Spend £80 or more at Eurostar, get £20 back with Amex
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Spend £80 or more at Eurostar, get £20 back with Amex

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Expires on 31/12/2019Posted 29th Oct
Good offer with Amex if you plan to travel by Eurostar in the near future.

Save to Card to get a £20 statement credit on an eligible transaction of £80+ in participating store(s) and online at Eurostar by 31/12/2019. Valid once per Card for the first 20,000 Cardmembers to save. Terms, location & payment restrictions apply.

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OFFER TERMS

  • Spend must be billed to your Card account by 31/12/2019, to be eligible for this offer. If Eurostar does not charge your Card during this period, e.g. because of a delay in dispatching your goods, you may not be eligible for this offer.
  • Book and pay by the offer end date.
  • Available in participating store(s) and online at eurostar.com/uk-en.
  • Offer only applies to spend made in Great British Pound (GBP) on the Card to which the offer is saved, including an American Express Card loaded into a mobile payment wallet.
  • Offer does not apply to spend on other Cards you might hold and is not valid for transactions made using Payment Aggregators.
  • An awarded credit may be reversed if a qualifying transaction is refunded or cancelled. Any misuse, as reasonably determined by us, relating to your redemption of Amex Offers may result in an awarded credit being reversed, and ineligibility from future Amex Offers and other promotions. This reversal may take place up to a maximum of 180 days after the offer campaign end date. Please note that if an awarded credit is reversed after you have paid your bill you may be returned to a negative balance.
  • Credit should appear on your billing statement within 5 days from qualifying spend but may take up to 90 days from 31/12/2019.
  • For full Offer Terms and more details about statement credits click here.
  • By saving the offer to your Card, you agree to the Offer Terms.
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Great offer but not on my account
Try to find a cheap seat and a cheap return anytime, best of luck
jasee29/10/2019 04:56

Try to find a cheap seat and a cheap return anytime, best of luck



Indeed, anything resembling cheap is likely to be times few people want to travel.

They make out you can go to Paris each way for £29 which is true but it’s the evening trains so you would be losing a day, fine if you were going anyway but most are on an overnight or weekend break.

Did the sums for a weekend in Paris with the Eurostar a while back and was something like £800 for two nights and the train.

We did Barcelona for three nights, with flights and spending money for a similar amount.
Since I actually use my Amex card to purchase Eurostar tickets, this offer is obviously not on my account
Laurie_Ballard29/10/2019 06:24

Indeed, anything resembling cheap is likely to be times few people want to …Indeed, anything resembling cheap is likely to be times few people want to travel.They make out you can go to Paris each way for £29 which is true but it’s the evening trains so you would be losing a day, fine if you were going anyway but most are on an overnight or weekend break.Did the sums for a weekend in Paris with the Eurostar a while back and was something like £800 for two nights and the train. We did Barcelona for three nights, with flights and spending money for a similar amount.



Haha. The best thing that can happen is for them to cancel the train. It seems to happen regularly or just not stop at your station, probably the French driver just can't be bothered (^ ^) Thats Ashford International BTW then you get a free visit to London where you get an upgrade to business (with a free meal) and a quick view of St Pancras/Euston. Alright if you can spare the time, and don't lose the hotel booking etc.
bozo00729/10/2019 06:25

Since I actually use my Amex card to purchase Eurostar tickets, this offer …Since I actually use my Amex card to purchase Eurostar tickets, this offer is obviously not on my account


Since I never use my card on going out, of course I have this and a load of other travel and restaurant offers. I think they’ve got their use of incentives a little backwards. I can understand not bothering with places you frequently shop at anyway, but wouldn’t it make more sense to offer incentives for places you’ve shopped at in the past, but haven’t in a while?
blabbity29/10/2019 18:02

Since I never use my card on going out, of course I have this and a load …Since I never use my card on going out, of course I have this and a load of other travel and restaurant offers. I think they’ve got their use of incentives a little backwards. I can understand not bothering with places you frequently shop at anyway, but wouldn’t it make more sense to offer incentives for places you’ve shopped at in the past, but haven’t in a while?


I have a plethora of fancy restaurants and designer clothing offers. Utterly useless.
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