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Fly from London Stansted to Bremen / Dinard for £5.98 return (Various dates in February and March) @ Ryanair
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Good prices, will cost more to get to the airport :/ Important information about bag changes: Ryanair’s new bag policy went live on the 15th Jan offering: – Lower check-in b… Read more
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Are there any dates left?
Bremen is a fantastic town. Heat.
Thanks OP. Booked a 1 night stay. Never been there before, so looking forward to it.

I wish I'd paid more attention in school now during those German lessons.
I've genuinely never had a bad experience with Ryanair, am I allowed to say that?
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I came back from Poland 2 weeks ago, received compensation from Ryanair due to 5 & 1/2 delay on our 9.30am flight...

At £6 i might just use them again
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chocci6 h, 1 m ago

Isn't this pretty much the same product? (£28 for new customers) …Isn't this pretty much the same product? (£28 for new customers) http://www.very.co.uk/revelation-by-antler-amalfi-4-wheel-cabin-case/1600213679.prd?crossSellType=item_page.recs_1


Revelation is a cheaper alternative sub brand of antler, hence the low rrp. I bought a revelation once thinking they were the same, the quality was far inferior to antler. They look similar in photos though and antler don’t make it clear at all which is just odd and i think damages their main brand
Edited by: "royaltee" 31st Jan
Isn't this pretty much the same product? (£28 for new customers)

very.co.uk/rev…s_1
I have this Antler Saturn case... it's a flexible hard shell case... it's not like one of those bullet proof Samsonite jobs.
Very pleased with it and has the advantage of coming from a well known manufacturer, so it should last. Only concern is that it's a zip-only fastening... personally I prefer the peace of mind of having securing straps as well.
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2 Flight Cabin Bags (black + wine) fulfils Ryanair criteria 35x20x20cm £15.99 delivered @ Travelluggagecabinbags
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These unisex lightweight hold-alls conform to Ryanair's new baggage policy and are the correct size to take on board without paying extra. Each measuring 35x20x20cm with carry hand… Read more
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st8mike17 h, 0 m ago

Whats with all these posts for bags that fit that rubbish airline ?? Is …Whats with all these posts for bags that fit that rubbish airline ?? Is someone on commission ???


Because Ryanair's new restrictions came in on the 15th Jan - that's probably why
Ordered the Aerolite bag ... looked a better strap. Ordered at weekend, going on Ryanair tomorrow, order still "processing"
The same two bags (but navy and wine) from the same supplier are £13.99 on Amazon. 2 x black are currently £14.99. Link below.

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The dimensions seem small but it holds quite a lot. In mine I fit iPad, phone and charges, old skool headphones, sandwiches, family size pack wine gums, magazine, bottle of drink, purse, jewellery................and cuddly toy. Takes a bit of organising but it all fits.
Just for the essentials ifyou don’t want to put your valuables in the hold.
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Flight Cabin Bag fulfils Ryanair criteria 35x20x20cm £8.99 delivered @ Travelluggagecabinbags
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This unisex lightweight hold-all conforms to Ryanair’snew baggage policy and is the correct size to take on board without paying extra. Measuring 35x20x20cm it has carry handles an… Read more
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Thanks to everyone voting. Just thought it was a good idea if each person travelling in your party had a different coloured one. No more mix ups at the security scanner or arguments on whose is whose and makes kids responsible for their own bag and contents.
Steve35353 m ago

If you want 4 black ones its £21.99 via eBay


Waiting for someone now to say, if you want 46 black ones its for xxx...
greencode19 h, 15 m ago

I bought a pair of these a while back. Actually pretty good and although …I bought a pair of these a while back. Actually pretty good and although the dimensions look small, in writing, it's quite surprising how much you can fit in there. You can get them cheaper (if you want two) here https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01FSP2ECS


If you want 4 black ones its £21.99 via eBay
To all the people who don't read the facts before running to their keyboard to complain....

How are the hand luggage rules changing?

Ryanair currently allows you to bring two items of hand luggage:

  • Its maximum-allowed bag is 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (smaller than Easyjet's 56cm x 45cm x 25cm), with a 10kg weight limit.
  • You can also take a smaller bag such as a handbag or laptop bag, with a max size of 35cm x 20cm x 20cm and no weight restriction.

From Wednesday 1 November, you will still be able to take both bags through security, but non-priority boarding customers will only be able to bring their smaller bag into the cabin. The larger bag will have to be put into the hold at the boarding gate, at no extra charge.

If you pay extra for priority boarding – typically £5 – you will still be able to take both bags into the cabin.

Summary.... You can still take the two bags, it won't cost you more, stop looking for reasons to moan.
Cheapskate..
£10 London to Nice RETURN flight Jan @Ryanair + £87 4* Hotel - 2nt, 2A @travel republic
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London Stansted to Nice Sun 21st Jan 07:55 - 10:55 FR 1874 1 x Adult Standard fare£ 4.991 x Cabin bagIncluded(10kg, 55cm x 40cm x 20cm) Nice to London Stansted Tue 23rd Jan 11:3… Read more
yasiraq18th Dec

Avg is 9c in Jan with 13c in day time and 5c at night.


And avg 9 degrees is hot! Lol
Take the 100 bus to Monaco for 1.5 euros. Very scenic. Don't take the 100x
bsmaff17th Dec

You should warn people that the Nice airport according to Ryanair is in …You should warn people that the Nice airport according to Ryanair is in Normandy.


Nice Airport is a short bus ride from town
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soldierboy00116 m ago

So that's a duffle coat for the beach then?


Yes but whole pearly white sands beach is all yours to enjoy I would rather do coastal trips to Cannes, Monaco or St. Tropez
yasiraq18th Dec

Avg is 9c in Jan with 13c in day time and 5c at night.



So that's a duffle coat for the beach then?
Aerolite SMART Suitcase with USB Phone Charger Port, ABS Hard Shell 4 Wheel Carry On Hand Cabin Luggage ,  (Charcoal) - £54.99 @ Sold by Luggage Travel Bags UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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now i have seen it all was £74.99 Approved for Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways, Jet2, Virgin Atlantic & Many More! (Charcoal)
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Only £39.99 now !
Marky2645 h, 4 m ago

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/152641035352 Bit of Digging and found the same …https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/152641035352 Bit of Digging and found the same case for £45.49 Delivered!



Sorry, did you not get the memo? This is HotAmazon&GearbestDeals now, none of us can be bothered to shop around so we just post what gets reduced on about five different sites.
Suitcase with all wires in means no suite case at other end, and possible long delay due to evacuation of airport and many peed of people :-)
ebay.co.uk/i/1…t=0

Bit of Digging and found the same case for £45.49 Delivered!
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£11 Return Flight -  London To Stockholm - Sweden - Jan/Feb @Momondo via Gotogate
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Hand luggage is included in the price. Here are some example dates: Jan 14 – 17 Jan 15 – 17 Momondo is a price comparison site similar to skyscanner or Kayak where different… Read more
joyf45361 h, 30 m ago

Apart from the Erasmus discount of course.



You so clever.

That is an ultra specific group of students offered a discount 99.99% of the population of Europe will not have access to.

15% off 8 one way flights if you study abroad for a semester or two ryanair.com/gb/…mus

But you still cannot get a cheaper price anywhere than booking with Ryanair directly. These Erasmus students would not get their 15% off if they booked through Momongo, booking has to be made directly though Ryanair.

So if they booked through Momongo, they'd lose the 15% discount AND pay more for the flight because of Moremongo's fees
dewonderful4 h, 9 m ago

1000% correct. Ryanair don't give discounts and you cannot get a cheaper …1000% correct. Ryanair don't give discounts and you cannot get a cheaper price anywhere than booking with them directly. You can only pay more, hence why I call this a scam. If you want to pay £40 for £20 flights, go right ahead and book through Momondo. HUKD is becoming swamped with shills and conmen and people who attack those who point out scams. Keep it coming shills and scammers, I don't give a


Apart from the Erasmus discount of course.
Ryanair Cabin Baggage Policy

"Bags. Made Simple.
From January 2018 we will be implementing our new cabin bags policy. Only customers who have purchased Priority Boarding, Plus, Flexi Plus, or Family Plus will be permitted to bring two cabin bags on board.
All other customers will only be permitted to bring one smaller carry-on bag on board the aircraft, while their second larger wheelie bag must be placed in the hold at the boarding gate (free of charge).

"Your small bag must not exceed 35x20x20cm and should easily fit under the seat in front of you."
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joyf45361 h, 36 m ago

The Momondo link takes you to Gotogate check them out with trip …The Momondo link takes you to Gotogate check them out with trip advisor!!!!You can't book cheaper than booking direct with Ryanair because they don't give discounts to travel agents so what's the point.One review says "Ticket costed initally 56€ and ended up 80€" for exampleThe only way an agent can make money is to add their own fees.


1000% correct. Ryanair don't give discounts and you cannot get a cheaper price anywhere than booking with them directly.

You can only pay more, hence why I call this a scam. If you want to pay £40 for £20 flights, go right ahead and book through Momondo.

HUKD is becoming swamped with shills and conmen and people who attack those who point out scams. Keep it coming shills and scammers, I don't give a
Ryanair seat sale!!!
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Book by 29 of November 23:59!!! And travel in December 2017, maybe get away on Christmas :)
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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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 .
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.
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.
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.
RYANAIR BLACK FRIDAY EARLY LEAK travel in janaury for as low as £7.99
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this isn't suppose to go live until tomorrow but I found this link for the sale that starts tomorrow. travel in January 2017
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Beware if you're traveling with your friends or partner etc you'd probably be allocated seats opposite side of the plane. This is from my past experience last week when i flew with Ryanair.
sayitasitis11 h, 42 m ago

so you can still take two pieces of luggage in the standard flight only …so you can still take two pieces of luggage in the standard flight only deal , albeit the larger bag goes in the hold, nevertheless only the first 90 larger standard cabin bags will be allowed in the overhead - so many selfish people have taken a liberty disregarding the baggage rules, this is now affecting all clients. I have travelled Ryanair numerous times and witness the outrageous disrespectful behaviour of passengers who have little or no regard of others or their safety.

It would probably be easier to smuggle hash out of Istanbul airport, than circumvent whatever baggage rules they make up.
andy_sym23 h, 14 m ago

Even if they paid me I am NOT flying with them again. They cancelled my …Even if they paid me I am NOT flying with them again. They cancelled my flight less than 24 hours before I was due to fly home, I eventually got through on their online chat and was 'lucky' to get an alternative flight 400 miles away (Alicante to Girona) which I wasn't reimbursed travel costs to get to (£150) which was then delayed on runway for 3.5 hours where were given NO free water / snacks etc as per EU rules! Also worth mentioning it's not the staffs fault wither as they are really badly underpaid and overworked as per http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/comment/ryanair-flight-attendant-union-secrets-reveals/ and do you really want pilots in charge of flying you / your family highly stressed?


They cancelled my flights in the summer with less than 24 hours' notice as well - meant that I missed out on the first day of a musical festival I'd been waiting for all year. I'm currently in the middle of a compensation claim with them that has so far taken 62 days (which is just slightly outside the 28 days they say it will take to sort). I have spent countless hours on their online chat function and sent emails that still haven't been answered. A couple of weeks ago I was finally offered £350 which they said would be in my bank within 10 working days... on the 8th working day they sent me a letter to tell me that the 10 working days had been "reset due to technical difficulties"??? Just feels like yet another stalling tactic to avoid paying.

Wouldn't fly with this awful airline again if you paid me.
Cold. Cancellation risk
jsoap47 m ago

Everything you say is correct, but the net effect is that your cabin …Everything you say is correct, but the net effect is that your cabin baggage allowance will be severely reduced. I also wonder how long it will be before they will start charging for the free 10kg cabin bag that goes in the hold...sounds daft already.


so you can still take two pieces of luggage in the standard flight only deal , albeit the larger bag goes in the hold, nevertheless only the first 90 larger standard cabin bags will be allowed in the overhead - so many selfish people have taken a liberty disregarding the baggage rules, this is now affecting all clients. I have travelled Ryanair numerous times and witness the outrageous disrespectful behaviour of passengers who have little or no regard of others or their safety.
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From Leeds: Easter School Holidays Family of 4 Ibiza - Family Friendly Location, Car Hire & Flights £147.35pp £589.35 @ Ryanair/Direct
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Lots of people looking for Easter hols already and I think this is a great bargain for Easter. Flying from Leeds on 1 April and returning on 8/9 April, book flights on www.ryanair… Read more
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square8812th Nov

Anything from London?Thanks


Oh let the nearly north have one bargain!! You guys can get to ask the London airports there's deals-a-plenty surely!!?
mike16091213 m ago

Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything d …Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything directly relating to this time of year. We don’t mind quiet as long as there’s still plenty open/plenty for the little one to do



May and October are the months I would go. My daughter and her family went to Santa Eulalia last Easter and really enjoyed it but then had a hire Car and toured the Island.Not many tourists then and the resorts tend to open for holidaymakers early in May. Not driving might restrict you early in the season.
Norman-B13 m ago

Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to …Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to visit Ibiza but you might find it a bit quiet. I’ve stayed a lot in Santa Eulalia and rate it highly


Thanks for your reply, had a look on tripadvisor; couldn’t find anything directly relating to this time of year. We don’t mind quiet as long as there’s still plenty open/plenty for the little one to do
Mike160912, have you looked on TripAdvisor? Easter will be a nice time to visit Ibiza but you might find it a bit quiet. I’ve stayed a lot in Santa Eulalia and rate it highly
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mike16091218 m ago

Hi, has anyone stayed in Cala Valdella around these dates willing to share …Hi, has anyone stayed in Cala Valdella around these dates willing to share their experience?Thinking of booking with my wife and 5 year old boy. A big concern would be entertainment and things To do as we don’t drive so can’t car hire to travel muchSearched the internet and haven’t found many answers for this time of year?Thank you



I did read some positive Tripadvisor reviews tripadvisor.co.uk/Hot…tml
RYANAIR Sale from £5 across Europe
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Rayanair lauched sale for flights across Europe- most are 5£ each way
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flew back from barcelona with them last week. absolutely no problems with them. even tried to move people around before take off. for cheap prices i am prepared to roll the dice with ryanair.
All from the south, lame
BertieWusster7 h, 59 m ago

Must have a lot of unsold seats. I can't think why that would be. Unless, …Must have a lot of unsold seats. I can't think why that would be. Unless, of course, it's because they ****** off thousands of people by cancelling their flights at short notice, often when they were already abroad, and then lied to them about their rights to replacement flights and compensation.


They do this every winter
I`d rather get to my destination via sailing on the Titanic rather than flying by Ryanair !
bangorgeoff2 m ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laker_Airways


Laker Airways
Flash sale Ryanair flights to Germany from £9.99.
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Ryanair are having a flash sale for 24 hours only for flights to Germany. Some flights only £9.99 one-way.
One way to Europe is not a bad deal at all. Heated
Handyroo9 h, 23 m ago

Why TF am i getting down votes on this deal?This is a good deal and if you …Why TF am i getting down votes on this deal?This is a good deal and if you are able to fly mid-week then you can literally get to germany and back for £20.

You don’t happen to own a pair of blinkers and an Irish airline do you?
Every other person on the planet would understand why this should sink lower than the Titanic.
Did it not cross your mind that anything involving Ryanair would get a very cold vote
Maybe you should ask all those who booked tickets.... only to be cancelled at short notice
and to add insult.... they have to fight the barsteward to get their LEGAL compensation and ALL
the money they eventually lost.... back.....even though he's been threatened with huge fines....
I don't think he really gives a flying fig
Should have posted it as a 9.99 lottery for a 300 Cancellation payout!
Ryanair Mega Sale Starting From £9.99 One-Way
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This sale is for 1000000 seats! Book by midnight Sunday October 1st for travel October 2017 to February 2018
Pay on credit card just incase you have to claim it back under section 75!!!
I cant help but think the pronoucation of your name is Raging ,just like the tens of thousands of passengers are.Maybe the title should say" Possible" travel between October and February.I wouldnt fly with Ryanair again unless the plane was commondered for an evacuation .Where are you flying to sir ? oh yeah we fly to there,nearly !!! its only £9.99.And then half hour by taxi the rest of the way. Sorry Raijin very cold always £9.99 one way.
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I was hoping that people wouldn't support O'Leary so a message could go out to all airlines that if they treat customers like s**t then they won't be in business much longer. Sadly, judging by the comments from some people, low prices are still king. Will some people never learn?
eslick3 h, 34 m ago

Sadly they do even the big carriers don’t always sit parents and children t …Sadly they do even the big carriers don’t always sit parents and children together. Had it myself a few years ago on a 9 hour flight 2 kids and my wife, wife in row 21 kids in 40 middle rows with two strangers either side. came back last month from America and BA did the same to a family behind us.


Possibly these people did not check in in advance? I’ve never had a split up family on many easyjet and flybe flights. Maybe it’s been 5 years of good luck. But this year, 1 Ryanair flight and 3 easyJet’s for our holiday and the Ryanair split us over 4 rows, all window seats. Even though when I looked at selecting seats, there were plenty available in groups. Every other flight, no problem, all together.

With Ryanair, it’s not random, it’sanother deliberate money grab. Pays yer money, takes yer choice. I know what I’m choosing next year.
Ryanair winter sale starting from £7.99, e.g London Luton to Olsztyn - Mazury (Poland) only £7.99.
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This sale is for 50000 seats only and will end Monday midnight. Some examples are shown below but many more flights available from all over the UK. Click here: https://www.ryana… Read more
sparc8 h, 21 m ago

I'm going away with Ryan Air in three weeks time.

So when was you actually supposed to go then?
worst company ive ever flown with. Stuff them
I'm going away with Ryan Air in three weeks time.
Please - anyone thinking of booking, just remember:

Ryanair - The world's first airline to actually sell imaginary seats, on imaginary flights.

Oh, and do play following link as you go through the booking process:

Ryanair's slogan should now be: "for when you have no other option...." like a lender of last resort only then time it's a 'flyer of last resort' ok it's more accurately described as providing a 'lottery flying service"..
Ryanair Flash Sale - One way flights for £9.99
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Over 100 routes to choose from
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waterloo4 h, 31 m ago

Maybe it would be best to post a deal and help the site instead of …Maybe it would be best to post a deal and help the site instead of trolling my spelling it's very childish and boring especially when it's on a shopping site.



Maybe it would be best to... stop looking at other people's profiles, to try and score points. Just because someone has made you look a fool.
I've got zero interest in receiving emails from various company's offering deals and then trying to post those deals before anyone else.
Others post deals. Respect to them.
I've not looked at your profile, because I don't care about you or what you've contributed to this site. Well, apart from making me and others laugh with your spelling and then following up with "witty" retorts.

Maybe it would be best to... stop commenting on my comments and concentrate on yourself.
I'll be watching you. Muahaha Muahaha Muahaha



(not really, I've lost interest now)
Shatwell28th Aug

I think you'll find it's "taken" and not "took" No offence was …I think you'll find it's "taken" and not "took" No offence was took by me


Maybe it would be best to post a deal and help the site instead of trolling my spelling it's very childish and boring especially when it's on a shopping site.
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Al186 m ago

They got married after appearing on the Jeremy Kyle show and finding out …They got married after appearing on the Jeremy Kyle show and finding out that Mick, is in fact, the biological father


But she cheated on him, then lied about it, then complained the lie detector results weren't right!
360finder27th Aug

Can't believe they married. Always out on the estate arguing and screaming …Can't believe they married. Always out on the estate arguing and screaming with each other. Still be nice not to have to hear his large unmuffled exhaust at 3am as he comes home from a night with the "lads, lads, lads"




They got married after appearing on the Jeremy Kyle show and finding out that Mick, is in fact, the biological father
waterloo33 m ago

No offence took you boring caunt



I think you'll find it's "taken" and not "took"
No offence was took by me
From London: 12 Nights Christmas & New Year All Inclusive in Malta (family of 4) 26/12-07/01 @ Alpharooms/Ryanair £280.67pp
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^^^^^^^ Don't know what them annoying lines are I can't get rid of them ^^^^^^^^^^^ Before anyone says anything about the temperature, it will not be scorching hot, and temperatur… Read more
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The buses are a bit of a joke.
I have stayed at this hotel. Cheap but not too cheerful. Changed room several times as no single one had all amenities working. Food was OK for a short stay.
Window in curdle door Dorset coas
tek-monkey9 h, 31 m ago

October half term for me, I'll be in Gozo


My sister has a scuba diving business in Gozo, call in and say hi
Whilst obviously not as warm as the Canaries, Malta itself is so much more interesting, with fantastic history and sights. However, although I don't know this hotel and it's specific hotel, my brief time in Bugibba waiting for a bus connection made me glad I wasn't staying there - seemed the most "Costa Del" type of place on the island.
From Stansted: 7 Nights in Cyprus £241.79 £120.89pp 18-25 November @ Alpharooms/Ryanair
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If you are looking for some winter sun there are some cheap flights to Paphos in November/December. December does cool off significantly but November temperatures are on a par with… Read more
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As a Cypriot I would say that mid-November is a hit and miss if you are looking for sun. You can never know with these crazy weather changes. I would say that the weather would be similar to what we currently have in the UK (I live in Nottingham). Even if going to the beach is not possible, there are plenty of places to visit if you rent a car and go to the mountains. Search for troodos mountains, tzelefos bridge, omodos, kakopetria, lofou village. You can also go to limassol marina etc.
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Great deal post, really good work on the instructions.
Great price but probably the worst time of the year to be there if you're looking for sun. Heat added anyway as I can go visit family.
I love all your deals thanks
From London: 5 night Verona, Lake Garda & Venice Break £182.25pp @ Ebookers/ Ryanair
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Here is a lovely 5 night trip to Verona, Lake Garda and Venice, ideal for those that want to visit some of Italy and don't mind using the trains to travel about. 28/09-30/09 Fly e… Read more
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Good deal op, a lot of effort put into the breakdown of cost.
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itsillogical8 h, 23 m ago

We did this very trip earler this year as we were attending a wedding on …We did this very trip earler this year as we were attending a wedding on Lake Como. Didn't do Verona at all really, as we ran out of time, so another day maybe.For what it's worth we stayed at Meublè AdrianaVicolo Strentelle 21, Sirmione, BS, 25019, Italy, 0203 027 9779 ( from £76 currently on Hotels.com) which is in the centre of Sirmione with a view landward to the Castle from the roof terrace. Basic , but puts you in easy walking of the many resturants in Sirmione. Sirmione is bottom centre of Lake Garda so the other places can be reached by the ferries from there too. I'd second getting the train into Venice too, so easy. We actually had a hire car via BA which gave us 'free' days' so we ended up parking it in a secured car park in Verona near to the station, so not so 'free' afterall. We booked the train via the Trenitalia web site, which was in English.As for Venice, come out of the station and to the right on the canal is a ferry booth, where you can get a ferry pass for x number of hours/days. This makes the ferry service so much easier and cheaper to do.We stayed at Hotel Al Codega (Double £145+) which i can recommend, it was ideally centred near to St Marks etc. A bit pricy for some maybe, but we won't be going back anyday soon i'm afraid :-(



why so expensive for hotels? it is only lake!
From Manchester: 2 Night Christmas Markets Nuremberg just £66.07pp 3-5th December @ Ryanair
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Seeing the other post made me go all Christmassy and to see what I could find for other airports and different Xmas markets. Nuremberg has amazing markets, apparently the biggest … Read more
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No idea! I didn't 'do' anything other than search for them.
How do you get the discount on the flights??
This is also available from Belfast according to a poster on Holiday pirates worth checking and adding to description might help someone out.
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Ryanair Flight Sale - Upto 25% Off over 250 routes for Travel 1st Sept to 15th Dec - Flights from £7.49 (Christmas Markets maybe?!)
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Just spotted this and there seems loads of flights between 1st Sept - 15th Dec with upto 25% . Expires midnight Tuesday Flight prices start from just £7.49 with departures from Lo… Read more
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I agree with Robbo11 over the comments over hand luggage. Came back from lisbon last night and they went through most peoples bags, and some unlucky people who had no issues with their bags coming out all of a sudden were demanded to pay for their bags to be stored in the planes hold. Ryanair will head down the same route as wizzair IMHO, where anything cabin baggage you place under the seat will be free, and anything you store in the overhead lockers will be charged!!!

The cheapest prices by a long way and your moaning about paying for a seat together,go and pay an extra £100 and fly with jet 2 then!
Searcher211 h, 7 m ago

I fly with them once or twice a year and haven't had any complaints. I'll …I fly with them once or twice a year and haven't had any complaints. I'll find out if this "splitting up a couple" activity happens in October when I am off to Barcelona for weekend.


Rest assured that you will be sitting next to strangers unless you care enough to pay for the 'privilege' of sitting with your partner. You could always try asking to swap seats with someone once on board or if it's not a full flight, find empty seats to nab but neither are definites. Since May, when Ryanair changed their free seating allocation algorithm, they now allocate free seats by letter order rather than row number starting with the middle B, then E seats first, then when those are gone, the C then D aisle seats. The window A and F seats are allocated last of all. Ryanair are also threatening to reduce the free cabin baggage allowance because (they say) customers are abusing their cabin bag size rules.
Got a flight next week. Got 3 seats allocated for free as children need to be next to an adult. So we got one row next to the window. The first seat in the middle row next to our seats is still free. Was thinking they'd give us it because we're all together. Now reading all these comments, I just booked it to be safe, £5 each way.
over the years of flying with ryanair I could not fault them. you pitch up early, print off your boarding passes, and bring the correct hand luggage.....all sorted, no hassle, quids in!

Until earlier today when I checked in for my Lisbon flights this morning.....WTF! ok I refused to pay the extra £12 for me and the misses to sit next door to each other, but she was allocated row 6, and I got row 33.. The lowest of the low for certain with this new BS seating policy. Admittedly this is my 25th wedding anniversary trip to Lisbon, yes i was feeling tight at the time of check in, but only because I felt the flights were over priced!
oh welll, hopefully O'leary will learn from this. I briefly saw him on Newsnight last week getting ripped over Brexit and their summer 2019 schedule.......
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