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How to get cheap Eurostar deals from London to Paris
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How to get cheap Eurostar deals from London to Paris

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Tom
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You can get Eurostar tickets from £25 London to Paris with these cheap Eurostar deals.

I've been looking at the cheapest way to get from London to Paris on the Eurostar, and have found single tickets for £25 (if you find cheaper, please let me know in the comments below).

It uses Eurostar Snap.

You login with your Facebook, and Eurostar shows you a range of dates it has cheap tickets for in the coming month.

You cannot book further in advance.

You select what day you want to travel from London to Paris, and what day you would like to return.

Eurostar Snap gives you two choices: AM or PM.

https://i.imgur.com/7laNpff.png

On many of these days, there is the option of a £25 ticket - much cheaper than normal and the best Eurostar deal I've managed to find.

HOWEVER, there is a catch:

You do not know the exact time of the train until 48 hours before departure.

Eurostar waits to see levels of demand, and puts you on a train with the least amount of demand. i.e. the cheapest seat. This is how it gives you a cheap ticket.

If you're flexible on times, from 5:30AM to 12PM for a morning ticket, and 12:01PM - Midnight for a PM ticket, on your given day, this might work very well for you.

Take a look at Eurostar Snap, and if that doesn't work for you, try looking for cheap flights on Skyscanner.

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consumerrelated
consumerrelatedover a year ago

Thank you!

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