Ryanair onboard flight tea/coffee - was €2.00 now €0.30 / 25p
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Ryanair onboard flight tea/coffee - was €2.00 now €0.30 / 25p

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Found 9th Jul 2015
To celebrate 30yrs of Ryanair the cost of tea or coffee has been reduced to €0.30 which is roughly 25p. The cabin crew don't know how long this offer will be on but I thought it was a fab deal if you are planning on flying with them :-)

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Excellent price!

How much are they charging for the cup they pour the tea/coffee into though?

offer only valid while greece is in the sh**er

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Labman

How much are they charging for the cup they pour the tea/coffee into … How much are they charging for the cup they pour the tea/coffee into though?


Must take my own mug

So they are still charging people to help celebrate their birthday. How very odd.

Hot........unlike their beverages

heat from me travelling next week

Next, they'll be charging for toilet paper. No pay, no wipe. I guess we can use the free onboard newspapers.
Edited by: "veedubjai" 9th Jul 2015

Heat for the price cold for the airliner as they are....

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magmar

CommentMust take my own mug



I was lucky enough to get a cup - I even got a lid which was a bonus :-)

I was just going to make a comment that hating ryanair was based on the anti irish sentiment of the english, until i read why their service is so ****.

Its a trick.....they starting to charge for using the toilet.

Brilliant deal, hopefully still going over the weekend!

Hmmmm, flying to Dublin in a fortnight, but if they are anything like Jet2 it will take them an hour to serve 2 rows and then they have to pack away for landing.

do you need to pay more for priority drinking?

Labman

How much are they charging for the cup they pour the tea/coffee into … How much are they charging for the cup they pour the tea/coffee into though?


hey oh!!

custommade07

Brilliant deal, hopefully still going over the weekend!


jays Bertie, is it yourself?

€2 for a twix? oO

Girlfriend's flying back on Ryanair on Sat, will let her know!!

You should state the total cost to obtain said deal. So include the cost of flight.

idbroadhurst

offer only valid while greece is in the sh**er



Ongoing then

paid £2.50 a cup on Thomson flight last week oO

I live for the day people stop making comments about charging for the toilets (it's amazing how many actually believe this is the case!). Always against CAA rules, always a PR winner for O'Leary. It still works to this day. See a Ryanair thread? Wait for the toilet poster to come along, right on cue...

TeamTed

You should state the total cost to obtain said deal. So include the cost … You should state the total cost to obtain said deal. So include the cost of flight.



What a load of rubbish

Shower of miserable hater. BA still do flights that are 6 times more expensive. Fly with them if you can't stand Ryanair so much and can't stand the thought of getting a coffee for 25p.

finnmaccool

the anti irish sentiment of the english


You have that the wrong way round if anything.

Edited by: "Rastafari" 9th Jul 2015

I had a word with O'Leary and told him to make the tea/coffee free then charge £5 for each use of the toilet. Heat added.

This is only because now they have started charging £1 to take a ****.. Strictly no solids though.

Unbelievable^^^

OP, this is a good price. It's also useful info. I'm flying to Dublin next week. Thanks for posting. Heat added.
Edited by: "Rastafari" 9th Jul 2015

No bloody tea on our Ryanair flight today!!!!!

Price applies only if cold water is used. Hot water surcharge is €3.50 (_;)

Maybe they'll make their tea in the same way they choose which airports to fly to. I can imagine them holding a cup of hot water at one end of the plane, then gently wafting a tea bag at it from the other end, hoping that a little of the flavour will infuse. Hehe!

Only kidding. Actually I love Ryanair. Treat them like buses, jump through their many administration hoops like checking-in online (hardly stressful) and you can whizz around Europe for bargain prices. They are generally punctual and the fleet is modern. Moreover, they often fly direct to airports and areas that the other carriers don't service.

Thanks OP. Hot from me.
Edited by: "kalico" 10th Jul 2015

revdesol

jays Bertie, is it yourself?


Comin' up like a fupping shkyboiiii

I found Ryanair to be quite a well run airline. The old days of expensive tickets and ‘free’ food, drink, entertainment, etc are gone, and to be honest I don’t miss them.

dewonderful

Shower of miserable hater. BA still do flights that are 6 times more … Shower of miserable hater. BA still do flights that are 6 times more expensive. Fly with them if you can't stand Ryanair so much and can't stand the thought of getting a coffee for 25p.



This is what I've never got. Even in their least likable days I never saw the point in hating on Ryanair. The low cost carriers have pushed down pricing. Yes they charge for things like hold baggage, drinks, premium seats etc but if that gets the price down for people who are happy with a lower quality of service then it isn't like it's bad for anyone else.

I don't like the CEO but I don't see how cutting my own nose off by ignoring the best value option (if it is Ryanair) achieves anything.

dados

Hot........unlike their beverages


are you kidding? I got a hot chocolate shortly after taking off from Bremen,Germany. The plane was starting it's descent into Edinburgh before I managed to finish the scalding hot beverage. My wife's tea was similarly at a volcanic temperature.

kalico

Maybe they'll make their tea in the same way they choose which airports … Maybe they'll make their tea in the same way they choose which airports to fly to. I can imagine them holding a cup of hot water at one end of the plane, then gently waving a tea bag at it from the other end, hoping that a little or the flavour will infuse. Hehe! Only kidding. Actually I love Ryanair. Treat them like buses, jump through their many administration hoops like checking-in online (hardly stressful) and you can whizz around Europe for bargain prices. They are generally punctual and the fleet is modern. Moreover, they often fly direct to airports and areas that the other carriers don't service. Thanks OP. Hot from me.


Maybe 10 years ago that was the case. Now I struggle to find the cheap fares but the rest of the administrative and hoop-jumping nonsense is still present. Makes it a very easy choice to book with other airlines

I think it would be a good idea if Ryanair kept tea at a low price forever.

Even if people know it's a "no frills" airline, they can still get some comfort with a hot drink to sip.

I flew them once before and they were fine apart from the fact my barcode didn't print correctly and I had to pay a high price for a reprint.

vultan999

Maybe 10 years ago that was the case. Now I struggle to find the cheap … Maybe 10 years ago that was the case. Now I struggle to find the cheap fares but the rest of the administrative and hoop-jumping nonsense is still present. Makes it a very easy choice to book with other airlines


Maybe it's just the routes you fly or the times that are in high demand. I agree that when demand is high, or the date close, the fares can be pretty close to the regular airlines, but a little in advance I have had some outstanding deals. Flying EMA to Corfu for 72 quid return. Bargain! That's a 3.5 hour flight. It would cost me more to get the train to London from the Midlands.

And compare my choices when I wanted to get from Leeds to Krakow. I caught the inaugural Ryanair flight direct, Leeds to Krakow, for under 100 quid. My only alternative was to fly Leeds to Heathrow (with the then BMI), Heathrow to Warsaw (with BA) then Warsaw to Krakow (with Lot). Forget how much that little lot would have cost, think of the time taken. Unless those flights all line up obligingly, it would have also meant a night in a hotel in London or Warsaw. No thank you .... Ryanair for me every time. Though I'd choose Easyjet over them, if all else equal. And also the Eastern EU arilines like Wizz and Enter Air: they are fab - super-modern fleets and outstandingly attractive cabin crew. What's not to like!

I do wonder if these people who moan about them, especially their seat sizes, have actually flown with them. I flew Monarch last week and it was outstandingly awful. Old planes, departed late due to mechanical issues, and legroom that would make Tom Thumb wince.
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