Ryanair is known for its low prices, however, as part of its Black Friday 2019 offering the budget airline is offering even more for less. Over 10 days leading up to Black Friday the Irish airline has been boasting one new deal a day. For day five passengers are invited to book a winter retreat to France for twenty percent less than the cost of a usual ticket. However, customers will have to act fast as this deal won’t be around for long.
Whether you’re hoping to take in the views from the Eiffel Tower in Pairs or explore the scenery in Toulouse, this deal is the perfect opportunity to do so for a cut of the price.
What is Ryanair’s day five deal?
To mark day five of Ryanair’s Black Friday sales the airline is offering 20 percent off all return flights to France in December and January.
The deal is perfect for passengers hoping to head on a festive vacation or beat the January blues with a late winter holiday.
Ryanair flies to 34 airports in France, including Bordeaux, Lille, Marseille, Nice, Paris and Strasbourg.
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When do I need to book?
Customers hoping to get their hands on the bargain will have to book quickly, as the deal is only valid for 24 hours.
Going live at midnight today, 28 November, the deal will expire at 23:59pm tonight.
Ryanair’s Alejandra Ruiz said: “It’s Day 5 of our exciting ‘Cyber Week’ seat sale and we have slashed our flights to France by 20% for travel in December and January, which are only available until midnight tonight (23:59hrs Thursday).
We have 10 days of amazing deals on the Ryanair.com website, offering customers the lowest fares in Europe, with even bigger savings. Customers should log on to Ryanair.com to bag a bargain break today – and look forward to flying with the greenest/cleanest major airline in Europe, with the lowest CO2 emissions.”
Other ways to enjoy France for less
If you have your heart set on France, but don’t manage to catch the Ryanair deal, Eurostar is also offering discounted travel as part of Black Friday 2019.
The high-speed train line departs from London’s St Pancras Station connecting travellers to Paris, Amsterdam, Avignon, Brussels, Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Disneyland Paris, Lille, Fréthun, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, and Rotterdam.
As part of its seasonal discounts, Eurostar is offering tickets starting at £25 to Paris and Lille.
The sale is also covering destinations in Belgium too, which tickets to Brussels starting at £25 and other Belgian stations costing just £10 more.
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Published at Thu, 28 Nov 2019 00:01:00 +0000