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Stansted 'Express' Tickets On Ryanair Flights - Still Available?
 
# 1 : Sunday 11-3-2012 @ 21:03
 
 
Hi!

I was just wondering if anyone out there can tell me if Ryanair still sell Stansted Express tickets onboard their flights to Stansted and how much are they these days?

Thanks!

Anthonio
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# 2 : Sunday 11-3-2012 @ 21:10
 
 
They sell them, not sure if they are cheaper than at the airport, but you can get a coach into London for a lot less
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# 3 : Sunday 11-3-2012 @ 21:14
 
 
Someone said :
They sell them, not sure if they are cheaper than at the airport, but you can get a coach into London for a lot less

Coach from Stansted?
How long does that take?
Try to buy a train ticket online. That's probably the best value.

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# 4 : Sunday 11-3-2012 @ 21:18
 
 
Someone said :

Coach from Stansted?
How long does that take?
Try to buy a train ticket online. That's probably the best value.

Not sure how long it takes but it takes me up to 45 mins by car to get to my gaff and it will be bus lanes after that for the coach so I'd give it 90 mins on a good day
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# 5 : Sunday 11-3-2012 @ 21:55
 
 
Thanks for responses.

It's a lot easier getting back to Stansted on the train than relying on a bus (especially the traffic around Victoria during the day).

I can buy a ticket online for £23.40 return for collection at the station (as opposed to £31.50 in the station). It's just I'm arriving quite late and if I get delayed an hour or anything (which happens) I'll miss the last train so was just debating whether to risk leaving it until the plane or not... the tickets are valid on the National Express Coaches if needs be that night anyways. It's just the trek down to the train station to get the ticket would be the balls

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