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Eurostar logoEurostar 59 returns Paris, Brussels, Lille & CalaisNorm from 69. Go quick, limited availability

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From Thursday book online at Eurostar and you could get your hands on £59 return train tickets to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais from London St Pancras. There are 50,000 discounted single seats up for grabs at £29.50 each until Mon 24 Nov with tickets valid for travel between Mon 5 Jan and Thu 12 Feb.

You'll need to buy outbound and inbound singles

Tickets are sold as £29.50 singles, but you must book an outbound AND inbound ticket to get the sale price. Search online at Eurostar for your desired dates and if you're lucky, you'll find £29.50 singles for both legs of your journey. Kids tickets aren’t included in the offer but the standard price is £49 return.

Although Eurostar says the discounted seats are spread evenly, when it has run this sale in the past we found there's more chance of finding a £59 fare for journeys Mon-Thu, but there are some weekend tickets too.

Return tickets usually range from £69 (if booked well in advance and mostly off-peak) to £309, so this is a cracker and worth climbing aboard if you can find them. These tickets are bound to get snapped up quickly as Eurostar doesn't run these deals very often, so if you were planning to get away at the start of next year, now would be a good time to book. 

£69 return to Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp

Eurostar is also offering discounted return fares to Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp in Belgium for £69 if you can find them. Tickets are sold as singles and you’ll need to book outbound and inbound to get the sale price. These tickets normally cost from £79 return, so you could be on the right track for another good bargain.

2 for 1 entry to museums and galleries with tickets

Your Eurostar tickets also get you 2for1 entry to a range of top museums and galleries including Musée d’Orsay in Paris, Bozar in Brussels, and Le Palais des Beaux-Arts, all by simply showing your Eurostar tickets at entry.

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There's a £4 credit card fee per transaction but using a debit card's free. Max nine people per booking. This deal can't be used with any other offers.

You can collect tickets from a Eurostar terminal or print them at home by clicking the 'print-at-home' tab during the booking process. You must check in at least 30 minutes before your departure.

Children aged under four years old travel for free, but they’ll have to sit on your lap.

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