Ryanair 3 day seat sale from £9.99 one way
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Ryanair 3 day seat sale from £9.99 one way

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Found 30th Dec 2017
Ok, so we all know this airline is isn’t anybody’s favourite, firstly does anybody ever win their lottery (who buys lottery tickets on the plane), that god awful toot song they play when they land anywhere ahead of schedule and then there’s the whole hand/hold luggage ‘not enough overhead space’ debacle!

But one thing we all know is that they do some seriously cheap flights to a heck of a lot of places (some more obscure than others) and boy do we love a deal ey!

So far flights from (all one way)
London Stanstead* are:
Toulouse £12.99
Grenoble £14.99
Bordeaux £24.99
And other cities

If you live up North then you’re in for a treat

From Manchester to..
Brussels, Dublin, Hamburg, Mallorca, Nuremberg, Shannon, Stuttgart from £9.99

Then a whole lot of other cities from £12.99 and upwards

But hurry 3 days only!
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You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!
Fingers crossed you get a pilot
MRSTATS1 h, 54 m ago

Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. …Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. Paid to be seated together on the return flight.


Sounds like a good result to me.
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You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!
Nothing from Liverpool
themanseven25 m ago

Nothing from Liverpool


Just the M62
zel6919 h, 9 m ago

Just the M62


I've always dreamt I'm in an aeroplane and the plane tries landing on streets 😶
Edited by: "dealerxxx" 30th Dec 2017
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RedDevilPJB5 h, 16 m ago

You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together …You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!


Don't ever say that on Tripadvisor. They (forum members) will shoot you down in flames, even though you are right.
I agree they are cheap and ideal for those on a strict budget but you get what you pay for. Apparently the chance of you winning their scratch card €1m price is 1.25 billion to 1. Even if your ticket wins it you are invited to a room where 125 envelopes are laid out across the table and just ONE of them has the €1m prize inside. The rest have €50k. You have more chance of winning the National Lottery. Only a tiny percentage goes to good causes. Ryanair makes a lot of profit from it though.
Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. Paid to be seated together on the return flight.
Flights that were £4.99 boxing day are now £9.99.
Great sale
Fingers crossed you get a pilot
Is it one way because you might not be able to fly back when they cancel the flight ? :-)
MRSTATS1 h, 54 m ago

Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. …Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. Paid to be seated together on the return flight.


Sounds like a good result to me.
penguini1 h, 19 m ago

Fingers crossed you get a pilot


I think the pilot is included in the ticket price 🤔
CompuFocus13 m ago

I think the pilot is included in the ticket price 🤔



It was'nt though for some flights this year!, hence they cancelled quite a number. Ryan Air is a lottery airline - who's to say they won't do it again in 2018....
Is it safe to book now. The pilots had their hols now?
"if you live up north"... On a UK site. And means Manchester...
Edited by: "WeeWifie" 30th Dec 2017
MRSTATS3 h, 41 m ago

Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. …Travelled recently with them and I was seated isle 1 and wife in isle 30. Paid to be seated together on the return flight.



29 aisles away from the missus on a Ryanair flight? Sounds like a high value extra.
Edited by: "le_jaeger" 30th Dec 2017
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le_jaeger1 m ago

29 aisles away from the missus on a Ryanair flight? Sounds like a high …29 aisles away from the missus on a Ryanair flight? Sounds like a high value extra.


Some would say that is a blessing
RedDevilPJB10 h, 56 m ago

You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together …You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!


For some people that is a bonus.
zel6910 h, 38 m ago

Just the M62


I know, but I was looking to fly to Vilnius soon and ryanair doesn't fly there from Manc
Prices look good, but they hammer you with extra charges at any opportunity including as written above to sit next to the person you are on the same booking with. I didn't think they would go so low as to split up families on board if they won't stump up the extra fees, but they have.
RedDevilPJB11 h, 36 m ago

You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together …You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!


I am booked with in May, but this will more than likely be my last flight with them. They may advertise flights for £9.99, but with all the extras they keep adding on, they just aren't as cheap anymore as people think.
Anyone close enough to Liverpool should consider flying with Blue Air if they fly the route you want to go to. We only flew with them due to Monarch going bust. We had never heard of Blue Air, but pleased we gave them a chance. They are a breath of fresh air and reminded me of how flying used to be, before they stripped it back to the bare minimum.

The plane wasn't the newest, but the service was great. Plenty of legroom and they even came round with complimentary tea, coffee or soft drinks and a flapjack. They also have a selection of seats that you can pre book free of charge.
stevej198238 m ago

I am booked with in May, but this will more than likely be my last flight …I am booked with in May, but this will more than likely be my last flight with them. They may advertise flights for £9.99, but with all the extras they keep adding on, they just aren't as cheap anymore as people think.


What extras? You literally pay the advertised £9.99.
Fly with them all the time, never had a problem and find them very good.

Clearly I'm in the minority, here.
Kimbrehhh1 h, 55 m ago

What extras? You literally pay the advertised £9.99.


The booking fee, the hold luggage, the seat selection cost, food/drink on board.
For some, these are necessary and you could easily have spent about £40-50 each way by the end of it.
Not to mention transport/parking to and from the airports that are sometimes a little further out than more reputable airlines.
RedDevilPJB14 h, 13 m ago

You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together …You forgot the fact they now don't sit people who book together together making you pay for it!


Is this new? Haven't flown with them in a year but never reserved seats as always ended up together once checked in
bluecat12323 m ago

The booking fee, the hold luggage, the seat selection cost, food/drink on …The booking fee, the hold luggage, the seat selection cost, food/drink on board.For some, these are necessary and you could easily have spent about £40-50 each way by the end of it. Not to mention transport/parking to and from the airports that are sometimes a little further out than more reputable airlines.


So the exact same as every other low-cost airline.
Ryanair sales generally never seem to actually be any good. The popular flights/fri/sun flights wont be cheap reduced, the only ones that are generally the cheap flights are tues/wed/thur which generally churn thru about 5 different 4.99 flight 'sales' and which would only cost about 7.99 when the supposed sale isnt on.
They're changing the way they do the on-board luggage from the new year so be careful about that... I think you can't take anything on-board unless you pay extra.
Kimbrehhh4 h, 0 m ago

So the exact same as every other low-cost airline.


I haven't flown with an Airline that splits people up on purpose. You book together then you sit together, providing there are seats together. Ryanair are now deliberately splitting people up and then offering you a seat next to your travel companion for an extra cost which is double the price it was before you tried to check in. That is an unavoidable extra. Ryanair also has very high baggage costs compared to other Airlines.
adamwilko0074 h, 23 m ago

Is this new? Haven't flown with them in a year but never reserved seats as …Is this new? Haven't flown with them in a year but never reserved seats as always ended up together once checked in


It seems to be from what people are saying. They split you up, then tell you they can offer you a seat next to your travel partner if you pay extra.
Kimbrehhh6 h, 24 m ago

What extras? You literally pay the advertised £9.99.


I decided to add an extra case to my booking 4 months before the flight was was told I should of done at the time of booking. It would of been £50 now it's £80. Any other airline I have flown with, providing you haven't already checked in, then you are free to add any extras without incurring increased costs.
stevej19824 h, 17 m ago

I decided to add an extra case to my booking 4 months before the flight …I decided to add an extra case to my booking 4 months before the flight was was told I should of done at the time of booking. It would of been £50 now it's £80. Any other airline I have flown with, providing you haven't already checked in, then you are free to add any extras without incurring increased costs.


I've added a case the day before a flight for (IIRC) £22.

I've experienced the being-seated-away-from your-partner problem you mentioned, but were able to change the seat for a few £s extra. While undesirable, it still beat the nearest airline offering the same flight by multiple ££s.
gadasiu21 h, 22 m ago

They're changing the way they do the on-board luggage from the new year so …They're changing the way they do the on-board luggage from the new year so be careful about that... I think you can't take anything on-board unless you pay extra.


You can still take your hand-luggage on board for free. If you take two bags on board, the larger one will be placed in the hold (if I understand correctly). If you pay £5 extra for priority you can take two bags on board with you (up to 10kg each).
Edited by: "Kimbrehhh" 31st Dec 2017
Kimbrehhh10 h, 23 m ago

I've added a case the day before a flight for (IIRC) £22. I've experienced …I've added a case the day before a flight for (IIRC) £22. I've experienced the being-seated-away-from your-partner problem you mentioned, but were able to change the seat for a few £s extra. While undesirable, it still beat the nearest airline offering the same flight by multiple ££s.


Well the rules have obviously now changed, because they now charge £25 more each than it would have cost at the time of booking.
stevej19826 h, 13 m ago

Well the rules have obviously now changed, because they now charge £25 …Well the rules have obviously now changed, because they now charge £25 more each than it would have cost at the time of booking.


They have. I edited my last comment:

They've increased the cost (to £40) of adding hold-luggage after your initial booking, but they've increased the weight from 15kg to 20kg, and reduced the price to £25 if you do it at POS.

1 x 20kg case added as part of your initial booking = £25.

1 x 20kg case added after your initial booking = £40.

This is cheaper than Easyjet and various other budget carriers.

All is explained here - corporate.ryanair.com/new…es/
Edited by: "Kimbrehhh" 31st Dec 2017
dealerxxx30th Dec 2017

I've always dreamt I'm in an aeroplane and the plane tries landing on … I've always dreamt I'm in an aeroplane and the plane tries landing on streets 😶


I have a similar one, but taking off from streets. It never ends well. 😦
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