Ryanair Priority Boarding Hand Luggage set £19.99 @ Travelluggagecabinbags
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Ryanair Priority Boarding Hand Luggage set £19.99 @ Travelluggagecabinbags

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Found 5th JunEdited by:"Toptrumpet"
If you’ve booked Ryanair Priority boarding then you are allowed 2 pieces of baggage on board (55x40x20cm and 35x20x20cm)
This lightweight luggage set are the exact sizes allowed.
2 bags for £19.99 + free delivery.
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You don't have to book priority boarding to take these 2 bags. It only means you get to take the larger bag into the cabin. Non priority the larger bag may (probably) be checked into the hold at the boarding gate.
Edited by: "MrWani" 6th Jun
They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml liquids & have to take everything out in security. Then at the last minute put it in the hold and you have to go through the hassle of getting it from the luggage belt. I flew with them once and never again.
Edited by: "eddibabyyeah" 6th Jun
eddibabyyeah9 m ago

They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml …They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml liquids & have to take everything out in security. Then at the last minute put it in the hold and you have to go through the hassle of getting it from the luggage belt. I flew with them once and never again.


I fly with Ryanair 8 to 10 times a year, and I’ve never had any of those problems
bobbo0714 m ago

I fly with Ryanair 8 to 10 times a year, and I’ve never had any of those p …I fly with Ryanair 8 to 10 times a year, and I’ve never had any of those problems


Happened to me all of the last 3 times I've flown with them. I didnt see it as an issue though as on 2 of the 3 trips we had hold baggage anyway. In fact if I travel with kids again I'll likely not book hold baggage in the expectation they'll just chuck 4 small bags into the hold anyway
At the Boarding Gate I always ask/volunteeer to have my cabin bag put into the hold. Saves lugging it up the steps, trying to find an empty overhead locker space and lifting it above my head. I don’t need access to my suitcase on a short haul flight, I manage to fit my packed lunch, iPad, headphones, toiletries, phone, passport and purse into the smaller carry on bag. By the time I’ve gone through passport control and been to the toilet I find my luggage is usually on the carousel waiting for me.
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 6th Jun
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eddibabyyeah2 h, 32 m ago

They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml …They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml liquids & have to take everything out in security. Then at the last minute put it in the hold and you have to go through the hassle of getting it from the luggage belt. I flew with them once and never again.



Is there something stopping you flying with more expensive airlines? Using RyanAir 6-8 times a year, travelling light with a small bag, and never had a problem. Of course i would like to have better service, but if I never pay more then £35 for return flight, what can I expect? A butler?
Edited by: "puskin" 6th Jun
I’m traveling on EasyJet and whatevs to check if these bags would be ok.
You could use this bag but it is smaller than EasyJet’s case size allowance of 56x45x25cm
For this price you really need this deal to maximise your luggage allowance.
Just remember that EasyJet only allows one piece of hand luggage, so any handbags or laptops need to be stowed inside the case as well
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 6th Jun
puskin4 h, 5 m ago

Is there something stopping you flying with more expensive airlines? Using …Is there something stopping you flying with more expensive airlines? Using RyanAir 6-8 times a year, travelling light with a small bag, and never had a problem. Of course i would like to have better service, but if I never pay more then £35 for return flight, what can I expect? A butler?


Of course you are correct. You get what you pay for. But, if they first time you fly with an airline you have a bad experience, then you generally think twice about using them again even if they are a bit cheaper.

My last Ryan Air flights to Copenhagen were far more than 35 pounds return. But they were slightly cheaper than other airlines.
Edited by: "eddibabyyeah" 6th Jun
Flew yesterday, didn’t pay for any extras, got on at the end of the queue and they didn’t care or look at my bags, I could have brought 3 elephants with me.

But I imagine whenever they feel like it they will suddenly be super strict and place everyone’s bags in their especially and uniquely tiny ryanair branded measuring cages featured at every ryanair departure gate desk. (Measuring
both sizes of bags)

I think Ryanair come off aggressive and rude in all their digital communication while booking and throughout your trip with strict warnings, crass phrasing and multiple repetetive upsells at every possible opportunity. The staff in real life are just ordinary humans though.

The ryanair seat allocator will sit any couple or group apart on purpose even if the seats adjacent are empty or you have an infant, unless you pay extra to sit together. You should be able to talk your way in to sitting together once on the plane for free just by chatting like I did.

If your trip is over 4 days you cannot check in for outward and return flights at the same time unless you pay extra. Pretty pathetic practice and clunky interfaces throughout the website and app. For example you log in to the website and it says “you need to check in now” for your return flight but won’t let you unless you pay which I think is manipulative because you might feel like you’ve been ordered to and you must. Download the app and check in during your trip for free if you can. Their official baggage information also states “your luggage will be taken off you”. What kind of language is that? Bit unnecessary I think.

There are many extras they do not offer which I would actually pay for, such a shame they take away the basics and ask you to buy them back rather than offer genuine useful upgrades that wouldn’t cost them any extra to implement. Just a bit sad really, makes me pity their lack of imagination.

I hope everyone buys the right size luggage and jumps through all the hoops to avoid paying ryanair extras, then they’ll stop messing about.

And please bring food or buy yourself a boots / whsmiths / pret before you board. They will not provide you even with tap water onboard. £3 for a bottle.
Ryanair is what it is, it’s a budget airline. Unfortunately they are the only carriers to serve many European airports so have a captive audience. Michael O’Leary seems to revel in the reputation Ryanair has. The problem is that with seats being so cheap they have to make their money somewhere and by giving air stewards food, duty free and scratch card sales targets does not help.
I find that most of the people that moan about Ryanair are what I call the ‘tourist brigade’ that only fly on their annual holiday and don’t research Ryanair’s policy on baggage allowance, seating etc and then moan about it afterwards, the seasoned travellers however know what to expect and seem to be happy getting from a-b safely at a very good price.
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 6th Jun
I used to have a wheeled suitcase which looked the same, didn't last very long:
the pullout handle was flimsy and broke after using it for 3 or 4 times.
eddibabyyeah6th Jun

They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml …They make you squeeze everything into a cabin size case, only allow 100ml liquids & have to take everything out in security. Then at the last minute put it in the hold and you have to go through the hassle of getting it from the luggage belt. I flew with them once and never again.


Just tell them your bag contains batteries that are not allowed in the hold, or say it contains fragile valuables & do not want Ryaniar to be repsonsible for any damage - either of these answers & they will back off.
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