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London to Paris/Brussels - £29.00 on Eurostar each way

£29.00 @ Eurostar
This is a lucrative deal in which it will allow you to travel to Paris or Brussels between 01/07 and 31/08 for just £29. Travel between 6 June and 31 August i.e between 01/06 and 31/08 - AR03 Read More
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This is a lucrative deal in which it will allow you to travel to Paris or Brussels between 01/07 and 31/08 for just £29.

Travel between 6 June and 31 August
i.e between 01/06 and 31/08
- AR03
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19 Likes #1
Good deal. But lucrative means making a big profit, not making a big saving.
3 Likes #2
Plus it's a bit misleading as you can't book a seat for just £29
Based on return journey so minimum cost will be FROM £58
1 Like #3
Lucrative deal.
1 Like #4
gay paree a wish....
#5
M_z
Good deal. But lucrative means making a big profit, not making a big saving.


actually it just means profitable, not big profit
#6
japes
Plus it's a bit misleading as you can't book a seat for just £29
Based on return journey so minimum cost will be FROM £58

cant travel one way? e.g. on to paris then to somewhere else?
#7
golo83
japes
Plus it's a bit misleading as you can't book a seat for just £29
Based on return journey so minimum cost will be FROM £58

cant travel one way? e.g. on to paris then to somewhere else?


The headline price is "based on return journey", IE, a one way ticket would cost more than £29.
Not saying it's a bad price but there's no way of only paying £29
1 Like #8
Heat.Sink
M_z
Good deal. But lucrative means making a big profit, not making a big saving.
actually it just means profitable, not big profit
No it doesn't: if you did a £10000 business deal and made £100 profit on it, it wouldn't be correct to say it was lucrative deal would it? Would you fancy telling Alan Sugar that? No.
#9
Ludicrous
1 Like #10
do i need bring my passport when travel to fr?
banned 1 Like #11
watcher456
Lucrative deal.

ofc it is, many just either miss the point or know its hated on here (smoking) so dont bring it up,

brussels is in belguim and all belguim tabacco tax is fix over the whole state, all of with is much much cheaper then the uk, at about 50% of better if your fine with own brands, tho still cloches are cheaper when counting £58 total, but ya time its money to some people and the eurostar and direct to brussels is much much faster,

that would be where the lucrative is for those complaining about it, if or not this gets pass the mods, and if or not this is get hated, its still a FACT

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reply to passport, yes you need it to go outside of the uk or GB more to the point, was you dont for wales of soctland, you need it for ireland tho

Edited By: wi12 on May 12, 2017 21:30
#12
great deal. may book thanks. :3
1 Like #13
£120 for 2 people. still hurts me if I'm honest
#14
JC1997
do i need bring my passport when travel to fr?


If you're a British citizen, yes. Valid passport required.
1 Like #15
JC1997
do i need bring my passport when travel to fr?
Have u even travelled outside U.K.? Doesn't matter how..exact same requirements apply.. plane, train, ship, walk..
#16
qwerta369
JC1997
do i need bring my passport when travel to fr?
If you're a British citizen, yes. Valid passport required.

travelsport
JC1997
do i need bring my passport when travel to fr?
Have u even travelled outside U.K.? Doesn't matter how..exact same requirements apply.. plane, train, ship, walk..

oh thanks guys, i mailed my passport to renew, thats why i asked :)
#17
japes
lindus
gay paree a wish....


better than gay purée


What's gay purée? Care to elaborate?
#18
Eurostar taking a big hit with bad situation in both Paris and Brussels. Travel to these 2 cities at your own risk.
#19
They give you the absolutely worst times to travel. be prepared to leave early morning and return on the noon train. waste of a day.
2 Likes #20
wi12
watcher456
Lucrative deal.
ofc it is, many just either miss the point or know its hated on here (smoking) so dont bring it up,
brussels is in belguim and all belguim tabacco tax is fix over the whole state, all of with is much much cheaper then the uk, at about 50% of better if your fine with own brands, tho still cloches are cheaper when counting £58 total, but ya time its money to some people and the eurostar and direct to brussels is much much faster,
that would be where the lucrative is for those complaining about it, if or not this gets pass the mods, and if or not this is get hated, its still a FACT
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reply to passport, yes you need it to go outside of the uk or GB more to the point, was you dont for wales of soctland, you need it for ireland tho

I can't agree or disagree with you (or hate as you childishly put it) because I can hardly understand what you are saying. Try English. What is cloches?
#21
Great deal. Shame theyre 2 of the very few cities I am avoiding for obvious reasons.

Edited By: jimbo1976 on May 12, 2017 23:17
2 Likes #22
Proj
Eurostar taking a big hit with bad situation in both Paris and Brussels. Travel to these 2 cities at your own risk.

Christ mate. They've been doing this offer for years. Paris and Brussels are safe. Relax.
2 Likes #23
BadCredit
They give you the absolutely worst times to travel. be prepared to leave early morning and return on the noon train. waste of a day.

I'm leaving early morning Sat, and leaving late afternoon Sun. Couldn't ask for better timing. Bargain at £58; my Uber ride return to and from King's Cross will be almost the same amount.


Edited By: benjai on May 13, 2017 00:24
#24
benjai
BadCredit
They give you the absolutely worst times to travel. be prepared to leave early morning and return on the noon train. waste of a day.

I'm leaving early morning Sat, and leaving late afternoon Sun. Couldn't ask for better timing. Bargain at £58; my Uber ride return to and from King's Cross will be almost the same amount.



Hope that it works well for you.
#25
BadCredit
They give you the absolutely worst times to travel. be prepared to leave early morning and return on the noon train. waste of a day.

So you prefer to travel late night and return early in the morning? Waste of night!

You better stick with your local pub then.
2 Likes #26
Proj
Eurostar taking a big hit with bad situation in both Paris and Brussels. Travel to these 2 cities at your own risk.
If you are genuinely to scared to go to PARIS then you should just lock yourself in a padded room and never leave your house.
#27
this is a regular offer they run. I travel regularly between London and Brussels and have grabbed seats on this offer a few times.
#28
Got six for Ebay thanks X)X)X)
#29
rodman
BadCredit
They give you the absolutely worst times to travel. be prepared to leave early morning and return on the noon train. waste of a day.

So you prefer to travel late night and return early in the morning? Waste of night!

You better stick with your local pub then.


early morning means an overnight hotel stay in London. You have to get there well before departure time.
If your train leaves at noon, you have to be there 45 to 60 minutes before departure.
it means that the last day of your break is cut short.
But hey, pub sounds good too!
#30
Excellent deal! Thanks OP
Now need someone to go with... Anyone up for a trip to romantic Paris for couple of days with this nice fella?
:)
1 Like #31
urinthematrix
Excellent deal! Thanks OP
Now need someone to go with... Anyone up for a trip to romantic Paris for couple of days with this nice fella?:)
Normally my romance with nice fellas starts and ends up Hampstead Heath, but the missus is away for a week at her Mum's so why not. PM me.
#32
How is it lucrative?
#33
Our promotion is now over ?

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