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Ryanair's £7.99 Flash Sale Caused Their Website To Go Down

Ryanair's £7.99 Flash Sale Caused Their Website To Go Down

Ryanair have announced a 'flash sale on certain flights meaning you can enjoy a break in the run up to Christmas without spending a fortune. However since the launch of this offer the entire website appears to be down causing major issues for those trying to book the discounted flights. With the website being down, customers are also unable to do their online check in for flights, which has resulted in thousands of people being unable to print their boarding passes off before flying.

The Ryanair "flash sale" is due to end at middnight tonight so there isn't much time left but unless they fix the website you won't be able to book anyway.


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If you are able to get onto the website you will find that they are currently offering flights for as low as £7.99 on selected routes from November 20 2018 and March 2019.

Reduced fares are available from a lot of airports in the UK so everyone should be able to enjoy the low prices.

There are flights from Manchester, Glasgow, Newquay, Leeds, London Stanstead, Edinburgh, London Luton, Bristol, Belfast, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Liverpool, Newcastle, Aberdeen, East Midlands, London Gatwick, Derry and Cardiff.

There are only a limited number of flights at the £7.99 rate so you best act fast if you want to get yourself a budget break.

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Ryanairs Website Is Down. Credit: PA
Ryanairs Website Is Down. Credit: PA

Based on fares from London Heathrow, a single fare to Oslo could cost you as little as £5, or a flight to anywhere in Germany to visit the Christmas markets would cost you as little as £7.

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If you fancy splashing out a little you could head to Chania in Greece for £52 which is the most expensive flight on the list.

Or if you prefer to fly from Manchester, flights to Germany are £9.78, France and Italy are £12.73 and you can travel to Madrid, Malaga and Barcelona from £14.69.

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You can also get a seat to Eindhoven, Porto, Shannon, Dublin and Faro for less than £10. The top price seat is to Rhodes, Greece for £41.99 closely followed by Marrakesh priced at £35.99.

A spokesperson for Ryanair said: "With the cold creeping in we are celebrating by launching a £7.99 'Frozen' flash sale for travel from November to March. This amazing offer will end at midnight (13th November), so customers should log on quickly and warm up with a winter getaway today."

If you do choose to travel with the budget airline, don't forget that their new baggage policy is now in place.

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Ryanair passengers who do not pay for priority boarding can only take a small handbag or laptop onto the plane free of charge and it must go under the seat in front of you.

Checking in a bag weighing over 10kg costs £8 at the time of booking or £10 later on or It costs £20 if customers want to put a bag in the hold at the check-in desk or £25 at the boarding gate.

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