Ryanair - From £6 - Flight Sale for £6 One Way
Ryanair - From £6 - Flight Sale for £6 One Way

Ryanair - From £6 - Flight Sale for £6 One Way

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Short notice, you will need to hurry!!

I have not checked availibility myself, just thought it might help some people.

Ryanair are having another amazing seat sale and taking 40% off their already low fares! Book now and you can get one-way fares as low as £6.00! That includes taxes, fares and online check-in.

This fare does not include their administration fee of £5 which will be added when you enter your credit/debit card details (but not if you use a mastercard pre-pay).

You'll have to hurry to book before midnight Thursday 13th May - and to get the sale fares you must purchase your ticket at least 14 days in advance of flying. The low fares are available on flights departing between 25th May and 30th June 2010, excluding school and public holidays and subject to availability.

Destinations are limited, and you're more likely to find the cheapest fares if you can be flexible with your travel dates and can fly midweek. Only selected fares are sold with free online check-in. We found them only on the cheapest flights.

Note: Ryanair's flight prices do not include hold baggage; expect to pay an extra £15 per flight (£20 if you're travelling in July and August) if you want to check-in a bag. Ryanair no longer offer airport check-in. Remember to check-in online and print out your boarding pass before your flight otherwise you face a £40 surcharge.
How to book: Our 'Check Prices' button takes you to the Ryanair website. Search for your destination and preferred dates. Use the calendar across the top of the outbound and return flights to check for prices on surrounding days.


Rep for your great description

As from Midnight tonight...1 million flights are £8 one way in June..book til Monday 23:59pm

I would have a month ago thought it' worth the look but after having 3 holidays cancelled by them this month I'll never be flying with them again... yes the ash played a part for the first 2 (which I am still awaiting the reunds for), but the third was due to not having enough passengers... but used the ash as the excuse! there were other airlines going to our destination!!

also, my husband out of his last 5 flights with ryanair only 1 took off!
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