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Ryanair - £1 flights sept. only
Ryanair - £1 flights sept. only

Ryanair - £1 flights sept. only

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I searched but couldn't find anything. Book before 4th August.

Loads of destinations it seems.

I haven't managed to find any £1 flights yet, but site keeps coming up with "problem loading page" so I haven't actually been able to find many flights at all.

Booking Period: Tue 29th Jul 08 - Mon 04th Aug 08
Travel Period: Mon 01st Sep 08 - Sat 31st Jan 09
Applicable Days: after 12:00 Mon
all day Tues/Wed
before 12:00 Thurs
after 12:00 Sat
(subject to availability)
Blackout Period: 17th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 EX UK only
24th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 EX Ireland only
18th Dec '08 - 07th Jan '09 all routes
12th Feb '09 - 23rd Feb '09 EX Ireland/UK
12th Mar '09 - 18th Mar '09 to/from Ireland only
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer


EDIT: looks like they've changed the terms now, so it's only valid in September.

33 Comments

even moneysavingsexpert flight tracker is saying ryanair's site it currently having problems.. thanks for the heads up though.. will check back later

voted hot, although the places are rather poor IMO

Had a look through several airports, couldn't find anything. Note that many of the routes advertised are also many of the routes that are part of the 14% cutback during the winter months. Some good deals to be had but try finding them!

One of the reasons Ryanair are doing so badly is their appalling attitude towards customers when things go wrong. With most airlines, if a flight doesn't operate for some reason they will try to help you sort the problem out in some way. Not Ryanair. You're on your own - don't expect any help from them. If you're abroad, it will be up to you to find (and pay for) another flight if there isn't a Ryanair one. Up to you to pay any hotel costs too.

Just compare the Ryanair terms and conditions with other airlines (even low cost operators like Easyjet). You could save £10 on a flight, but have to spend several hundred pounds getting home.

If you really can't avoid Ryanair, use them, but there's usually a much better option for a little more cash (or maybe even a little less).

£1 a flight...

£4 per flight per person to pay by anything other than visa electron!
£24 for a hold bag! :w00t:

£32 extra per person!!
Puts a different spin on the £1 a flight. :x

May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a family of 5 to fly to South of France for a week. Key camp at £251 and £161 car hire, a weeks holiday for a family of 5 for £500 is an absolute bargain when your on a tight budget

3 little monkeys;2636984

May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a f … May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a family of 5 to fly to South of France for a week. Key camp at £251 and £161 car hire, a weeks holiday for a family of 5 for £500 is an absolute bargain when your on a tight budget



Sounds a great deal, but the big problem with Ryanair is that if the flight back is cancelled for any reason at all, you'll have to buy replacement flights with another airline at short notice for probably well over a thousand pounds. Too much of a risk for me.

Original Poster

Finally found a £1 each way flight, for a quick trip to Marseille - 15th to 16th September - from Stansted.

I've spotted outgoing flights from liverpool to budapest (1st, 15th) and outgoing flights from manchester to marsaille (3rd) but havent spotted a return yet

3 little monkeys;2636984

May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a f … May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a family of 5 to fly to South of France for a week. Key camp at £251 and £161 car hire, a weeks holiday for a family of 5 for £500 is an absolute bargain when your on a tight budget



Hi where did you get the Keyamp so cheap, what dates etc?

Site dosnt seem to be working well at the moment. Stansted has £2 return flights to Hahn, Milan, Bremen and Hamburg all within reasonable times to have a short city break. Some of the advertised £1 destinations dont actually seem to have any seats avaliable at this price (Stansted to Porto/Girona/Lodz/Pula are examples of these.) Maybe they sold out really quickly; I think this deal started yesterday. Hot deal tho, remember look for the flights that say 'No taxes' for the £1 fare.

3 little monkeys;2636984

May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a f … May not work out at £1 per flight but just cost me £82 in total for a family of 5 to fly to South of France for a week. Key camp at £251 and £161 car hire, a weeks holiday for a family of 5 for £500 is an absolute bargain when your on a tight budget

Free food and free petrol? A bargain indeed!

We're going 17th - 24th Sept to South of France. Have now booked with Siblu as found a 5% code DALI and it's the same site as Key Camp one but was £240. You can use Tesco vouchers with Siblu aswell but I've already spent mine on theme parks!!

booked a return to Dublin in Jan 09 for £50 return.

fare was "special offer £9.99 inc taxes etc"

so thats £20 quid return..sweet

then Im stung for £24 to check a bag in and charged £6 to pay by card (out of all the cards you can pay with only visa electron is free of any fees so get a simple account with an electron card to avoid this.)

the hold space is fixed anyway so I dont know why they charge passengers for he bags to fill it! granted a bit more fuel but not £12 each, each way!

anyway WRC Ireland here i come!!!

still a bargain

Newbold;2634621

One of the reasons Ryanair are doing so badly is their appalling attitude … One of the reasons Ryanair are doing so badly is their appalling attitude towards customers when things go wrong. With most airlines, if a flight doesn't operate for some reason they will try to help you sort the problem out in some way. Not Ryanair. You're on your own - don't expect any help from them. If you're abroad, it will be up to you to find (and pay for) another flight if there isn't a Ryanair one. Up to you to pay any hotel costs too.Just compare the Ryanair terms and conditions with other airlines (even low cost operators like Easyjet). You could save £10 on a flight, but have to spend several hundred pounds getting home.If you really can't avoid Ryanair, use them, but there's usually a much better option for a little more cash (or maybe even a little less).


Doing so badly? Ryanair are by far the most successful airline in Europe. Yes, with them it is very much emptor caveat - their flights are priced like bus trips and should be treated as such. Don't fly with them if you expect them to spend 100 times the cost of your flight sorting out your bed for the night if something goes wrong(which is does much less often with ryanair).

Newbold;2637056

Sounds a great deal, but the big problem with Ryanair is that if the … Sounds a great deal, but the big problem with Ryanair is that if the flight back is cancelled for any reason at all, you'll have to buy replacement flights with another airline at short notice for probably well over a thousand pounds. Too much of a risk for me.


Please stop scaremongering - the very worst case scenario is you'll have to spend a night sleeping on the airport floor and get flown by back the next day. Don't book your return flights to come in just before you NEED to be home - weather cancellations etc can happen with any airline.

I use Ryanair regularly and it really is £1 each way if you book it right. On breakfast t.v. today the consumer expert said it would be far better to carry on your luggage as there is no wait at the other end and no chance of losing it, the allowance is 10kg after all and the one you pay to check in is only 15kg. Ask you bank for a visa electron card, they look a bit weird at you (especially if you are premium banking) but they can open up a simple current account (say its for bills or holidays) and get a card on that, its free .

Oh and re the flight cancellation, a lady told me a flight was cancelled last year due to a strike in France and Ryanair even helped with accomodation and put them all on a flight elsewhere that returned to the destination after a stop off in another Airport.
My friend missed her Ryanair flight after checking in and they only made her pay about £30 for the next flight, which I think is more than fair as she was already in the airport and checked in so it was entirely her fault!!!

Can't find any to Balaton :?

I booked flights B'ham to Perpignan yesterday £1 flights each way, came to £80 in total for adults 1 child.

If anyone with an baby under 2 is doing this deal, book them in as a child so they get their own seat and its cheaper (infants still showing as £16, child £1)

Hi We booked with Ryanair in June we went to visit my parents in Spain:-D, we looked on [url]www.skyscanner.net[/url] for flights (a great site for compairing flights was recomened by alot of my parents friends they all sail around the med and world so fly from all over) and the flights we booked with ryanair ranged from £120 to £1 :thumbsup:depending on what days we looked so if you know where you wont to go and when and have the time and you really do wont a no frills cattle market airline then keep going back to the ryanair website like I said the prices change daily and yes you have to add you baggage etc etc but if you can plan early it does end up cheap we did 10 days stanstead to Almeria £135 which included bags and was for 2 adult one 2 1/2 yrs old (child) and one 1 1/2 yrs old (infant) :whistling:It seems you need to really be booking about a month in advance, hope some of you manage to book some cheap flights and have nice hols, oh yes I wouldnt bother with priority boarding just means your sitting in the plane earlier which can be a killer sat on the tarmac waiting for everyone else to board as they turn off the air con (very very hot), we didnt book with that and did start to panic but all the other passengers around us where so helpful and we had great seat and together there and back but please dont expect staff to help yes customer service is not there best quality:x:

sounds good but is that with or without £100 tax added on?!

they usually get you with the tax.

heat added :thumbsup:

HenvY;2646157

Doing so badly? Ryanair are by far the most successful airline in Europe. … Doing so badly? Ryanair are by far the most successful airline in Europe. Yes, with them it is very much emptor caveat - their flights are priced like bus trips and should be treated as such. Don't fly with them if you expect them to spend 100 times the cost of your flight sorting out your bed for the night if something goes wrong(which is does much less often with ryanair).



Yes, they are doing badly! Don't you read the news? How about this from The Times, 29 July:

"Ryanair said that the price war would result in a loss of up to €60 million (£47 million) this year, compared with a profit of €481 million last year. Profits fell 85 per cent in the first quarter to €21 million as the airline's fuel bill nearly doubled."

Looks pretty bad to me.

HenvY;2646196

Please stop scaremongering - the very worst case scenario is you'll have … Please stop scaremongering - the very worst case scenario is you'll have to spend a night sleeping on the airport floor and get flown by back the next day. Don't book your return flights to come in just before you NEED to be home - weather cancellations etc can happen with any airline.



It's not scaremongering - just telling it the way it is. A night on the airport floor is certainly not the very worst case scenario, as people have found to their cost. There may well not be a Ryanair flight the next day, or indeed for several days.

Yes, they will book you onto their next flight. But you won't get on it if it's full, as it's likely to be if they've cancelled an earlier flight. You could have to spend several days waiting for a flight home, and Ryanair, unlike many other airlines such as Easyjet, will do very little to help you.

Take a brief look at some of the horror stories on ryanaircampaign.org/ if you don't believe me.

Wednesday's seem to be the £1 trip, got a return from Madrid for two people for £2 (of course). Got stung by the card payment thing tho :s

To avoid hold charges on a short trip just travel light and take hand luggage only. Either take less than 100ml liquids or buy what you need over there and disguard. Will be cheaper than £24 - complete rip off! Easyjet charge £5 each way.

paid £20 for 2 people return to Madrid.Got stung £16 for debit card fee.Good job return flights and taxes only £2 each.Now just to fine a cheap hotel.:thumbsup:

I've opened a basic account with my bank, did it online and got confirmation within a couple days and an electron card within a week. No more charges and I just transfer money into it to book flights etc where they con you out of money for using non electron cards!

They say 'you get what you pay for' in which case I think £1 is too much for a Ryanair flight!

wendyak;2646201

I use Ryanair regularly and it really is £1 each way if you book it … I use Ryanair regularly and it really is £1 each way if you book it right. On breakfast t.v. today the consumer expert said it would be far better to carry on your luggage as there is no wait at the other end and no chance of losing it, the allowance is 10kg after all and the one you pay to check in is only 15kg. Ask you bank for a visa electron card, they look a bit weird at you (especially if you are premium banking) but they can open up a simple current account (say its for bills or holidays) and get a card on that, its free .


:thumbsup: I too feel the same. I've never faced any probs and follow the above rules and you've got yourself an amazing deal! Esp if you're travelling as a couple for quick holiday! Btw heat added!

Myself and 6 mates are going to Belgium for €14 return all in :thumbsup: no complaints! :whistling:

How much is it going to cost you to get to and from the airports?
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