Ryanair announces ticketing partnership with Coras offering customers cheap flights - and they're cheaper if you buy before December
Ryanair has announced that it will be partnering with Coras, a top ticketing platform, selling theatre, music and sporting tickets across Europe.
The airline is looking to improve its customers' holidays before they've even boarded the plane. Customers are currently able to purchase tickets for the biggest shows in the West End of London, through Ryanair Tickets
and when they book their holiday.
Starting with a number of shows on London's West End, and the incredible 'Live at Chelsea' series, which goes on sale on November 10th, Ryanair will also be offering tickets for theatre, live music and sporting events. The scheme is available in a number of languages, which will look to benefit customers across Europe.
Ryanair has launched the partnership as part of their 'Always Getting Better' scheme, and if this is a mark of things to come then we can't wait to see what's next!
What's more, to celebrate the launch, the budget airline is cutting prices on all tickets booked before December
, meaning cheaper tickets for your winter break.
Ryanair’s Director of Ancillary, Greg O’Gorman said:
"We’re pleased to partner with Coras to launch Ryanair Tickets, offering customers the opportunity to purchase tickets to top West End shows including Aladdin, Wicked, The Lion King and Les Misérables.
"Customers will benefit from very competitive prices as an easy add-on within their 'MyRyanair' account. Initially launching with tickets for shows in the UK, Ryanair Tickets will be extended to include events across Europe in the future."
Mark McLaughlin, CEO of Coras said: "Travel plans increasingly start with the purchase of an event ticket, whether it be for a Premiership football match or for a favourite music artist. Ryanair Tickets offers customers a more convenient and personalised experience to purchase the best event tickets across Europe.
"To celebrate we are launching a special introductory offer on all theatre tickets booked before December, meaning customers won't have to pay the high fees charged by other leading ticket agencies."