£25 Eurostar Credit for £5 @ Travelzoo
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£25 Eurostar Credit for £5 @ Travelzoo

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Found 13th Jul 2016
Travel to Europe for less with this exclusive offer from Eurostar. For just £5, Travelzoo members can get a £25 voucher to spend on any booking.

The voucher can be redeemed against journeys to any destination on the Eurostar network, including Paris, Brussels, Geneva** and Amsterdam**

Fares are currently available for travel until December, 2016 -- including the beginning of the Christmas-market season

You can use the voucher yourself, or buy as a gift*

NB: "voucher must be redeemed and travel booked by 20 July, 2016"
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Heat added. Unfortunately already booked for Paris so no good for me. Shame cannot use on refreshments
Needs to be redeemed and booked by 20th July 2016.
so if i buy 3 vouchers, can i use each code on the same booking as long as there are 3 people on my booking?)
spicy_gal

so if i buy 3 vouchers, can i use each code on the same booking as long … so if i buy 3 vouchers, can i use each code on the same booking as long as there are 3 people on my booking?)



Once reservations have been made, bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable. There is no limit to the number of vouchers you can buy but only one voucher may be used per reservation. Additional vouchers may also be purchased as gifts. Cannot be combined with any other offer. No cash value or cash back. Eurostar reserves the right to withdraw the offer and cancel bookings that do not adhere to the offer terms and conditions. Prices quoted are based on the maximum value of the items included in the package at time of publication. The photos displayed are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of the package. If you experience any difficulties booking, please contact our Customer Service team for assistance at support_uk@travelzoo.com. Hide terms

would of purchased this but not booking until end of month. heat added.
Single there. Single back. order 2 vouchers?
Can you make two seperate bookings for each way, and use one voucher for each direction of travel?

Edit
Just read on Travel zoo:
Please note: All bookings must be for a return journey. Vouchers must be redeemed and travel must be booked by 20 July, 2016."
Edited by: "g-diddy" 13th Jul 2016
Try Eurostar Snap. Flat £25 each way - only caveat is you don't know the exact time of departure, only AM or PM.
ruch182

Try Eurostar Snap. Flat £25 each way - only caveat is you don't know the … Try Eurostar Snap. Flat £25 each way - only caveat is you don't know the exact time of departure, only AM or PM.


When do you find out? Straight after you book?
Do I need a visa?
arjun311

Do I need a visa?



​What is your Status?
Seems rather expensive compared to easyjet who do return to paris for £89 where the train wants £250 on most of the dates in July / August.
arjun311

Do I need a visa?



They also accept MasterCard
booper

Single there. Single back. order 2 vouchers?



Would that work?
Gollywood

​What is your Status?


Brexit is my status
texan

Would that work?


Please note: All bookings must be for a return journey. Vouchers must be redeemed and travel must be booked by 20 July, 2016.
Gollywood

​What is your Status?



​Single
Just bought one and already used for my trip in October for Paris Motorshow.Thank you.
arjun311

​Single



​I guessed that....
tomwenn

When do you find out? Straight after you book?


Yes. You should know within 10 minutes of booking - they email the ticket to you and then you find out your times.
arjun311

Do I need a visa?


Not yet.but soon thanks to young and intelligent.
hostime

Yes. You should know within 10 minutes of booking - they email the ticket … Yes. You should know within 10 minutes of booking - they email the ticket to you and then you find out your times.



That be interesting that .....
speric07

They also accept MasterCard


LOL!!
GodDave

would of purchased this but not booking until end of month. heat added.


Would have*
bigjeremy

Seems rather expensive compared to easyjet who do return to paris for £89 … Seems rather expensive compared to easyjet who do return to paris for £89 where the train wants £250 on most of the dates in July / August.


Rather is an understatement! Even considering that you probably waste more time in customs when flying, unless you live near the airport or train station when you fly or go by train, so you're going to have to pay car parking charges, what exactly are the advantages of the train? One of my friends had his credit cards and money stolen on the train, apparently this is not uncommon
jasee

Rather is an understatement! Even considering that you probably waste … Rather is an understatement! Even considering that you probably waste more time in customs when flying, unless you live near the airport or train station when you fly or go by train, so you're going to have to pay car parking charges, what exactly are the advantages of the train? One of my friends had his credit cards and money stolen on the train, apparently this is not uncommon



Being robbed on a train is not uncommon huh??! Wow - thats quite a statement... Perhaps your friend is a bit of a dick who should take more care of hos stuff...?

Eurostar is a better option than sleazyjet... A very good price if you book in advance and less chance of being sat next to some fat bloke with sinus issues... And if you are, you just move...

Eurostar every time... Hot deal
If anyone books please can you clarify the last bookable date? Is it 30th Nov (which Is why it says 'until Dec 2016') ?
If comparing this method of travel with flying, for many of us it costs more just to get to the Eurostar terminal from home than it costs to fly directly to the European destination from home. In other words it's of little benefit unless you live close by.
thanks op
L_Tee

If anyone books please can you clarify the last bookable date? Is it 30th … If anyone books please can you clarify the last bookable date? Is it 30th Nov (which Is why it says 'until Dec 2016') ?



There is no restriction on the vouchers. However, Eurostar release tickets for sale 6 months in advance, so you wouldn't be able to book anything for after December.

Edited by: "llywmog" 14th Jul 2016
tomwenn

When do you find out? Straight after you book?



For Eurostar Snap - you find out 2 days before travel. I'm travelling to Paris this Sunday, I should hear tomorrow. Obviously it won't be ideal if we get a 5am departure, but saving £200+ (2 people travelling) is very much worth it.
Can you use these vouchers to pay for a Eurostar Snap booking?
Can you use this for the journeys where you take your car on the train?
Original Poster
umirza85

Can you use this for the journeys where you take your car on the train?



That's called Eurotunnel. Same same, but different.
Daywalker04

That's called Eurotunnel. Same same, but different.


Alright, thanks. Was looking to drive over for a day at the end of this month to pick up someone from CDG.
Nice, but a £20 saving is a drop in the ocean compared to the overall cost of a European holiday now, thanks to all the scumbags who voted to destroy our currency's value.
Can you stack and buy in bulk for 1 booking?
dxx

Nice, but a £20 saving is a drop in the ocean compared to the overall … Nice, but a £20 saving is a drop in the ocean compared to the overall cost of a European holiday now, thanks to all the scumbags who voted to destroy our currency's value.


Personally I'm loving the control we've regained from Brussels, it's really made a big difference in my life. Even the devaluation is great, now fewer of us will be tempted to visit Johny Foreigner.
I personally love traveling with Eurostar! I won't travel to Paris any other way! I paid £56 return from London St. Pancras to Gare du Nord! Just book in advance

How to book: Your Travelzoo voucher will contain a unique voucher code, … How to book: Your Travelzoo voucher will contain a unique voucher code, which must be redeemed on the Eurostar website. Once redeemed, you will receive an email containing your £25 Eurostar voucher, which can be used against any booking made on the Eurostar website.



So does that mean:
1) buy the Travelzoo voucher for £5
2) go to Eurostar website and book a return journey as usual and input the TravelZoo voucher code at checkout
3) get £25 off the ticket price at Eurostar checkout
OR
1) buy the Travelzoo voucher for £5
2) go to Eurostar website and book a return journey as usual and input the TravelZoo voucher code at checkout
3) get an email for £25 off the ticket price at Eurostar for your NEXT purchase?
OR
1) buy the Travelzoo voucher for £5
2) go to Eurostar website and book a return journey as usual and input the TravelZoo voucher code at checkout
3) get an email for £25 off the ticket price at Eurostar for your CURRENT bookings? (now sure how to retroactively apply a voucher, but ok!)
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