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  • Eurostar £50 returns to Paris, Brussels or Lille

    Eurostar £50 returns to Paris, Brussels or Lille

    For 25 Feb to 28 Mar trips via its 'Snap' flexible travel times site

    If you're looking to do a trip to Paris, Brussels or Lille in the next few weeks, you could bag Eurostar tickets from London St Pancras International for £50 return. The only catch is you’ll not be able to choose the exact time you’ll travel – the departure time will be sent to you 48 hours before your trip.

    Alternatively, one-way tickets from London to Amsterdam or Rotterdam are available from £30 – the cheapest we've ever seen – but you can't book a return.

    Both offers are for trips between Mon 25 Feb and Thu 28 Mar (depending on availability) and you have until 11.59pm on Thu 14 Feb to book. You can't get these prices through the usual Eurostar booking site – you'll need to book your tickets through its 'Snap' site or app which is aimed at travellers who can be flexible with their time of departure.

    For our guides to enjoying Paris or Amsterdam on a budget, see 29 Paris MoneySaving tips or 28 cheap Amsterdam tips.

    The earliest outbound departure to Paris is 5.40am, with the latest possible departure being 8.31pm. To Amsterdam/Rotterdam, the earliest departure is 8.16am, and the latest is 5.16pm.

    The earliest return departure from Paris is 6.43am, and the latest possible return departure is 9.13pm (local time). It's important to note that you won't know exactly how much time you'll get to spend at your destination until 48 hours before your trip.

    Return prices are normally £58 to £356 through Eurostar's regular booking site, though £58 return fares are very limited, and Eurostar says you'll always get the cheapest last-minute fares via 'Snap', so this is a chance to make a decent saving on a cross-Channel trip.

    Go quick to give yourself the best chance of bagging a cheap fare, as these discounted tickets are bound to get snapped up quickly. Eurostar says there's limited availability during weekends.

    How to book the cheapest Eurostar fares

    1. Go to the Eurostar Snap site and select to log in through Facebook, Twitter, Google, or a Eurostar account (if you don’t have any of these accounts, you could sign up for one for free).
    2. Choose your destination and travel date. For Amsterdam you can't choose morning or afternoon, but for the other destinations you can. The price of your journey will be shown and you pay for it there and then, but you won't know the exact time of your train.
    3. 48 hours before travel you'll get an email from Eurostar giving you your allocated train – just print your tickets at home or collect them from a Eurostar terminal.

    Eurostar says there are 30,000 of the cheapest tickets available which are randomly spread across all included dates that have trains with seats available, so it could be a bit of pot luck to get the cheapest fares at the time you want.

    What are the exclusions?

    • You can't get a day return.
    • For some dates and dayparts, the cheapest fares have gone or aren't available – you'll be able to see which during the booking process.
    • You can only travel to and from London St Pancras International, not Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International.
    • You can book up to four people aged 16 and over, and Eurostar says it will try to seat you together but as this offer works based on remaining availability, you may be allocated seats further apart.
    • You won't be able to change your seat allocation and tickets can't be exchanged or refunded.

    2for1 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 in Lille, all by simply showing your Eurostar tickets at entry.

  • Eurostar £58 rtn Paris, Lille, Calais or Brussels

    Eurostar £58 rtn Paris, Lille, Calais or Brussels

    Also £70 rtn for new London to Amsterdam route. Travel 22 Mar-3 Sep, some exclusions

    Book online at Eurostar until 11.59pm on Sun 18 Mar and you could get your hands on £58 return train tickets to Paris, Lille, Calais or Brussels from London St Pancras International, Ebbsfleet International or Ashford International. It's also offering £70 return train tickets from London St Pancras to Amsterdam.

    You can travel from Thu 22 Mar until Thu 23 Aug on the Paris, Lille, Calais and Brussels routes, and from Wed 4 Apr until Mon 3 Sep on the Amsterdam route. Some dates are excluded depending on the route – see 'More info' for the full list.

    Return prices normally range from £58 to £319, but £58 return seats are usually very limited and need to be booked well in advance and mostly off-peak.

    You'll need to buy outbound and inbound singles

    Tickets are sold as £29 or £35 singles, but you must book an outbound AND inbound ticket to take advantage of this offer, so you won't get a cheap fare if you're only travelling one way.

    Search for your desired dates and if you're lucky, you'll find £29 or £35 singles for both legs of your journey. But of course you can grab a £29 or £35 single and a more expensive priced seat for the other leg, if that’s all you can find. It's worth noting for the Amsterdam route, that while the outbound train is direct, the inbound train requires changing at Brussels and going through passport control and security there.

    What services are cheap tickets available on?

    Eurostar says the £29/£35 one-way seats are randomly spread across all included dates on peak and off-peak trains, so it could be a bit of trial and error to find the cheap seats. There were 55,800 £29 one-way seats on the Paris, Lille, Calais and Brussels routes, and 5,000 £35 one-way seats on the Amsterdam route when the deal started on Thu 8 Mar.

    You can see which trains have £29/£35 fares once you've chosen your dates. It could be a bit of pot luck with the dates and times you want, so you'll have more chance of bagging a cheap fare if you're flexible on when you travel.

    While this isn't the cheapest we've seen Eurostar fares – in January 2017 it offered £52 returns to Paris – if you're planning to get away for a spring or summer break, now's a good time to climb on board, but full steam ahead as these are bound to go quickly.

    2for1 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 in Lille, all by simply showing your Eurostar tickets at entry.

    If you're planning a trip to Paris, see MSE's 30 Paris MoneySaving Tips, or for the Netherlands' capital, see our 29 Amsterdam MoneySaving Tips.

    • Excluded dates

      • From UK to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Calais: 28 Mar-3 Apr, 28-29 Apr, 1 May, 4-13 May, 21 May, 25-27 May, 20-22 Jul.
      • From Brussels, Lille or Calais to the UK: 28 Mar-3 Ap, 13-15 Apr, 27-28 Apr, 4-13 May, 18-19 May, 28 May, 2-3 Jun, 29 June-1 Jul, 6-8 Jul.
      • From UK to Amsterdam: 26-29 Apr, 4-6 May, 10 May, 21 May, 25-27 May, 20-22 May, 28 Jul, 24-25 Aug.

      Max nine people per booking. This deal can't be used with any other offers and you can't book these fares through the Eurostar app.

      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.