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2 return tickets from £90.00 to Paris, Brussels & Lille with Eurostar + Quidco

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The Times 2 from £90 promotion Once again, The Times have teamed up with Eurostar to bring you an exclusive 2 from £90 promotion to Paris, Brussels (Any Belgian station)* & Lille. Simply by co… Read More
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The Times 2 from £90 promotion

Once again, The Times have teamed up with Eurostar to bring you an exclusive 2 from £90 promotion to Paris, Brussels (Any Belgian station)* & Lille.

Simply by collecting three passwords from The Times/Sunday Times newspaper between the 17 October and 25 October you will gain access to this exclusive fare via the link below.

Booking dates are: 9am on 20 October until 5pm on the 3 November

Travel dates are: 10 November to the 28 February
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banned#1
all i gotta do now is find someone to go with
#2
Are the passwords individual to each newspaper or generic ones?

If they're the same, any chance of just posting them here?
#3
Just got an email from the Eurostar (I was on the last offer)

it says:
Eurostar and The Times are bringing you an exclusive offer: sample winter delights on the continent with two return tickets from only £90*. You can enjoy ice skating outside Paris's Hôtel de Ville, admire the Christmas lights in Lille or sample mussels in Brussels (at the right time of year).

To take advantage of this offer simply collect 3 passwords. You’ll see your first two below, so you just need to find 1 more in The Times / Sunday Times before 25 October.

Exclusive Password 1: Wine
Exclusive Password 2: Relax
1 Like #4
on another forum they say the passwords are:

Relax
Discover
Wine

as I haven't tried them I can't confirm if they are correct or not but as two of them are the same as smahedhat posted I guess they are legit.
#5
Raspberry
on another forum they say the passwords are:

Relax
Discover
Wine

as I haven't tried them I can't confirm if they are correct or not but as two of them are the same as smahedhat posted I guess they are legit.


they are the passwords, but it doesn't work out that cheap, it doesn't include hotel..
#6
Extra expensive on the weekend too. Should make it easy enough to get the dates you want at least - £50/£55 each for the trip ain't bad though.

Unless you've got an amazing deal or crazy times it's cheaper than flying - and infinitely nicer too.
#7
These websites (Times + Eurostar) keep falling over, guess this is a very popular offer!
#8
and has now crashed!!!

REMEMBER to go via quidco for 4% cashback peeps ;)
#9
Not sure you can, dounavilla?
#10
It worked for me with the following passwords:

Explore
relax
discover


I just booked two return tickets to go to Belgium from just before Christmas to just after New Year. These are always quite expensive - with this it came out at £164 for two people which is a very good and acceptable price in light of the low availability / high price during this period.

Thanks to the poster.
#11
damn missed this, booked last week return to Aachen from London for 2 of us and paid £200.. that was through DB and that was a special for the xmas markets.. could have saved myself a few quid :(
#12
Nice.
#13
I stayed in Lille a couple of weekends ago and really enjoyed myself. If you are 110% carnivore I can recommend eating at la Boucherie restaurant.
For cheaper accomodation, there is a youth hostel ([COLOR=#333333]Auberge de Jeunesse ) there - I didn't go there so can't comment - I was treated to a couple of nights at L'Hermitage[/COLOR]
#14
This is a good deal.
Heat!
Just gotta sort out Visa for Mrs as she not got British Passport

Anyone know of any sites for cheaper hotels in paris??
#15
pKaTz
This is a good deal.
Heat!
Just gotta sort out Visa for Mrs as she not got British Passport

Anyone know of any sites for cheaper hotels in paris??


Where is MRS from? As if she is from the commonwealth countries, she will be OK!
banned#16
whats better brussels or lille?
#17
Adnan786
whats better brussels or lille?


Both pale before Bruges, which is awesome!!
I believe Eurostar tickets let you travel free on any onward connection within Belgium, so do give Bruges a look if you havent been there before.
#18
I grew up in Dublin. I love Dublin. If I grew up on a farm, and was retarded, Bruges might impress me but I didn't, so it doesn't. :)
#19
badgerman2
I grew up in Dublin. I love Dublin. If I grew up on a farm, and was retarded, Bruges might impress me but I didn't, so it doesn't. :)



:thumbsup:
#20
Adnan786
whats better brussels or lille?


Lille is one of the most depressing places I've ever been to and I've travelled quite a bit ... Brussels is a little bit better, but not much more.

As the poster above said ..... Brugge is the place to go :thumbsup: it's beautiful and I highly recommend it
#21
badgerman2
If I grew up on a farm, and was retarded

Too late now for the first one, but right on track for the second
#22
Here is the web site for travel on Belgium trains and buses

http://www.b-rail.be/nat-r/E/

If your intending on using public transport you may wish to purchase an 8 euro travel ticket, this will allow you 10 journeys or multi journeys (if under 1 hour) on the trams and buses, they're available from main line railway stations also from bus stations, you insert the ticket into the yellow machines on the trams and buses and you've paid!
#23
badgerman2
I grew up in Dublin. I love Dublin. If I grew up on a farm, and was retarded, Bruges might impress me but I didn't, so it doesn't. :)


What'ya talkin' about?
#24
Thanks for this, great timing - I was just about to book the eurostar for Christmas when I thought I'd better check hukd on the off chance there were any offers, and here it was! Saved a lot of money. Excellent!
#25
mafia
they are the passwords, but it doesn't work out that cheap, it doesn't include hotel..


OMG you expected 2 returns on Eurostar AND hotel for £90 !!!!
#26
great offer but unfortunatley i have a boy of 6 and eurostar dont do the offer for 3 ...but to who ever books up , have a great trip , paris is fantastic city .
#27
leritz
Where is MRS from? As if she is from the commonwealth countries, she will be OK!


She has Indian passport , and has Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK. But from reading the France Visa site, looks like she will need a Visa
#28
gregshukla
Too late now for the first one, but right on track for the second


Calm down, calm down. It's a quote from a film.

Yes Bruges is indeed a beautiful city, and well worth a visit. the gay beer is nice, too. :thumbsup:
#29
Was looking for a good deal on the eurostar, thanks for posting
#30
excellent :) heat added
#31
Anyone know where I can find a cheap hotel in Paris for a couple of nights?
#32
martymoose
Anyone know where I can find a cheap hotel in Paris for a couple of nights?


yup and me :)
#33
There's something wrong with the website. Whenever I try to book any date London to Paris it gives me this error:


Please check the following information:

* For the route chosen, you will need to book your ticket (London to Paris) separately from your ticket (Paris to Paris). You can book both tickets on Eurostar.com .


It doesn't make sense.
#34
martymoose
Anyone know where I can find a cheap hotel in Paris for a couple of nights?


Just got 2tickets to Paris before Xmas!!! Always hoping to take Eurostar to Paris than getting on a plane :-D I am going to book the hotels from Booking.com. Make sure you check out the reviews!!
#35
scotta67
great offer but unfortunatley i have a boy of 6 and eurostar dont do the offer for 3 ...but to who ever books up , have a great trip , paris is fantastic city .


If he sits on your lap comfortably (you and him!) it's free ... they say up to 4 years old but if he's fortunate enough to look young I'd imagine you wouldn't get asked about it ...
#36
Hmm wonder what the prices are for traveling Wed 18th Nov - 19th nov to Paris for playoff France vs ireland. Anyone who's registered care to check??
#37
Managed to get pretty reasonably priced tickets going after work on a Friday and coming back late Sunday to Brussels 2 weeks before Christmas. Girlfriend has always wanted to go to the Xmas markets.:santa:

Added a hotel which is the 5* Radisson Blu in the centre for £200 each. Not bad considering hotel choice and time we are going.

Thanks for posting this and all the codes. :thumbsup:
#38
Thanks for posting this, and the answers.
#39
leritz
Where is MRS from? As if she is from the commonwealth countries, she will be OK!


Does not make a difference whether or not you are from a commonwealth country - this makes no difference in relation to access to EU countries
#40
Hi - In reply to a Q above, I've booked this and you can book for three people. And in the terms and conds it says that children travel as adults in this offer.

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