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Eurostar return to Brussels, Lille or Paris £56 (Departing St Pancras Intl / Sept-Oct departures) @ Eurostar
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Eurostar return to Brussels, Lille or Paris £56 (Departing St Pancras Intl / Sept-Oct departures) @ Eurostar

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Posted 13th Jul
First check suitable dates on the Eurostar website, the date matrix (shown in the image below) is clear and concise. Next, to get the price advertised you need to book via the Loco2 website (no booking fees). Trains should be £30.50 in each direction (2x £30.50- £5 = £56). Create an account first and confirm your email before adding your chosen ticket to your basket (it is messy doing this process in reverse). Then apply the code LOCO2FIVE at checkout (£5 off £25) There seems to be reasonable availability in both September and October for all destinations.


Eurostar date matrix:
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Shame it's not one way with no returns after the 31st October... there are a few MP's, we could all stick on it then!!

Tiptop spot R33, superb value for those month's
as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same deal for different dates?

Enough people clog up this site with versions of effectively the same deal without pepper expert members doing it too
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Shame it's not one way with no returns after the 31st October... there are a few MP's, we could all stick on it then!!

Tiptop spot R33, superb value for those month's
bitcoin513/07/2019 18:07

Shame it's not one way with no returns after the 31st October... there are …Shame it's not one way with no returns after the 31st October... there are a few MP's, we could all stick on it then!!Tiptop spot R33, superb value for those month's


Indeed I think the country would be a much more sensible place if there were 650 bitcoins as MP's
Edited by: "reindeer333" 13th Jul
Nice find @reindeer333 👏
reindeer33313/07/2019 18:10

Indeed I think the country would be a much more sensible place if …Indeed I think the country would be a much more sensible place if there were 650 bitcoins as MP's


Careful R33.. they are not worth THAT much in ledger!!
@reindeer333 i just did a price up on eurostar website against Loco2 and it was still cheaper on eurostar website... im confused now :/
as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same deal for different dates?

Enough people clog up this site with versions of effectively the same deal without pepper expert members doing it too
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jase.213/07/2019 20:48

as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same …as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same deal for different dates? Enough people clog up this site with versions of effectively the same deal without pepper expert members doing it too


Yes it should be posted again. It's a good deal as well as a reminder for people that didn't catch it first time around.

Why don't you post some deals that aren't clogged up?
dealmania13/07/2019 19:25

@reindeer333 i just did a price up on eurostar website against Loco2 and …@reindeer333 i just did a price up on eurostar website against Loco2 and it was still cheaper on eurostar website... im confused now :/


Yes Loco2 have bumped up the price to £30.50 each way whereas on the Eurostar website it is £29 each way. However, after applying the £5 voucher (on Loco2), Loco2 still works out £2 cheaper!
jase.213/07/2019 20:48

as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same …as a pepper expert program member should you really need to post the same deal for different dates? Enough people clog up this site with versions of effectively the same deal without pepper expert members doing it too


It is a different price compared to previous deals and lots of people miss previous deals!
Bruge is just 30 mins away by train and costs about 20 euros return. a good place to stock up on tools for garage, but they dont seems as strong as the ones from uk
Is Paris a expensive city?

E.g Hotels, public transport, eating out? Xx
niron_ev15/07/2019 17:43

Is Paris a expensive city?E.g Hotels, public transport, eating out? Xx


In a word yes

Certainly in the case of eating out and hotels
niron_ev15/07/2019 17:43

Is Paris a expensive city?E.g Hotels, public transport, eating out? Xx



It was expensive when the £ was at €1.30+ --- so now the £ only buys around €1.08 it's more expensive --- thank you Brexit morons.
Can you book specific seats on Eurostar ?
Yes you have to, you get the choice when booking the tickets. It doesn't cost extra.
chall515/07/2019 20:09

Can you book specific seats on Eurostar ?

you can use your Eurostar ticket to travel to Bruges ( or anywhere else in Belgium) by selecting " any Belgian station" as your destination on Eurostar website.
American Express are also offering £20 cashback against an £80+ spend (may be account specific) with Eurostar

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I'd recommend Antwerp not far from Brussels.
jhw15/07/2019 18:11

It was expensive when the £ was at €1.30+ --- so now the £ only buys aro …It was expensive when the £ was at €1.30+ --- so now the £ only buys around €1.08 it's more expensive --- thank you Brexit morons.



christobal15/07/2019 18:05

In a word yes Certainly in the case of eating out and hotels


I disagree. Look for the right deals, don't stay dead in the centre, buy wine from local supermarkets and say away from chains for food and you'll be fine. We paid around 20/25 Euro for two courses for two people with wine/beer. Perfectly reasonable I'd say

It's around 2euro for a single ticket on the metro and that takes you as far as you want. We stayed away from the centre and paid 4 euro return to get into the City and back.

What I do agree with is that some of the attractions (Eiffel Tower) are expensive but there's more to Paris than the tourist attractions.
dipsylalapo17/07/2019 16:50

I disagree. Look for the right deals, don't stay dead in the centre, buy …I disagree. Look for the right deals, don't stay dead in the centre, buy wine from local supermarkets and say away from chains for food and you'll be fine. We paid around 20/25 Euro for two courses for two people with wine/beer. Perfectly reasonable I'd sayIt's around 2euro for a single ticket on the metro and that takes you as far as you want. We stayed away from the centre and paid 4 euro return to get into the City and back. What I do agree with is that some of the attractions (Eiffel Tower) are expensive but there's more to Paris than the tourist attractions.



Nothing you've said detracts from the fact the £ is worth less than it was - just being cheapskate and looking for ways to cut the expense is not really a solution to anything. Take your own tins of beans and sleep on a park bench - that would be cheaper, but not really the holiday you want
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