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Ryanair - 1 Million flights - From £5 one way including taxes
Ryanair - 1 Million flights - From £5 one way including taxes

Ryanair - 1 Million flights - From £5 one way including taxes

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Wouldn't normally post Ryanair deals but this one looks good. Managed to find and book a flight and the taxes are all included. Its cheap until you get to the bagage/priority boarding/evil credit card charge but all in, got a return on a very popular route with hold baggage,pb and paid on credit card for under £80! and thats for two people.

Here's the blurb:

Are you looking to go away on a much needed bargain holiday? At Ryanair we have brought you another incredible seat sale that is too good to be missed. For only £5 (taxes included) you can get jet off to a host of Europes top locations. Choose between skiing, sun worshiping, or get away to watch your sporting heroes in action.
This amazing £5 offer begins midnight tonight, log onto Ryaniar.com and dont let this offer pass you by.

Book until 01/03/09.

17 Comments

I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less money for ryanair then so be it.

If you don't have an electron card use entropay.com. If is basically a virtual electron card and only charges 5% fee with a minimum of £10 to load - so if you buy a couple of £5 flights it will only cost you 50p.

It is available to use instantly so is cheaper/quicker than the post office money card.

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Cheap_n_Nicety;4484147

I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less … I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less money for ryanair then so be it.If you don't have an electron card use entropay.com. If is basically a virtual electron card and only charges 5% fee with a minimum of £10 to load - so if you buy a couple of £5 flights it will only cost you 50p. It is available to use instantly so is cheaper/quicker than the post office money card.



Wow, thanks for that. Ill use it next time I book

or get a Halifax account with Electron card - NO FEE at all
halifax.co.uk/ban…asp

If you have to travel in the engine like in your photo I think I'll pass

Cheap_n_Nicety;4484147

I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less … I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less money for ryanair then so be it.If you don't have an electron card use entropay.com. If is basically a virtual electron card and only charges 5% fee with a minimum of £10 to load - so if you buy a couple of £5 flights it will only cost you 50p. It is available to use instantly so is cheaper/quicker than the post office money card.



Very hel[ful tip, rep added. I wish I had known about this service before I booked for Pisa on Sunday! Thanks anyway. :thumbsup:

Cheap_n_Nicety;4484147

I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less … I mentioned this in a previous thread but if repeating it means less money for ryanair then so be it.If you don't have an electron card use entropay.com. If is basically a virtual electron card and only charges 5% fee with a minimum of £10 to load - so if you buy a couple of £5 flights it will only cost you 50p. It is available to use instantly so is cheaper/quicker than the post office money card.



Thanks a lot for the info.................. Repped :thumbsup: the card fee with ryanair is a real con :x

Why is this cold?, £10 return to Spain, I can't get a taxi in to town for that.

Inactive;4485540

Why is this cold?, £10 return to Spain, I can't get a taxi in to town for … Why is this cold?, £10 return to Spain, I can't get a taxi in to town for that.



It's probably not the cheapy flight, it's likely to be ALL the additional charges - visa cards - baggage - over weight hand luggage etc.....etc ;-)

Soon racks it up :x

big-boy;4485754

It's probably not the cheapy flight, it's likely to be ALL the additional … It's probably not the cheapy flight, it's likely to be ALL the additional charges - visa cards - baggage - over weight hand luggage etc.....etc ;-)Soon racks it up :x



You only have to comply with the rules of the game, use an Electron Card ( free ), don't take any check in baggage, keep hand baggage under 10kg. etc. etc.

Total return cost to Spain = £10... no more to pay.:thumbsup:

don't take your baby... don't invite anyone who is not member of EU and don't buy anything on the duty free shop... :w00t:

Banned

Another excellent deal. Off to Spain for £10.00 return again. This is the 3rd time so far this year I have been to Spain. One bedroom Apartment only £40.00 for 2 nights. I dont understand why anyone can vote this deal cold. Voted hot for me.

big-boy;4485754

It's probably not the cheapy flight, it's likely to be ALL the additional … It's probably not the cheapy flight, it's likely to be ALL the additional charges - visa cards - baggage - over weight hand luggage etc.....etc ;-)Soon racks it up :x



It doesn't rack up at all if you use an electron card (easily available from your main post office) and only take hand luggage.

I reckon these cold voters are either a bit dim or just jealous they can't go on these flights.

I'm off to Reus for 4 nights this month = £10 each return, Mallorca next month for 3 nights = £7 each return and just booked Madrid in May = £10 each return. The latter 2 are Saturday to Tuesday with daytime flights. I didn't go on my 2p return trip to Limoges this month so I guess I wasted 4p with that booking but did go to Faro for £2 return in January. All these flights are from Liverpool.

Compare that with a £60 (at least) return train fare to London from where I live and even considering car parking and petrol to the airport it still works out cheaper to go on any of the above breaks I have mentioned than go to London.

Searcher2;4487593

It doesn't rack up at all if you use an electron card (easily available … It doesn't rack up at all if you use an electron card (easily available from your main post office) and only take hand luggage.I reckon these cold voters are either a bit dim or just jealous they can't go on these flights.I'm off to Reus for 4 nights this month = £10 each return, Mallorca next month for 3 nights = £7 each return and just booked Madrid in May = £10 each return. The latter 2 are Saturday to Tuesday with daytime flights. I didn't go on my 2p return trip to Limoges this month so I guess I wasted 4p with that booking but did go to Faro for £2 return in January. All these flights are from Liverpool.Compare that with a £60 (at least) return train fare to London from where I live and even considering car parking and petrol to the airport it still works out cheaper to go on any of the above breaks I have mentioned than go to London.



try including an infant to your trip and you will see that the visa electron won't be enough....

gcmarcal;4491406

try including an infant to your trip and you will see that the visa … try including an infant to your trip and you will see that the visa electron won't be enough....



I think that would fall into the 'jealously' bit. I admit it doesn't seem fair. RyanAir claim

“Ryanair charges just £16 for infants (from eight days to 23 months). This is not a promotional fare, but a year-round commitment to keeping infant fares low. Infants must be checked in at the airport, as they must be accompanied by a passenger aged 16 years or above and booked in the ratio of one infant per adult. This is for safety and insurance requirements.”

If there is more than one non-infant checking in then maybe just book one adult per infant and book the remainder in with online booking

Even with this I don't see how RyanAir deals can be considered cold. If people feel this then provide examples of cheaper deals. Even considering infant charges.

I did not vote cold. just pointed out that they will never have good deals if you take your baby as they rip you off for having the baby on byour lap, plus make you pay for the check in.

which ones of these flights are actually £5 every time i try to book one its £5 plus taxes!!

Remember to take your own Potty or Empty Bottle to take a Wizz in ......... :-D

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