Ryanair Is Flogging £5 Tickets Across Europe In Cyber Monday Sale
It is freezing outside and the summer is a distant memory. But all is not lost as the folks over at Ryanair have something to put a smile on your face.
The budget airline is almost at the end of its 'Cyber Week' sale and is offering customers the chance to get a pre or post-Christmas trip abroad - with tickets starting at just £5 ($6.50).
It's day nine of the firm's 10-day bargain bonanza, and surely the best yet, with 50,000 £5 tickets up for grabs.
So, if you're quick off the mark, you might be heading to any one of a number of popular destinations, including Berlin, Venice, Budapest, and Lisbon - for the price of a pint.
:loudspeaker: It's here :loudspeaker:
Our #CyberMonday2019 sale: with flights from €5 :eyes::airplane_departure:
- Ryanair (@Ryanair) December 2, 2019
Of course, prices vary depending on the airport you leave from and the destination, but it's still a fantastic deal.
For example, if you're living in the capital, you can set off from Stansted and get a return flight to Bologna, Italy, for a tenner.
Or if you're looking for something a bit more wintry, you can jump on a return flight to Oslo in Norway from Manchester for the same price.
If you're looking to get a bit of sun in the darker months, you can head down to Malaga from Edinburgh for £18.99 ($24.55) for a one-way ticket, while if you live south of the border you can can get to Alicante for a fiver from London.
This is the latest in a long line of discounts the airline has been flogging this past week.
If you have been close attention to their social media pages, you will have seen they have previously offered 20 percent off all flights to Budapest, £30 ($39) return trips for summer 2020, slashed 25 percent off flights to Poland, and knocked 20 percent off all flights to and from France when travelling between December and January.
So, what are you waiting for? Go!
But you will have to be quick, as the deals only last for 24 hours, with the offers running out at 11.59pm every day.
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