Eurostar to Paris / Brussels / Lille  / Calais £29 each way (September onwards) @ Eurostar
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Eurostar to Paris / Brussels / Lille / Calais £29 each way (September onwards) @ Eurostar

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Found 23rd Jul 2018
Number of £29 each way journeys with Eurostar, destinations include Paris, Brussels, Lille and Calais. Availability is from September onwards and managed to find availability for other months including October, November and December.

If you are planning to go to Paris Disneyland you can also get Adult Disneyland Paris Day park tickets for a reduced price of £38 here - link to thread

There's also a few dates for Amsterdam as well for £35 outbound, although higher cost coming back and is not direct but maybe an option.

Baggage allowance is 2 pieces of luggage and 1 hand luggage


A few example dates below


London to Paris




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If you are planning to go to Paris Disneyland you can also get Adult Disneyland Paris Day park tickets for a reduced price of £38 here - link to thread





London to Bruges

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London to Lille / Calais

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London to Amsterdam

Note the return is indirect

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LyesLyes1816 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


Some peoples!
This is the standard cheapest price for advance purchase allocated train times. If you want cheaper and are OK with last minute train allocations you can go to snap Eurostar and choose AM or PM travel on a specific date for £25 each way
LyesLyes186 h, 3 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


Yes. All people. Not one person may want to travel when a school is open.
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Hot Hot Hot !!!
People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.
I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ?

I'm thinking of October half term would be fun

Anyone found a deal
Misslovely10 m ago

I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm …I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm thinking of October half term would be funAnyone found a deal


London is the closest station
LyesLyes1816 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


Some peoples!
Good price off to look at dates
This is the standard cheapest price for advance purchase allocated train times. If you want cheaper and are OK with last minute train allocations you can go to snap Eurostar and choose AM or PM travel on a specific date for £25 each way
Excellent detailed info. Thanks very much Chanchi. Heat all the way. 😄
Rokjit1 h, 12 m ago

This is the standard cheapest price for advance purchase allocated train …This is the standard cheapest price for advance purchase allocated train times. If you want cheaper and are OK with last minute train allocations you can go to snap Eurostar and choose AM or PM travel on a specific date for £25 each way


Thanks for mentioning snap Eurostar, Never heard of this before. Great prices.
Good deal. I got these prices for travel during August summer holidays but I did have to book way back in feb/March. Get organised early enough and these tickets are around even at peak times.
Edited by: "shaggy" 23rd Jul 2018
Get it while you can.
I know this is a deals site and on the surface this is a great deal but if your trip is time sensitive and you have to arrive and depart at the advertised time please check out Eurostar on Twitter it is full of disappointment at how badly this service is currently being operated and the horrendous amount of people being inconvenienced by the current service....buyer beware!
Does anyone know when the dates for July (School holidays) are likely to come out? Booked Disneyland for 2019!
Felling hot hot hot! (Quiet literally)
LyesLyes186 h, 3 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


Yes. All people. Not one person may want to travel when a school is open.
NORMAL PRICE for early booking!!! Marking hot just encourages Eurostar to put up the prices!
kanepb15 h, 54 m ago

Thanks for mentioning snap Eurostar, Never heard of this before. Great …Thanks for mentioning snap Eurostar, Never heard of this before. Great prices.


It's a little hidden gem glad to help.

I found the am journeys that I took all tended to be around 1 or 2pm and they allocate train time by email I think 48 hours in advance from what I remember without checking.
LyesLyes1811 h, 50 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


I can travel anytime, one of the people that appreciate such a post.

Heat added.
Calais- unforgettable experience for women's
Does this includes fuel surcharges and tax?

Kindest regards
M any decent prices for the train you can take your car in?
Edited by: "umirza85" 24th Jul 2018
umirza8543 m ago

M any decent prices for the train you can take your car in?


Try Eurotunnel!

Ps. Let me know, I'd be interested!
Edited by: "compadre" 24th Jul 2018
Misslovely17 h, 31 m ago

I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm …I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm thinking of October half term would be funAnyone found a deal



Youd have to get the train from Manchester to London (around £150) then get the Eurostar London to Paris (around £120)
Better getting a flight which are normally £70-90 from Manchester.
When looking at Amsterdam to London trains, bear in mind that the indirect trains are routed via Brussels in order for passengers to clear passport control. This doesn't involve changing stations or anything. It's a temporary measure but direct AMS-LON trains won't start till 2019 at least
Cold. It's always this price for advanced bookings.
Thanks for the heads up- got some cheap weekend tickets to Brussels to see some friends. Heat!
LyesLyes1823rd Jul 2018

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.


Who wants to travel in the school holidays with a bunch of screaming brats?????
Good deal but a lot of the times appear to depart very late in the day or return very early in the day..
Fab deal
Misslovely21 h, 19 m ago

I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm …I'm a newbie. Where do you catch the tain from ie Manchester ? I'm thinking of October half term would be funAnyone found a deal


Somebody suggested train from Manchester, quite expensive, also flights to London. This may add up if you are a family, so will not make sense, for example a flight from Man to Brussels can be only £100 return. Perhaps National Express or even better, Megabus may be a solution. Takes longer, but much cheaper.
LyesLyes1821 h, 28 m ago

People needs to travel while schools are closed. Not September.



People also need to travel when schools are not closed. Great deal - HOT!
France and Belgium are off my destination list Unfortunately
But for those who can put up with the dreadful French prices and awful service....
Have fun ...
You'll need to be lucky.

I took the decision to avoid France and Belgium after several terrible experiences...
Several Thefts one mugging
Expensive ripping off and dangerous situations

Be safe
frontsys24th Jul 2018

Who wants to travel in the school holidays with a bunch of screaming …Who wants to travel in the school holidays with a bunch of screaming brats?????



Or the brats children! ( )
No Barcelona, cold.
Is this a deal or an advert for Eurostar? Joke
Do they accept 16-25 railrcard?
Prepare to pay at least double the price when trains having problems and Eurostar won’t refund you.
stefanjulia22 s ago

Prepare to pay at least double the price when trains having problems and …Prepare to pay at least double the price when trains having problems and Eurostar won’t refund you.


Check Facebook page reviews.
Ok if you live in London lol otherwise it’s 4 million quid and six days travel in what looks like the back of an ash cart! Voted hot although cheap flights will be about by then too
the1beard10 h, 27 m ago

France and Belgium are off my destination list Unfortunately But for those …France and Belgium are off my destination list Unfortunately But for those who can put up with the dreadful French prices and awful service....Have fun ...You'll need to be lucky.I took the decision to avoid France and Belgium after several terrible experiences... Several Thefts one mugging Expensive ripping off and dangerous situations Be safe


Agreed why too Dangerous and over run with fakugees. Yet post a deal to Turkey and everyone panics lol it’s a lot safer there
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