Travelling via Eurostar isn’t cheap. In fact, it can often be more cost-effective to fly, which doesn’t provide the best incentive to do your bit for the planet.
However, if you act fast (and we mean, like, right now) you might be able to get £29 tickets on the cross-Channel service. The train operator is selling 40,000 tickets at less than £30 each way ahead of the festive period. This includes all Eurostar routes from London St. Pancras to Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Considering that Eurostar tickets often soar above £80 (and way beyond) during peak travel times, this is a huge saving for people travelling to see family and friends during the festive period. There are still loads of the cut-price tickets left for November and December, and they’re available all the way until February 2023.
You can check out all the deals available on Eurostar here.
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