I've just booked a flight with Ryanair and for some reason they haven't charged me any taxes. I know that they sometimes have special offers where they don't charge taxes but it doesn't seem like they have any of these offers on at the moment. I'm worried that they've made a mistake. Has this happened to anyone else?
Don't worry, Ryanair will not make any loss so they won't give promo/no taxes if it's not there. There are times when there's no open promo going on but there are still seats running with previous promo, and you can get that. A good way to know this is, at the side of the price, it'll indicate if it's a regular fare or a web or a particular promo fare.
Try and do a new search with the same itinerary and you should be able to see it.
Just remember, Ryanair are probably the cheapest airline in the galaxy and if it says no taxes or check-in online fee, they've not made an error.
Where else can you go from one end of Europe to the other for under €30? Their prices are just unbelievable, aint they.
The people in N. America endlessly complain about Europe's fuel prices, but I doubt they can go from NY to Chicago for €20 ($25) including tax etc.