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We’re writing from experience, and these deals are real. No gimmicks, no catches. Ryanair is running a “7 Days of Deals” Black Friday promotion, and today they’re out with 100,000 seats at just €4.99. We flew a similar deal just last week, and for an extra €20 to secure a first row seat, had a pretty excellent experience.

a lake surrounded by mountains€4.99 Deals

These deals are available in virtually every European country, to almost every European country. Even flights over 2+ hours are available for just €4.99. The deal homepage can be found here, which will take show you all the routes and flights available, and where to find the €4.99 price.

€20 Upgrade

For €20 you can secure a first row seat, if available. The key to making this deal pleasant and not painful is securing one. Find a flight where the first row is available, by going through the booking process and selecting a seat before paying. If it’s not available, go back and try to find another flight. If you can secure the row, €24.99 for a carry on and unlimited legroom is amazing.

7 Days Of Deals

As we mentioned, this is part of Ryanair’s “7 Days of Deals” promotion, leading up to Black Friday. We highly doubt it’ll get any better than this, and these deals theoretically expire at the end of the day, but it’s worth checking back to this site daily to see what new offer is out there. You can’t argue with the value for money. Enjoy your European adventure…

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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