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Eurostar November & December dates - London to Paris / Brussels / Lille Return - £52.20 with code @ Omio
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Eurostar November & December dates - London to Paris / Brussels / Lille Return - £52.20 with code @ Omio

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Posted 7th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

There are a number of Eurostar return journeys for £58 from London to Paris / Brussels / Lille for dates in November and December, if you fancied a Christmas break. Plus if you book via Omio (formerly Go Euro) you can apply the code OCT10 to get it for £52.20 return or £51.75 per person if making a booking for 2+ people. Need to type the code in capitals. Also one way from London to Amsterdam is available for £31.50 with the same code. You get a decent luggage allowance on Eurostar, with 2 pieces of luggage (up to 85cm long) and one hand luggage per person. See the steps below to get the cheap fares.



Step 1:Go to the Eurostar site and search for the £58 fares (£29 each way) up to end of December, links below should help which go to a date matrix

London to Paris return
London to Brussels Return
London to Lille Return

Also one way fromLondon to Amsterdam is available for £35(so £31.50 via Omio with code)



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Step 2: Once you have found your November or December Eurostar dates go to the Omio site and input the same dates and pricing generally mirrors the Eurostar site, although pricing may vary on selected times so check that it's the cheapest before booking. Go through the checkout process and at payment input the code OCT10 which discounts by 10%. Make sure you type in capitals.

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Based on two adults works out at £51.75 per person, London to Paris return in December.

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Voucher Terms

Code: OCT10
Discount: 10%, max £250 discount
Expiry: 13th October
General terms: omio.co.uk/vou…her
Exclusions: Deutsch Bahn
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A tad extra for wheelchair users but no matter the class they only pay £29 (each way) for themselves and £29 (each way) for a Companion.

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Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit happens.
Jellybeans07/10/2019 11:46

Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might …Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might even need a visa with the way things are going.


The immigration won't change we have always had passport checks. Might need a visa but that will be easily sorted to.
But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever again and have to spend our holidays in Birmingham.
cazsilver07/10/2019 11:41

Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning …Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning out & evening return...Quite hard as no way of seeing the times on the cheapest dates until you select outward & return dates...


Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might even need a visa with the way things are going.
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Probably going be there a bit longer
Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit happens.
Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning out & evening return...Quite hard as no way of seeing the times on the cheapest dates until you select outward & return dates...
cazsilver07/10/2019 11:41

Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning …Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning out & evening return...Quite hard as no way of seeing the times on the cheapest dates until you select outward & return dates...


Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might even need a visa with the way things are going.
Great value that.
Jellybeans07/10/2019 11:46

Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might …Probably going to need half a day in immigration alone each way. Might even need a visa with the way things are going.


The immigration won't change we have always had passport checks. Might need a visa but that will be easily sorted to.
zoe.anthony07/10/2019 11:54

The immigration won't change we have always had passport checks. Might …The immigration won't change we have always had passport checks. Might need a visa but that will be easily sorted to.


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cazsilver07/10/2019 11:41

Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning …Would like to do 1 night 2 days...So trying to find the cheapest morning out & evening return...Quite hard as no way of seeing the times on the cheapest dates until you select outward & return dates...



unfortunately it doesn't filter by time as well but hopefully it gives you an idea of the dates that are cheaper, the cheapest rates directly on the Eurostar site are £58 return (£29 each way) so will be £52.50 on Omio with the code or slightly cheaper per person if booking for 2 people or more. thanks
I only see till the end of the month when browsing snap? How can I actually select November or December? (Travelling to Brussels)
Edited by: "K0smopolitan" 7th Oct
Thanks for this! £77.56 return for Amsterdam! Halloween is going to be sweeet!
Senmusha07/10/2019 14:42

Thanks for this! £77.56 return for Amsterdam! Halloween is going to be …Thanks for this! £77.56 return for Amsterdam! Halloween is going to be sweeet!


€50 entry free I heard at RLD party
Was wondering how to get the hotuk community talking about brexit. Genius idea Chanchi.
But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever again and have to spend our holidays in Birmingham.
GrimyRascal07/10/2019 16:05

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FFS, the quote from Kuenssberg is 'DON'T place more than a tenner.
edanfalls07/10/2019 16:36

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At least I walked through my reasoning as opposed to circulating poorly-informed information and passing it off as fact

To say that this deal would be used "days after brexit HAPPENS" when the odds of brexit NOT happening by then are 1/5 on (and I believe these odds are generous) is really unhelpful and I've called you up on it.

And crucially even if a deal is arranged by 31/10 it won't be implemented until a long time after.

And the analogy to potentially gambling away your holiday is a silly one.No matter what happens you will still get to France.
Calaisjar07/10/2019 17:16

At least I walked through my reasoning as opposed to circulating …At least I walked through my reasoning as opposed to circulating poorly-informed information and passing it off as fact


True, and not a lot of people do that when talking about Brexit, I'll give you that!

Calaisjar07/10/2019 17:16

To say that this deal would be used "days after brexit HAPPENS" when the …To say that this deal would be used "days after brexit HAPPENS" when the odds of brexit NOT happening by then are 1/5 on (and I believe these odds are generous) is really unhelpful and I've called you up on it.


Huh? You know I'm not the person that you replied to right?

Calaisjar07/10/2019 17:16

And the analogy to potentially gambling away your holiday is a silly …And the analogy to potentially gambling away your holiday is a silly one.No matter what happens you will still get to France.


Not necessarily true, actually. Visas won't be required for short trips to France or Belgium, but passport rules will change if we leave on 31 October without a deal. For example, the margin on expiry dates will be increased to 9 months. So, someone who is fine to travel to France in 1 month as it stands now may not be if we leave without a deal.

I know this because I have employees with all sorts of flights booked next month, and there are some edge cases that will be affected if no deal happens on 31 October.
edanfalls07/10/2019 17:34

True, and not a lot of people do that when talking about Brexit, I'll give …True, and not a lot of people do that when talking about Brexit, I'll give you that!Huh? You know I'm not the person that you replied to right?Not necessarily true, actually. Visas won't be required for short trips to France or Belgium, but passport rules will change if we leave on 31 October without a deal. For example, the margin on expiry dates will be increased to 9 months. So, someone who is fine to travel to France in 1 month as it stands now may not be if we leave without a deal.I know this because I have employees with all sorts of flights booked next month, and there are some edge cases that will be affected if no deal happens on 31 October.


Apologies - I did accidentally reply to the wrong person.

Nonetheless your last point is a poor analogy and false. The margin will be 6 months (source: the Passport office) which is hardly excessive.

Even in the incredibly small likelihood that no deal happens (and to remind, it would be *against the law* for the govt to no deal), people in this relatively small group affected could apply for a new passport and still travel.

This is nothing like gambling. And in any case would always be a good idea to get a new passport 6 months before the old one expires...
Edited by: "Calaisjar" 7th Oct
Painterz107/10/2019 17:47

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I think whenever the UK leaves the EU and in whatever circumstances, this is almost certainly going to be true.

So ironically I would advise people to go to the Continent now as the chances of this disruption are far, far higher next year, should Brexit happen then, than before the year is out. As by law, the government has to ask for an extension next week and that will be a minimum 3 months (and probably much longer).
Edited by: "Calaisjar" 7th Oct
Don't listen to scaremongering, deal or no deal we don't leave on the 31st, the process starts and we leave after the earliest transition date of December 31 2020 which can be extended once by two years to the 31 of December 2022
GrimyRascal07/10/2019 16:05

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No, sadly that's not right. On her Twitter timeline she said "don't bet more than a tenner on a smooth resolution." Betfair says its odds ON that we won't be leaving on or before 31/10 so if I was a gambler I'd be inclined to put "more than a tenner" on that outcome. Meanwhile I'm waiting for Eurotunnel do their £20 returns before crimbo so I can fill the car up at Pidou.
Calaisjar07/10/2019 11:48

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Interesting...
however, based on various papers it appears that Johnson might once again break the law, or as others say, find a way around the Benn Act so we crash out of the EU with no deal brexit.
telegraph.co.uk/pol…it/
bbc.co.uk/new…167

As lying-Johnson has stated, "I'd rather be dead in a ditch than ask for an extension".

And as far as I understand, the purpose of the Benn Act is that Johnson can't be trusted, so he must be forced to abide by the law with this Act. After-all, as far as I know, there was no such legislation when Theresa May was in power?


...Thus, it's an absolutely terrible time to book any holiday to Europe.
I'm not a gambling man to take a chance on the disruptions, cancellations, huge queues, etc.

As far as I'm aware, a no deal brexit means that your passport becomes obsolete overnight, and we are denied entry into EU.
Calaisjar07/10/2019 17:45

Apologies - I did accidentally reply to the wrong person.Nonetheless your …Apologies - I did accidentally reply to the wrong person.Nonetheless your last point is a poor analogy and false. The margin will be 6 months (source: the Passport office) which is hardly excessive.Even in the incredibly small likelihood that no deal happens (and to remind, it would be *against the law* for the govt to no deal), people in this relatively small group affected could apply for a new passport and still travel. This is nothing like gambling. And in any case would always be a good idea to get a new passport 6 months before the old one expires...


Ah yes, in this case at least 6 months is needed, I was confusing it with another edge case in which 9 months of the expiry time could be disregarded. So no it's not false - there are several of these edge cases. Our solicitors provided a bullet-point summary of these cases to us and based on that we've had to rearrange a few flights and get a visa in one case (but we're not even sure if that will be valid, we might have to re-apply on November 1st).

It's all well and good saying it's a good idea to renew your passport early, but that's only helpful advice to a consumer, not to a business.

And 99% of the population are not aware of any these potential issues, so yes for them it is gambling if they cannot comprehend the possible permutations. So the original comment was well justified in warning people of the risk - I'm not sure why you can't let that go.
Blisteredfinger07/10/2019 19:02

No, sadly that's not right. On her Twitter timeline she said "don't bet …No, sadly that's not right. On her Twitter timeline she said "don't bet more than a tenner on a smooth resolution." Betfair says its odds ON that we won't be leaving on or before 31/10 so if I was a gambler I'd be inclined to put "more than a tenner" on that outcome. Meanwhile I'm waiting for Eurotunnel do their £20 returns before crimbo so I can fill the car up at Pidou.


I assume that it was implicit in her statement that you would be "putting a tenner on" at the odds as they are (currently 4/1 on), not at evens. In that case, saying that you'd put money on something because it's most likely doesn't make any sense when that is already factored into the odds.
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Calaisjar07/10/2019 11:48

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I admire your faith. That blokes more slippery than a Japanese oil massage on a lilo.
cloud107/10/2019 11:36

Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit …Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit happens.


Depends if you intend to come back.
can't seem to get calendar option for ashford to paris. how do i get calendar? so i can see cheapest dates?
Chanchi3207/10/2019 13:38

So you can see the cheap fares here via this link for Brussels to get an …So you can see the cheap fares here via this link for Brussels to get an idea of cheapest daysThen you book via Omio using code OCT10


My bad, I somehow thought it's a Eurostar Snap promotion. Thank you for pointing this out!
edanfalls07/10/2019 20:04

Ah yes, in this case at least 6 months is needed, I was confusing it with …Ah yes, in this case at least 6 months is needed, I was confusing it with another edge case in which 9 months of the expiry time could be disregarded. So no it's not false - there are several of these edge cases. Our solicitors provided a bullet-point summary of these cases to us and based on that we've had to rearrange a few flights and get a visa in one case (but we're not even sure if that will be valid, we might have to re-apply on November 1st).It's all well and good saying it's a good idea to renew your passport early, but that's only helpful advice to a consumer, not to a business.And 99% of the population are not aware of any these potential issues, so yes for them it is gambling if they cannot comprehend the possible permutations. So the original comment was well justified in warning people of the risk - I'm not sure why you can't let that go.


He wants likes.

Who the hell would risk going on holiday abroad in such an uncertain period! I'm pretty sure he's not booked anything.
cloud107/10/2019 11:36

Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit …Can't think of a more foolish thing to arrange just days after brexit happens.


Yeah!
After all they'll be no more trees, clouds, oxygen, moonlight and bambi.
We'll run out of shoes so we won't be able to go out. The tide will stop ebbing and rising.
We'll soon run out of nice views, and to top all that santa can't get a visa so Christmas will be cancelled.
Fiddlesticks..... Or Humbug.
migavupe07/10/2019 16:58

But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever a …But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever again and have to spend our holidays in Birmingham.


Holidaying with the Peaky Blinders.. I dont want to be crossing paths with Arthur
postyn1707/10/2019 18:14

Don't listen to scaremongering, deal or no deal we don't leave on the …Don't listen to scaremongering, deal or no deal we don't leave on the 31st, the process starts and we leave after the earliest transition date of December 31 2020 which can be extended once by two years to the 31 of December 2022


Unless we get an extention, we leave on the 31st on paper no matter what.
If we do a deal then we go into a transition period, technically out but we continue to abide by most EU rules as is, including free trade and free movement.
If we no deal then we leave immediately in every way possible, with no other trade agreements in place...including medicines coming into the UK, etc.
Be careful in Paris, especially at the Tower and the Louvre
Can we take a baby without passport??
shawnlee08/10/2019 16:10

Can we take a baby without passport??


No will need to under current rules. After god knows. We be using big catapults to cross the channe l;)
migavupe07/10/2019 16:58

But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever a …But I thought Brexit meant we wouldn’t be allowed to leave the U.K. ever again and have to spend our holidays in Birmingham.


I’d rather spend my whole life in the toilet, thanks.
generationgavin08/10/2019 13:10

Unless we get an extention, we leave on the 31st on paper no matter …Unless we get an extention, we leave on the 31st on paper no matter what.If we do a deal then we go into a transition period, technically out but we continue to abide by most EU rules as is, including free trade and free movement.If we no deal then we leave immediately in every way possible, with no other trade agreements in place...including medicines coming into the UK, etc.


Yeah but the chances of each of these are not equal.
Getting an extension is overwhelmingly the bookies' favourite. Paddy Power gives odds of 1/6 on that we will still be in the EU after 31 October.
shawnlee08/10/2019 16:07

Be careful in Paris, especially at the Tower and the Louvre


The protests are only on Saturdays though? Should be fine any other day of the week. It's scary to think that the greatest threat in Paris is the police.
AlphaChap09/10/2019 00:32

The protests are only on Saturdays though? Should be fine any other day of …The protests are only on Saturdays though? Should be fine any other day of the week. It's scary to think that the greatest threat in Paris is the police.


No no, the Roma are your first concern. Read up on Google, they are borderline dangerous now.
A visa, just to visit neighbouring countries. Insanity.
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