London-Paris £9 each way Coach Tickets with Eurolines - HotUKDeals
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Book by Thur 26 April to travel by coach to Paris from London and back for £9 each way (£18 return) with Eurolines*, between Sat 3 March and Sat 28 April 2012. Availability of £9 tickets is limited, so go quick if you want one. Tickets must be booked at least 48 hours before travel.

Routes included: London Victoria to Paris Eurolines coach station.
How to book: Register on the Eurolines* website then search for your ticket. You can have it sent as an e-ticket (free), by post (£1) or collect it at a coach station (50p).
Book by: Thur 26 April 2012.
Travel dates: Sat 3 March - Sat 28 April 2012 excluding Thur 29 March - Mon 9 April (which covers the Easter weekend).
Any restrictions? Excludes the 10.30pm departure from London. Luggage allowance is two medium cases per person up to 30kg in total.

If you're elsewhere in the UK, National Express offer return coach travel to London for £15 when you buy it at the same time. Yet check if your route's cheaper via the likes of Megabus before booking.

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#2
Any cheap good hostels?
#3
Blimey, that's cheap 8)
#4
Blimey....it's cheap...but how long would it take to get there?
#5
hot...thanks :)
#6
Prefer Eurostar? X)
#7
How long is the journey!?
1 Like #8
Do you get an oar?
5 Likes #9
Good price. It'd probably cost me more to actually get to London.
#10
Depending on the route.. google says 271 miles :P
5 Likes #11
chuichi
How long is the journey!?
3 weeks!
banned#12
buybuybuy
Prefer Eurostar? X)


Yes, in theory.... but at what price?
(_;)
#13
Thats cheap. Added some heat:)
#14
between 8.5 and 10 hours
#15
PLEASE ANY DEALS FOR EURO STAR AND HOTEL I NEED TO GO IN JUNE
#16
Cool. Any idea on the travel time?
1 Like #17
some people will do anything for a deal...8-10 hours on a coach for me is not one of those things, plus if you live away from London itll cost more to get there than to Paris
#18
only 6.5 and 7.5 hours back. Odd

You could get night coach, spend day in paris then get night coach back

Edited By: davidian84 on Mar 06, 2012 14:51
#19
Do they go on the ferry or through the tunnel?
#20
mebzz
Blimey....it's cheap...but how long would it take to get there?


Departs From To Arrives* Changes Fares from*
08:00 LONDON (Victoria Coach Station) Paris (Gallieni), France 16:30 0 £10.00

Best part of the day on the coach oO Eurostar suddenly seems a much better option !
#21
Even if someone will pay me I will not go with a bus to Paris. Done it once in my life and it was horrible.

ONLY Eurostar.
#22
Great deal, but not sure I could sit on a coach for that long.
#23
choice4
PLEASE ANY DEALS FOR EURO STAR AND HOTEL I NEED TO GO IN JUNE

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/eurostar-tickets-paris-brussels-for-69-eurostar-1160689
1 Like #24
9hrs! Almost the same as Eurostar :)


Embarkation Stops for service EU122 Departure / arrival
Leaving LONDON (Victoria Coach Station) Departs: 12:00
Dover (ferry port) Departs: 13:45
Departs: 17:30
Departs: 19:00
Arrive Paris (Gallieni), France Arrives: 21:15

Arriving 3hr 45m early to Dover Port is what makes it so long. What a waste. Bet they have a deal to get you to the terminal so you sit about and spend money!
1 Like #25
Went on a coach to Paris ages ago, never again. Far too long.
#26
alwatson
Good price. It'd probably cost me more to actually get to London.



AdamDT
some people will do anything for a deal...8-10 hours on a coach for me is not one of those things, plus if you live away from London itll cost more to get there than to Paris


says £15 from anywhere to London with National Express (at the bottom of the post) - but for £9 you get what you pay for ............... i don't suppose its a high speed intercity X)
#27
Retro89
Went on a coach to Paris ages ago, never again. Far too long.


Couldn't agree more.
#28
Buses will replace Eurostar trains due to technical fault.
1 Like #29
Only really a deal if you don't put any value on your time.
6 Likes #30
Whats this? People from HUKD going to Paris? Pack a few extra pennies and one of your stale Chocolate Oranges in your bum bag because you tight fists will cry at the prices!
#31
Travelled by coach to Paris once when I was in school.
Even with 40 other kids/friends and a crap load of sweets - it wasn't worth it. Way too long
1 Like #32
Voted hot because you can't argue with the price. But it's not for me I'm afraid - I think my days of sitting on coaches for hours are over!
#33
8-10 hours is actually OK...
I once travelled on Megabus from London to Glasgow and that was something like 12 hours!!!
#34
texan
Travelled by coach to Paris once when I was in school.
Even with 40 other kids/friends and a crap load of sweets - it wasn't worth it. Way too long



Not as bad as my school, we travelled to Brussels and then Amsterdam by coach!!!
3 Likes #35
whitbyfish
Do you get an oar?

try Montmartre after 5pm
#36
chuichi
texan
Travelled by coach to Paris once when I was in school.
Even with 40 other kids/friends and a crap load of sweets - it wasn't worth it. Way too long



Not as bad as my school, we travelled to Brussels and then Amsterdam by coach!!!


I can beat that. We travelled to Germany via coach once !! And of course someone had diarrhea and someone else puked. Not fun !
#37
How long is the journey ? And can go on a Friday and stay the weekend ...
comeback sunday night ??

Anyone knw any good Eurostar deals ? Pls share

Edited By: HJboss on Mar 06, 2012 16:13
#38
That's highly irritating! I gave up trying to find a cheap fare from France back to the UK so had to book an airmiles flight - this would have been perfect!
#39
excellent deal, quicker than Eurostar after yesterday's fiasco!!
1 Like #40
Moozalic
Whats this? People from HUKD going to Paris? Pack a few extra pennies and one of your stale Chocolate Oranges in your bum bag because you tight fists will cry at the prices!


Actually, I went to Paris for Valentine's Day (thanks to a deal from MSE) and didn't spend anything I didn't think was reasonable. If you go to a tourist destination, expect to be charged tourist prices unless you're a bit smart about where you go. It's the same in London, and I live in the middle of it.

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