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Ryanair back to school seat sale

Ryanair back to school seat sale
September 04
09:00 2017

Ryanair has launched a seat sale across its network, with 20% off up to 2 million seats for travel from November to January, allowing customers to book their winter getaway on the lowest fares and beat the back to school blues – or celebrate a job well done all summer.

Discounted seats are available right across Ryanair’s network – the biggest in Europe – covering 33 countries and over 1,800 routes.

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said: “Parents everywhere are sad/relieved/overjoyed to see their children heading back to school this week, and to congratulate themselves for surviving a summer with their little bundles of joy/terror around the house, it’s the perfect time to be planning a winter break – with or without the kids! We’ve launched a massive seat sale, with 20% off up to 2 million seats for travel from November 1st – December 15th and from January 8th – 31st. This amazing offer will end at midnight (24:00hrs) on Sunday, 3rd September so customers should log on quickly and treat themselves to a winter break today.”

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