca from Liverpool rarely come up on these deals - and these are 2 great places to have city breaks. Not bad for £20 return.

nihcaj;6220436

I am not voting at all anyway, it's not something I have a lot of … I am not voting at all anyway, it's not something I have a lot of interest in, and to be honest I normally wouldn't even look at the deal, but the headline just drew me in! There are some "deals" and some companies where free would still be far too much, as they require a certain amount of masochistic tendency to even want to get involved, and I would suspect this might just be the No.1 in the list of "not while I have a hole in my posterior" ways to get into the air! :whistling:



I think a lot of people 'suspect' the same as you and are put off by posts like the ones above.

I guess it leaves more flights for the rest of us but I just hope people don't get put off flying on these great deals because of feedback from people, who in the main have never travelled with RyanAir and jump on the RyanAir bashing bandwagon.

This is a moneysaving site and if people can fly for less then please post it here. I'd be happy to use another airline if anyone can get me return flights for less than £20.

These threads are always the same, negative posts by people who "would never travel by Ryanair" and positive posts by those who do. I fly regularly with low cost airlines, Ryanair are not nearly the worst (my experiences of Easyjet are far worse than Ryanair). Of course you have to read the small print & obey the rules - that's how you get a bargain. The one thing the moaners never post on these threads is an example of getting the same product cheaper elsewhere.

mikehoche;6220521

These threads are always the same, negative posts by people who "would … These threads are always the same, negative posts by people who "would never travel by Ryanair" and positive posts by those who do. I fly regularly with low cost airlines, Ryanair are not nearly the worst (my experiences of Easyjet are far worse than Ryanair). Of course you have to read the small print & obey the rules - that's how you get a bargain. The one thing the moaners never post on these threads is an example of getting the same product cheaper elsewhere.



Actually, no one IS moaning, that I can see.

As threads go, pretty tame! Unusually civilised posts I thought, probably because the whole Ryanair thing is very much old news, and we see how appalling Easyjet are first hand on TV.

I am not a regular traveller, that's why I normally wouldn't have even looked in, the amount of saving I could make on air deals would be a lot less than a regular tuppence off a tin of beans would mean; but one thing is clear, with all budget airlines, they are a bargain ONLY if you can tolerate the whole package, and cold votes appear to indicate a lot can't!

There is always a deal on at ryanair

surboy;6220392

Alright if you don't mind travelling like a sheep...



I will travel around europe like a sheep for £20

Original Poster

All I can say is "tough crowd". £20 buys you a return airfare in Europe, and yet it's a "cold deal". As others have said. You show me where I cna get this cheaper, and then vote it cold.
If I'd posted beans for 1p less than normal it'd be 150 degrees. You've got to laugh.

bignumber10;6221406

I will travel around europe like a sheep for £20



I regularly fly around europe for away games using ryanair/easyjet - cheaply!

Think there are a few £5 flights too,great deal as usual

Original Poster

Remember this expires at midnight tonight.

hot for me; please post more of simillar deals.:thumbsup:
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