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Not my find, but taken from Travelzoo weekly email:

Yes, it's real: For a limited time, Eurostar is offering two return tickets to Paris, Brussels or Lille for a total of just £58! That's half the usual lowest rate.

Departing from Ashford International to Paris or from Ebbsfleet International to either Paris, Brussels or Lille, you can travel to the continent until 31 August.

Youll need to book this offer before 31 May, and it's already selling incredibly quickly -- we found the best availability on midweek departures. Book your tickets at least 14 days prior to departure, but not more than 120 days prior to the return travel date.

Hope this helps! Click the link to take you to the page to book!
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#1
Shame its not for London departures, but a hot deal for those near Kent!
#2
Is Lille the station for Disneyland :thinking:
#3
Nope, the train goes directly to a Disney station on certain services.
banned#4
Been to Paris twice and cant sing its praises enough. Admittedly I did go both times in August when half the parisiens had left the capital for the south. Seemed very quiet, clean and friendly in direct contrast to London which is quite the opposite.

Is Lille or Brussels worth a visit?

Is Ebbsfleet in Kent?
banned#5
Just tried and cheapest ticket I could find was £42 per person - EACH WAY!
#6
av_raje
Is Lille the station for Disneyland :thinking:


No it's not but you can get a connecting train from Lille to Disney or go to Paris and there are trains on the RER service that go there.

Lille and Brussels are both well worth a weekend visit. The station at Lille is across the road from a big shopping centre with lots of bars and restaurants nearby. If you want to book somewhere to stay you can try Accorhotels via Quidco for 6%.
I got a night in the All Seasons in Lille for 2 of us in August incl Breakfast for £44 for the room

You can also book this deal by going to [url]www.eurostar.com/2for1[/url] and putting in the password Paris - booking is until 31/05 for travel between 06/05 and 31/08. Oh and you can do this through Quidco too for a few pennies back (only 2% I think)
#7
Thank you Online and topbanana2803 for your replies. :thumbsup: Hope they do a deal for the Disneyland route as well, before August :)
#8
csiman
Been to Paris twice and cant sing its praises enough. Admittedly I did go both times in August when half the parisiens had left the capital for the south. Seemed very quiet, clean and friendly in direct contrast to London which is quite the opposite.

Is Lille or Brussels worth a visit?

Is Ebbsfleet in Kent?


yup, nr bluewater
#9
This is the same offer for the Ebbsfleet voucher 2 for 1.....I booked mines yesterday :thumbsup: Went through Quidco too,and got £5 validated cashback too.

Ashford to Paris 14th July - 22nd July x 1 adults single
07:25 - 10:17
01h52m
direct Eurostar £29.00

In the terms? What voucher? I know you need 1 for the Bluewater offer,but did'nt think so with this :?
be United Kingdom residents and must be in possession of a relevant promotional voucher published in one of the following newspapers:[TBC].
#10
csiman
Been to Paris twice and cant sing its praises enough. Admittedly I did go both times in August when half the parisiens had left the capital for the south. Seemed very quiet, clean and friendly in direct contrast to London which is quite the opposite.

Is Lille or Brussels worth a visit?

Is Ebbsfleet in Kent?


Lille is lovely - really quaint, interesting and def worth a visit
#11
:thumbsup:
csiman
Been to Paris twice and cant sing its praises enough. Admittedly I did go both times in August when half the parisiens had left the capital for the south. Seemed very quiet, clean and friendly in direct contrast to London which is quite the opposite.

Is Lille or Brussels worth a visit?

Is Ebbsfleet in Kent?

Would definately recommend Brussels , especially the area around the Heysel Metro Station. You have the Heysel Stadium , Atomium & Mini Europe all within walking distance . Kids will love Mini Europe & the Theme Park next to it - The name of which escapes me now but well worth a visit. The Manekin Pis just off Grand Place is also worth a peek but don't expect anything big !
banned#12
Anyone know if there are any dates left as I click on the link and after putting in lots of different dates get a very expensive price. cheapest is £168 for two!
#13
csiman
Anyone know if there are any dates left as I click on the link and after putting in lots of different dates get a very expensive price. cheapest is £168 for two!



When do you want to go?, I can get lots of dates up but depends where to and when
banned#14
topbanana2803;2095825
When do you want to go?, I can get lots of dates up but depends where to and when

found some now thanks but it seems you need to select a very early departure so no good for me as I live 2-3 hours drive from ashford.
#15
Any deals for cheaper hotels in paris in the mid of july?

Everything I have searched seems to be very expensive :-(
#16
If you book to Brussels you also get free travel onwards within Belgium. Would definititely recommend going onto Bruges. One of the best cities I have ever visited (although probably wouldn't go for more than three days, it is quite small!)
#17
Anyone got any suggestions or recommendations for cheap hotels in Paris?
#18
hostelworld.com normally have cover for cheap hotels as well
#19
would give Brussels itself a miss. good offer though for paris and lille tho cheers:thumbsup:
#20
av_raje
Is Lille the station for Disneyland :thinking:


If you want Disneyland you can always go to Gare Du Nord and go on to Disneyland from there. Its only about 45 minutes journey by rail. Doing it this way you can get to Disneyland before the direct Eurostar Disneyland service if time is crucial ie a day trip.
#21
Both Brussels and Lille offer endless supplies of the BEST chocolate with many shops offering free tasters - and they're not stingy with the samples. A side trip (probably by bus) to the Waterloo battlefield would also definitely be worth doing.
#22
Just checking out the accorhotels.com site again for Paris and it looks like Ibis are doing a pretty good deal on some rooms at the moment. They do a rate of 49euros for some rooms/dates that works out at £38.71 for the room if booked 30 days in advance. Not the best chain in the world but not awful imo. Quidco offers 3% too

Look for rooms with the Happy 30 logo next to the hotel description
#23
topbanana2803
Just checking out the accorhotels.com site again for Paris and it looks like Ibis are doing a pretty good deal on some rooms at the moment. They do a rate of 49euros for some rooms/dates that works out at £38.71 for the room if booked 30 days in advance. Not the best chain in the world but not awful imo. Quidco offers 3% too

Look for rooms with the Happy 30 logo next to the hotel description


Thanks

By the way, which part of Paris would be the best part to stay (that is around 49 EUR per night)?

The accorr site splits them into North, East, South, West and Centre.

Which part is nearest to the Eurostar station if any
#24
Anyone found a way to get to this deal via the quidco link for 4% cashback?
#25
Thanks OP ... H & R added ... wonderful deal ..
Paris booked for the bank holiday august only £58 for the two .... Anyone know of nice hotel deals in the city ??? Do not mind a bit away as well till its near a metro or train station ...
#26
SanjayShetty
Thanks OP ... H & R added ... wonderful deal ..
Paris booked for the bank holiday august only £58 for the two .... Anyone know of nice hotel deals in the city ??? Do not mind a bit away as well till its near a metro or train station ...



look 3 posts above yours
#27
ukbondraider;2098803
Thanks

By the way, which part of Paris would be the best part to stay (that is around 49 EUR per night)?

The accorr site splits them into North, East, South, West and Centre.
Which part is nearest to the Eurostar station if any

Eurostar comes into the Gare du Nord (north). A lot of the hotels around there do rooms 'by the hour' if you get my drift!!
#28
Thanks Bogart. Gare Du Nord :thinking: Both me and my husband are weak in Geography and not very travel savvy. So we would like a train that takes us to the door of Disneyland:roll:

I am hoping to go in August. At the moment Eurostar shows £332 for the Bank holiday weekend for 2 adults 1 kid. Forward on saturday and return on Monday. Will this come down, go up or get sold out. Any ideas to get these tickets cheap will be much appreciated. Thanks.
banned#29
Just tried numerous searches from ashford to paris in august and can't locate anything even approaching these prices.
#30
Does anyone know if this deal works with children?
#31
mebsy;2107048
Does anyone know if this deal works with children?

I booked my children as adults,as in the terms below :thumbsup: this is cheaper than the normal kids rate too
11. There are no promotional reductions for children who must travel at the adult rate under this promotion or refer to Eurostar points of sale for child fares.

http://www.eurostar.com/UK/uk/leisure/latest_deals/2for1_essex/2for1/terms_and_conditions.jsp
#32
What a great offer. I have just booked 4 tickets for myself, partner and two children for £116 return! how brilliant is that. So we now have a week in Versaille in August... cheapest holiday i have ever booked!:-D
#33
Does any one know that where can we get the promotional voucher which the Ts&Cs for this offer mention:

2. To be eligible to buy tickets under this promotion applicants must be aged 18 or over, be United Kingdom residents and must be in possession of a relevant promotional voucher published in one of the following newspapers:[TBC].


I have booked two tickets to paris at the promotional price but I do not have any voucher :thinking:
#34
hotscot
I booked my children as adults,as in the terms below :thumbsup: this is cheaper than the normal kids rate too
11. There are no promotional reductions for children who must travel at the adult rate under this promotion or refer to Eurostar points of sale for child fares.

http://www.eurostar.com/UK/uk/leisure/latest_deals/2for1_essex/2for1/terms_and_conditions.jsp


I believe this only applies to children above four years of age. Our baby is only 18 months old so, I think there is no ticket charge for him and we can carry the baby in our lap.
#35
kaku_lala
I believe this only applies to children above four years of age. Our baby is only 18 months old so, I think there is no ticket charge for him and we can carry the baby in our lap.


This is what the booking page says about ticket charges for kids under 4 years of age:
They're only small so kids under 4 don't need a ticket, just pop them onto your lap.
#36
B[SIZE="4"] Applicants may be asked to produce the original promotional voucher as evidence of their eligibility to book tickets under this promotion.

Eurostar Group Limited and Eurostar (U.K.) Limited reserve the right to refuse to honour any application or to recover the full fare for any booking if it considers there has been an abuse of this promotion or breach of the terms and conditions of this promotion.

[/SIZE]
#37
Cracking deal, shame about weekend availability but definitely hot! :thumbsup:
#38
kaku_lala
Does any one know that where can we get the promotional voucher which the Ts&Cs for this offer mention:

2. To be eligible to buy tickets under this promotion applicants must be aged 18 or over, be United Kingdom residents and must be in possession of a relevant promotional voucher published in one of the following newspapers:[TBC].


I have booked two tickets to paris at the promotional price but I do not have any voucher :thinking:


Can OP or anyone else clarify this?
The fact the newspapers are TBC would suggest to me it is hardly a binding condition.
Plus is it possibly a generic set of conditions?
Where did this offer originate? Was it not a promotional Eurostar newsletter?
#39
I received my tickets today. They have "EUROSTAR PROMOTION" written in bold on top of the tickets.

I need that voucher now, can someone scan and upload it on a image hosting site?
#40
kaku_lala
I received my tickets today. They have "EUROSTAR PROMOTION" written in bold on top of the tickets.

I need that voucher now, can someone scan and upload it on a image hosting site?


Kaku, as I mentioned when posting the deal, I got it from the travelzoo website. Check this link - no mention of a voucher - although I appreciate what your saying about the T&Cs. Still says the newspaper is TBC though....

http://uk.cheap-flights.travelzoo.com/european-flights/409680

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