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Last month, Ryanair launched new rules which saw passengers having to pay for hand luggage over a certain size.

But travel blogger Pip Jones was nice enough to reveal a thrifty trick to pack all your essentials without breaking any rules.

In the form of a quick time-lapse video, she reveals the trick to packing is to roll your clothes instead of folding them.

Using her hack, Pip manages to pack three tops, a pair of jeans, two dresses, an Apple Mac laptop, underwear and socks into a modest handbag.

But thats not all – she also has room for chargers, a notebook, two cameras, wireless earbuds, a power bank, a portable wifi device and a mini bag of toiletries.

As of November, only a small handbag or laptop-sized satchel is allowed on Ryanair flights.

Luggage must be no larger than 40cm x 20cm x 25cm – which could fit a decent-sized rucksack or a tiny suitcase.

Discussing her money-saving trick on Twitter, Pip said: “You can save a lot of space by rolling clothes and only taking one pair of shoes that you wear to the airport.”

The blogger also has some pre-flight advice to help you get the best out of your baggage.

“You can also wear your heavier clothes to get your flight including coat, hat, scarf etc. You'll be super snug and you'll save packing space,” she said.

Before you travel, you might want to avoid packing this one Christmas essential (it might land you in some serious trouble).

And you definitely dont want to order this drink on board.

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