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- Posted:Tuesday, October 5, 2010
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That is because one million seats will be made available for only £8 each over selected dates for that period, ideal for those who are thinking of snapping up a cheap Dublin hostel, as this is one of the destinations.
However, those looking to take advantage of the offer should be quick to do so, as the low-fare deal has to be booked on Ryanair's website by midnight on October 7th.
Tickets look set to selling-out fast, according to Stephen McNamara, chief executive of the airline, especially considering the fact that charges and taxes are included within the £8 price tag.
He added: "Only Ryanair sells Europe's lowest fares with a no fuel surcharge guarantee. In addition to our lowest fares, we also deliver Europe's number one on-time performance across more than 1,200 routes."
Days available within this sale are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the month, making it ideal for a short midweek break away.
The airline has recently given a second reason for people to find some cheap hostels in Dublin, having outlined a new strategy in the hope of attracting more tourism into the city, as well as the rest of Ireland.
Deemed the Irish tourism recovery plan, some of the suggestions outlined under the initiative would save the industry €4 billion (£3.42 billion) by getting rid of the metro system currently in operation around Dublin Airport, which Ryanair has seen as useless, and dropping the tourist tax of €10, which could distract people from discovering the country.
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