How to Find £35 Tickets in The Eurostar Flash Sale

It’s here! The latest Eurostar flash sale–meaning you can bag yourself tickets to Paris, Lille and Brussels for just £35 each; and in the school holidays too!

Eurostar Flash Sale

What is The Eurostar Flash Sale?

The Eurostar sale rolls around a couple of times a year. So, when it’s a flash sale like this, it’s good to jump on it before all the cheap seats get snapped up!

This time, they’re offering 17,500 seats for £35 each way to Paris, Lille and Brussels.

  • There are 7,500 seats in Standard class available from London to Paris.
  • There are 10,000 seats in Standard class available from Paris to London.
  • There are 5,000 seats in Standard class available from London to Brussels or Lille.
  • There are 6,500 seats in Standard class available from Brussels or Lille to London.
To get the £35 each way offer, you do need to be booking a return ticket.

What Dates Can I Book in The Eurostar Flash Sale?

The sale is only valid for weekday tickets. However, as it’s also for tickets up to September, it means that there are peak dates up for grabs too!

It’s first come first served, but I’ve spotted plenty of availability, with Brussels having the most options.

When Does The Sale End?

It’s a flash sale for a reason – the sale will end on Thursday 22nd June at 2300 GMT (UK time).

How to Find £35 Seats in The Eurostar Flash Sale

The good news is that it’s very easy to spot these cheap fares. Eurostar have created a very helpful price calendar that clearly shows when you can bag the cheapest price.

All you need to do is head to this page and scroll through the calendars to find the best prices in the Eurostar flash sale.

Remember: you must be booking a return journey to get the £35 fare!

Can You Use Your Railcard on a Eurostar Train?

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to use your railcard on the Eurostar as the journey takes you out of the UK. However, it is possible to travel on Eurostar using an Interrail card, though you will still have to pay to reserve a seat for £27.50 each way. So after factoring in the price of your pass, this Eurostar flash sale is a pretty good deal!

However, if you do need to get a train to London first, you should definitely take a look at what railcard works best for you.

If you're a frequent train traveller, you know how pricey those tickets can get. But fear not; we're going to show you how to use a UK Railcard to save some cash while travelling on trains throughout Britain.
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