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Working Ryanair Vouchers and Promo Codes for April 2021

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  • Select a Ryanair voucher here at LatestDeals.co.uk.
  • Click "Copy Code" and then "Continue to Ryanair" and you will be redirected to the page.
  • Make sure to log in to your account or register one if you're a new customer in order to redeem a voucher.
  • Choose the flight you want to book, select the date and time you want and click "Continue".
  • You will be given service options, simply follow the instructions provided if you wish to add any add ons to your flight. When you're done, click "Checkout" found at the top right corner of the page.
  • On the price breakdown table, click "Redeem a voucher/reward" to reveal the box where you can type in or paste your code. Click "Redeem" and your total will be adjusted accordingly.
  • Provide your details and payment method to finalize your booking.
  • Enjoy your discount!

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  • Ryanair are the ultimate budget airline with plenty of deals from online discount codes, if you just need to get somewhere it’s the ultimate no frills airline. Never had any problems with luggage or delays. Very much a pay for what you get. Certainly not the most comfortable of planes and no food served on board but they in my experience get you there on time. They ultimately suit stag or hen groups, get away holidays. Fly at regular intervals maybe not the best flight times for families or small children but if that’s not an issue they are great. Maybe just buy yourself a bottle of water from duty free. HayleyReevesHec
  • Flown once with Ryanair and will never use them again. The flight was delayed, no food or drink was given to delayed passengers. The seats are uncomfortable, you are charged for everything including seat reservation otherwise you could be sat separately from who you are travelling with. Also charged for extra baggage, early boarding and lots of other things I can't think of. Not a great flying experience, even with good deals from voucher codes online, I would rather pay more and go with a different airline. Freebiesarefun
  • We holiday abroad two or three times a year and usually use Ryanair as it works out the cheapest for us and there's always discount codes available online. It is true you get what you pay for, definitely no frills. We will usually pick up a sandwich meal deal from Boots at the airport before flying. It is much better now they give you designated seats as some passengers used to try to bag rows of seats by sitting in the window and aisle seats. Up to this year we were always giving seats together but they have started putting us separately so we swapped one of us by paying for one seat after check in. A bit annoying but still works out well for us. Grannyclock
  • I like travelling and Ryanair can take you to many countries for a very cheap price. I like that they have fare finder feature on their website so you can find a cheap deal very easily and you can always find bargain deals from voucher codes online. I had many bargain trips to European countries with Ryanair. My only complaint is their new seating policy. You have to pay more money to sit together. I know that every company trying to earn money, this is maybe a profitable but very wrong and rediculous way. We traveled to Poland last year as a group of six people and all of us ended up siting in different parts of the plane. Very inconvenient and disappointing. It might be even more disappointing if you are traveling as a couple with little kid. Apart from that I love Ryanair and never had any issues with them. themystery3

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What people think of Ryanair
3 months ago
Well what can I say. Ryanair will not refund you unless they cancel the flight. Was in lockdown the second time and although no one was allowed to travel they flight went ahead. Had to pay extra to change our flight or loose our money over £100 and the flight was cheaper ?? Now had to change again as we are in another lockdown. Flight was cheaper but had to pay another £120 . Disappointed.
7 months ago
I had a great flight back from London last time with them and its really cheap. no hassle at all. They have some pretty reasonable, affordable flights that well me and my husband look out for our mini getaways and wow we are not disappointed at all.. I hope this covid chaos soon ends..
9 months ago
Ryanair is the perfect place to look for great prices on flights. They offer flights at reasonable prices and regularly run offers/sales. You can also purchase car rental and book hotels through their website at reasonable prices too. Their website is straightforward to use, you are able to clearly see prices, flight times etc as well as view and manage your flights/bookings. You can download their app for even easier access to your bookings and travel documents.
10 months ago
What you save on the fare, you lose on the customer service. Like most people, the thought of flying for less than the price of a train ticket appeals to me greatly, and I have availed myself of many a European city break over the last few years. the pick of which was flying from London to Faro, Portugal for less than £12. So far so good, except Ryanair don't seem to want to play ball if you encounter a problem. A recent trip to Romania I had booked was cancelled due to the Pandemic enveloping the world in 2020. The other 2 companies involved in my trip managed a fairly speedy refund, the same can not me said for Ryanair. I am waiting for a refund of just under £85 - numerous live chats, chatbot sessions, emails and telephone conversations have had no impact whatsoever, and I still do not know when or If my refund will appear. So, Ryanair are great for cheap, no frills travel; just hope and pray that there are no problems, because then it feels like you are on your own.
11 months ago
Every single time I have flown with Ryan Air, which up until early Feb this year must be at least 8 or 9 times, it has has been awful. Every time I think nah it'll be okay, there can't be that many stuck up their ass cabin attendants, it'll be fine. The whole service is a shambles. What's the least we can provide for the maximum cash.... Should be their motto.
11 months ago
I've booked flights with Ryanair in March for myself and 3 friends. The customer service I have received throughout this pandemic has been rubbish. I can appreciate this is a difficult time for the company but the communication on what is going on and the refund process is terrible! We have been offered a gift voucher but have not been able to speak to someone about an alternative. This week I managed to get through to somebody via the help desk on their website however found the person patronising. Although the airline is cheap and when it is running it is a good option if you are not too fussed, the service I've experienced throughout this pandemic will make me think twice before booking with them in the future!
11 months ago
Travelling by Ryanair is what I would satirically refer to as an experience. After being hurded like cattle onto the plane it is an overwhelming game of sardines. In the past few years of flying with them I have noticed as I'm sure have many others that the spacing between the seats have got smaller and smaller. I am not a sardine, I'm a human being and just because my ticket is economy it does not mean I accept being shunted into an inhumanely small area next to a complete stranger. Ryanair really should pay attention to their customers before they are squeezed out of the market.
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