Ryanair seat sale!!!
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Ryanair seat sale!!!

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Edited by:"wanaxs"Found 29th Nov
Book by 29 of November 23:59!!! And travel in December 2017, maybe get away on Christmas

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I wouldn't fly with them if my life depended on it.

So if they are selling their seats now does this mean passengers will be sitting on the fuselage floor or are they selling the seats directly to passengers so you can bring your own? I wonder how much they will charge you for checking in the seat you bought from them?
What a brilliant idea!
Edited by: "Agharta" 29th Nov

Is this to buy a seat off the plane or actually on a flight?

Ryan Air deals tend to get a lot of auto down votes

It can take years for a business to build up its reputation only for it to be tarnished in seconds through something they say or do that upsets it's customers and the wider public. Like Barclays, Ryanair will bounce back but now may not be the time.

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SmilingT47 m ago

I wouldn't fly with them if my life depended on it.



SmilingT47 m ago

I wouldn't fly with them if my life depended on it.



hahaha very funny yeah you buy a seat and then watch a plane to take off from the field lol

I'd like some as garden chairs for the summer but unfortunately they do not recline.

Book a flight for Xmas and have it cancelled by 7 December! Seems like RobbingAir are having a seat sale every couple of weeks now. Can't think why.

Fly with them about 7 times a year, you get what you pay for.I hate the fact the planes are always clean,on time,the staff are always helpful.Particularly bad is their second to none safety record.I wish I was like a lot of people on this site , so well off I can afford to pay extra.... to fly in an older plane with the same luggage limitations !!!It was unfortunate that they cocked up recently...its not as if other airlines have had the same problems..as long as you do not mention strikes etc.I do not appear to be in the minority...its carries more international passengers than other other airline...No I don't work for them have shares in them just travel cheaply and safely with them....what more can you ask for on these short haul routes??? Just saying

Hmmm .......... ''get away ON Christmas'' ? used in the original post

If you mean a vague period of time around 25th December, it would usually be ''AT Christmas'', or if the intention is to be somewhere else on 25th December itself then use ''FOR Christmas'' - ''on'' would have to be followed by day or eve to show the exact day you mean.
Sadly our schools, with lazy or under-qualified teachers, do not bother teaching our language or correcting mistakes so that children grow up making mistakes and are then unable to correct their own children in the future, so the problem gets worse.

Fly around 3 times each year with Ryanair and you can't really complain for the price, but these sales are very misleading.

A flight I was looking to book for April 2018 is now cheaper online than it was when they had their sale offer on between January and April a couple of days ago.

kamenitzabrit47 m ago

Hmmm .......... ''get away ON Christmas'' ? used in the original postIf …Hmmm .......... ''get away ON Christmas'' ? used in the original postIf you mean a vague period of time around 25th December, it would usually be ''AT Christmas'', or if the intention is to be somewhere else on 25th December itself then use ''FOR Christmas'' - ''on'' would have to be followed by day or eve to show the exact day you mean.Sadly our schools, with lazy or under-qualified teachers, do not bother teaching our language or correcting mistakes so that children grow up making mistakes and are then unable to correct their own children in the future, so the problem gets worse.


A lot of members on HUKD are not UK educated, and while you are correct in criticising the appalling standards in our schools since the 1970's, and the disastrous 'East Enders' effect, we should show a little leniency in an otherwise failing post.
To be clear, I am not going to presume that the OP isn't from the UK, but for many Eastern Europeans, there is a problem with 'at', 'on', 'for' in their use of English. I know this from experience.

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mcek57 m ago

A lot of members on HUKD are not UK educated, and while you are correct in …A lot of members on HUKD are not UK educated, and while you are correct in criticising the appalling standards in our schools since the 1970's, and the disastrous 'East Enders' effect, we should show a little leniency in an otherwise failing post.To be clear, I am not going to presume that the OP isn't from the UK, but for many Eastern Europeans, there is a problem with 'at', 'on', 'for' in their use of English. I know this from experience.


Chill guys , it’s a teeny mistake ! Post is about Ryanair some people enjoy flying with them , because why pay more ... I been using Ryanair for years , and I never had a problem with them !
And first time in ages I hear English people make fuss about writing errors it took me time to learn all ‘ brb, ikr , lol , lmao , ppl , btw , AMA , gg , icymi, idk... ‘ etc.,.. so on , at , for would be the smallest mistake Enjoy your day guys .

kamenitzabrit2 h, 19 m ago

Hmmm .......... ''get away ON Christmas'' ? used in the original postIf …Hmmm .......... ''get away ON Christmas'' ? used in the original postIf you mean a vague period of time around 25th December, it would usually be ''AT Christmas'', or if the intention is to be somewhere else on 25th December itself then use ''FOR Christmas'' - ''on'' would have to be followed by day or eve to show the exact day you mean.Sadly our schools, with lazy or under-qualified teachers, do not bother teaching our language or correcting mistakes so that children grow up making mistakes and are then unable to correct their own children in the future, so the problem gets worse.



On Christmas is commonly used as an abbreviation for "on Christmas day" as in "how many days until Christmas" or "how many days is it from Christmas to New Year" or "Children get up early on Christmas to open their presents". Similarly on Thanksgiving refers to Thanksgiving Day or on Easter to Easter Sunday.

Maybe you need to go back to school yourself. Who knows, you might learn something yourself or you might even discover how hard working teachers are!
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