Ryanair Payment Fee avoidance card

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Found 7th Jan 2010
Hey,

Im quite confused by the recently RyanAir payment fee avoidance thread. Whilst I am not one to repost as Im doing here, I just thought another thread is best for my query as not to clog up the original deal.

I am looking to purchase 3 sets of RyanAir flights soon. 2 return tickets together, approx. price £100 and 1 return, approx. price £140. I want a card to avoid paying the ridiculous fees associated with booking, without just ending up paying a different company money instead.

Which card is it I actually need and want? Which is the cheapest way? Which is easiest way? Which is the method the majority of people have gone for?

Thankyou!!!
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I was using visa electron for ryanair bookings, if you don't have one maybe someone from your family or friends have?
any pre-pay mastercard avoids fees
Dreraf;7459949

I was using visa electron for ryanair bookings, if you don't have one … I was using visa electron for ryanair bookings, if you don't have one maybe someone from your family or friends have?


Started charging for those on Jan 1st
darren9030;7459989

Started charging for those on Jan 1st



didn't know that.. so are the prepaid cards the only option? I hate using them..:?
seen some talk of buying ryanair vouchers first and using them to buy the flights-you need to buy an exact amount of vouchers tho it seems as any balance is declared void.

or get a prepaid mastercard
Dreraf;7460013

didn't know that.. so are the prepaid cards the only option? I hate using … didn't know that.. so are the prepaid cards the only option? I hate using them..:?


Take a look at this
hotukdeals.com/ite…495
All of this info is on the other threads, why start yet another one?

There is no single card that is best for all needs, it is " horses for courses ".
Dreraf;7459949

I was using visa electron for ryanair bookings, if you don't have one … I was using visa electron for ryanair bookings, if you don't have one maybe someone from your family or friends have?


As said, this option is no longer available.
££ JASE ££;7459956

any pre-pay mastercard avoids fees


I am aware of that. I was after some help as to which one to get.
barky;7460023

seen some talk of buying ryanair vouchers first and using them to buy the … seen some talk of buying ryanair vouchers first and using them to buy the flights-you need to buy an exact amount of vouchers tho it seems as any balance is declared void.or get a prepaid mastercard


Didn't see that. Not sure I like the option though, as flight prices change.
Inactive;7460269

All of this info is on the other threads, why start yet another one?There … All of this info is on the other threads, why start yet another one?There is no single card that is best for all needs, it is " horses for courses ".


I started a thread for the reasons I've explained. I've listed my own needs, and was hoping someone could help me as I am confused. This site is about helping each other at the end of the day!
highguyuk;7460643

As said, this option is no longer available.I am aware of that. I was … As said, this option is no longer available.I am aware of that. I was after some help as to which one to get.Didn't see that. Not sure I like the option though, as flight prices change.I started a thread for the reasons I've explained. I've listed my own needs, and was hoping someone could help me as I am confused. This site is about helping each other at the end of the day!


The link i posted above should answer your query :santa:
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