Eurostar doing £58 return journeys to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais
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Eurostar doing £58 return journeys to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais

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Found 27th Apr
Tickets at this fare are only available for travel (according to your local departure time) between midday and midnight on a Monday; anytime on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday; and between midday and midnight on a Saturday. The £29 advertised one-way fare is based on a £58 return journey.
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For Standard and Standard Premier bookings made over the phone or at the station, the service fee is £10 per transaction.
To avoid paying the service fee, just use eurostar.com or the Eurostar app to make and manage bookings.
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Depending on availability or is this always purchasable?
Messiah3 m ago

Depending on availability or is this always purchasable?


Fare Availability
Tickets go on sale between 138 and 190 days before departure. We price the tickets on our trains based on demand and availability, with cheaper tickets often selling out quickest.
Think it is their standard pricing.
Edited by: "Toffee82" 27th Apr
Good for a bacca and beer run
Tazer_16 h, 2 m ago

Good for a bacca and beer run



It was until about 10 years ago . Long gone are the days of £2.50 for a 50g pouch of Golden Virginia in Adinkerke. Great whilst it lasted

Heat added .
Edited by: "darren9030" 1st May
Why don’t they just tell you the dates for these deals - it would make it a whole lot easier to find?
cannot see the £58 offers
worthlessacorn126 m ago

Can’t see any £58 after an hour of searc


oh dear so sorry. I did sept and fares popped up straight away.
darren90301st May

It was until about 10 years ago . Long gone are the days of £2.50 for a …It was until about 10 years ago . Long gone are the days of £2.50 for a 50g pouch of Golden Virginia in Adinkerke. Great whilst it lasted Heat added .


still cheaper than in the uk, £9 compared to £21, if you smoke a pouch a week it doesn't take much to make a massive saving.
but relatively speaking its the same kind of savings around 50% or so, when baccy was £2.50 there it was £5 or £6 here
Edited by: "eset12345" 3rd May
eset123453rd May

still cheaper than in the uk, £9 compared to £21, if you smoke a pouch a w …still cheaper than in the uk, £9 compared to £21, if you smoke a pouch a week it doesn't take much to make a massive saving.but relatively speaking its the same kind of savings around 50% or so, when baccy was £2.50 there it was £5 or £6 here



Absolutely true. I gave up a couple of years ago though so wouldn't be worth it on my part.
Still £140 for 2 people to go return to Bruges by Eurostar or £67 on ferry plus petrol from London.

No brainer, I'd like to go by train and not push out toxic CO2, but prices still dont stack up
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