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Ryanair baggage hack to save big on flights goes viral

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  • A Ryanair customer has shared a brilliant money-saving tip that could help you save up to £50 on baggage fees every time you book a holiday.

    Budget airlines are great, but most travelers end up spending more money on everything from snacks to carry-on luggage.

    And, with Ryanair offering huge savings on its website, what better way to ring in the summer than with a relaxing beach holiday? Vaccination passports will no longer be required for domestic or international travel to England, so why not organize a trip?

    Travelers raved about TikToker Cloda Scanlon (@obviouslyorange) after she posted her nifty trick to saving a massive amount of money when planning a vacation.

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    A 20kg bag is not always essential for a short trip, but Ryanair does not include free 10kg carry when booking, so you will have to pay extra if you want any type of luggage to carry. hand outside of a purse or backpack.

    According to the Daily Record and viral TikTok video, Ryanair’s initial booking option allows passengers to select their seats and baggage requirements. If you wait and choose “advantageous rate”, you can add luggage later.

    Cloda explains in the video: “If you want to save between €40 (£33) and €60 (£50) on your next Ryanair flight plus that 10kg bag, then keep listening.

    “So I almost paid €192 (£161) for my flights and instead, for the exact same flight with exactly the same number of bags, I will only pay €133 (£111).

    “So go to the Ryanair app and do as normal – choose your flights, choose your dates. Instead, go back to the booking page and choose the great fare”, which does not include a bag of 10 kg.

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    After that, if you click continue, you will be taken to a new page where you can manually add the 10kg for just €13 (£10).

    Cloda adds: “It’s instead of what was €22 (£18.50) per person per trip, so go for a small bag and the bargain fare, then go all the way to the end of the page of reservation to click on your 10 kg option.”