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1. Posted by ej (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y

i want to trael from paris to barcelona, i look at the www.ryanair.com a ticket for me. i want to book it. How is it???
can I???

i need your help.

2. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 11y

I don't know about ryanair, but for most online purchases you need a credit card and otherwise basically it's no use...

3. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member 1824 posts) 11y

maybe set up a paypal hooked up to your bank account? Not sure if that workds... just brain storming.

4. Posted by Tsjebber (Full Member 58 posts) 11y

Sometimes you can book your ticket and pay for it at the airport. But I think that you still have to do your payment a few days/weeks in advance.

5. Posted by buttmunch (Inactive 77 posts) 11y

As it is an electronic ticket, can you get a friend or family member to book it for you back home? Just an idea!

6. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

debit, solo and switch cards are accepted as well. You can always walk in into any travel agency and pay cash.

7. Posted by Peter (Admin 5807 posts) 11y

Maybe you can buy a Prepaid Credit Card and use that. I don't believe there would be any restrictions on getting one.

Go to http://www.mastercard.com/fac/facStart.do?productId=3&catId=1 on Mastercard's US site. I have seen this kind of stuff mentioned for Visa before as well (marketed as Visa Money) and I'm sure AMEX has it as well.

8. Posted by henry.lapo (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y

Hi,
I'm a french boy who is living in the uk and i'm looking for a prepaid card too because my english visa electron is declined everywhere (bloody card...).
i need a real visa card to buy on internet.
does anyone know this one: (it a prepaid visa card)
http://www.get-your-company.com/main.php?f=prepaid_card
thanks
henry

9. Posted by skaro (Budding Member 16 posts) 11y

I would avoid the pre-paid Visa/Mastercard sites offering UK cards as they look dodgy - especially the ones who charge you up front for arranging it.

Capital One now do a proper secured Mastercard, which is pretty much the same - you put money onto the card, the card just looks like a normal Mastercard and no-one knows the difference.