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Eurostar New Year Prices: London To Brussels/ Paris/ Lille £29 one way or £25 with Snap/ London to Amsterdam/Rotterdam £35 one way
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Eurostar New Year Prices: London To Brussels/ Paris/ Lille £29 one way or £25 with Snap/ London to Amsterdam/Rotterdam £35 one way

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Some decent prices here on Eurostar for the new year - plenty of dates available in February and March to Paris/Lille and Brussels from £29 one way.

Example below for Brussels - similar dates for Paris and Lille also there.
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You can also find Amsterdam or Rotterdam dates from £35 one way.

Alternatively with snap you can find fares from £25 onwards, the availability here however is for travel between 10/01/2020 and 07/02/2020

Hope it helps someone.
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Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland


Yeah, I know what you mean. I'm in London, but trying to get to New York. Not such a good deal for me either.
Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland


Or anywhere outside of London. It's cheaper for me to drive to Paris (Ferry& Diesel costs) than *just* paying for 4 on a train from Reading to the Euro terminal
Edited by: "japes" 25th Dec 2019
You have more chance of finding a yellow stickered ps4 for 25p at tesco than finding a sale rate on a saturday morning on eurostar. Its garbage. Itll say 29, and then itll be at 8pm or something. Anything at a time that would enable a 1 night trip will be twice the price than flying.
Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland
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I dont see such low fares
Thanks hot for me
rigved25/12/2019 00:00

I dont see such low fares


Look for dates in Feb and March please.
Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland
Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland


Or anywhere outside of London. It's cheaper for me to drive to Paris (Ferry& Diesel costs) than *just* paying for 4 on a train from Reading to the Euro terminal
Edited by: "japes" 25th Dec 2019
Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland


Yeah, I know what you mean. I'm in London, but trying to get to New York. Not such a good deal for me either.
Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland


I guess they dont have airports in scotland yet, ohh wait it seems they do.
Edinburgh to paris £90 return 1 hour 45mins in april direct OR jump on a train and travel to London 9+ hours and costing £100-200 and then onto the Eurostar
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Edited by: "hong_kong_englishman" 25th Dec 2019
You have more chance of finding a yellow stickered ps4 for 25p at tesco than finding a sale rate on a saturday morning on eurostar. Its garbage. Itll say 29, and then itll be at 8pm or something. Anything at a time that would enable a 1 night trip will be twice the price than flying.
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japes25/12/2019 06:31

Or anywhere outside of London. It's cheaper for me to drive to Paris …Or anywhere outside of London. It's cheaper for me to drive to Paris (Ferry& Diesel costs) than *just* paying for 4 on a train from Reading to the Euro terminal


Any car journey with four people is always going to be cheaper than public transport which charges per person. It's a meaningless comparison, as it doesn't change the fact that on average 60% of journeys are with only the driver, but you don't get a refund on the petrol used to cart four extra seats around.
Worth checking on the government's website if your passport is up for renewal this year, if it'll be valid for travel before then. Mine is due to expire in the summer, but it says I won't be able to use it for EU travel after 31st January if there's a no deal Brexit. Takes 3 weeks for a renewal passport. Very glad I checked as am going to Netherlands in February.
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Edited by: "lasuil" 28th Dec 2019
I paid same money to book ticket to london from wales by bus
lasuil28/12/2019 22:28

Worth checking on the government's website if your passport is up for …Worth checking on the government's website if your passport is up for renewal this year, if it'll be valid for travel before then. Mine is due to expire in the summer, but it says I won't be able to use it for EU travel after 31st January if there's a no deal Brexit. Takes 3 weeks for a renewal passport. Very glad I checked as am going to Netherlands in February. [Image]


What difference does the renewal date make? Surely EU law will apply to all UK citizens regardless of passport renewal date. It will effectively be a permit to enter the EU according to its agreements with a non-EU country and any document's legal status will depend on the law, which applies to all UK citizens. I wouldn't have thought t will be like a discount travelcard where you can effectively keep using it 9nnte existing terms until it expires, even if you technically no lnger qualify.
carnivaist29/12/2019 05:14

What difference does the renewal date make? Surely EU law will apply to …What difference does the renewal date make? Surely EU law will apply to all UK citizens regardless of passport renewal date. It will effectively be a permit to enter the EU according to its agreements with a non-EU country and any document's legal status will depend on the law, which applies to all UK citizens. I wouldn't have thought t will be like a discount travelcard where you can effectively keep using it 9nnte existing terms until it expires, even if you technically no lnger qualify.


Errr, Brexit is the difference. We will no longer be part of the EU and will no longer have a reciprocal arrangement recognising each other’s member states rights as we won’t be members. Likelihood is we will be required to have 6 months unexpired life left on your passport at time of travel. So if it expires before the end of July 2020 then it won’t be accepted by the EU country you visiting after end of Jan. And given that that’s where the Eurostar runs too it would be a good idea to check. Hope that helps.
Great price but soon adds up as a family and return. Better to stick to a cheeky car crossing
Ansona25/12/2019 01:16

Not such a good deal if you have to get to and from Scotland



Why even post? It's good for people in the north or from Scotland. It doesn't make it bad because you don't live nearby. Move on.
At first glance I thought it said eurostar New York prices!! blimey that would be a tunnel and a half
mamil196729/12/2019 08:58

Errr, Brexit is the difference. We will no longer be part of the EU and …Errr, Brexit is the difference. We will no longer be part of the EU and will no longer have a reciprocal arrangement recognising each other’s member states rights as we won’t be members. Likelihood is we will be required to have 6 months unexpired life left on your passport at time of travel. So if it expires before the end of July 2020 then it won’t be accepted by the EU country you visiting after end of Jan. And given that that’s where the Eurostar runs too it would be a good idea to check. Hope that helps.


OK. I was only posing the question. I didn't realise the rule about an unexpired time limit on your passport was a problem as you made no mention that was the issue.

I imagine many other people would also not realise this rule exists. Always best to be clear.
What's snap?
ssc130/12/2019 18:55

What's snap?

Snap is a card game for two or more people.
Edited by: "nzhud" 31st Dec 2019
carnivaist30/12/2019 08:26

OK. I was only posing the question. I didn't realise the rule about an …OK. I was only posing the question. I didn't realise the rule about an unexpired time limit on your passport was a problem as you made no mention that was the issue. I imagine many other people would also not realise this rule exists.


Every non-EU/Schengen country I've been to insists on 6 months validity. There may be some that don't, but it's a good rule of thumb. Maybe some people don't realise we get a special 'deal' as part of the EU? Or maybe don't check things like documentation requirements?

It's actually another, albeit small, cost of Brexit, as unused time is no longer added on when renewing a passport and it's now in effect useless once it gets to only 6 months validity left.
Shame it costs more than a rtn flight to spain to just get to London! A city full of history and no future!
deleted24979828/12/2019 22:19

Any car journey with four people is always going to be cheaper than public …Any car journey with four people is always going to be cheaper than public transport which charges per person. It's a meaningless comparison, as it doesn't change the fact that on average 60% of journeys are with only the driver, but you don't get a refund on the petrol used to cart four extra seats around.


But what if you don’t have a car?
Was considering the train to Amsterdam (11-14.2) - one way £35, return £90 so total £125. Flights for the same dates is total £60. Crazy
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