Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 London's Fastest Urban Zip Line in Europe!
  2. 2 Getting to Naxos and Santorini
  3. 3 Train travel
  4. 4 Trip Report Trip report: Derby, Whitby & the Scottish Borders (indy_dad's UK return)
  5. 5 Scotland, Ireland, Teenagers and road tripping, 2018
  6. 6 Trip Report Postcards from Retirement - the Britan 2017 Edition
  7. 7 Cars, etc. in Florence, Bologna
  8. 8 Trip Report A litle of the UK, some of Belgium and a bit more France.
  9. 9 DVD burning software
  10. 10 Pienza vs. San Gimignano for 4 nights?
  11. 11 Central London indoor swimming locations
  12. 12 Fabric Shops in Paris
  13. 13 Day trips from Venice and Rome
  14. 14 Spain to Jerez for Horse Show
  15. 15 WWI Battlefields
  16. 16 CENAZ airport shuttle - Prague?
  17. 17 Munich to Hallstatt in a day
  18. 18 10 days/2 kids/Munich and surrounding areas
  19. 19 Accommodations Amsterdam under 175€
  20. 20 Best hotel other than Sirenuse in Positano for honeymoon?
  21. 21 Iceland 3 day layover
  22. 22 hotels in Reyjkavik
  23. 23 Trip Report Athens, Greece to Venice...maybe my favorite trip yet?
  24. 24 Trip Report This Pirate goes to Penzance, and then on to the land of Fire and Ice
  25. 25 Milos beach stay
View next 25 » Back to the top

Best Time to Buy Eurostar Tickets

Jump to last reply

Hi,
My husband and I are traveling from London to Paris on Sunday, July 20th. I've been looking at tickets this weekend and prices for that particular day are $109 USD for a one way ticket (I know that there are cheaper tickets on other days, but we have to travel on Sunday). In reading some blogs, and tips that people have, many say to wait until about three months before to purchase tickets. Is that good advice? Or should I buy them now? I'm worried that ticket prices may go up! Any thoughts would be great! Thanks!

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement