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Eurostar doing £58 return journeys to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais
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Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Tickets at this fare are only available for travel (according to your local departure time) between midday and midnight on a Monday; anytime on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday; an… Read more
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barnehurst

Still £140 for 2 people to go return to Bruges by Eurostar or £67 on ferry plus petrol from London. No brainer, I'd like to go by train and not push out toxic CO2, but prices still dont stack up

darren9030

Absolutely true. I gave up a couple of years ago though so wouldn't be worth it on my part.

eset12345

still cheaper than in the uk, £9 compared to £21, if you smoke a pouch a week it doesn't take much to make a massive saving. but relatively speaking its the same kind of savings around 50% or so, when baccy was £2.50 there it was £5 or £6 here

teame.trevski

oh dear so sorry. I did sept and fares popped up straight away.

bazbobco

Why don’t they just tell you the dates for these deals - it would make it a whole lot easier to find? cannot see the £58 offers

Eurostar to Paris from just £36 each way @ Eurostar
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Good price, ideal if looking to head over to Disneyland anytime soon, dates do vary but worth hunting around You can also save on park tickets here
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kibethewalrus

they do all have their risks, but this thread was about Paris so was just agreeing with some of the other commenters about having a bad experience. It was my first time abroad (but not my first time in a major city), I lived in Manchester for 3 years and now live a short train ride from London, only had one (failed) pick pocketing experience in all that time. I have been other places abroad without being robbed.

DingIs

You're judging an large city by your one bad experience... They all have their risks... Well done for necroing...

kibethewalrus

How is that relevant to my comment about *actually* getting pickpocketed?

mat_in_london

nothing at that price. 89 the cheaper one way, such misleading advert.

OwlEye

Hi could you give an example , I've been searching myself and can't find any. Thanks

EuroStar PARIS • BRUSSELS • AMSTERDAM • SOUTH OF FRANCE FROM £29* oneway
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Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Paris or Brussels from £29 each way* – travel between 22 March and 23 August Any Belgian station from £29 each way* – travel between 22 March and 23 August Lyon from £45 one way*… Read more
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adriandocherty

Totally agree.

harmageddon

So i noticed some people saying they can't get the £29 fares, while i could still see them. So this is whats happening, what you have to do is when doing a search, is to select Return travel, if you just search for one way they are not offering the £29 fare, as an example On 15th April Lon -> Paris when you select return there are 5 trains at £29 to Paris, but if you select One way then lowest fare offered is £84. I hope this helps .

yabbas

Blah - "FROM". They really ought to ban the word. Needed 29/3 and/or 15/4 - both are extortionate.

harmageddon

That’s what I was wondering, there’s plenty of seats at great prices, sometimes a little flexibility is all it takes, I guess some are expecting peak time time trains ! Glad you got got a trip sorted (y) 🏻

CherylCooley

£29 each way, summer holidays. Bagged.

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Tickets for the new Eurostar service between London and Amsterdam now live (From £45pp E/W)
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Now live, starting from just £45pp E/W - dates and prices do vary as no doubt will be huge demand States £35pp on blurb but i couldn't find cheaper, although was a quick look, you… Read more
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vladdy

I used to live in Exeter, so I know :). No, we are strong and stable and we got our country back. Who cares about our infrastructure when you can have your cake and eat it.

vaiopup

Be glad you don't live in S Devon/Cornwall. Just returned from Naples. Train tickets and connections to airport cost more than the actual holiday. Shortest leg of our trip was the flight! Infrastructure in the UK is a global embarrassment.

mstuey

You know that train you linked goes the 'long way round' via Bristol? And is the last service of the day so stops at loads of places... Talk about selectively choosing a train to make your point! Try the trains via Castle Cary which is the shortest route and you'll see the fast trains are 2hrs-2hrs 20 or so.

mf9

A flight from Heathrow usually takes 45 minutes and using Avios you can fly for £34.95 return. Eurostar will never be able to match that. Eurostar 3hrs 41min and that’s on a good day I bet.. no thanks

LVira

No, change in Brussels and you cannot choose the seat for the first part of the journey as it is Thalys train. Thalys will not change the seat either as it is sold by Eurostar. When heading back to London by Eurostar, you must check in at least 30 minutes before the Eurostar leaves.

Eurostar one day flash sale live - Tickets to Paris from £19pp through Eurostar Snap
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Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Update - Live now and I think it’s £19 for return trip. Would appreciate if someone can confirm According to Daily Mirror Eurostar are doing flash sale for one day only. Euros… Read more
lookatmywadd

I had a terrible experience with this last year. I turned up on time for the train at St Pancras and they claimed they were overbooked. They tried to force me to buy a more expensive tickets (£200). Eventually, after realising I wasn't going to crack, they put me on the next train, which was 80% empty.

termite

There are tickets for £11 and £12 if you reserve them, doesn't seem too bad.

joedredd

Sadly it's the ridiculous train costs from Telford. Cheaper to get to Paris than it is to London.

termite

For most people, getting to London from the midlands is no more hassle than getting to an airport.

babyseal

Yeah I've seen that. That's quite crazy the slots are massive, but might just go for that anyway (party)

Paris by Eurostar - Valentines Day Trip for 72pp Return - 12 Hours in Paris!
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Found 19th Sep 2017Found 19th Sep 2017
(ninja) Best to get this one booked up early! Whisk the other half away to Paris for Valentines (Feb 14th) for up to 12 hours for only £72pp. Visit the Eiffel Tower, see the Arc de… Read more
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ut745

Lol story of my life. Struggling to find decent holiday being married to a teacher!

cfbc

No good, she's a teacher and velentine day is on a Wednesday! Shame!! :) heathed thpugh

Ross_87

I'm sure Barack has plenty of time on his hands now, so he has no excuse.

StonyK2

Am I right thinking this is £144 for a day trip? Doesn't feel like a bargain even if it is one :-(

JulieDealHunter

Oh if only hubby would do this for me!! As if!! HA

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£58pp - Paris by Eurostar Day Trips - Remaining Available Day Trip Dates
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Found 11th Sep 2017Found 11th Sep 2017
I have way too much time on my hands apparently, so I've gone through and found the dates where you can still take a £58 return day trip to Paris! This is available for solo travel… Read more
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From_the_Midlands

What a wasteman! If you own or have access to a room, please stay in there. The world is much better place without you. I'm not an African. Just because I defend a racist attack, doesn't mean I belong to that race. Your "all muslims are terrorist" comment is nothing but a glimpse of your sick mentality. Ex police officer, I guess I know why you're ex officer lol. Now go and take your girlfriend to your local pub and enjoy your £10 night out. Oh no I forgot you're better off in your room only. Night night.

From_the_Midlands

"Muslim immigrants especially the Africans".... Shame even our schools couldn't teach you how to talk in public. Can your girlfriend really prove that all of culprits were Muslims? Or all of them were Africans? Or all of them were even immigrants? If she can't then keep your sick mentality to yourself or probably share it with your girlfriend. There's a reason she's your girlfriend and you made it quite obvious. In terms of Paris at night, I found it easier to visit Eiffel tower at night. You can park right next to it. The only problem we faced was, we were approached (not aggressively by any mean) by a lot of street vendors offering champagne and roses.

omendata

Paris is a war zone especially at night my girlfriend found it extremely scary especially if you like to venture outside the centre of town - muslim immigrants especially the Africans are all pickpockets , muggers and the amount of violence against the police was seriously disturbing as are all the people sleeping everywhere in the streets - if you do go i woudl seriously advise you to take a weapon or tazer with you its really that bad! The authorities and police havent a clue what to do about it. So much for no nogo zones we found out there are literally hundreds now in France where even the police are afraid to go - they call them Banlieu so avoid at all costs. If you are Jewish it would be best to avoid at all costs or at least disguise your Yashmak as we saw loads of violence at night! Worst city break i have ever had so different from when i went in 1990's - I for one will never go back! Dont listen to the libtards IT IS Dangerous especially the train statin and bus depots!

Mark_Corrigan1

@iz123456789 Sorry I think the promotion has ended as the banner they had for it on the homepage seems to have gone as well.

iz123456789

I've checked every single ticket mentioned in this post and I can verified that is all gone. SAD FACE! ;( anyone else manage to find/get £58pp day ticket? help me out please. need it desperately!

Paris and Brussels  FROM £29 EACH WAY* @ Eurostar
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Found 29th Aug 2017Found 29th Aug 2017
Eurostar return to Paris and Bussels at £58 rtn Travel between 28 September and 9 December
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usetheforceluke

if you read the ONE review it states "THEY WERE LATE". they dont overbook. they arrived with 27 minutes to go and you have to check in with over 30 minutes.

evilhomeruk

That Trip Advisor post isn't a good example of Eurostar being bad or evil or disingenuous regardless of whether you have an allocated seat or not.. Try getting on a plane when you arrive at a gate when boarding has closed.

cragglle

I see, I stand corrected. Apologies. Seems so dumb of eurostar to risk this kind of bad reputation though.

intime

Where are these illusive tickets, I searched to the end of September and the cheapest I can find is £45 :/

lookatmywadd

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g187147-i14-k9640620-o10-WARNING_EUROSTAR_leaving_people_stranded_and_paying_twice-Paris_Ile_de_France.html

From London (Eurostar): Long Weekend (Friday - Sunday) in Paris 18-20 August just £110pp @ booking.com total for 2
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LocalLocalFound 4th Jun 2017Found 4th Jun 2017
This is a lovely little weekend break to Paris in August 18-20th, so Friday to Sunday. It's using the Eurostar so great for those in London or easily and cheaply available to conne… Read more
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alibongo42

Thank you! That hotel is now more expensive, but I just got the ibis Paris Bastille Opera 11th for £110, direct with Ibis.

3722

Thank you. Booked a room at cheap hotel in central Paris.

rachelandgromit

​No problem, enjoy! I love the Eurostar, so much easier than the Paris airports.

lumsdot

Paris air quality is very poor, all those diesel french cars

lazyboy

Thank you for posting this, very tempted!

Eurostar from London to Paris, Lille or Brussels from £19.00 each way - £38 retun @ Eurostar Snap in JUNE
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Found 24th May 2017Found 24th May 2017
Eurostar is selling tickets from London St Pancras to Paris and Brussels for £19 each way. The deal is available only through its “Snap” sales channel , and will end at midnight t… Read more
PeskyFly

Why do you have to be over 16 to travel?

PjMask

Supposed they don't have children tickets huh

DonkeyKonk

Can't see anything less than £36 one way Ahhh, needs to go through Facebook, ta

rapid111111

booked, they're filling up fast was about to book last week, got cheaper this week..nice surprise heat

Binary_Sudoku

Thanks OP! May book this!

London to Paris/Brussels - £29 on Eurostar each way
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Found 12th May 2017Found 12th May 2017
This is a lucrative deal in which it will allow you to travel to Paris or Brussels between 01/07 and 31/08 for just £29. Travel between 6 June and 31 August i.e between 01/06 and … Read more
scunny

Our promotion is now over ?

Hammondhammond

How is it lucrative?

Rastafari

Normally my romance with nice fellas starts and ends up Hampstead Heath, but the missus is away for a week at her Mum's so why not. PM me.

urinthematrix

Excellent​ deal! Thanks OP Now need someone to go with... Anyone up for a trip to romantic Paris for couple of days with this nice fella? :)

BadCredit

​early morning means an overnight hotel stay in London. You have to get there well before departure time. If your train leaves at noon, you have to be there 45 to 60 minutes before departure. it means that the last day of your break is cut short. But hey, pub sounds good too!

London to Paris or Brussels from £29* one way @ Eurostar
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Found 7th Mar 2017Found 7th Mar 2017
*Conditions Apply Eurostar is slashing its fares as part of a 10-day flash sale that starts today. Passengers will be able to travel direct to Paris, Lille, Calais and Brussels… Read more
err0r404

Can't find any. Naughty Eurostar.

scunny

Can't find these cheap fares. Flying to Paris next month to visit my daughter who's working there. Was quite looking forward to going but after the negative comments on this thread I'm not so sure. As regards the comment saying you WILL get mugged, really? Try scunny on a Saturday night. As regards Barcelona when we went there were pick-pockets every where and I managed to get jumped by a group of yobs for no reason.

trunks23

It is much better to chose middle Europe destinations like Poland, Czech Republic or Slovakia. So safe up there, so quiet. France is lost....

samw1992

Having come back from a recent trip to Paris, I would not recommend it to anybody.

ssc1

​tsk. no it ain't. (_;)

Eurostar seat sale £29 to Paris one way (based on return journey - £58 ) @ Voyages-sncf
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Found 7th Mar 2017Found 7th Mar 2017
Eurostar have a seat sale for £29 single to Paris, Brussels or Lille. Get in quick before Brexit kicks in! also available on eurostar website https://www.eurostar.com/uk-en - r… Read more
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mrca

That is a very good deal for a semi-flexible ticket. That price is the lowest standard fare for a fixed non-changeable ticket and there are usually only a handful of those. At this promotional fare there will be no more than 20-30 seats a train. Get it while you can!

sarkymark1

Try the Eurostar link in main post

Lilytravel

The get it link is dead. How can I get the deal? Thanks

mrtea1967

Oneway !!! just like the tv adverts for flights only X £'s oneway.Annoys me,whilst they arent doing anything wrong MOST people wanting to travel and wanting a bargain WILL be coming back.Given a proper price maybe more people just might travel. something like Paris oneway £29 or return £49.

roehampton

Paris, hm...very dirty and expensive. Although it has some charm, I must admit.

PARIS New year getaway £149 down from £215 2nights return eurostar,breakfast and Seine river cruise @ Holiday pirates
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Found 28th Dec 2016Found 28th Dec 2016
Nice deal, includes breakfast,river cruise, return Eurostar and 2 nights in a boutique hotel central Paris. Great city to visit plenty to see and do. Valid from the 1st of Jan
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jony_101

is it possible to go from Ashford instead of St Pancreas? excellent deal, but parking at St Pancreas would add £150 for me

thomasleep

Thank you hukd overlords ;)

niceroundpound

Link fixed :3

thomasleep

https://www.holidaypirates.com/holidaypackages/mais-oui-paris-getaway-just-gbp-149pp-incl-eurostar-2nts-boutique-hotel-seine-cruise_21598 this is the link

thomasleep

yes it does, the link may not work but the page exists ;)

Eurostar to Paris or Brussels from £26 single or £52 Return
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Found 21st Dec 2016Found 21st Dec 2016
Just book by 9 January 2017 and travel between 9 January and 27 March 2017.  Plus, when you book your train tickets, you unlock up to 15% off hotels with Expedia.
traveler

Eurostar snap is brilliant. I got £19 each way tickets a few weeks ago for me and my daughter to Paris. Due to delays beyond their control, we even got our trip back to London refunded! The only thing that's a negative for me as I can't book for my 8 year old on there as you have to be over 16.

scunny

HOT & handy being as though my daughter living and working in Paris for a year. Thanks OP.

lxx

​There is an live chat option on the booking page, but I have not tried.

penguinman93

Just booked a trip today which came to £125, clicked through to that offers web page and there were much better times than the 7am departure I booked and 8pm return for less than what I paid, even though terms and conditions state book before 9th of January? Does anyone know any way I can get in contact with Eurostar about this, seems a bit sneaky to me.

sam5035

Does anyone know if there 15% off Expedia uniqle or shareable

Eurostar from London to Paris, Lille or Brussels from £19 each way - £38 retun @ Eurostar Snap
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Found 22nd Nov 2016Found 22nd Nov 2016
You'll need a Facebook acccount to access this offer, but it looks like you can travel from £19 each way- £38 return from London to Lille, Paris or Brussels! There were seats avail… Read more
jdRiggs

Perhaps most of the friends you made through all the years stayed local. Or you lost touch or hardly ever meet the ones who didn't. Travel is cheaper the last 10 years. It's great for keeping in touch with real friends not living local in my experience.

scunny

Wish I was that young !!! nearer 60 than 50. As you say though each to their own. I just hate it when deals are dependant on you having a facebook account so you can like them.

dark_shadow

Dang, don't have facebook - Any way to access the offer page without fb?

darren9030

Well , i'm 49 so probably older than you & love my Facebook account. You can do much more with it than just post updates. I do voluntary work through the Animal Rehoming Network because of Facebook. Each to their own.

scunny

Why would I want a facebook account? Does it make you a "fun person" having 1? How many imaginary friends you got on there? Manage to meet and have a good laugh with my friends in person in a pub or somewhere out, don't think they would be interested in my status updates. My children have accounts and use it quite a bit but they are CHILDREN not middle aged as I am.8)

Amex - Various new offers including World Duty Free, Oliver Bonas and EuroStar
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Found 14th Nov 2016Found 14th Nov 2016
Appearing in my Offers in my online account this morning, see reply #1 for details. If you have an Amex card issued by Lloyds, TSB, MBNA or Barcylays, check https://network.americ… Read more
deleted1545998

British Airways one. The platinum cashback one drops to like 1% after a few months. BA one you get Avois for every £ you spend. I find it's more rewarding that a few pennies cashback.

yant

​Depends if you have an Amex credit card or Amex charge card. The charge cards must be paid in full every month. For the credit cards, this is not compulsory. But really unless you are using a zero percent credit card, you really really should be paying it in full as the interest rate is likely to be in the 20+ percent. If in need of money a personal loan is a much better idea.

loslobos05

Amex cards have to be paid back in full each month?

morgie

There are 3 big card providers in the UK: Mastercard, Visa, and Amex. Not all merchants accept all cards, they all come with their own fees and conditions to merchants as well as to the punters like us to who use them. In general Amex isn't accepted AS widely (but way better than it used to be) and the general feeling, whether totally accurate or not, is their fees to merchants are generally higher (you may notice a link to my last statement :p). As far as offers go for consumers, Amex seems to be miles ahead. Customer Service is also great - but hard to compare like for like to another card type like Visa or Mastercard as these are issued via banks and building societies rather than directly. As with all cards there will be different T&C, fees, benefits etc tied to them which the provider should make clear. Amex have a decent range from fee free cashback cards up to some rather exclusive cards you need to get invited to be issued with.....and I don't mean my Amex Nectar card X)

stelo

Sorry I'm a noob, whats the difference between American express card and other visa cards? is there a benefit to have one? Thanks in advance

Day return to Paris, Brussels or Lille - £39 @ Eurostar
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Found 24th Oct 2016Found 24th Oct 2016
£39 day return on the Eurostar to Paris, Brussels or Lille. Book before 31 October. Travel in Standard class between 3 November and 31 December 2016 on selected trains. Terms and… Read more
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ibl0010

Thanks OP. You have saved me money. My original booking of 4 days in Paris for 2 came to £147. I was just in the middle of booking that and pay £147 before something told me to check on here. I have now changed my Paris trip to just a day visito and stay longer in Amsterdam instead. Thanks again.

Rufus.Rules

Found loads for November at £19.50 each return, just click through the link. Lille xmas market starts on 25th November, so could go for that. I am so tempted to book, but going to Budapest at beginning of December, so not sure!!! Great find op.

Quikkie

Thanks for the advice. I'm going on 16th so will bear your suggestions in mind!

groenleader

These are good prices, a point of course, unless you have Euros is that's much more expensive then it was a 5 months ago! On top of that, Paris has really degenerated a lot of over the last few years. I was just at a low C02 meeting and they have some interesting plans for transport and a new far reaching train line to try and reinvigorate the place. Good place to visit is the catacombs, I thought they were quite unique! If you can go before winter sets in, walking the Monmarte area is not only free but really pretty (if you don't mind steps). Sainte-Chapelle is much better then Notre Dame if you want to see an amazing church.

nickc74

Note - the above don't have to be booked for the same day return journey unlike the OP but this deal expires end of Thursday 27 October

Disneyland Paris plus Eurostar tickets for a family of 3 for £554
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Found 13th Oct 2016Found 13th Oct 2016
Travel dates - 13th Dec and 15th Dec (for £342.00 for Disney's Hotel Santa Fe) ***you could add another member for no additional price*** Eurostar tickets - London to Disneyland … Read more
philarmonic

Just got back from using this deal, had a great time (y)

mocmocamoc

It depends when you go what offer you get, I tried booking next August and got offered 2 days free and U7's free, so £666 for a family of four in summer hols which seemed good.

Daywalker04

Not voting either way, but only 5 months ago you were able to get 2 extra days and an extra night with more flexibility on dates for pretty much the same price #ThanksBrexit Disneyland

sew1091

Completely agree about the height though I would say that there are as many rides that she can go on now and will not want to when older so I guess the answer is a trip every year :) We only did Disney last year next year doing Universal et al and it really ups the cost but then we are there for 3 weeks :)

NoveltyCondomHed

I'd also like to add that my 2 year old son ate free at the buffets. He also loved everything at Disney and I have never seen so much joy on his face when he met Winnie the Pooh. The grin on his face lasted for a week.

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