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Loads of train tickets to Europe from £29 E/W @ Eurostar
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Loads of train tickets to Europe from £29 E/W @ Eurostar

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Refreshed 21st Jan (Posted 7th Jan)
Loads of train tickets at £29 from London to Europe. Got an email to early early access to sale. Just search for dates between 22nd January and 17th April and there's loads of seats at cheap prices.

Annoyingly I booked my train tickets last weekend and paid £40 more 😔😔

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Pricklerickle07/01/2019 15:58

what it like Vs plane, is there big ques on euro star


Planes go woosh woosh in the sky, this go toot toot unda da sea.

And no, there are no queues on the Eurostar. You're allowed to sit down in the seat you've booked.

Pricklerickle07/01/2019 15:58

what it like Vs plane, is there big ques on euro star


far superior to plane in my opinion and not only for the custom speeds but the luggage allowance is exceptional as is the comfort of even the basic seats. Its chav free as well so no budget airline divs in sight.
Pricklerickle1 m ago

is same security procedures, get there 2,3 Hours before departure


No, from memory it's either 30 or 45 mins
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London is a diverse and wonderful city, one of the greatest in the world. It has its problems, but it's hardly a cesspit destroyed by foreigners.

All the shooting and knife crime is not committed by foreigners you daft thing
filipp.gorelik10/01/2019 09:09

Great deal - passed it on to a friend of mine, as well. Unfortunately …Great deal - passed it on to a friend of mine, as well. Unfortunately can't do multi-city, so have to book more expensive one-ways, but if I can do London-Paris and Amsterdam-London in April for under £100, I just might fulfil my goal of seeing PSG and Ajax play on the same weekend...BTW, is anyone else experiencing issues with Chrome displaying a blank page instead of search results? Edge works fine.


Isn't Amsterdam-London the one wher you have to get off the train and file through passport control? Near 1 hour delay. Due to squabbling between the authorities in different countries, no passport control on train in return direction London-Amsterdam. That's what's put me off so far but eagerly awaiting news of an improvement.
vailati5 h, 13 m ago

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He's talking about Amsterdam-London, not London-Amsterdam. On the return leg, passport control is done in Brussels and yes, it slows things down fairly substantially.
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