Ryanair Midweek Madness flights from £4.98 (click on link) ends Midnight
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Ryanair Midweek Madness flights from £4.98 (click on link) ends Midnight

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Found 14th Mar
Just saw a midweek flash sale. The banner on the Ryanair sites says from £12.99 but when you click on link flights areas low as £4.98.

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rogparki33 m ago

Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with …Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .


Yeah a flight for under a fiver, outrageous money grabbing! Wish people would get over this. As bad as vegans you lot! We get it, you won't fly Ryanair but why the f do you feel the need to tell everyone???
rogparki7 h, 5 m ago

Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with …Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .


If £5 is money grabbing for a flight, what do you consider cheap?
Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the money back on all return flights
Edited by: "weeniefromtorini" 14th Mar
weeniefromtorini6 h, 50 m ago

Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the …Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the money back on all return flights


Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 X singles
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Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .
rogparki33 m ago

Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with …Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .


Yeah a flight for under a fiver, outrageous money grabbing! Wish people would get over this. As bad as vegans you lot! We get it, you won't fly Ryanair but why the f do you feel the need to tell everyone???
Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the money back on all return flights
Edited by: "weeniefromtorini" 14th Mar
weeniefromtorini5 h, 15 m ago

Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the …Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the money back on all return flights


No they dont ?
RedDevilPJB6 h, 29 m ago

Yeah a flight for under a fiver, outrageous money grabbing! Wish people …Yeah a flight for under a fiver, outrageous money grabbing! Wish people would get over this. As bad as vegans you lot! We get it, you won't fly Ryanair but why the f do you feel the need to tell everyone???


I’m dying vegans
rogparki7 h, 5 m ago

Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with …Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .


If £5 is money grabbing for a flight, what do you consider cheap?
Tried at least two destinations and there were no flights available
weeniefromtorini6 h, 50 m ago

Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the …Great deals unless you plan on coming home, they make sure they make the money back on all return flights


Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 X singles
rogparki7 h, 51 m ago

Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with …Yup , you would need a severe bout of madness to consider a flight with those money grabbing rogues .


Why? I have flown with then 10 times since the start of the year and never had a single issue, or been charged extra for anything.
lidds6 m ago

Why? I have flown with then 10 times since the start of the year and never …Why? I have flown with then 10 times since the start of the year and never had a single issue, or been charged extra for anything.


Second that
hoggs1 h, 22 m ago

Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 …Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 X singles


Simples! Brilliant idea.
whiteston43 m ago

Simples! Brilliant idea.


Not always guaranteed to be cheaper but I've done it twice and it has been.
Caveat: booking the non-UK flight will be in a foreign currency so watch out on the card used doesn't incur those foreign fees.
I love you thank you!
lidds4 h, 16 m ago

Why? I have flown with then 10 times since the start of the year and never …Why? I have flown with then 10 times since the start of the year and never had a single issue, or been charged extra for anything.



Maybe if you had seen what I saw last March at East Mids you would have reservations about booking your 11th Flight .

16 fights from EMA to Canary islands 4 Ryanair, 4 TUI, 4Jet2 , 4Thomas Cook (Ours was the Thomas Cook Lanzarote flight ) .

1 hour delay for snow clearing ,we eventually took off 40 mins late .

4 flights cancelled immediately (guess who !) other 12 took off and landed on time 4 hours later.

If you have ever seen 600 ish people , holidays ruined -milling around the departure hall in misery -crying ,shouting ,stunned - you would I'm sure never go near that bunch of bandits again .

That's why I would never countenance a Ryanair flight .

Only 4 flights from EMA cancelled that day - Coincidence or commercial decision ? Worried about crew time which was probably overstretched as normal with Ryanair ?
Edited by: "rogparki" 14th Mar
You were unlucky,

I fly with them all the time without issue, just be careful to pay attention to the rules and never book Ryanair through a third party travel website, ie Kayak and their ilk.
hoggs4 h, 37 m ago

Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 …Top Tip: Book the homeward bound leg first, then the outward bound. E.g. 2 X singles


Another tip is to turn off the automatic currency conversion if the price shown is in Euros or another foreign currency, your own bank will always give you a better rate, do the same when paying with PayPal.
drumboe23 m ago

Another tip is to turn off the automatic currency conversion if the price …Another tip is to turn off the automatic currency conversion if the price shown is in Euros or another foreign currency, your own bank will always give you a better rate, do the same when paying with PayPal.


Good tip - cheers @drumboe
Cannot find anything in the sun for may at this price.
17 GBP more expensive with the so called sale on !
Been watching flight price's for the past 3 month's
Freeyoncé11 h, 43 m ago

Tried at least two destinations and there were no flights available


same here, all sold out for the next 13 years!!
Also check comparison sites like Kayak or Momondo and check if the return flight is cheaper on another airline (eg Easyjet) and then book directly through that airline's website. Rarely it will be, but you never know.
Edited by: "jordanleno" 14th Mar
still a fiver too much to tolerate Ryanair.
TBF, just got awarded €1000 from ADR for £400 worth of delayed flights, sometimes worth the agro
mark900020 m ago

still a fiver too much to tolerate Ryanair.


Don't be such a snowflake.
lynn447 h, 33 m ago

17 GBP more expensive with the so called sale on !Been watching flight …17 GBP more expensive with the so called sale on !Been watching flight price's for the past 3 month's


If you've been checking the flight on their website again and again, then it will go up. They know you personally are checking the same flight and in there eyes, causing demand/decision to buy. They will bump up the flight price.

I've experienced exactly this issue. Soon as I booked the seat, the next day I checked and the price was back down to it's original price.
I’ve never had any issues with Ryanair, pretty relaxed, easy to deal with service overall. I can only assume that the people having issues are flat-earthing vegans.
MrFlux0011 h, 10 m ago

I’ve never had any issues with Ryanair, pretty relaxed, easy to deal with …I’ve never had any issues with Ryanair, pretty relaxed, easy to deal with service overall. I can only assume that the people having issues are flat-earthing vegans.



Presume you mean me ? Told you why I abhor them in an earlier comment above - I take it you can read ?. I suppose in your insular world you would be unmoved by seeing a couple of hundred families crying, shouting, stunned and wondering why their much anticipated family holiday was no more . Think how you would explain it to your kids if you have any when you grow up .
Edited by: "rogparki" 14th Mar
hoggs2 h, 22 m ago

If you've been checking the flight on their website again and again, then …If you've been checking the flight on their website again and again, then it will go up. They know you personally are checking the same flight and in there eyes, causing demand/decision to buy. They will bump up the flight price. I've experienced exactly this issue. Soon as I booked the seat, the next day I checked and the price was back down to it's original price.


It's good idea to remove browser cookies before checking flight prices again, or use a different browser.
rogparki6 m ago

Presume you mean me ? Told you why I abhor them in an earlier comment …Presume you mean me ? Told you why I abhor them in an earlier comment above - I take it you can read ?. I suppose in your insular world you would be unmoved by seeing a couple of hundred families crying, shouting, stunned and wondering why their much anticipated family holiday was no more . Think how you would explain it to your kids if you have any when you grow up .


Get over yourself, cancellations aren't exclusive to Ryanair, in fact except for last summer's strikes they probably cancel less flights than other airlines.
jordanleno3 h, 57 m ago

Also check comparison sites like Kayak or Momondo and check if the return …Also check comparison sites like Kayak or Momondo and check if the return flight is cheaper on another airline (eg Easyjet) and then book directly through that airline's website. Rarely it will be, but you never know.


Google flights does the same thing.
drumboe6 m ago

Get over yourself, cancellations aren't exclusive to Ryanair, in fact …Get over yourself, cancellations aren't exclusive to Ryanair, in fact except for last summer's strikes they probably cancel less flights than other airlines.



4 in one morning all Ryanair cancelled when 12 others ( TUI ,Thomas Cook and Jet 2 ) the same morning to the same destinations went ahead with a 40 minute delay - bit too much of a coincidence wouldn't you say ?
rogparki14 m ago

Presume you mean me ? Told you why I abhor them in an earlier comment …Presume you mean me ? Told you why I abhor them in an earlier comment above - I take it you can read ?. I suppose in your insular world you would be unmoved by seeing a couple of hundred families crying, shouting, stunned and wondering why their much anticipated family holiday was no more . Think how you would explain it to your kids if you have any when you grow up .


Flights get cancelled and holidays ruined quite often by a lot of airlines. It’s probably going to happen in my life too at some point. You’re acting like it was some kind of war zone with the “crying”, “shouting” and people “stunned”, it’s a first world problem and if myself, my wife and my two kids were ever in that situation I’d put it down to bad luck on the day and crack on.
MrFlux0019 m ago

Flights get cancelled and holidays ruined quite often by a lot of …Flights get cancelled and holidays ruined quite often by a lot of airlines. It’s probably going to happen in my life too at some point. You’re acting like it was some kind of war zone with the “crying”, “shouting” and people “stunned”, it’s a first world problem and if myself, my wife and my two kids were ever in that situation I’d put it down to bad luck on the day and crack on.



Good for you . I too would crack on , but then again I can afford to - sadly I suspect many of those families had scrimped and saved all year for that holiday (otherwise why would they contemplate trusting their holiday to Ryanair except to save a few quid !) .

If it had been one flight ,I would agree with you - but all four . Are you telling me that's not a business decision based purely on the fear of their crews running out of hours ? I want nothing to do with an airline that has such little consideration for its passengers .
Edited by: "rogparki" 15th Mar
@ Rogparki

Not really, all the airline's you mention only fly to and from warm holiday destinations.

Ryanair fly all over Europe, some of their planes would be coming in from countries suffering more severe weather, which would cause knock on delays to East Midlands.
Edited by: "drumboe" 15th Mar
drumboe15 m ago

@ RogparkiNot really, all the airline's you mention only fly to and from …@ RogparkiNot really, all the airline's you mention only fly to and from warm holiday destinations.Ryanair fly all over Europe, some of their planes would be coming in from countries suffering more severe weather, which would cause knock on delays to East Midlands.



Good point - except they were sitting on the tarmac at EMids ! As we left on our Thomas Cook flight , I couldn't say what happened . It was last March (Beast from the east ) so could well be that they had aircraft stuck in Poland ,Estonia etc and used those aircraft to fill in . As I suspect a business decision or maybe they just try to eke every available hour of the day out of their aircraft and crews and have zero leeway for when a bit of weather intervenes ? I think if you run a business its called efficiency . If you are a passenger its called "Tough Luck " .
Edited by: "rogparki" 15th Mar
rogparki7 h, 21 m ago

Good point - except they were sitting on the tarmac at EMids ! As we left …Good point - except they were sitting on the tarmac at EMids ! As we left on our Thomas Cook flight , I couldn't say what happened . It was last March (Beast from the east ) so could well be that they had aircraft stuck in Poland ,Estonia etc and used those aircraft to fill in . As I suspect a business decision or maybe they just try to eke every available hour of the day out of their aircraft and crews and have zero leeway for when a bit of weather intervenes ? I think if you run a business its called efficiency . If you are a passenger its called "Tough Luck " .


Maybe cabin crew were coming in on other flights.

As for efficiency, Ryanair are the most efficient airline in Europe.
Edited by: "drumboe" 15th Mar
hoggs15 h, 8 m ago

If you've been checking the flight on their website again and again, then …If you've been checking the flight on their website again and again, then it will go up. They know you personally are checking the same flight and in there eyes, causing demand/decision to buy. They will bump up the flight price. I've experienced exactly this issue. Soon as I booked the seat, the next day I checked and the price was back down to it's original price.


Yes I know that, that's why I use different devices and next/before dates:)
Thanks anyway
Edited by: "lynn44" 15th Mar
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