Aug 8, 20124736 Posts
bedrock barney wrote:AllyG wrote:
Are you looking at 16th to 23rd February? I had a look on the Eurostar website just now and they still have 4 tickets for a total of £1356-00 for standard non-flexible day train.
Thanks Ally but I've just gone on the site now and the standard return leg is showing as sold out. i think we're going to give up.....
I wouldn't give up yet. I just tried going on the Eurostar website and I could buy 3 tickets for the return train you want, and I think it's very likely that those are seats together and there's also a vacant single seat somewhere on that train.
If it was me I'd give them a ring as soon as possible and try booking seats in pairs, or a triple and a single (I have had a lot of experience with this!). It seems to be the return that's the problem - the night train is still available for a four, but not the day train. If you go on the night train you get an extra day of ski-ing but it's extremely uncomfortable sitting up all night in the cheap seats (which is why we pay extra now for the more comfortable seats at night).
Best of luck!
I think the indirect tickets are available at the usual Eurostar interval of something like 100 days ahead.
I have just double-checked and you can currently book the normal Eurostar (to Paris for example) up to and including the 6th December (however many days ahead that is).
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