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Ryanair Flights - £1 Each Way Including Taxes!
Ryanair Flights - £1 Each Way Including Taxes!

Ryanair Flights - £1 Each Way Including Taxes!

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Travelling In SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER only!!

From Prestwick you can go to Belfast, Bournemouth, Cork, Derry, Dublin, London and Shannon all for £1 each way

1 Million Seats for £1- TAXES AND CHARGES INCLUDED.

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Cheers, Dublin return for £2 Inc :w00t:

£4 to Dublin. £16 switch card fee. Jaysus.

Quite a bit of availability which is good to see. Voted hot hot hot.

Bergerac flights are FREE 0.00 each way :-D - No FREE priority boarding :?!!!!!!!!!!!, Then TAXES are £50 bobbing rastard Govt :thinking:

This is mainly for dublin ????

Yup, all £1 flights are to Ireland (and Northern Ireland)...

Just been on and its only for dublin not various locations so you need to add to title ;-)

Claire you need to add DUBLIN to your title hun ;-) xx

How is it £1 with tax because its not on mine???

big-boy;2539582

Bergerac flights are FREE 0.00 each way :-D - No FREE priority boarding … Bergerac flights are FREE 0.00 each way :-D - No FREE priority boarding :?!!!!!!!!!!!, Then TAXES are £50 bobbing rastard Govt :thinking:



Its got nothing to do with the goverment mate, the air passenger duty is £10 all of the rest is Ryanairs fee's.

all the best

the bear

Here are the details:

Dublin From £1
Fares include taxes, fees & charges

Booking Period: Wed 16th Jul 08 - Fri 18th Jul 08

Travel Period: Mon 01st Sep 08 - Fri 31st Oct 08

Applicable Days:
after 12:00 Mon
all day Tues/Wed
before 12:00 Thurs
after 12:00 Sat
(subject to availability)

Flight must be purchased: 14 Days in advance

Blackout Period:
17th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 from UK
24th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 from Ireland

Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer

missgem;2539678

How is it £1 with tax because its not on mine???


Hmmm, I get £19.98 taxes/fees before I even get as far as paying debit/credit card surcharges.

They're a law unto themselves RyanAir with their advertising.............

I mis-read this as £1 "including Texas"...I thought *uck me that's good, I didn't know Ryan Air flew to TEXAS!!! D'Oh ;-)

Any other restrictions? Dates, specific days (i.e. not weekends), etc.?

PS: has anyone got an Electron card?!?! [I suspect this is just Ryanair's way of being able to claim these debit/credit card charges are not mandatory)

EDIT: Thanks to Loonytoad for providing the details I requested.

phatbear;2539703

Its got nothing to do with the goverment mate, the air passenger duty is … Its got nothing to do with the goverment mate, the air passenger duty is £10 all of the rest is Ryanairs fee's. all the best the bear


I agree, but there must be some airport operator levy in there too?

The money you save on the flight will no doubt come in handy for the hundreds of beggars in Dublin - not just locals, mind, there's a vast cross-section of the global community just waiting for your hard earned cash! And they're not shy about asking for it either! :x :x

It's practically the begging capital of the world! Actually I'd best not get started on this topic as this could turn into a very long message! :x

RyCha;2539715

I mis-read this as £1 "including Texas"...I thought *uck me that's good, … I mis-read this as £1 "including Texas"...I thought *uck me that's good, I didn't know Ryan Air flew to TEXAS!!! D'Oh ;-)


Like it! Maybe their PARIS option is PARIS Texas?!?! (Cos' usually it sure ain't Paris France, but more like 50km away!!) :roll:

Brewer;2539745

I agree, but there must be some airport operator levy in there too?



But thats still got nothing to do with the goverment, and all flights have an element of an airport levy.

I dont like the way Ryanair go about their business, for example they should tell you how much your flights will be from the start, but I think we take for granted now days exactly how much we pay for flights, for example someone mentioning that it will cost £50 for a return flight to bergerac hell that would just about get me 2 return tickets to london on peak.

all the best

the bear

manonfire238;2539764

The money you save on the flight will no doubt come in handy for the … The money you save on the flight will no doubt come in handy for the hundreds of beggars in Dublin - not just locals, mind, there's a vast cross-section of the global community just waiting for your hard earned cash! And they're not shy about asking for it either! :x :xIt's practically the begging capital of the world! Actually I'd best not get started on this topic as this could turn into a very long message! :x



My vote is for Rome on the begging capital of the world.

all the best

the bear

Chuckles1066;2539714

Hmmm, I get £19.98 taxes/fees before I even get as far as paying … Hmmm, I get £19.98 taxes/fees before I even get as far as paying debit/credit card surcharges.They're a law unto themselves RyanAir with their advertising.............



Must be the dates? :thinking:, I booked All inclusive with priority board on because of online check in £2

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No, it is to various destinations, not just Dublin. From Prestwick you can go to Belfast, Bournemouth, Cork, Derry, Dublin, London and Shannon all for £1 each way. :thumbsup:

phatbear;2539798

My vote is for Rome on the begging capital of the world. all the best the … My vote is for Rome on the begging capital of the world. all the best the bear



Never been, so can't comment! Been to Milan though and didn't have any trouble there...must be a 'capital city' thing...;-)

A £1 flight to Dublin for 2 people is actually almost £100 with taxes. Not that great a deal in my opinion.

missgem;2539678

How is it £1 with tax because its not on mine???


You have to select a fare that says £1 NO TAX, not one of the 'free' ones!

Sadly, there's a ******ing £16 charge for all cards except Electron. Thankfully, I have an Abbey National account with one, I just had to request a new card as I never got one originally.

danangdevils;2539963

A £1 flight to Dublin for 2 people is actually almost £100 with taxes. N … A £1 flight to Dublin for 2 people is actually almost £100 with taxes. Not that great a deal in my opinion.


No, it's £1 each way with the £1 NO TAX fares, don't select one of the 'free' ones!

Adamo;2539976

No, it's £1 each way with the £1 NO TAX fares, don't select one of the ' … No, it's £1 each way with the £1 NO TAX fares, don't select one of the 'free' ones!


£24 to check-in one bag? :w00t::w00t::w00t:

thanks...
£2 return...leeds-dublin including taxes 8th to 10th september

Ryan air are **** if you ask me. They sometimes dont send you confirmation emails!!! And when you try and ring up it is impossible to get through, phone numbers either dead, or constantly engaged, i personally would never ever use them! And as for these £1 flights, i havent found one yet, so if you seem to have found them give me the dates and let me check, because i think your telling porky pies and your nose is beginning to grow extremely long extremely fast ;-)

missgem;2540064

Ryan air are **** if you ask me. They sometimes dont send you … Ryan air are **** if you ask me. They sometimes dont send you confirmation emails!!! And when you try and ring up it is impossible to get through, phone numbers either dead, or constantly engaged, i personally would never ever use them! And as for these £1 flights, i havent found one yet, so if you seem to have found them give me the dates and let me check, because i think your telling porky pies and your nose is beginning to grow extremely long extremely fast ;-)




i just got em...see my dates above :thumbsup:
u have to click the flights that say no taxes next to them...

So guys does this exclude any possibility of flights on Friday or Sunday (out or rtn)? Thats the sting in the tail which restricts most of us I think?

Brewer im findinfg that too, finding friday til sunday come up at being free but then charge taxes of £44 xx

weekend is probably their busy time so they will charge for that...

Typically the only week I could get off of work was begining of August! Not a cheap time
to fly! Two of us from Stansted to Newquay £240, and we had to fly at stupid O clock! This
I wouldn't mind so much if I was saving some £££'s!

Even worse was the train, twice as long and only £15 cheaper! And the bus was
the most expensive of all!

Anyway these prices sound sweet! Makes you wonder how they can charge
so much at other times if they can afford to do this!??!?!?!

Yeah, if you look at the offer details on the website and Loonytoad's earlier post;

Applicable Days:
after 12:00 Mon
all day Tues/Wed
before 12:00 Thurs
after 12:00 Sat

It specifically doesn't mention Friday or Sunday, thus these are excluded. Its potential for me drops quite a bit at this point! :-0

Good luck everyone.
Mark

It does tell you what days and times are available for example from prestwick

Dublin
from £1.00

Fares include taxes, fees & charges
Booking Period: Wed 16th Jul 08 - Fri 18th Jul 08
Travel Period: Mon 01st Sep 08 - Fri 31st Oct 08
Applicable Days: after 12:00 Mon
all day Tues/Wed
before 12:00 Thurs
after 12:00 Sat
(subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: 14 Days in advance
Blackout Period: 17th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 from UK
24th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 from Ireland
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer

Mr Oli;2540249

Typically the only week I could get off of work was begining of August! … Typically the only week I could get off of work was begining of August! Not a cheap timeto fly! Two of us from Stansted to Newquay £240, and we had to fly at stupid O clock! ThisI wouldn't mind so much if I was saving some £££'s!Even worse was the train, twice as long and only £15 cheaper! And the bus wasthe most expensive of all! Anyway these prices sound sweet! Makes you wonder how they can chargeso much at other times if they can afford to do this!??!?!?!


Its a balancing act airlines are highly skilled at. PRICING is a science to them.

They "give away" these flights in order to keep their "fill rates" high (90%+ seats filled). Its a very important stat, like no. of subscribers on mobile networks (hence giving sims away like candy).

Further, with other "misc" costs (i.e. checkin (!!), bags, debit/credit cards, food/drinks, etc.) they can still easily cover their costs.

At one point several low cost airlines were PAYING passengers to use their flights simply to fill the seats and guarantee the retention of their route slot. TRUE!

Cheers,
Mark

Stanstead to Cork return for a tenner not bad. It'll cost me more getting to Stanstead and back. (£8 booking fee with anything except VISA ELECTRON ffs)

KevD;2539816

Must be the dates? :thinking:, I booked All inclusive with priority board … Must be the dates? :thinking:, I booked All inclusive with priority board on because of online check in £2



you don't get free priority boarding with online check-in any more.

Brewer;2540288

At one point several low cost airlines were PAYING passengers to use … At one point several low cost airlines were PAYING passengers to use their flights simply to fill the seats and guarantee the retention of their route slot. TRUE!Cheers,Mark



They advertise in The Stage magazine, hoping to get out of work actors to fly with them for a few quid.

Why do we think this is available to/from Dublin only? I can find lots of £1 e/w flights to majority of airports in Ireland (during periods mentioned) and also from Glasgow Prestwick to London Stansted. You need to look at flights marked "no taxes". Those marked "special offer £0.00" are free flights but all taxes chargeable. "No taxes" flights to Irish airports that I found after just a quick glance include Dublin,Cork,Shannon,City of Derry,Knock Ireland West and Kerry.
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