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  • Eurostar £70 return to Paris, Lille and Brussels

    Eurostar £70 return to Paris, Lille and Brussels

    Plus trick to get an extra 8% off via TrainPal, making it £64.40 return

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    Eurostar has a flash sale with fares at £35, meaning you can get £70 return tickets to Paris, Lille or Brussels from London St Pancras International – the cheapest price we've seen since February 2022. The sale ends at 10.59pm on Thursday 7 March, but it's best to do it ASAP as the cheapest fares often sell out fast.

    The cheap fares are for travel from Wednesday 13 March to Thursday 23 May 2024, depending on availability.

    Plus, we've a code below to get an extra 8% off, so you could bag a return journey from £64.40. 

    Option 1: Book via third-party booking site TrainPal to get a 5% to 8% discount

    Sign up or log in to TrainPal*, and enter the code MSE555 at the checkout.

    If you're new to TrainPal you'll get 5% off with this code, combined with an existing 3% off automatic code on Trainpal to get 8% off in total – making the cheapest return journey £64.40.

    If you've already got an account with it, you'll get 2% off via the same code. Then, combined with the existing 3% off automatic code on Trainpal you'll get 5% off in total – making the cheapest return £66.50.

    To find the £35 Eurostar fares, you'll need to enter your destination (Paris, Lille or Brussels) and search for a return journey – you won't see the extra cheap fares if you search for one-way only. 

    TrainPal told us you can use the discount code once per account and it's valid for 90 days once redeemed. The code is live until Tuesday 31 December however so, even if you decide not to use this code for Eurostar tickets, you can still use it on a different journey booked via TrainPal. There are no fees when booking via TrainPal and you'll receive digital tickets (same as booking direct).

    When registering with TrainPal, you might receive an email from sister brand, Trip.com too. Don't worry, this won't sign you up to Trip.com, the domain of its' emails are both from Trip.com. 

    Option 2: Book tickets directly with Eurostar, without the discount. 

    Head to the Eurostar website. You'll need to book a return journey to get the cheapest £35 tickets, they're not available on single journeys.

    How good is the deal and which services are cheap tickets available on?

    Eurostar wouldn't tell us how many fares are at £35, but when we checked on Tuesday 5 March there were a good amount of £35 seats across both weekdays and weekends too, so it's possible to secure cheap seats for a long weekend. Return ticket prices usually range from £39 to £339, and the cheapest of these tend to be very limited, mostly off-peak and need to be booked well in advance, so we reckon this is a good deal given we could find plenty of £35 fares.

    The £35 seats are randomly spread across all included dates on both peak and off-peak trains, so it could be trial and error finding the cheap seats. Keep in mind you'll have a better chance of snagging a cheap fare if you're flexible on your travel times and dates.

    See our Cheap train tickets guide for more ways to save.

    • Maximum nine people per booking. Tickets can't be refunded.

      If booking via TrainPal, you'll be given 'e-tickets' which you can access on your phone. Similarly, if buying directly from Eurostar, you can download your tickets via the Eurostar app or at Eurostar.com. Alternatively, if booking via Eurostar you can choose to collect tickets from the Eurostar terminal or print them at home by clicking the ‘Manage your booking’ tab. You must check in at least 45-60 minutes before your departure.

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

  • Eurostar £78 return to Paris, Lille and Brussels

    Eurostar £78 return to Paris, Lille and Brussels

    Plus trick to get an extra 5% off via TrainPal, making it £74 return

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    Eurostar has released an extra 59,000 fares at £39, meaning you can get £78 return tickets to Paris, Lille, or Brussels from London St Pancras International – and we've a trick below to get an extra 5% off, so you could bag a return journey from £74. The cheap fares are for travel from Wednesday 24 January to Wednesday 27 March, depending on availability.

    To get the extra 5% discount, book via third-party booking site TrainPal* instead of direct via Eurostar

    Sign up or log in to TrainPal*, and enter the code MSE5 at the checkout. If you're new to TrainPal you'll get 5% off, or if you've already got an account with it, you'll get 2% off via the same code, making the cheapest return journey £76. There are no fees when booking via TrainPal and you'll receive digital tickets (same as booking direct).

    To find the £39 Eurostar fares at the TrainPal* website, you'll need to enter your destination (Paris, Lille or Brussels) and search for a return journey – you won't see the extra cheap fares if you search for one-way only. 

    TrainPal told us you can use the discount code once per account and it's valid until Thursday 29 February. So, even if you decide not to use this code for Eurostar tickets, you can still use it on a different journey booked via TrainPal.

    If you don't want to book via TrainPal, you can get tickets at the Eurostar website, without the discount. You'll need to book a return journey – you won't get the cheapest £39 ticket on a single journey.

    The Eurostar extra £39 fares sale ends at 11.59pm on Monday 22 January, but it's best to go quick if this is something you're after as the cheapest fares often sell out fast.

    How good is the deal and which services are cheap tickets available on?

    Eurostar says there are 59,000 fares at £39 and when we checked on Tuesday 16 January, there were a good amount of £39 seats across both weekdays and weekends too, so it's possible to secure cheap seats for a long weekend. Return ticket prices usually range from £39 to £339, and the cheapest of these tend to be very limited, mostly off-peak and need to be booked well in advance, so we reckon this is a good deal given we could find plenty of £39 fares.

    £39 one-way seats are randomly spread across all included dates on both peak and off-peak trains, so it could be trial and error finding the cheap seats. Keep in mind you'll have a better chance of snagging a cheap fare if you're flexible on your travel times and dates.

    See our Cheap train tickets guide for more ways to save.

    • Maximum nine people per booking. Tickets can't be refunded.

      If booking via TrainPal, you'll be given 'e-tickets' which you can access on your phone. Similarly, if buying directly from Eurostar, you can download your tickets via the Eurostar app or at Eurostar.com. Alternatively, if booking via Eurostar you can choose to collect tickets from the Eurostar terminal or print them at home by clicking the ‘Manage your booking’ tab. You must check in at least 45-60 minutes before your departure.

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