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RyainAir £5 Flights to Ireland
RyainAir £5 Flights to Ireland

RyainAir £5 Flights to Ireland

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Fares include taxes, fees & charges

Booking Period: Fri 11th Apr 08 - Mon 14th Apr 08
Travel Period: Thu 01st May 08 - Mon 30th Jun 08
I just booked a weekend away for my family of four four less than £40!

Applicable Days: after 12:00 Mon
all day Tue Wed
before 12:00 Thurs
after 12:00 Sat (subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: 14 Days in advance
Blackout Period: 29th May '08 - 03rd Jun '08 all routes to/from Ireland
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer

24 Comments

ryanair dates just dont suit me

may be from stansted but when i tried manchester or blackpool it added taxes on both ways

imranmaz;1878104

doesnt work... cold



What date/time did you try?

June 1st is a sunday and is not included in this offer. It's probable that the flights on the tuesday are getting fuller. You can't vote cold ofr the sunday, but for the tuesday i can see your point.

Original Poster

emasu;1878115

What date/time did you try?



I'm leaving from East Midlands on Sat 28 and coming back on the 29th for £39.96.

Too many restrictions as usual and for this one.Weekdays popular so the unemployed (or shifties!) can benefit again!! Voting cold until some weekend deals come up!!

I can't help but feel Ryanair are digging their own grave,, just more fuel for the ASA to through the book at them, and rightly so in my opinion. When will they learn, seems like never

With ryanair you do need to know what you are doing, but there is one thing they do make easy. If you travel with hand luggage only, you can check in online 5 days ahead, and print out boarding card/priority pass. This means for a short break you can print return as well. Worth knowing this, as it does save on cost of extras, and you don't need to find an internet cafe/hotel web for return.

imranmaz;1878169

june 1st-3rd stanstead-dublin


DOH! Blackout Period: 29th May '08 - 03rd Jun '08

Does anyone know anywhere giving cashback on Ryanair?

hot deal

stpandp;1878765

With ryanair you do need to know what you are doing, but there is one … With ryanair you do need to know what you are doing, but there is one thing they do make easy. If you travel with hand luggage only, you can check in online 5 days ahead, and print out boarding card/priority pass. This means for a short break you can print return as well. Worth knowing this, as it does save on cost of extras, and you don't need to find an internet cafe/hotel web for return.



Do they accept a display on a screen of a PDA as a boarding card/print out?

ibiza;1878860

Do they accept a display on a screen of a PDA as a boarding card/print … Do they accept a display on a screen of a PDA as a boarding card/print out?



They keep part of the boarding pass so I doubt it

ooooooo i might take a trip to irland me thinks x

Any way you can avoid paying to check in? It seems rediculous to have to pay for something fundamental - and not include it in the price.

and also - do they charge you the credit card charge per person per flight? Because that accounts for the cost, and is stupid! They charge you once!!!!

ms2005;1878751

I can't help but feel Ryanair are digging their own grave,, just more … I can't help but feel Ryanair are digging their own grave,, just more fuel for the ASA to through the book at them, and rightly so in my opinion. When will they learn, seems like never


OMG - if you have an hour to spare & fancy a laugh or 10,000 (you'll get the pun when you read), see ryanair.com/sit…ASA

I don't think either side went up in my estimation. One thing I would say is that I would have my communications proof read for grammatical errors if I were one of the main people in future!

gaijintendo;1879098

Any way you can avoid paying to check in? It seems rediculous to have to … Any way you can avoid paying to check in? It seems rediculous to have to pay for something fundamental - and not include it in the price.

Of course it is ridiculous, but it's done so that people fall over themselves advertise them for free on places like HotUKDeals.

Nice find!!!

Yes really they're £5 (price exclude, luggage charge, seating charge, desk check-in charge, credit card charge).

I own a couple of places in Ireland and I can without fear of contradiction that Ryan Air are the worst rip off carrier to Ireland.

Nice find, I'm tempted by this.,....

Thanks

Thanks brehaut. Just planing a trip to Dublin.... HOT

gaijintendo;1879098

Any way you can avoid paying to check in? It seems rediculous to have to … Any way you can avoid paying to check in? It seems rediculous to have to pay for something fundamental - and not include it in the price. and also - do they charge you the credit card charge per person per flight? Because that accounts for the cost, and is stupid! They charge you once!!!!




Yes, select online checkin and hand luggage only (gives you "free priority boarding" i.e. remember to print our your own boarding card for going and return, and decline travel insurance. Price then remains at £5 each way. Choose to pay by visa electron, and there is no charge, or pay by debit card for a smaller charge than credit card. Even then, you can still get a trip to ireland for £12 return - car parking at the airport/train fare to get there will be more!

was 1p last year.
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