Ryanair Flash Sale: Flights to Europe from £5 each way
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Ryanair Flash Sale: Flights to Europe from £5 each way

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Found 15th Oct 2015
Ryanair are currently offering flights from London to Oslo in Norway for only £4.99 each way. Wow! Better be quick pirates as these flights won't last long at these prices. The flights are spanning November and December so why not use them to a Christmas Market trip or do your Christmas shopping and treat your friends and family to some great different gifts. Ryanair also have fares to and from other destinations at just £9.99.

Offer Routes:

London Stansted - Oslo Rygge (from £4.99)
London Stansted - Deuville Normandy (from £9.99)
London Stansted - Basel (from £9.99)
London Stansted - Gothenburg Landvetter (from £9.99)
Luton - Copenhagen (from £5.99)
Birmingham - Dublin (from £9.99)
Manchester - Dublin (from £9.99)
Manchester - Shannon (from £9.99)
Glasgow - Dublin (from £9.99)
Leeds - Dublin (from £9.99)
Liverpool - Dublin (from £9.99)
*These are just a few of the routes on promotion and you will find many more discounted fares using their fare finder tool*

How Find Alternative Dates: We have prepared a guide which will help you identify cheap Ryanair flights quickly and effectively it comes with step by step instructions of how to navigate around the Ryanair Website it is called 'Guide: How To Find Cheap Ryanair Flights'. You can find many cheap flights with Ryanair during there flash promotions with various dates however, seats are limited and do sell out quickly.

Note: These flights do not include checked in luggage but do include a 10kg Cabin Bag and a Small handbag however checked in luggage can easily be added on at a cost of £20 per 15kg each way so it is always worth packing wisely and only paying for those that you need.

There are some great accommodation options listed on our hotel comparison tool we suggest that you take a look over there and for those looking to do some travelling about, car hire can be picked up cheaply through our car hire comparison tool. Have a look at TripAdvisor when planning your holiday to find out what's hot and what's not when it comes to all the local attractions.
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They been like this for a while now, I kept checking on them.
"Better be quick pirates as these flights won't last long at these prices."

They've been the same price for 2-3 months now...
the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if they have 3 seats left at £21.99 and you want 4, you pay 4 x the price of the next set up, so say it will go to £34.99 - you will pay 4 x £34.99 unless you make multiple bookings. I don't even see how that is legal but there you go.
Dublin are always up for 9.99 if you're careful with dates. Use the fare finder.
snatch_master

the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if … the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if they have 3 seats left at £21.99 and you want 4, you pay 4 x the price of the next set up, so say it will go to £34.99 - you will pay 4 x £34.99 unless you make multiple bookings. I don't even see how that is legal but there you go.


I found that logic in all airlines so far. This is why I check 1 ticket cost and then full party. If higher, split the booking in to 2.
knocik

I found that logic in all airlines so far. This is why I check 1 ticket … I found that logic in all airlines so far. This is why I check 1 ticket cost and then full party. If higher, split the booking in to 2.



Annoying isn't it, trouble is 1 adult 3 kids can't be split.
Edited by: "snatch_master" 15th Oct 2015
Thanks, OP. Now going to Dublin for 3 days, with airport parking, for £54 return (2 people). Now I need to find somewhere to stay and make a plan!
COBHC

Thanks, OP. Now going to Dublin for 3 days, with airport parking, for £54 … Thanks, OP. Now going to Dublin for 3 days, with airport parking, for £54 return (2 people). Now I need to find somewhere to stay and make a plan!


have you tried airbnb all depends on your budget
I hadn't thought about those, but that's a good idea, cheers
Dublin accommodation not cheap!
Airbnb there is a nightmare too
Got many declines
don_in_ed

Dublin accommodation not cheap!Airbnb there is a nightmare tooGot many … Dublin accommodation not cheap!Airbnb there is a nightmare tooGot many declines



that's probably more to do with you/your profile.

I have never had issues there or anyway, nor has anyone I know, travelling at various times during the year
It always cracks me up that it costs me £5 to travel maybe 2 miles by taxi, yet I can fly over 1,000 miles for the same price.
Edited by: "PenguinsForAll" 16th Oct 2015
COBHC

Thanks, OP. Now going to Dublin for 3 days, with airport parking, for £54 … Thanks, OP. Now going to Dublin for 3 days, with airport parking, for £54 return (2 people). Now I need to find somewhere to stay and make a plan!


Let us know your research
archer1204

have you tried airbnb all depends on your budget


Hope this helps: bespokeoffers.co.uk/con…=22
jobibear

Hope this helps: … Hope this helps: https://www.bespokeoffers.co.uk/consumer/offers/20-off-your-first-booking-minimum-spend-100--245ea?pos=22



£20 off your first booking minimum spend £100
airbnb
ses6jwg

Dublin are always up for 9.99 if you're careful with dates. Use the fare … Dublin are always up for 9.99 if you're careful with dates. Use the fare finder.



How? Please guide
PenguinsForAll

It always cracks me up that it costs me £5 to travel maybe 2 miles by … It always cracks me up that it costs me £5 to travel maybe 2 miles by taxi, yet I can fly over 1,000 miles for the same price.


I remember going to Dublin for 2 quid return several years ago, it really messes with your perception of value. The whole time I was there that flight was my point of reference. Getting offered a 2 pound cuppa on the plane "Pfft, I could get to Ireland and home again for that!", getting the train to the airport "This 12 min late train has cost twice what the next 190 miles will!" Repeat ad nauseum.

Word of warning to the wise, Dublin is not a cheap city by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps fuelled by knowing that people can fly in cheaply, they think that they can then charge whatever they like while you're there. Felt massively tourist-y too. Maybe I went to the wrong places...
£5 flight to Norway... £25 return on Oslo Airport Bus...hmmm
Soooo tempting.....
lond0n

£5 flight to Norway... £25 return on Oslo Airport Bus...hmmm



I can't remember how we got from the Airport to the city when we were there last year but we didn't pay that much!
N1AK

I can't remember how we got from the Airport to the city when we were … I can't remember how we got from the Airport to the city when we were there last year but we didn't pay that much!


Think the train was about £18 return from the central Airport. But I think there are two Oslo airports, one is miles away so i wouldnt be suprised if it was £25 return.
sparkeeh

I remember going to Dublin for 2 quid return several years ago, it really … I remember going to Dublin for 2 quid return several years ago, it really messes with your perception of value. The whole time I was there that flight was my point of reference. Getting offered a 2 pound cuppa on the plane "Pfft, I could get to Ireland and home again for that!", getting the train to the airport "This 12 min late train has cost twice what the next 190 miles will!" Repeat ad nauseum.Word of warning to the wise, Dublin is not a cheap city by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps fuelled by knowing that people can fly in cheaply, they think that they can then charge whatever they like while you're there. Felt massively tourist-y too. Maybe I went to the wrong places...


Agree. Saw every nationality in Dublin except for Irish!
Voted cold as I can't even load flights to gothenburg from early November. Ridiculous.
djpkinthemix

Ryanair are currently offering flights from London to Oslo in … Ryanair are currently offering flights from London to Oslo in Norway for only £4.99 each way. Wow! Better be quick pirates as these flights won't last long at these prices. The flights are spanning November and December so why not use them to a Christmas Market trip or do your Christmas shopping and treat your friends and family to some great different gifts. Ryanair also have fares to and from other destinations at just £9.99.Offer Routes:London Stansted - Oslo Rygge (from £4.99)London Stansted - Deuville Normandy (from £9.99)London Stansted - Basel (from £9.99)London Stansted - Gothenburg Landvetter (from £9.99)Luton - Copenhagen (from £5.99)Birmingham - Dublin (from £9.99)Manchester - Dublin (from £9.99)Manchester - Shannon (from £9.99)Glasgow - Dublin (from £9.99)Leeds - Dublin (from £9.99)Liverpool - Dublin (from £9.99)*These are just a few of the routes on promotion and you will find many more discounted fares using their fare finder tool*How Find Alternative Dates: We have prepared a guide which will help you identify cheap Ryanair flights quickly and effectively it comes with step by step instructions of how to navigate around the Ryanair Website it is called 'Guide: How To Find Cheap Ryanair Flights'. You can find many cheap flights with Ryanair during there flash promotions with various dates however, seats are limited and do sell out quickly.Note: These flights do not include checked in luggage but do include a 10kg Cabin Bag and a Small handbag however checked in luggage can easily be added on at a cost of £20 per 15kg each way so it is always worth packing wisely and only paying for those that you need.There are some great accommodation options listed on our hotel comparison tool we suggest that you take a look over there and for those looking to do some travelling about, car hire can be picked up cheaply through our car hire comparison tool. Have a look at TripAdvisor when planning your holiday to find out what's hot and what's not when it comes to all the local attractions.

Stay at a Travelodge in Dublin there all over the place an cheap enough
When visiting Dublin we stay a ripleys court, good price great location and great full Irish breakfast
I have booked 2 adult tickets to stuttgart for the Xmas market flying Tuesday return Thursday for £64 happy with that
andywroe

When visiting Dublin we stay a ripleys court, good price great location … When visiting Dublin we stay a ripleys court, good price great location and great full Irish breakfastI have booked 2 adult tickets to stuttgart for the Xmas market flying Tuesday return Thursday for £64 happy with that


I am looking at prague for a few days in december


snatch_master

the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if … the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if they have 3 seats left at £21.99 and you want 4, you pay 4 x the price of the next set up, so say it will go to £34.99 - you will pay 4 x £34.99 unless you make multiple bookings. I don't even see how that is legal but there you go.

snatch_master

the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if … the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if they have 3 seats left at £21.99 and you want 4, you pay 4 x the price of the next set up, so say it will go to £34.99 - you will pay 4 x £34.99 unless you make multiple bookings. I don't even see how that is legal but there you go.


This is why analytics on customers' smartphones, text messages, call logs etc., tablets and PC cookies, surfing history pay buckets for the sellers.
sparkeeh

I remember going to Dublin for 2 quid return several years ago, it really … I remember going to Dublin for 2 quid return several years ago, it really messes with your perception of value. The whole time I was there that flight was my point of reference. Getting offered a 2 pound cuppa on the plane "Pfft, I could get to Ireland and home again for that!", getting the train to the airport "This 12 min late train has cost twice what the next 190 miles will!" Repeat ad nauseum.Word of warning to the wise, Dublin is not a cheap city by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps fuelled by knowing that people can fly in cheaply, they think that they can then charge whatever they like while you're there. Felt massively tourist-y too. Maybe I went to the wrong places...



About 5 years ago they did some promo 1p fares now that was value a 2p return. Were the days when you had to pay with an Electron card, then pre paid Mastercard to avoid admin fees.
Those were the days. Pisa return for me and the girlfriend for 4p total cost for the pair of us.
Thought it might be a good deal to spend a few nights Christmas shopping in Dublin.

However they charge £20 for infants...

So 2 x adult seats = £19.98 and 1 x Infant brings it to £39.98 each way.

There is even a warning that flying with infants means they sit on your lap with a special seat belt so it doesn't even use a seat!
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Edited by: "Scottib84" 16th Oct 2015
Thanks..
I would advise leading Dublin straight away, hiring a car and driving a couple of hours to Galway or around Cong, absolutely fantastic scenery and you can really escape, also lots of airbnbs there

There really isn't all that much to do in Dublin and it's incredibly touristy as you expect, not the true Ireland
N1AK

I can't remember how we got from the Airport to the city when we were … I can't remember how we got from the Airport to the city when we were there last year but we didn't pay that much!




You must have stole a bicycle then.
Nice find
Scottib84

Thought it might be a good deal to spend a few nights Christmas shopping … Thought it might be a good deal to spend a few nights Christmas shopping in Dublin. However they charge £20 for infants...So 2 x adult seats = £19.98 and 1 x Infant brings it to £39.98 each way.There is even a warning that flying with infants means they sit on your lap with a special seat belt so it doesn't even use a seat!



​could you not book an adult seat then?
snatch_master

the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if … the main reason I no longer use this shower of poo airline is because if they have 3 seats left at £21.99 and you want 4, you pay 4 x the price of the next set up, so say it will go to £34.99 - you will pay 4 x £34.99 unless you make multiple bookings. I don't even see how that is legal but there you go.



​Just like every other booking company. Laws of supply and demand. Certainly not a reason not to use them. Your loss I guess.

Why not just book 3 at the lower price then 1 at the higher? I even book my returns as singles and then pay for the EU to UK leg in Euros, making it cheaper still.

I've taken hundreds of Ryanair flights and yes, had the odd bad experience, but statistically they account for under 1%, which I can live with. Compared to, for example, Monarch, who have subjected me to bum experiences on circa 10% of the flights I've had with them.
kalico

​Just like every other booking company. Laws of supply and demand. C … ​Just like every other booking company. Laws of supply and demand. Certainly not a reason not to use them. Your loss I guess. Why not just book 3 at the lower price then 1 at the higher? I even book my returns as singles and then pay for the EU to UK leg in Euros, making it cheaper still. I've taken hundreds of Ryanair flights and yes, had the odd bad experience, but statistically they account for under 1%, which I can live with. Compared to, for example, Monarch, who have subjected me to bum experiences on circa 10% of the flights I've had with them.




Funny how peoples experiences differ, I have been flying for 50 years way back in BEA/BOAC days and can honestly say I have had no bad experiences with any airline except one flight with Ryanair that left Luton with a half full drinks trolley that gave you the choice of gin but no tonic or coke but no brandy etc.. I find it's the passenger type That ruins a flight not the airline, and Monarch is my favourite, always had brilliant service with them.
soldierboy001

Funny how peoples experiences differ, I have been flying for 50 years way … Funny how peoples experiences differ, I have been flying for 50 years way back in BEA/BOAC days and can honestly say I have had no bad experiences with any airline except one flight with Ryanair that left Luton with a half full drinks trolley that gave you the choice of gin but no tonic or coke but no brandy etc.. I find it's the passenger type That ruins a flight not the airline, and Monarch is my favourite, always had brilliant service with them.



​I can't split book 1 adult, 3 kids. Other than that I've previously only had one negative flight but you do notice the difference with BA which is worth paying for.
soldierboy001

You must have stole a bicycle then.



Seems you're right just checked and we paid £16 each one way from Moss to Oslo. It's the furthest out but the others don't seem much, if any cheaper.
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