Ryanair is releasing 100,000 seats for travel in November at just €2 a pop, the airline has announced.
What's the catch?
Well, the flash sale fares are available for travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays this November only, though they are released on some 170 routes.
The €2 fares are available until midnight on Wednesday, October 26.
"Instead of splashing out on a take-away coffee, why not sample a latte in one of Europe’s best cities, with almost 170 routes to choose from across our European network," quipped Robin Kiely, Ryanair's Head of Communications.
The sale comes just a day after Ryanair announced that it would require all customers booking on its Irish website or app to join 'My Ryanair' from November 1.
After that date, anyone seeking to book a flight online will be asked to provide an email and password for auto sign-up at the payment stage.
They will not be able to complete bookings without doing so.
Today's sale fares are available on Ryanair.com only.
Since the launch of its €2 sale, Ryanair has been experiencing 'issues' with its website, with investigations following from its IT team.
"We experienced a temporary error on a remote server and we apologise to customers for this brief outage," it said in a statement to Independent.ie Travel.