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eurostar pricing

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scissorsorknife · 25/02/2022 19:56

Is there any way to get discount on the eurostar or are prices totally fixed? Student discount/rail card or any other means? Buying tickets with ongoing train travel? Thanks

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scissorsorknife · 25/02/2022 20:21

or on the French trains. Thank you

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MissAmbrosia · 26/02/2022 10:22

If you buy an interrail ticket I think you just pay £30 each way for the Eurostar.

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Janek · 26/02/2022 10:29

IME the Eurostar is disproportionately expensive. It is possible to get a return ticket for £79, but in practice it is unlikely you will manage to get this price unless you book really, really early (before connecting trains are released) or you're really flexible about when you travel. It can be cheaper to buy a through ticket and you should be able to buy from your English station to your French station, but I've never managed this, the most I've managed is London-French station.

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scissorsorknife · 26/02/2022 22:21

MissAmbrosia - do you know how you would show you have an interrail ticket on the eurostar to get a reduced price?

Thank you

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MissAmbrosia · 28/02/2022 22:02

www.eurostar.com/be-en/deals/interrail

Link above. I am normally quite good at finding good deals on European bookings so happy to try to help if you want to post or PM your dates and destinations

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scissorsorknife · 02/03/2022 23:55

Thank you - we managed to book at a price we were happy with as no more than pre pandemic.

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