Eurostar Flash Sale - Paris, Lille, Brussels AND MORE from £29 one way
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Eurostar Flash Sale - Paris, Lille, Brussels AND MORE from £29 one way

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Found 8th Mar 2016
Eurostar Sale starts today (8th March). Details below.

- London St Pancras, Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International to Paris, Lille or Brussels for £58 return. Usual cheapest advance fare is £72 return off peak.

- Tickets are booked as singles for £29 each way in Standard class.

- There are 32,000 £29 one way tickets from London – Paris, and 32,000 vice versa, 25,000 £29 one way tickets from London to Brussels/Lille/Calais and 25,000 vice versa, and 25,000 £34.50 one way tickets from London to ANY Belgian station and 25,000 vice versa. Also offered is a £37 one way ticket to any French station.

- Book from 8 to 21 March 2016 (inclusive), for a trip between 21 March and 2 June 2016 (inclusive, with blackout dates). When the available tickets run out, the promotion ends.

- Best availability will be on off-peak Monday - Thursday bookings, with more limited availability on weekends. So if you are looking for a weekend away, you'll need to get in quick - tickets will be scarce on Monday mornings, Fridays, Saturday afternoons and Sundays.

- Kids tickets are NOT in the sale and are at normal price - for those with young'uns, Under 4's travel free and 4-11 year olds are from £51 return.

- You MUST book via the Eurostar desktop site. Offer is not available when purchasing through the Eurostar app or the Eurostar mobile site.

- There are also discounted tickets to Lyon (£80 return) Avignon (£90) and Marseille (£90), these are booked as a return and not two singles.

- Your Eurostar tickets get you two for one entry to a number of decent museums in Paris and Brussels - full details here: eurostar.com/uk-…or1

- If you have a Platinum American Express card, you get FREE lounge access (where available) for you and a travelling companion.

Happy travels!

58 Comments

Thanks

Hot if you don't have kids.

Many thanks OP, made my day

true, but kids are hotter!

Forgive me if i'm wrong - but hasn't it been this price for a few months now?

Paris is such a good city break - don't go with kids though! You could spend a week there and still not see everything... need about 9hrs to walk around the Louvre alone!
Edited by: "andrewcrowther" 8th Mar 2016

Any hot birds wanna come with me????

1billionpounds

true, but kids are hotter!



Kids are hot? Please wait there while I contact Operation Yewtree.

just got back from my trip to Paris on the Eurostar. great experience and had just the best time. stay at a hotel near the Gare d'nord and you can use the metro to get about for 7 euros a day. heat

1billionpounds

true, but kids are hotter!



​Very well said

Great find, will be booking my trip there tonight! Heat added

Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in Brussels? Any world famous things?

Scotland to London is more expensive, stupid dept of transport.

OB1

So a ticket for a 4 year old costs more than an adult? Bonkers.


No, the op says an adult ticket is £58 return and the child price is £51 return. If you can't get a child ticket for less than the offer price, just book them an adult ticket, I suppose.

onlinejobwork

Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in … Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in Brussels? Any world famous things?



forget history .... chocolate and waffles

Stay near the Grand Square.

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seaniboy

Scotland to London is more expensive, stupid dept of transport.



Under the same general criteria (advance tickets) Scotland to London is both cheaper and a longer distance. Stupid Eurostar.

onlinejobwork

Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in … Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in Brussels? Any world famous things?


Visit the E.U headquarters. We might need visas to enter Europe after Brexit on 23rd June.

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onlinejobwork

Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in … Paris not better than London, I'm interested In Brussels, what to see in Brussels? Any world famous things?



If you think London is better than Paris then I think you're going to struggle to find much of interest in Brussels. About the only thing I liked was the free tour of the EU building. You could spend a day in Brussels then visit anywhere else in Belgium (I like Bruges) for an extra £11 though (or £9.50 if you're under 26 and buy the Brussels-Anywhere in Belgium tickets separately).

jimhalpert

If you think London is better than Paris then I think you're going to … If you think London is better than Paris then I think you're going to struggle to find much of interest in Brussels. About the only thing I liked was the free tour of the EU building. You could spend a day in Brussels then visit anywhere else in Belgium (I like Bruges) for an extra £11 though (or £9.50 if you're under 26 and buy the Brussels-Anywhere in Belgium tickets separately).




jimhalpert

Under the same general criteria (advance tickets) Scotland to London is … Under the same general criteria (advance tickets) Scotland to London is both cheaper and a longer distance. Stupid Eurostar.


Scotland to London ADVANCE on 31/5 to the 2/6 is £130, Eurostar £58 on trainline.. double to get to London, feck off!

Shame, I fancied a Paris visit
Edited by: "seaniboy" 8th Mar 2016

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seaniboy

Scotland to London ADVANCE on 31/5 to the 2/6 is £130, Eurostar £58 on t … Scotland to London ADVANCE on 31/5 to the 2/6 is £130, Eurostar £58 on trainline.. double to get to London, feck off! Shame, I fancied a Paris visit



About the level of intelligence I'd expect from someone using the trainline...

Though on the assumption your sudden outburst was anger at the Department of Transport and not me, there are tickets from Edinburgh to London on the 31st and back on the 2nd for £50. If the specific trains you want aren't included, that's hardly the fault of the DoT.
Edited by: "jimhalpert" 8th Mar 2016

seaniboy

Scotland to London is more expensive, stupid dept of transport.



Paris is nearer London than Scotland is.

89quidyoucantgowrong

No, the op says an adult ticket is £58 return and the child price is £51 r … No, the op says an adult ticket is £58 return and the child price is £51 return. If you can't get a child ticket for less than the offer price, just book them an adult ticket, I suppose.




will that work? booking adult ticket for a child?

intranix

Paris is nearer London than Scotland is.


X country is cheaper to Europe than on the mainland....shambles whilst all these train operating companies rake it in.

jimhalpert

About the level of intelligence I'd expect from someone using the … About the level of intelligence I'd expect from someone using the trainline...Though on the assumption your sudden outburst was anger at the Department of Transport and not me, there are tickets from Edinburgh to London on the 31st and back on the 2nd for £50. If the specific trains you want aren't included, that's hardly the fault of the DoT.


Splitticketing was even more expensive than trainline, Virgin East and West said these days were not available yet.

Anger ? Hardly, frustration in our defragmented private rail *cough* "network" COMPLETELY!

Ah come on.

Booked during the weekend some tickets to Paris for 114£. Those same tickets are now about 58£. Any way to cancel the previous tickets or get some difference back?

seaniboy

Scotland to London ADVANCE on 31/5 to the 2/6 is £130, Eurostar £58 on t … Scotland to London ADVANCE on 31/5 to the 2/6 is £130, Eurostar £58 on trainline.. double to get to London, feck off! Shame, I fancied a Paris visit



Same problem from Cornwall: £120 for those dates. Train fares in UK are a joke, NATIONALISE

Banned

seaniboy

Splitticketing was even more expensive than trainline, Virgin East and … Splitticketing was even more expensive than trainline, Virgin East and West said these days were not available yet.Anger ? Hardly, frustration in our defragmented private rail *cough* "network" COMPLETELY!



Well the £50 tickets I quoted are available on the Virgin trains website, though you keep saying leaving from "Scotland", which isn't a station, so I have no idea what tickets you'd be talking about.

It is a network so I don't know why that's in quotation marks, and I take it you mean fragmented? Neither of which has much bearing on ticket prices anyway.

intranix

Paris is nearer London than Scotland is.


You'd think it would be cheaper to travel around the UK though no
intranix

Paris is nearer London than Scotland is.


The equivalent journey in France (ie distance between Scotland and London) would be about £50 return. Their railway serves the country, not shareholders

89quidyoucantgowrong

No, the op says an adult ticket is £58 return and the child price is £51 r … No, the op says an adult ticket is £58 return and the child price is £51 return. If you can't get a child ticket for less than the offer price, just book them an adult ticket, I suppose.


Oops... Good point.

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neilglover1

You'd think it would be cheaper to travel around the UK though noThe … You'd think it would be cheaper to travel around the UK though noThe equivalent journey in France (ie distance between Scotland and London) would be about £50 return. Their railway serves the country, not shareholders



Why would you think that? In fact, if the often repeated mantra that the UK network is awful while it's amazing on the continent was true, I'd assume it would be cheaper if half the journey takes place within the superior system.

Edinburgh to London return on those dates is £50 return... The assumption that it's significantly cheaper on the continent is not one that is particularly true. In fact, the journeys I make within the UK tend to be cheaper than the journeys I make within France...

Don't see the Amex offer on my cards online or on cardmemberoffers - someone have a link possibly?

Take advantage now as Eurostar will not run from London nor UK when we leave the EU!.
Edited by: "adwils" 8th Mar 2016

Couldn't find an Amex offer to activate in my offers but got a Saturday early morning to Sunday afternoon ticket for £58 as advertised, thanks op

Banned

nice find

Banned

adwils

Take advantage now as Eurostar will not run from London nor UK when we … Take advantage now as Eurostar will not run from London nor UK when we leave the EU!.



There's no logical reason why they wouldn't.

JamesRonaldo

Ah come on. :(Booked during the weekend some tickets to Paris for 114£. … Ah come on. :(Booked during the weekend some tickets to Paris for 114£. Those same tickets are now about 58£. Any way to cancel the previous tickets or get some difference back?



If anyone is in the same situation, customer service has been contacted and there is no way back. Though luck! I will nonetheless still enjoy myself with the gf

neilglover1

You'd think it would be cheaper to travel around the UK though noThe … You'd think it would be cheaper to travel around the UK though noThe equivalent journey in France (ie distance between Scotland and London) would be about £50 return. Their railway serves the country, not shareholders


Exactly, the guy who was running network south east under BR was showing how to do it, he introduced the south east travel card that still covers the region.


Even Scotrail has loads of Abellio signs now, I keep wanting to change it to A Bell end but I'm a responsible adult who does not do damage to others property regardless how tempted I am

adwils

Take advantage now as Eurostar will not run from London nor UK when we … Take advantage now as Eurostar will not run from London nor UK when we leave the EU!.


Of course it will, having sold it as a loss we shareholders will now be taxed on its security to keep it going, Tory idiots.

bought return tickets to brussels. a bit concern about the terrorism there though

neilglover1

Same problem from Cornwall: £120 for those dates. Train fares in UK are a … Same problem from Cornwall: £120 for those dates. Train fares in UK are a joke, NATIONALISE


I paid £197 on the train London to Torquay SINGLE in 2001 and £69 return from EDI to LHR on the first sector...shocking, even my £75 One2One Precept Max for unlimited One2One calls a month...


I'd renationalise BR and do 16 hour contracts on minimum wage for tax credit employees and watch fares drop drop drop, same for alot of government jobs, council tax processing staff get £11+ an hour at my council Most school leavers can be trained that at 1/3 of that per hour to process. We throw money at government depts and wonder why we are overdrawn, the tories and labour are decades of smoke and mirrors.

We have no national recycling or transport systems under the Environment Agency and people wonder why we fail on these targets and issues... management is fragmented at local and regional and national on both issues.



Edited by: "seaniboy" 8th Mar 2016
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