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Eurostar Launches Huge Sale With Tickets From £29

Eurostar Launches Huge Sale With Tickets From £29

You can book now for dates up to the end of June.

Lucy Devine

Lucy Devine

Travelling across Europe may not be your top priority RN, what with the coronavirus outbreak, *but* it could be the ideal time to bag a bargain deal for later in the year.

Eurostar has launched a huge sale, with tickets to destinations including Paris, Brussels, Lille and Calais from £29 and Amsterdam from £35.

Tickets will be on sale from today - Tuesday 3rd March - until next Wednesday 11th March and will be valid for dates between 23rd March - 17th June.

And there are heaps of low-cost seats available, with 26 out of 30 dates in June offering single outbound and inbound tickets from London to Paris for £29.

Which means you could get a return trip to Paris in the peak of summer for £58! Bargain.

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It's a similar story for Brussels, Lille and Calais while travellers who want to opt for a more spontaneous getaway can purchase an 'Any Belgian Station' ticket from just £39, where you'll be provided with onward travel to Bruges, Antwerp or Ghent included in the fare.

You'll just need to make a quick change at Brussels station.

Meanwhile, those who fancy a trip to Amsterdam are also in luck.

Eurostar's direct return tickets to Amsterdam are now on sale and they're priced at just £35 each way.

While a direct outbound route from London St Pancras to Amsterdam already exists, up until now, passengers have been required to change at Brussels upon their return for custom checks, before boarding a Eurostar back to London.

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Custom checks will now take place at Rotterdam, meaning passengers can stay on the train all the way to London, without the disruption of having to change.

Aside from lugging your cases on and off different trains, it also means the journey time is drastically reduced. Currently, the return trip can take up to six hours and 33 minutes, but it's now expected to take as little as four hours and nine minutes.

Get booking, guys!

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