Eurostar one day flash sale live - Tickets to Paris from £19pp through Eurostar Snap
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Eurostar one day flash sale live - Tickets to Paris from £19pp through Eurostar Snap

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Edited by:"nihir"Found 20th Nov
Update - Live now and I think it’s £19 for return trip. Would appreciate if someone can confirm

According to Daily Mirror Eurostar are doing flash sale for one day only.

Eurostar is wading in on the Black Fridayexcitement by launching a huge, less than 24 hour flash sale.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow at 7am and be available until midnight on 21 November 2017, with passengers able to travel from 8 January 2018 – 7 February 2018.

But while 20,000 seats to Paris, Lille and Brussels will be included, you'll need to book your tickets through Eurostar Snap to bag the bargain.

Eurostar Snap lets you log in using Facebook or Twitter, so you can select your travel date and destination specifying a morning or afternoon departure. Then 48 hours before travel, Eurostar will confirm the exact time of the train.

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Great deal, fantastic experience having done it twice!

And get it while all these services are still called by their current names:

theguardian.com/bus…nel

£19 return? Or presumably each way?

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reindeer3332 m ago

£19 return? Or presumably each way?


Would be too good to be true if it’s 19 return...

Getlink

nihir1 m ago

Would be too good to be true if it’s 19 return...


Thought it would have been, but then again it is Black Friday!

schnide17 m ago

Great deal, fantastic experience having done it twice!And get it while all …Great deal, fantastic experience having done it twice!And get it while all these services are still called by their current names:https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/nov/20/eurotunnel-rebrand-getlink-brexit-channel-tunnel


Fantastic experience, setting out from degenerate third world Holloway and arriving in degenerate even more third world St Denis

Not many places on the planet that make London seem civilised and portray the tube as a viable form of family friendly transport but Paris and the metro definitely do

Paris is a proper khazi, just saying

Chasloyal1 h, 19 m ago

Fantastic experience, setting out from degenerate third world Holloway and …Fantastic experience, setting out from degenerate third world Holloway and arriving in degenerate even more third world St Denis (skeptical)Not many places on the planet that make London seem civilised and portray the tube as a viable form of family friendly transport but Paris and the metro definitely do (lol)Paris is a proper khazi, just saying

I never seen anyone take a pee on the tube in London in my 41 years of life. I've smelt pee but never seen it. In Paris for my first visit I sore it openly 3 times in one journey . Place is a dump.
Edited by: "nexus76" 20th Nov

Chasloyal22 m ago

Fantastic experience, setting out from degenerate third world Holloway and …Fantastic experience, setting out from degenerate third world Holloway and arriving in degenerate even more third world St Denis (skeptical)Not many places on the planet that make London seem civilised and portray the tube as a viable form of family friendly transport but Paris and the metro definitely do (lol)Paris is a proper khazi, just saying


Eurostar leaves from St Pancras and arrives in Gare du Nord.

Cut back on the booze, it's Monday.

nexus7616 m ago

I never seen anyone take a pee on the tube in London in my 41 years of …I never seen anyone take a pee on the tube in London in my 41 years of lifeI've smelt pee but never seen it. IParis for my first visit I sore it openly 3 times in one journey . Place is a dump.


I’ve lived in London for 20 years and find Paris far more pleasant. With both cities your experience of course depends on where you choose to spend your time - the La Marais district of Paris is very pleasant.

nexus7616 m ago

I never seen anyone take a pee on the tube in London in my 41 years of …I never seen anyone take a pee on the tube in London in my 41 years of lifeI've smelt pee but never seen it. IParis for my first visit I sore it openly 3 times in one journey . Place is a dump.


They were Brits

Really nice deal for those who get lucky! Thanks

manbearpig21 m ago

Eurostar leaves from St Pancras and arrives in Gare du Nord. Cut back on …Eurostar leaves from St Pancras and arrives in Gare du Nord. Cut back on the booze, it's Monday.


Look at a map of Paris and see what manor North Station is in and then look at a map of London to see what's round King's Cross, maybe it's you who needs to get off the sauce joker tschüß tschüß

can not book for under 16

Chasloyal2 h, 4 m ago

Look at a map of Paris and see what manor North Station is in and then …Look at a map of Paris and see what manor North Station is in and then look at a map of London to see what's round King's Cross, maybe it's you who needs to get off the sauce joker tschüß tschüß


saying Gare du Nord is in Saint-Denis is like saying Charing Cross is in Watford.

niknakety7 m ago

saying Gare du Nord is in Saint-Denis is like saying Charing Cross is in …saying Gare du Nord is in Saint-Denis is like saying Charing Cross is in Watford.


Is Watford 4 or 5 miles from Charing Cross then?

And you know what St Denis infested with its Auteuil dregs is still actually Beverly Hills compared to North Station so perhaps I should take that back

Original Poster

Its live now Reindeer333. Looks like £19 for return trip...
Edited by: "nihir" 21st Nov

Hmmmm...a train to Paris with the hassle and expense of getting to London from the Midlands....or a flight to Berlin (or many other european cities) from a local airport.

Fine if you live in the big smoke.

I can' get any returns for £19

Here's the link you need to go through snap.eurostar.com/uk-en/ it's valid for journey's in January and February next year and it's £19 per person EACH way.

magower1 h, 34 m ago

Here's the link you need to go through https://snap.eurostar.com/uk-en/ …Here's the link you need to go through https://snap.eurostar.com/uk-en/ it's valid for journey's in January and February next year and it's £19 per person EACH way.




Still very good value. Thanks for the extra info.

nihir2 h, 42 m ago

Its live now Reindeer333. Looks like £19 for return trip...


It’s actually from £19 each way

Was about to go on with the booking, but they don't tell you what time your train is before paying?..
What kind of thing is this?32494593-N8us8.jpg

babyseal6 m ago

Was about to go on with the booking, but they don't tell you what time …Was about to go on with the booking, but they don't tell you what time your train is before paying?..What kind of thing is this?[Image]


48 hours before date of travel, they inform you of the exact time of your trains i believe.

couturekid3 m ago

48 hours before date of travel, they inform you of the exact time of your …48 hours before date of travel, they inform you of the exact time of your trains i believe.


Yeah I've seen that. That's quite crazy the slots are massive, but might just go for that anyway

joedredd2 h, 47 m ago

Hmmmm...a train to Paris with the hassle and expense of getting to London …Hmmmm...a train to Paris with the hassle and expense of getting to London from the Midlands....or a flight to Berlin (or many other european cities) from a local airport. Fine if you live in the big smoke.


For most people, getting to London from the midlands is no more hassle than getting to an airport.

termite16 m ago

For most people, getting to London from the midlands is no more hassle …For most people, getting to London from the midlands is no more hassle than getting to an airport.


Sadly it's the ridiculous train costs from Telford. Cheaper to get to Paris than it is to London.

joedredd38 m ago

Sadly it's the ridiculous train costs from Telford. Cheaper to get to …Sadly it's the ridiculous train costs from Telford. Cheaper to get to Paris than it is to London.


There are tickets for £11 and £12 if you reserve them, doesn't seem too bad.

I had a terrible experience with this last year. I turned up on time for the train at St Pancras and they claimed they were overbooked. They tried to force me to buy a more expensive tickets (£200). Eventually, after realising I wasn't going to crack, they put me on the next train, which was 80% empty.
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