Eurostar launches huge seat sale with tickets from just £39 – but you will have to be quick

EUROSTAR has launched their summer sale with tickets at a bargain price of £39.

But you will have to act fast, as the cheap tickets are only available for a week – starting today.

The promotion covers journeys taken between May 4 and August 24.

There are 68,000 cheap tickets for travel from London to Paris, Brussels, Lille or Rotterdam.

Eurostar have split the ticket availability by destination, with Paris getting the larger share with 17,500 seats each way from London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord.

There are 12,500 seats each way from London to both Brussels and Lille, and 4,000 each way from London to Rotterdam.

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Availability is limited for travel on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays.

The £39 ticket fare only covers seats in standard class on Eurostar trains.

Eurostar advise that all tickets are non-refundable, but can be exchanged for a different journey.

Tickets exchanged within seven days of the original booking will incur a £30 fee per person, per journey.

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However, any ticket exchanges made seven days or more before the journey will not incur the charge.

Last month, Eurostar restarted their direct train routes to Disneyland Paris from the UK.

The relaunched routes, which were paused during the pandemic, mean families can once again travel from London St Pancras to the theme park without having to change.

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The journey takes just two hours and 49 minutes, making it an easy option for Brits not wanting to fly.

Not only do travellers not have to abide by strict weight restrictions or liquid rules, but passengers get a generous baggage allowance too.

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