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I will be travelling with Ryanair in a few weeks. Currently I have a printer so I can do the check in and print the tickets.

I am not yet sure if I will increase the weight in my luggage. I will only know this in a few weeks and I won't have access to a printer any more.

My question is if I can add more checked in luggage after doing the on-line check-in. If yes do I have to print the ticket again?

Note: The answer from user3470 is valuable but doesn't answer my question. I plan to take only hand luggage but I might have to add checked in luggage later. As I described before, by than I won't have access to a printer. Can I still use the same "printed ticket" even if I add luggage?

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Ryanair's terms and conditions do not allow you to upgrade a 15 kg bag to a 20 kg bag. If you have booked 15 kg, you will have to pay for a possible excess. Currently the price is 20 EUR per kilo. You might be better off by booking 20 kg from the start.

It is possible to check in (additional) luggage at the airport, even after the online check-in. However this will be more expensive than doing it online. Also note that a maximum of two (checked) bags is allowed by passenger.

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That's useful information. My question is still valid. One of the persons flying with me didn't buy check-in luggage. Is it possible to buy it after buying after the on-line check in? –  nsn Jul 29 '13 at 11:00
Actually, Ryanair allows anything provided you have enough cash. –  mouviciel Aug 26 '13 at 9:27
Thank you for your answer. Unfortunatly it doens't fully answer. –  nsn Dec 22 '13 at 19:43

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