It's back for the summer holidays and even bigger! 300,000 Eurostar singles to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and more from £29 each way (£58 return)
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It's back for the summer holidays and even bigger! 300,000 Eurostar singles to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and more from £29 each way (£58 return)

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Found 9th May 2016
It’s back! Eurostar have 300,000 seats available from £29 one way (£58 return) to Paris, Lille or Brussels, and from £34.50 one way to Bruges. Just book between 9th and 25th May (inclusive) for a trip between 23rd May 2016 and 5th November 2016 (inclusive).

If you fancy going further, head to Amsterdam for as little as £40 one way with a change in Brussels onto the Thales service.

This sale is a big one as there are double the normal number of sale seats available!

More details below.

- London St Pancras, Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International to Paris, Lille or Brussels for £58 return. Usual cheapest advance fare is £72 return off peak.

- Tickets are booked as singles for £29 each way in Standard class.

- There are 50,000 £29 one way tickets from London – Paris, and 50,000 vice versa, 50,000 £29 one way tickets from London to Brussels/Lille/Calais and 50,000 vice versa, and 50,000 £34.50 one way tickets from London to ANY Belgian station and 50,000 vice versa.

- Book between 9th and 25th May for travel between 23rd May and 5th November. Blackout dates:

27th May – 30th May
3rd June – 5th June
10th June – 12th June
15th June – 17th June
19th June – 27th June
30th June – 3rd July
8th July – 11th July
14th July – 17th July
21st July – 24th July
29th July – 31st July
12th August – 15th August
26th August – 29th August

- When the available tickets run out, the promotion ends.

- Best availability will be on off-peak Monday - Thursday bookings, with more limited availability on weekends. So if you are looking for a weekend away, you'll need to get in quick - tickets will be scarce on Monday mornings, Fridays, Saturday afternoons and Sundays. Also worth noting from 31st August – 5th November the fare will not be available on Monday mornings, Fridays, Saturday mornings and Sundays.

- Kids tickets are NOT in the sale and are at normal price - for those with young'uns, Under 4's travel free and 4-11 year olds are from £51 return.

- You MUST book via the Eurostar desktop site. Offer is not available when purchasing through the Eurostar app or the Eurostar mobile site.

- Tickets are exchangeable before departure of each leg by paying the fare difference plus a fixed fee of £30. Tickets are non-refundable.

- Your Eurostar tickets get you two for one entry to a number of decent museums in Paris and Brussels - full details here: eurostar.com/uk-…or1

- If you have a Platinum American Express card, you get FREE lounge access (where available) for you and a travelling companion.

Happy travels!
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I wonder why there are deals to Paris and Brussells.....hmmmm.....
HOT. Was waiting for this as going to the Euros. Got my return tix for 2 of us for £116. HAPPY!!!
MojoMan0427

I wonder why there are deals to Paris and Brussells.....hmmmm.....



Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically inspired radical Islamic terrorism in those particular cities.

The prevalence of ammunition and weaponry in the Belgian capital makes it a centre of gravity for the logistical network used by terrorists and supplied by criminal elements.

However, since those same capitals sit at the heart of the European continent they also represent massive population centres, important business districts and recognised political institutions.

The large through flow of European citizens lead to an equally large infrastructure network designed to service travellers which simultaneously, and logically becomes a prime target for terrorist disruption.

So, the financial incentives are designed to combat waning use of the network due to fear of further terrorist reprisals for perceived injustices by the West against their particular ideology, which, interestingly enough, is actually Qutbism.
stevenfeeney

Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically … Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically inspired radical Islamic terrorism in those particular cities. The prevalence of ammunition and weaponry in the Belgian capital makes it a centre of gravity for the logistical network used by terrorists and supplied by criminal elements. However, since those same capitals sit at the heart of the European continent they also represent massive population centres, important business districts and recognised political institutions. The large through flow of European citizens lead to an equally large infrastructure network designed to service travellers which simultaneously, and logically becomes a prime target for terrorist disruption.So, the financial incentives are designed to combat waning use of the network due to fear of further terrorist reprisals for perceived injustices by the West against their particular ideology, which, interestingly enough, is actually Qutbism.



​You what?
Haven't found one. Looking for a friday night / early saturday departure.
Really want to do this but seems like it's going to cost more and be more hassle to get from the south west to St Pancras than to go from there across France!

Train to Paddington then trying to get across London to St Pancras with suitcase etc?
National express don't drop off anywhere near...
Car parking nearby very expensive!

Edited by: "jacksonliam" 9th May 2016
jacksonliam

Really want to do this but seems like it's going to cost more and be more … Really want to do this but seems like it's going to cost more and be more hassle to get to St Pancras than to go from there across France! Train to Kings Cross then trying to get across London to St Pancras with suitcase etc? National express don't drop off anywhere near... Car parking nearby very expensive!


Kings's Cross station is directly across the road from St Pancras.
ngiollaeaspaig

Haven't found one. Looking for a friday night / early saturday departure.



You can forget Friday evening with these prices but early Saturday morning should be fine.
Damn, wish these prices were available next tuesday to thursday...
ngiollaeaspaig

Haven't found one. Looking for a friday night / early saturday departure.




No wander you haven't found that price . Best availability is tuesday - thursday
stevenfeeney

Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically … Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically inspired radical Islamic terrorism in those particular cities. The prevalence of ammunition and weaponry in the Belgian capital makes it a centre of gravity for the logistical network used by terrorists and supplied by criminal elements. However, since those same capitals sit at the heart of the European continent they also represent massive population centres, important business districts and recognised political institutions. The large through flow of European citizens lead to an equally large infrastructure network designed to service travellers which simultaneously, and logically becomes a prime target for terrorist disruption.So, the financial incentives are designed to combat waning use of the network due to fear of further terrorist reprisals for perceived injustices by the West against their particular ideology, which, interestingly enough, is actually Qutbism.


Thanks for clearing that up Bernard Right-On
How do you get Amsterdam tickets?
Gollywood

​You what?



He said it's a bit dodgy over there because some misguided Muslim types have been doing a spot of bombing and no one really wants to go there so that's why it's dead cheap like.
julie11

Kings's Cross station is directly across the road from St Pancras.


Sorry meant Paddington! Got my London stations confused and train sites seem to act like the tube is an acceptable extension to the end of your train journey...
Gollywood

​You what?



In simple terms, the CIA keeps on pretending to be Muslims and blowing things up to divide the world's population and make sure that certain people continue to make money.
dar72

In simple terms, the CIA keeps on pretending to be Muslims and blowing … In simple terms, the CIA keeps on pretending to be Muslims and blowing things up to divide the world's population and make sure that certain people continue to make money.



Please stay where you are, the men in white coats will be along shortly to collect you.
Pauladin91

Please stay where you are, the men in white coats will be along shortly … Please stay where you are, the men in white coats will be along shortly to collect you.



Prove me wrong then...
Weekend FLIGHTS (saturday to monday) to PARIS for the May bank holiday weekend from London regions start at under £100.
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Drive to Stratford international station car park. 6£ a day then 6min train to st Pancras. Done
Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others personally) it's entirely possible to get a "silly" priced £70 return on a plane. Considering journey time is about 50 minutes vs something like 3-4 hours I don't really consider it worthwhile. I guess if you like slow paced and find rail travel "romantic" or something..?

In fact - not even that silly. Easyjet from machester/london to Amsterdam mid week, middle of June is about £50 return each.
Edited by: "mercutio98uk" 9th May 2016
mercutio98uk

Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others … Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others personally) it's entirely possible to get a "silly" priced £70 return on a plane. Considering journey time is about 50 minutes vs something like 3-4 hours I don't really consider it worthwhile. I guess if you like slow paced and find rail travel "romantic" or something..?In fact - not even that silly. Easyjet from machester/london to Amsterdam mid week, middle of June is about £50 return each.



about £40 each way from Glasgow to Amsterdam easy jet midweek June.
mercutio98uk

Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others … Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others personally) it's entirely possible to get a "silly" priced £70 return on a plane. Considering journey time is about 50 minutes vs something like 3-4 hours I don't really consider it worthwhile. I guess if you like slow paced and find rail travel "romantic" or something..?In fact - not even that silly. Easyjet from machester/london to Amsterdam mid week, middle of June is about £50 return each.


But with an extra journey out to the airport, the indignity of airport security, and the increased pollution on your conscience. If any of that stuff bothers you
nikos

Drive to Stratford international station car park. 6£ a day then 6min … Drive to Stratford international station car park. 6£ a day then 6min train to st Pancras. Done


Thanks, that sounds the cheapest option so far and doesn't sound like a total pain. Have you done that?

Looks like it could be better to get a Eurostar that stops at Ebbsfleet and drive there actually, £39 for a weeks parking and less messing about... A 2.5-4 hour drive, depending on M25, before a long train journey doesn't sound fun though
Shame I cant find any decent priced hotels for Euro 2016!
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mercutio98uk

Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others … Thing is, certainly with Amsterdam (I can't speak for the others personally) it's entirely possible to get a "silly" priced £70 return on a plane. Considering journey time is about 50 minutes vs something like 3-4 hours I don't really consider it worthwhile. I guess if you like slow paced and find rail travel "romantic" or something..?In fact - not even that silly. Easyjet from machester/london to Amsterdam mid week, middle of June is about £50 return each.



Some people prefer not to fly or have fears, etc. You pay your money and take your choice!
Edited by: "skizz_b" 9th May 2016
Shame blackout date is the one for the England v Russia match in France.
jacksonliam

Really want to do this but seems like it's going to cost more and be more … Really want to do this but seems like it's going to cost more and be more hassle to get from the south west to St Pancras than to go from there across France! Train to Paddington then trying to get across London to St Pancras with suitcase etc? National express don't drop off anywhere near... Car parking nearby very expensive!


Search mega train on the web...you can get cheap trains to London Waterloo then a 5ver to get to Pancras...I went to Brussels and the Eurostar is great value and flawless
Just looked at some tickets from Avignon in August, £45 each for adults and £70 for a child (2 year old but want them to have their own seat). Wondering whether could just buy 3 adult tickets and let our little one travel on that instead?
Any nice and cheap place to stay for 2 nights in either paris or brussels? BTW thanks OP and heat added.
Edited by: "starfarer" 9th May 2016
MojoMan0427

I wonder why there are deals to Paris and Brussells.....hmmmm.....


Possibly because these are the main destinations that Eurostar goes to?....just a thought of course...
Original Poster
Towers9

Just looked at some tickets from Avignon in August, £45 each for adults … Just looked at some tickets from Avignon in August, £45 each for adults and £70 for a child (2 year old but want them to have their own seat). Wondering whether could just buy 3 adult tickets and let our little one travel on that instead?



I've done the same previously and had no hassle.
stevenfeeney

Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically … Probably due to the continued destabilising effect of geopolitically inspired radical Islamic terrorism in those particular cities. The prevalence of ammunition and weaponry in the Belgian capital makes it a centre of gravity for the logistical network used by terrorists and supplied by criminal elements. However, since those same capitals sit at the heart of the European continent they also represent massive population centres, important business districts and recognised political institutions. The large through flow of European citizens lead to an equally large infrastructure network designed to service travellers which simultaneously, and logically becomes a prime target for terrorist disruption.So, the financial incentives are designed to combat waning use of the network due to fear of further terrorist reprisals for perceived injustices by the West against their particular ideology, which, interestingly enough, is actually Qutbism.



​Ever watched Good Will Hunting? There's a bar scene that fits nicely.
I might be doing something wrong but I don't see any tickets at this price
One way ticket to Brussels on the 5th of June and the cheapest ticket is £45.
Cheapest is £56 for the 6th

Where are you getting these prices from please??
Need trains from Manchester
Typical!

Need to go 20th - 22nd to Brussels. Its about £200 return. It was £29 each way a few weeks back but couldn't get confirmation until last week!

Looks like I will be using British Airways and burning carbon instead.

jacksonliam

Thanks, that sounds the cheapest option so far and doesn't sound like a … Thanks, that sounds the cheapest option so far and doesn't sound like a total pain. Have you done that?Looks like it could be better to get a Eurostar that stops at Ebbsfleet and drive there actually, £39 for a weeks parking and less messing about... A 2.5-4 hour drive, depending on M25, before a long train journey doesn't sound fun though



You live in the south west uk? Maybe it will be easier/cheaper to just go from Ashford international in Kent. Saves the hassle of getting around London which is never without its headaches.
starfarer

Any nice and cheap place to stay for 2 nights in either paris or … Any nice and cheap place to stay for 2 nights in either paris or brussels? BTW thanks OP and heat added.


Paris is minimum 100 euros per night, not sure about Brussels, could be the same. Anyway go to Trivago to compare prices.
MojoMan0427

I wonder why there are deals to Paris and Brussells.....hmmmm.....



Probably to do with the train tracks going in that direction. Won't find any Eurostar deals to New York
Hot deal. Alas, not that great if you don't live in London. Yes I can get the mega bus but after all that faff it's easier and cheaper to fly
dar72

Prove me wrong then...



How about; you prove you are right instead.
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