Allons-y! Eurostar Are Selling £29 Tickets To Paris, Brussels, And Amsterdam Right Now

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Oui! Eurostar have just kicked off a flash sale with ridiculously cheap train tickets to the continent.

Ahh, there’s nothing quite like Paris in the spring, is there? In a handy attempt to smash that Janxiety, Eurostar have released a load of tickets to the continent, all at wallet-friendly prices. You’ll need to be speedy to get your hands on a spring getaway, though, as the sale only lasts until January 21st!
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Celebrating the New Year, and simultaneously encouraging your wanderlust, Eurostar have released thousands of tickets to Paris and Brussels for the low, low price of just £29 each way, while journeys to Amsterdam will be priced at just £35.
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The tickets are available for journeys throughout the spring, starting from today (if you looking for an incredibly spontaneous trip) up until April 17 – although curiously, they’re currently showing £29 tickets well into May. They’re currently being snapped up as we speak, but it didn’t take us long to find those £29 gems – for instance, a long weekend getaway to Paris, leaving on Thursday, January 31 and returning on Monday, February 4, is currently available for £29 each way. Those same dates will get you a return ticket to Amsterdam at £35 each way, so they are out there!

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Alternatively, you could opt for a one-way ticket and start a new life in Paris – in which case, may oui suggest these helpful people? There are a couple of terms and conditions; for instance, a couple of weekends that exclude the £29 tickets, and a maximum group booking of 9 (so stag and hen parties may need to plan a little more carefully). These Eurostar tickets tend to disappear quicker than the train itself, so let spontaneity be your guide and book yourself in while the going’s good!

Head over to eurostar.com to nab yourself a cheeky little getaway!

Alex Landon

Alex Landon

Although Alex spent most of his life in Somerset and Durham, London is (almost) in his name, so he relocated to the capital and fell in love with it. Now going by the moniker 'Secret Landon', you'll find him eating all of London's street food, lost in a bookshop, or shouting at his beloved ice hockey team, the Minnesota Wild.