Ryanair seats £10 including most taxes :)
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Ryanair seats £10 including most taxes :)

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Found 25th Apr 2007
As usual, a complicated little deal from Ryanair, however I've just booked my family to Dublin in July for £85.60 including everything. Main hint is to use the "find lowest fare" link on the "My flights" on the left. The fares in grey (for £0.01) are the ones included in the deal.

Fares are exclusive of taxes fees & charges which do not exceed £9.99

Booking Period: Tue 24th Apr - Mon 30th Apr
Travel Period: Sat 05th May - Sat 27th Oct
Applicable Days: Mon - Thurs & Sat (Tues & Wed Only July - Aug)
Subject to availability
Flight must be purchased: 14 Days in advance
Blackout Period: 03rd May '07 - 08th May '07 from UK & Ireland
24th May '07 - 29th May '07 ex UK
31st May '07 - 05th Jun '07 ex Ireland
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer

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The £9.99 tax / charges are for each way so totals £18.98. Noticed that Liverpool to Dublin was only 1p each way making it £20.00. No problem!

Original Poster

Yes, as usual with the lies, treachery and deceit, it's £10 each way, each person. Still pretty amazing though - probably makes it cheaper than the train for any journeys that it applies to

is there any cheap places to book in dublin ie hostels or cheap apartments?

Try here: ]http//ww…in/

You'll get beds in the Temple Bar area and streets surrounding that and O'Connell Street from £12 a night.

actually that looks good!
have u ever booked from there?
rep added!

Thanks! Yeah I've used that site before, not for Dublin may I add, but I booked my hostel in Barcelona - got 4 nights on the Passeg de Gracia (one of the central streets there along with Las Ramblas) for under £40 :-)

Sorry, but although it's a good price, I have to say it's not good enough. I have flown Ryanair from London to Montpellier.... absolutely horrible service, would rather pay the extra to fly BA - at least you get what you pay for.

I've flown Ryanair to Riga, from Barcelona and to and from Dublin. I'd rather have a £40 return than a £100+ return from BA for the sake of having an in-flight movie for a two / three hour flight.

Gaz

I've flown Ryanair to Riga, from Barcelona and to and from Dublin. I'd … I've flown Ryanair to Riga, from Barcelona and to and from Dublin. I'd rather have a £40 return than a £100+ return from BA for the sake of having an in-flight movie for a two / three hour flight.

Can't comment on that flight, but the price is nowhere near that much different between Ryanair and BA when flying to Montpellier... think it worked out at about an extra £10 p/person. There wasn't an in-flight movie but the general level of service warranted the higher price. Ryanair were amateurs in every aspect (apart from the pilot who fortunately got us there safely) from check-in all the way to finding our baggage.

Maybe we just got unlucky, and other routes are better served... I dunno.
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